Surveys

Please, take a moment to tell us how we are doing… This is a fairly short survey to see if or how Matrix, as a Family Empowerment Center, has helped you understand how to advocate effectively for your child.  Your input is very important to us. Here are the links: English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/fecfameng18_19 Spanish:  https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/fecfamsp18_19 Many thanks in advance, Nora Thompson, ... More
I have a voice
Dear Friends, When we get involved, speak up, let our voices be heard, we are advocating, not just for our own child, but for all children with special needs. It matters that we can make a positive difference in services for children with special needs We have recently received a few requests from researchers asking for your help. The first ... More
Please help the Lanterman Housing Alliance and the State Council on Developmental Disabilities gather data on housing needs of folks in our communities!   Hello, The Lanterman Housing Alliance, in partnership with the Corporation for Supportive Housing and the State Council on Developmental Disabilities, has created a survey to gather data on the housing needs of people with intellectual or ... More
Niclhols Research A Pathway to Decisions
January 22nd through January 24th, 2018. Attention Achondroplastic children and their parents (with or without achondroplasia). Nichols Research is conducting an online survey (approximately 2 hours of time). The purpose of the survey is to help improve awareness and education around the topic of achondroplasia, and to understand interest in new therapies. For participating, each patient will receive $250.00. Click here ... More
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Seeking Participants for Autism Glass Research Study The Wall Lab at Stanford University is currently creating a wearable behavioral aid for children with autism through Google Glass that delivers social cues during real-time social interactions. The study participants we are seeking are children between the ages of 6-12 years old with a clinical diagnosis of ASD who receive ABA therapy ... More