Typically Developing Children and Children with ADHD Needed for Ackerman Autism Center Study

The UNLV School of Allied Health Sciences is currently conducting a research study to assess motor function in children 7 - 17 years old that are either typically developing or are diagnosed with ONE of the following:

• Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
• Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Basic procedures include:

(1) an intellectual assessment
(2) a motor performance assessment of:
• Finger dexterity
• Balance
• Visual-motor control
• Motor speed

The one-time session will be conducted at the UNLV Ackerman Autism Center and will take approximately 80 minutes of your time

Please contact Daniel Lidstone if interested in participating:
Email: lidstone@unlv.nevada.edu
Phone: 828-719-7002

This study is under the direction of Janet Dufek:
Email: janet.dufek@unlv.edu
Phone: 702-895-0702

IRB protocol: 1258934-3

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