Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

 

Leisure Activity in Adults with Intellectual Disability

 

We are looking for adults with intellectual disability over the age of 30 years and their caregivers to participate in a study that will help us understand how leisure activity predicts healthy aging and well-being for adults with intellectual disability.

The study involves a 1.5-hour visit to the Waisman Center, your home, or disability center.  Both of you will complete questions about the leisure activity and well-being of the adult with intellectual disability.  You will also complete a 7-day daily diary together in which you will answer a short list of questions each day (takes 5-10 minutes per day).  You will each be paid $10 for participating.

If you are interested in being in this study or have any questions, please contact Iulia Mihaila at mihaila@wisc.edu or (608)262-8860.

PI: Sigan Hartley, PhD
Keywords: Down Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities