A team at Rutgers University is conducting a research study focused on evaluating social-communication and other behaviors in individuals with developmental disabilities.
They are currently looking for study participants between the ages of 10 - 35 years old who have limited spoken language (i.e., nonspeaking or use primarily single words or simple phrases to communicate), and who have a caregiver who can provide information about childhood development and current behavior and experiences.
Participants may include individuals with diagnoses with intellectual disability, Down syndrome, or other genetic diagnoses, or autism spectrum disorder. Previous diagnosis not required.
Participants without autism diagnoses are needed to understand their specific social and communicative strengths and difficulties.
For more information, download the flyer pictured above or email LifeSPANLab@gsapp.rutgers.edu.
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