Telehealth Study Seeks Young Children with ASD with Sleep Challenges

by | Jan 18, 2022 | Early Childhood, Medical, Opportunities for Input, Specific Disability | 0 comments

Cleveland Clinic is recruiting young children (ages 2 up to 7 years) with autism spectrum disorder and sleep disturbances for their research study.

Participants are randomized either to 5 sessions targeted parent training program for sleep problems or 5 sessions parent education program where they will be provided knowledge relevant to parenting a child with autism. A previously NIH-funded study demonstrated the parent training program was superior in improving sleep and bedtime problems. This study is testing whether this holds when delivered via telehealth.

All families will be compensated for their time and participation.
Click here to see the flyer or the QR Flyer to learn how to sign up.