Research Studies and Surveys

WOWii – Workout on Wheels Internet Intervention at Baylor Scott & White Research Institute

Participants must:

· Be between 18 and 70 years old

· Be at least 6 months post-injury at C5 level or below and use a wheelchair

· Have access to a computer with internet access

We want your input. If you’ve had a spinal cord injury, try our physical activity website and share your thoughts on our design!

Researchers are looking for 10 people with spinal cord injury (SCI) to take part in a five-week, online physical activity program.

Subjects will attend weekly meetings online and try exercises at-home. Researchers are looking for feedback on how easy the program is to use. Subjects will be compensated for their time.

For details, email Maria.Cole@BSWhealth.org or call 214.865.3612

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The Collaborative on Health Reform and Independent Living (CHRIL) wants to know about your experience with health insurance and/or Medicaid and Medicare

University of Kansas Research Survey on Medicare/Medicaid or Health Insurance for People with Disabilities

CHRIL, is a new 5-year research study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). The CHRIL brings together disability advocates and researchers to study how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) affects working-age adults with disabilities.

Part of CHRIL's research includes interviewing 20-25 adults with disabilities from various backgrounds and locations about their experiences using and getting health insurance and/or Medicaid and Medicare. We hope YOU can help us with this effort!

CHRIL staff from the University of Kansas will be doing these one-on-one interviews by phone in the coming months. Each phone interview will last about 30-45 minutes. People who complete these phone interviews will each receive a $40 gift card. No risks to participants are anticipated with this study. Benefits include the opportunity to inform health care policy for all people with disabilities.

Next year we will also be conducting an online survey. Please use the link below to let us know if you are interested in doing an interview this Summer/Fall or a survey later on. 

Adults between the ages of 18 and 62 with a disability and/or health condition, we want to hear from you!

For more information about the CHRIL study and/or to express your interest in helping us, follow the link or paste https://redcap.kumc.edu/surveys/?s=LHTLEXAMMJ into your web browser.

You can also call toll free 1.855.556.6328 or email healthsurvey@ku.edu.

 

Transportation Survey Participation Request

 

Transportation Access and Experiences Survey in English and Spanish

Hello and thank you for taking the time to read this message.  A Spanish version of this message is also provided directly below it.

We would like to invite you to participate in a national survey titled, Transportation Access and Experiences, which is designed to improve understanding of accessibility of public transportation for people with disabilities. This survey is being conducted by the ADA Participation Action Research Consortium (ADA-PARC), a collaborative research project of ADA Regional Centers (PIs: Lex Frieden and Joy Hammel). This project focuses on community living, community participation & work/economic participation disparities of people with disabilities (For more information, visit the website: www.adaparc.org). We would like to improve our understanding on transportation access of people with disabilities and use this information to make improvements at regional and national levels.

We are very interested in receiving as many responses as possible from people with disabilities based on their personal experiences with public transportation. The results will serve as crucial evidence to support improvements to accessible transportation.

Please use the link below to access and complete the survey. The online survey can be completed in English or Spanish. This is the second round of data collection for this survey, so if you have already completed it, please do not complete the survey again.

Survey Linkhttps://unco.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_00wcGeTOzGL2lQ9

If you would like to complete the survey by phone in English, please contact the research team at 312-996-9655. If you would like to complete the survey by phone in Spanish, please contact Ancel Montenelli at 312-413-1439. Please mention that you are calling about the ADA transportation survey.

If you have any questions or comments regarding this survey, please contact Jill Bezyak from the Rocky Mountain ADA Center at jill.bezyak@unco.edu .

Thank-you for taking the time to assist us with this survey.

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Saludos y Gracias por tomarse el tiempo de leer este correo electrónico.

Nos gustaría invitarle a participar en una encuesta nacional titulada, Acceso y Experiencia de Transporte, el cual está diseñada para mejorar la comprensión de la accesibilidad del transporte público para personas con discapacidad. Esta encuesta está siendo realizada por el Consorcio de la Investigación sobre la Acción para la Participación de la ADA (siglas en inglés ADA-PARC), un proyecto colaborativo de investigación que colabora con siete Centros Regionales de la Ley para americanos con Discapacidades (ADA)  (Investigadores Principales: Lex Frieden y Joy Hammel). Este proyecto el cual se enfocan en la vida en la  comunidad, la participación comunitaria, el trabajo / desigualdades de participación económica de las personas con discapacidad (Para obtener más información, visite el sitio web: www.adaparc.org). Nos gustaría mejorar nuestro entendimiento sobre el acceso al transporte de personas con discapacidad y utilizar esta información para hacer mejoras a nivel regional y nacional.

Estamos muy interesados en recibir tantas respuestas como sea posible de las personas con discapacidad en base a sus experiencias personales con el transporte público. Siéntase en libertad de  compartir la encuesta con entidades potencialmente interesadas. Los resultados servirán como evidencia clave para mejoras al transporte accesible. Utilice el siguiente enlace para acceder y completar la encuesta. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta o comentario acerca de esta encuesta, por favor, póngase en contacto con Joy Hammel a su correo electrónico hammel@uic.edu.

Agregue el enlace de la encuesta aquí

https://unco.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_00scGeTOzGL21Q9

También deseamos informarle que estamos en la disposición de ayudarle a participar en la encuesta vía  teléfono si así lo prefiere, especialmente si el acceso a Internet es un problema para usted o usted prefiere completar la encuesta verbalmente. Puede llamar a nuestro equipo de investigación al 312-996-9655 si desea realizar la encuesta por teléfono. Si desea completar la encuesta por teléfono en español, por favor póngase en contacto con el Sr. Ancel Montenelli al 312-413-1439. Y Por favor, haga mención que usted está llamando acerca de la encuesta de transporte ADA.

 

Gracias por tomarse el tiempo para ayudarnos con esta encuesta.