Association between motor and language skills in children with autism spectrum diagnoses

Research Study

The School of Public Health at Indiana University Bloomington seeks research participants for a study examining the relationship between motor/movement and language skills in children with autism spectrum diagnoses (ASD). We are looking for parents/caregivers of a child who: (1) has been diagnosed with ASD by a medical professional, (2) are aged between 7-16 years, (3) are able to verbally communicate, and (4) has no history of neurological disorders (e.g., epilepsy or brain tumor) and current mobility impairment for walking.

There will be a commitment of approx. 30-40 minutes, participating in an individual interview with a researcher through a phone or video call. Our interview questions will focus on your child’s motor/movement and language development and additional information about individual and environmental factors for your child’s motor/movement and language skills acquisition. (IRB protocol #: 1912340039).
There is no direct benefit for participation, but participants will receive an Amazon e-gift card valued at $20 after completing the interview participation.

If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions, please contact Project Manager, Ms. Grace Oeding at goeding@iu.edu to schedule an interview.

Email: lee2055@indiana.edu

Published on: Aug 6, 2020 at 12:21

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