Leveraging Technology to Identify Outcome Measures for Young Children with Down Syndrome (Sterling)

The TOMI ProjectIf you are a parent of a child ages two to five years with Down syndrome, you are invited to participate in a research study conducted by Dr. Audra Sterling’s Lab at the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dr. Liza Finestack’s Lab and the University of Minnesota.

Our study aims to learn more about how language samples collected in the home can be used to measure the language development of children with Down syndrome. If you decide to participate, you and your child will complete self-recorded audio and video observations in your home at two time points, one month apart. We will also come to your home to conduct tests with your child to measure their problem-solving and language skills. At each timepoint, you will receive $75 for your participation, for a total of $150.

If you are interested, please complete this form https://redcap.link/mt2ej8vl or contact Marianne Elmquist at melmquist@wisc.edu

PI: Audra Sterling, PhD
Keywords: Down Syndrome, Speech & Language