Research Study Seeks Parents of Children 3-12 yrs with ASD for Emotion and Social Communication Intervention

by | Oct 13, 2021 | Early Childhood, Opportunities for Input, Specific Disability, Therapies

Stanford University is looking for families to participate in a remote study where they will test an App designed to help children with autism improve social communication and emotion recognition skills. 

Eligibility: To participate, you must be a parent (18+ years old) of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) between the ages of 3 and 12 years old. Participants can live anywhere in the world, but do need a smartphone or tablet with access to WiFi. (App is iOs and Android compatible)

You can enroll and get started here:
Procedure: All study participation is done from home. After completing initial measures, participants will be randomized to treatment or control conditions. Treatment participants will play GuessWhat for 4 weeks and Control participants will not receive the GuessWhat therapy app. We provide you with our game for free, as well as a $50 Amazon gift card following completion of all study procedures, and  up to an additional $20 gift card for completion of additional follow-up measures.

After you complete the survey linked above, you will receive study instructions from the team within 1 week.