An e-health application for identifying autism

Principal Investigator: Zachary E. Warren, Ph.D.

Other researchers: Josh Wade, M.S.

Description

Help us test an e-health application for identifying autism

We are looking for typically developing children to participate in a study to see if a new e-health application designed for parents and professionals may be useful in assessing risk for autism.

Participants needed:

Children between 18 to 36 months What the study involves:

  • Up to two visits to Vanderbilt, lasting 1-4 hours
  • You (parent) will be asked to answer questions about your child
  • Your child will do several playbased activities with a pediatric provider helping us test the e-health application
  • Your child will receive a developmental evaluation with a clinical psychologist. You will receive a summary report of the results.

Location/Parking:

The sessions are held at the TRIAD Research lab at the Village at Vanderbilt, so parking is conveniently located below the building

Participant Criteria

Children between 18 to 36 months

Compensation

Parent will receive a $50 gift card to Amazon.com at the visit

Visit Requirements

Up to two visits to Vanderbilt

Brochure

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Contact Information

Makayla Honaker
(615) 421-2695
makayla.honaker@vumc.org

Last Updated: Tuesday, November 16, 2021

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