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Neurodevelopmental Research Recruitment

Help contribute to our understanding of developmental concerns!

Goals of this project

  • Improve investigation of neurodevelopmental disorder (NDD) research questions posed by researchers, clinicians and families by providing a streamlined way of recruiting interested participants.

  • Give families, your and community organizations opportunities to participate in research that has been determined to have a good likelihood of having impact on knowledge and treatment of NDD.​

Neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) are a group of conditions that describe developmental concerns in individuals. These include conditions such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). However, there is still so much we don’t understand about them. For example, how people present with Autism and what services or treatments they need, vary from person to person. For this reason, there are many studies by different researchers throughout the University of Calgary looking at different aspects of NDD and related developmental concerns. Reaching children to take part in this research can be hard. It can also be hard for someone interested in research to learn about studies that apply to them. This project will connect people with researchers at the University of Calgary that have important NDD-related studies.​

You or your child can be included if diagnosed with a neurodevelopmental disorder such as ASD, ADHD, or FASD by a clinician familiar with neurodevelopmental concerns.

  1. Are age 1 to 22 years-old.

  2. Are able to provide consent

If you are interested you can enter information HERE. Your contact information will then be given to researchers that have a specific study that may be of interest to you or your family. Researchers will contact you and tell you about the study and you can decide if you would like to participate. You can also learn about research studies on the Research studies page.

To be enrolled go to the REDCAP survey site to read more information and complete the survey. 

This study has been approved by the Calgary Conjoint Health Ethics Board (REB18-1194).

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