Truth and Reconcilation Activity from START/UNH

September 3, 2021


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Are you a young adult with a developmental disability and mental health condition (IDD- MH)?
Are you a family member of a young adult with IDD-MH?

Would you like to learn more about how people with IDD-MH, their families, and researchers learn can do research together?

Researchers at START/UNH, the University of Florida, and Georgetown University are inviting you to attend a "Truth and Reconciliation" activity. Reconciliation means to make things better.

The activity will help people with IDD-MH and their families:

  • Learn about some of the bad things that happened during research in the past
  • Forgive past research mistakes
  • Figure out how to make research better
  • Connect people with IDD and their families to researchers
  • Help make sure no one feels left out of research

The activity will be held virtually on:
September 14th & 21st from 12:30-3:30pm Pacific/3:30-6:30pm Eastern

Participants will receive a $25 gift card at the end of the activity

To learn more about the research study and sign up for the activity, please contact:
Andrea Caoili, [email protected] at UNH/Center for START Services
or Jessica Kramer: 352-273-9365 or [email protected] at the University of Florida