Enriched Education Program for Infant Development
This trial will compare two different ways of teaching parents how to play with their infants, to see if it affects the infant's development or the caregiver's characteristics.
- Infant Development
- Developmental Delay
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What results are scientists hoping to observe from this trial?
"This experiment is tracking the primary outcome of Change in Infant Motor Development at Baseline and 1, 2, 3 & 6 months. Additionally, secondary outcomes include Change in Language Development (utilizing The Preschool Language Scales-5th Edition), Change in Infant Object Exploration (assessed with an Object Exploration Assessment) and Change in Parental Practices regarding motor development (measured using a Motor Habits Questionnaire)."
What is the current population size of participants in this investigation?
"Yes, reliable reports from clinicaltrials.gov demonstrate that this medical trial is still ongoing as of May 16th 2022 and seeking participants. The original posting was made on April 1st 2022, with the goal being to recruit 40 patients from a single location."
Are new participants being accepted for the research project presently?
"The clinical trial is currently welcoming participants, as per information hosted on clinicaltrials.gov. This medical study was initiated in April of 2022 and most recently amended in May of the same year."
Is the age range for this clinical trial restricted to individuals over 25 years of age?
"As outlined in the trial's criteria for eligibility, participants must fall between 1 and 24 months of age."
What are the eligibility requirements to participate in this trial?
"This clinical trial is enrolling 40 infants, aged between one month and two years, experiencing early development. For inclusion in the study, these children must be younger than six months at registration; have a parent who can physically participate in play activities with them (e.g., carrying them and playing on the floor); meet Delaware's state-level Early Intervention Inclusion Criteria such as chromosomal disorders or developmental delay measured by standardized assessments; be able to engage in data collection activities via either virtual or physical visits; have an English-speaking guardian over 18 years of age with access to Zoom/internet if they are participating virtually; and not"