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ADA Study Seeking Research Participants Who Have Lived in Nursing Homes

May 16, 2018

The Pacific ADA Center is conducting a study with people with disabilities to identify and address participation disparities among people with disabilities. 

Currently, we are collaborating with other Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Centers across the nation to learn about participation disparities experienced by people with disabilities who moved out of nursing homes.
 
We are looking for 50 people with disabilities to help us with the study.  Participants will be asked to be part of one 90-minute interview to talk about their experience with living in the community after transitioning out of institutions.

Please help us by posting or distributing the attached flyer.  This flyer can be used on listserves, social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.), or any other venues that are appropriate.  Thank you for your assistance with this important study.

Download the Recruitment Flyer

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