Autism Society of Texas: Study Post Request
The Autism Society of Texas is a nonprofit organization that provides free services and supports for Autistic adults, children, and their loved ones across the lifespan throughout Texas. We rely on donations to fund our work, and due to the many requests we get to promote, share, and recruit study participants, where feasible, we are asking for a donation to cover staff time in reviewing and posting studies.  If you would like your study to be listed in our "Featured Studies" section and named in our monthly study post on the main Autism Society of Texas Facebook page there is a $100 suggested donation.

*We can only accept studies that are Institutional Review Board (IRB) approved.*
If you need further information on IRB, please see the FDA's IRB Frequently Asked Questions here:

Study Fee Donation:

$100: Named a "Featured Study" on AST website and named in one-time social media post.
$25: Posted on AST website at top of study category.
No cost:  Posted on AST website.

If your organization is able to make a donation to cover our staff time or to be a "Featured Study", please go to MobileCause to make the donation here:
Select "Make this donation in someone’s honor or memory" and in the "Honoree Full Name" section, please include your organization's name and the type of study. (i.e. University of XYZ, Speech Therapy Study). Please email us if you would like to pay by check instead.

We can only accept jpg and png documents for "Featured Studies". For all other information and items you'd like to share, please provide a web link to any flyers and materials that we will include with your post.

If you have questions or issues, please contact Thank you so much!

Please write a short paragraph directed to the target audience you are trying to recruit below. Explain the study in a way that is easy for parents/caregivers/Autistic adults to understand, and include the approximate length of time needed to participate, and if there is compensation.

Studies are updated on our website monthly.

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