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Online Paid Research Opportunity for Parents of Children with ADH

Insight Consulting Group is a healthcare and market research firm interested in learning more about parents and/or caregivers of children ages 6 - 17 years old who have been diagnosed with ADHD to gain their very important and unique perspective on what it’s like to care for children with ADHD. This forum will provide you with an online support system where you can share your experiences and connect with other parents and/or caregivers from across the country in order to learn from each other’s experiences and to increase awareness about this very important condition.

We want to share your experiences, what your challenges have been, and most importantly, learn more about you as a person—as a caregiver and as an individual. For 6 months, you and a select group of other caregivers will be a part of an exciting online community where you will talk about your life, connect with others in the community, and inspire new ways of talking and thinking about ADHD. You’ll be providing feedback on materials and ideas that will go directly to decision-makers in the healthcare industry which in turn could be used to help caregivers of children with ADHD and their families who are affected!

In addition to making an impact on this important issue, participants will receive $20 for their engagement on a monthly basis and have a chance to win an iPad multiple times throughout the year by contributing to this discussion board on a weekly basis.

If interested, please fill out the following survey to determine your eligibility to participate

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CaregiverNewMembers

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I just got throught the questionnaire.  At the very last question,  you have to be willing to allow the company to use images and content you upload, including videos. 

I’m not comfortable with that provision, as I don’t want my son’s image to circulate in affiliation with any condition!  Loss of privacy for him. 

It looks more like marketing and advertising than research oriented.

Posted by elark on Nov 13, 2013 at 1:54am

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