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Volunteers with Autism or Developmental Disabilities Needed for Physical Activity Study

Information courtesy of The Ball State University Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder

The Ball State University Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder is researching using technology to teach physical activity skills to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Developmental Disabilities. If you would like to help with this research, you can volunteer for a study.

Eligible volunteers must be:

  • Ages fourteen to twenty-two
  • An educational or medical diagnosis of Developmental Disability or ASD
  • A low level of physical activity and/or would benefit from functional movement training

Volunteers must also have the ability to imitate, the ability to attend to a video-model, and be able to complete multiple physical activity sessions at various locations.

If you are interested in being a part of this study, or for questions or more information, please contact Dr. Laura Bassette at labassette@bsu.edu or 765-586-5008 (cell).

Learn more about the Ball State University Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder here.

Thanks for your help, advocates!

Doug Schmidt
Act Team Coordinator
The Fifth Freedom Network