MI-DDI is Recruiting Families to Participate in a Project that Helps Train Future Medical Professionals on Family-Centered Practices!

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ARIE Co-Curricular Project

The Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute (MI-DDI) is collaborating with the Wayne State
University School of Medicine, to train medical students to improve their ability to understand
the unique needs of families who have children with disabilities. Your family will help prepare the
professional physicians of tomorrow!

To participate, you must:

• Have a child with a disability under the age of 26
• Medical students will provide two virtual home visits with your family
• Partake in 45 minute to 1 hour virtual home meetings for each home visit

For your participation you will receive:
• A $75 stipend for participating
• A confidential family quality of life assessment
• Information about resources to assist your family
• A small gift for your child for participating

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