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Do You Have a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Between the Ages of 24 and 60 Months?
If so, your child may be eligible to participate in a research study that focuses on teaching imitation and other social skills to young children with ASD.  During this study, your child would receive 10 weeks of twice weekly therapy sessions using a play-based therapy technique called Reciprocal Imitation Training.  A parent/guardian may also be asked to participate in sessions to learn how to use this therapy technique at home.  All sessions are provided free of cost for families, and free parking is provided.  If you would like to hear more about this study, contact:  Alayna Borowy,
Phone: (614) 366-3828    E-mail:  alayna.borowy@osumc.edu
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