Nisonger Study Participation Opportunities:

Download the Health Survey of Adults with Down Syndrome

Shakespeare and Autism Study.

Participants will have the opportunity to participate in 12 weekly one-hour sessions of the Shakespeare and Autism Drama Intervention or an alternative evidence-based social skills intervention at no cost beginning in February 2016 and ending in April 2016.

For more information, please contact Suzanne Davis ~  Email: Suzanne.Davis3@osumc.edu

Phone: 614-685-3195

Download the Shakespeare and Autism Flyer

Pediatric Psychopharmacology Reseach Unit Study Opportunities:

The Research Unit on Pediatric Psychopharmacology at the Nisonger Center is a group of professionals engaged in pharmacological, psychiatric, behavioral, nutritional, and alternative research in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and other childhood disorders.

For more information, please click here to view the PDF flier with full program information and contacts.

ResearchMatch

Research is a way to discover knowledge that can have a positive impact on the health of society. Researchers at The Ohio State University are looking for people of all ages and health conditions (including healthy volunteers).

Click here to register yourself and members of your family on the safe and secure NIH sponsored volunteer register known as ResearchMatch and make a difference in the future.

Parent and Therapist Implemented Reciprocal Imitation Training for Young Children with ASD

During this study, your child would receive 10 weeks of twice weekly therapy sessions using a play-based therapy technique called Reciprocal Imitation Training. A parent/guardian may also be asked to participate in sessions to learn how to use this therapy technique at home.

Click here for a flyer with additional information about eligibility and contact information for the study

Behavioral Inflexibility in Developmental Disabilities Study

Project BIDD(Behavioral Inflexibility in Developmental Disabilities) is a collaborative project to develop a novel measure addressing behavioral inflexibility in children and adolescents with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities exhibited in daily life

Click here for a flyer with more information or if interested in participation