Enhancing Early Social Development Through Parent/Child Interaction
The Neurodevelopment Research Lab at Case Western Reserve University is recruiting participants for two new studies!
Individual with a confirmed diagnosis of Prader-Willi syndrome, ages 3 – 11 years, and their parents, may be eligible to participate.
In order to better understand social-cognitive processing in children with PWS, participants will be asked to undergo tasks that measure skills relating to imagination, social communication, and emotional understanding. Participants and their parents may also be eligible to participate in either a videoconference-based Parent-Training program or a combined child and parent intervention program that aim to increase interaction and social- emotional understanding while decreasing problem behaviors.
To learn more about participating, please contact the Case Western Reserve research team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (216) 368-3471.