TU Collaborative is Recruiting Eligible Participants for an Internet Education and Social Support Research Study!

The NIDRR-funded Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities is conducting a study on Internet education and social support for mothers with mental illness.  The study is recruiting mothers who are interested in participating in an online parental education course designed to enhance parental knowledge and skills in the following areas:  child development, stress reduction, parent-child communication, promoting resiliency in your child, and wellness planning.  Participants will be compensated up to $100 for their participation in the study.  For further information please email momsup@temple.edu or visit their website at tucollaborative.org.

The deadline for the Consumer Scholarship Application is fast approaching—July 6th, 2011—for the upcoming Second International Research Conference on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities on September 18th – 21st in Philadelphia, PA.  The Consumer Scholarship Application is available for download at tucollaborative.org/forms/Application_2011_FINAL.pdf.  For more information and/or register for the conference please visit tucollaborative.org/training/events.html.

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