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Evaluating the Use of Evidence-Based Practices and Alternative Treatments by Parents and Teachers of Children with Autism
Jan 5 2013
Jan 31 2013
We are seeking volunteers (parents, teachers, therapists, etc.) to who are working with or have young children with autism (under 10 years old ) to complete a brief online survey. Survey responses are anonymous and no identifying information will be collected.
The work for this project will help us identify the practices and treatments used with young children with autism. This will inform future practice, research, and policy related to the treatment of autism.
Eligibility for Study Participation:
(1) Parents, teachers, therapists, or professionals who work with or have children with autism under age 10
The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. Please follow the link below to enroll in the study.
Beret Kroeger, MA candidate
University Colorado at Denver
IRB study/protocol approval number:
This study was approved by the Colorado Multiple Institutional Review Board (COMIRB Protocol #12-1336).
MA Student, Early Childhood Education
Beret Kroeger, a Masters student in Early Childhood Education at the University of Colorado Denver, School of Education and Human Development is examining the use of practices based on parent and teacher support for her thesis project. She will be working under the supervision of Dr. Erin E. Barton of the University of Colorado Denver, School of Education and Human Development.