Help us test a device used to monitor for autism and related developmental delays in young children

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


This study will examine if a new investigational medical device, called the EarliPoint™ Assessment for Autism Spectrum Disorder, can be used to monitor a child’s treatment progress (over time). The device detects the presence and severity of autism spectrum disorder and related developmental delays.

Researchers need to observe children who have autism spectrum disorder and related developmental delays (ASD/DD) as well as typically developing (TD) children who do not have ASD or developmental delays.

This study is sponsored by EarliTec Diagnostics, Inc.

What will my family be asked to do?

  • Your child will watch short, age-appropriate videos of social interactions (such as children playing together) while a special camera tracks your child’s eye movements.
  • A clinician will ask your child questions and observe your child’s behavior as they engage together in a structured communication and social assessment at the study visit
  • A clinician will ask you questions about your child and his/her behavior.

Participant Criteria

Child 31-84 months of age; physically able to sit in a chair, highchair, or booster seat and watch videos on a screen; has normal to corrected-to-normal vision and is able to hear information. Parent must understand information, instructions, and videos presented in English


Participants will receive a $60 gift card.

Visit Requirements

There will be one study visit and will generally take 3-4 hours.


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Last Updated: Monday, September 18, 2023

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