The KU ADC Ambassador Program provides study participants and their caregivers with volunteer opportunities beyond their study participation. Ambassadors serve as our partners in research and community projects. Ambassadors receive invitations to exclusive, ADC Ambassador-only educational programming and hands-on activities with ADC researchers and clinicians as a thank you to the Ambassadors for their commitment to our program.
Anyone who is a current or past study participant or a caregiver of a current or past study participant is eligible to apply. Applications will be reviewed and accepted on an individual basis. Consistent with University policy you must be willing to sign a confidentiality and liability agreement, carry health insurance and submit to a background check.
To be considered for acceptance in to the KU ADC Ambassador Program, each potential KU ADC Ambassador must:
Once all the paperwork is complete and submitted to the KU ADC Ambassador Program Coordinator, the background check will be performed. Once the background check is complete, you will be notified of your status in the Program.
• Complete the application process described above
• Volunteer for KUADC projects a minimum two hours per month, but no more than five hours per week.
• Reap the benefits of the KU ADC Ambassador program with up-close and personal discussions with KU ADC researchers and clinicians about the latest in Alzheimer's disease and brain aging research.