Did you know that a strong indicator of long term job success is the employment-related experience we have as teens?
Register now for CommunityWorks Canada® to prepare for workplace success.
Studies, Research & Papers
Throughout the year, there are many opportunities to participate in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) research studies. Let’s work together to further understand ASD.
Keep checking back for updated opportunities.
University of Alberta and Alberta Health Services – Current Studies
Seeking: infants aged 6 – 12 months with an older sibling and NO autism diagnosis
Goal: To gain a better understanding of how children develop in the first years of life
Seeking: toddlers aged 12 – 30 months, showing early signs of ASD or with a confirmed diagnosis of ASD
Goal: To improve upon an early intervention program for toddlers who show signs of ASD
Seeking: families who have a child with autism as well as a new baby between 5 and 11 months of age
Goal: measure development to understand early signs of autism; examine early signs of autism in infants and toddlers
Seeking: families who have a child with autism 12 – 24 years old
Goal: understand how parents determine whether or not to vaccinate their child