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PathPoint Looking For
PathPoint is currently looking for participants in the following
positions. You must be 18 years or older to apply!
- PathPoint is seeking people in Integrated Work for the
following openings: VA, Air Pollution District, IV Parking lot (1
Program Hours M & F 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Work Hours M 8:30 AM-11:30 PM at VA (work consists of sweeping,
trash pickup, a bit of weeding as needed)
Work Hours Fri 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM at Air Pollution District and
12:00 PM to 3:00 PM at IV Parking lot (mostly sweeping)
- We are looking for participants to join our Day Training
Activity Center (DTAC) program on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and
Thursdays (preferably 3 on T&Th). Program hours are from 9:00
AM to 3:00 PM. Tuesdays and Thursdays involve community outings
throughout the day. Wednesdays the program is held here at Aero
Camino building, in the DTAC classroom.
- Community Access Program (CAP) is still looking for new
participants, but mainly for Wednesdays at the De La Vina
- Supported Living Services (SLS) and Supportive Services (SSP)
welcome new participants.
- Community Independent Living Program (CILP) has 1 male opening
at our apartment complex on Red Rose Way, and 2 female openings at
Red Rose Way and will be looking for several more over the coming
year as participants move out. There will be 3 potential openings
in the coming months. There will soon be a female opening at the
Please contact Becky Spadoro, PathPoint Support
Plan/Transitions Coordinator, at:
- Phone: 805.961.9200 x25
- Email: email@example.com
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Autism Research Study Seeking
The EARLI study
The Early Autism Risk Longitudinal Investigation is a
ground-breaking study looking at possible environmental and genetic
links to autism. The study is currently recruiting mothers of a
child with autism spectrum disorder and who are 20 weeks pregnant
or less or may become pregnant. It is being conducted in California
, Maryland , and Pennsylvania .
What is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?
ASD, commonly called autism, is a developmental disorder
characterized by decreased social skills, delays in speech and
communication, repetitive behavior, low eye contact, and difficulty
with self entertainment. ASD can display in a variety of ways, and
it affects 1 in 150 children in the United States . Currently the
causes of the disorder are unknown and there is no cure. The EARLI
Study team is dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge and
discovering the causes of this disorder.
Study sites include:
- Southeast Pennsylvania at Drexel University and Children’s
Hospital of Philadelphia
- Northeast Maryland at John Hopkins University and Kennedy
- Northern California at Kaiser Permanente
- Northern California at UC Davis and the M.I.N.D. Institute
Who can participate? Mothers who:
- Have a biological child with ASD;
- Are currently 20 weeks pregnant or less or may become
- Live in the designated geographic areas of the study.
Benefits for families:
- Families will receive free autism assessments from clinical
experts, including developmental assessments of your new baby from
6 months until 3 years of age.
- Compensation for their time: $545.00 to $605.00 if the entire
study is completed from early pregnancy until your newborn child is
3 years old.
- A new diaper bag and gifts for your baby.
Participants will be asked to:
- Fill out questionnaires, do phone interviews, and provide
biological samples throughout pregnancy, at delivery, and
- Participate in study visits in the home and at the clinic. One
visit will involve bringing your child with ASD for behavioral and
- Allow study staff to collect biological samples from your baby
until 2 years of age.
For more information, contact us at:
- E-mail: EARLI@phs.ucdavis. edu
- Phone: 530-752-6511
- Toll free:1-866-550-5027
- Website: www.EARLIStudy.