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Autism and Language Development in Toddlers
Looking For:Children 18-36 months of age with autism or with concerns about their social interaction or language development or children 12-36 months without autism.
Caregivers' Perspectives on AAC Training
Looking For:Caregivers of individuals who have complex communication needs
Child Language & Literacy Lab
Preschool and school-age children
Compensation:Language evaluations at no cost to you.
Do you have concerns about your toddler’s social or language development?
Looking For:Children 12-36 months of age with autism or with concerns about their social interaction or language development.
Does your child have a hard time figuring out what to say? Do they struggle to follow directions at home or in the classroom?
Looking For:Children at least 6 and who have not yet turned 13
Compensation:$40 gift card for on-campus screening visit and $20/hour in gift cards for additional visits. Results of standardized testing will be provided at no cost.
EMT en Español: Early communication intervention to support school readiness skills for Spanish-speaking toddlers with language delays
Looking For:Spanish-speaking toddlers 30 to 36 months old with language delays
Compensation:Up to $325 in cash + about $100 worth of toys and books
Telehealth Language Therapy for Toddlers (Vanderbilt Kidtalk)
Looking For:27 to 30 month old children (see detail)
Compensation:Families will be compensated for their time as well as receiving toys and books for their child and an iPad kit to use for telehealth sessions
The Children's eBook Project
Children between the ages of 33 - 60 months and a parent/guardian.
Compensation:As a thank you for your participation your child will receive a children’s book or small toy,
Words for Thoughts and Feelings
Children ages 3-6
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