This study is examining the efficacy of two different classroom programs aimed at improving young children’s communication and motor skills.
12-21 month old children who are showing early signs of autism and their primary caregiver
This study is examining the efficacy of two different classroom programs aimed at improving younchildren’s communication and motor skills. Participation involves:
Brief telephone screening and baseline assessments (approx. 1-2 hours) to assess eligibility. If qualify, 8 weeks of active treatment, twice a week at UCLA for approx. 3 hours per session and 1 in-home session per week. Post-treatment assessments (1-2 hours) and 3 follow-up visits post treatment (approx. 1-2 hours each).
Eligible participants will receive a free play-based treatment.
At each follow up visit, participants will receive $25.
If you are interested in participating in this study, please contact Dr. Amanda Gulsurd or Lizzy Karp at 310-206-1268, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally created: 20 Nov 2012 Current author: Dr. Candace J. Wi...
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