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COVID-19 and the intolerance of uncertainty in school-aged children with special needs and their parents

The purpose of the proposed project is to collect survey responses examining parent and children’s thought, feelings, and behaviors associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Such a project is crucial as it will likely inform key areas of intervention and barriers to treatment during national crises and in times of uncertainty. Specifically, the project aims to collect survey responses from parents of school-aged children (elementary ages 5-11) who have a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at two different time points, approximately 6-months apart.
Jyssica Seebeck at jseebeck@pennstatehealth.psu.edu
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18 year(s) or older
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Inclusion Criteria:
At least 18-years old at the time of consent
English as a primary language spoken
Ability to self-report (i.e., understand and answer assessment questions written at a third-grade comprehension level; self-report questions to be asked by study coordinator)
Caregiver must have a school-aged child (age 5-11) who has a primary diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
Exclusion Criteria:
Inability to provide consent
Child is outside the accepted age of inclusion (younger than 5-years-old; older than 11-years-old)
Child does not have a primary diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
Mental & Behavioral Health, Children's Health, COVID-19
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