Last Updated: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Principal Investigator: Blythe A. Corbett, Ph.D.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University are studying the effects of behavior therapy and theatre techniques in children with autism. We invite children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder to be part of our treatment program.
The intervention is free and involves several research visits before and after the treatment to the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center:
For more information about what it will be like to be part of SENSE Theater, please download and read this brochure.
The SENSE Theatre program works in collaboration with the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities and the University School of Nashville.
Children with Autism Spectrum disorder with no intellectual disability ages 8 to 16
Social Skills / theater intervention at no cost.
Pre and post visits as well as 10 weeks of theater intervention
7-14 year old boys and girls with autism disorder or typical developmentCompensation: Yes
Boys and girls age 13-17 years with autism or typical developmentCompensation: Yes
Families whose first language is Spanish and who have a child diagnosed with Autism.
Padres cuyos primer idioma es el español que tienen un hijo/a con el autismo.Compensation: Yes
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