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NCT02850666 : Social Skills in Children With ASD and Process Drama
PhaseN/A
AgesMin: 3 Years Max: 4 Years
Eligibility
Inclusion Criteria: Participants with ASD:

- aged 3-4 years old

- documented diagnosis of ASD from a licensed professional using DSM 5 criteria12; If
no documentation available, meets cut off on Autism Diagnostic Observation Scale
(ADOS -2)13 that will be administered by trained study staff.

- passes language and cognitive screen (see attached screening document with decision
rules) and a receptive language age equivalence of ?18 months and a non-verbal age
equivalent score of ?24 months on the Mullen Scale of Early Learning14

- have a caregiver willing/able to bring them to the University for the study sessions
and to schedule up to 3 assessment visits prior to intervention start and 3
assessment sessions after intervention end

- family's primary language is English

Typically developing children

- aged 3-4

- normal or corrected to normal vision and hearing

- English speaking

Exclusion Criteria: Participants with ASD

- have no other major medical conditions (i.e., no genetic disorders such as Fragile X,
Down syndrome)

- seizure disorder

- uncorrected hearing or visual impairment

- other condition causing motor impairment, such as Cerebal Palsy

Typically developing children

-no history of developmental delay or neurological disorder
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