Sensory Perception in Infant Siblings at Risk for ASD

Last Updated: Thursday, November 10, 2016

Principal Investigator: Carissa Cascio, Ph.D.

Other researchers: Tiffany Woynaroski, PhD

Description

Would you like to help us learn more about younger siblings of children with autism?

We need your help if:

  • You are the parent of a child between 4-18 months old
  • You also have an older child who either has autism or is typically developing
  • You’d like more information about your younger child’s development

Participating families come for multiple appointments at the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center. Families will be compensated for their time.

All younger siblings receive standardized developmental and language testing when they enter the study, a psychological assessment for autism at the follow-up visit, and a formal written report of testing results, including recommendations and referrals, at no cost.

Participant Criteria

Younger Siblings (between 4-18 months old) of children with and without autism and their parent

Compensation

Families will be compensated for their time and get the results of the testing.

Visit Requirements

Multiple Appointments

Brochure

Download Brochure

Contact Information

Sarah Bowman
(912) 856-4993
Sarah.m.bowman@vanderbilt.edu

Want to Participate in this Study?

Enter your name and contact information and this study's coordinators will contact you if there are openings available.

Your Name: (required)  
Your Email: (required)   
Your Phone Number: (not required)

Also...

To be notified when you are a possible match for a research study looking for participants, register with Vanderbilt's ResearchMatch at the link below.

Research Match
ResearchMatch.org is a free and safe national website that matches research volunteers with researchers looking for participants. Registries for Autism and Intellectual Disabilities are now available on ResearchMatch. Everyone is welcome to join, regardless of age, or condition. Visit www.researchmatch.org to learn more and to join today.