Are you aware of a child that is battling with depression? The normal symptoms that associate a child with depression are sadness, withdrawal, feelings of rejection, thoughts of suicide, fatigue, etc. If you’ve noticed these types of behavioral changes in a child they may been dealing with depression. Currently there is a local research study taking place in your area that is looking for potentially depressed children they can match with therapists.
The major benefit for considering the local research study is so children can obtain professional help for depression which is no cost to the patient and as an incentive a monetary benefit for candidates has been established. For qualifying for the study patients can receive a payment up to $450 and additionally candidates will be compensated for their time and travel. This is an incentive for most people to make an effort to find kids struggling with depression.
To qualify for the research kids must be between the ages of 7 and 17 years old. The study does not require any pre-existing health insurance or referrals to be eligible. If you don’t have health insurance you are still a candidate for this program. To take advantage of this offer a deadline of December 12, 2014 has been set before this offer expires.
Candidates that qualify for the local research study may receive at no cost access to a local psychiatrist, possible study drug, and compensation for time and travel. If you are interested in learning more about this program please visit www.mydepressionstudiestoday.com. At the site you can see if you qualify by selecting the Get Started button. There is also a toll free number for a candidate which is 1-866-580-5035. The study is completely confidential and there is a limit to the number of candidates they will allow to enroll.