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Young Children

Complex Neurodevelopmental Conditions

We are currently recruiting children for a study on repetitive behavior. This study will help us better understand the causes and developmental course of repetitive behavior in children, especially repetitive motor movements involving the fingers, hands, head, or body.

We are recruiting children 4 years of age and younger with repetitive behavior, either typically developing, or with autism or other neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADHD.

Participation will include a visit to the lab with your child, including a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation, assessment of repetitive behavior, studies of attention, and collection of saliva samples to learn more about genetic factors involved in repetitive behavior.

All study visits will occur at the SANA Program at 300 George St., Suite 900, New Haven, CT. We provide free and convenient parking.

If you are interested in participating, please fill out our inquiry form or give us a call at (203) 764-5933.