This trial is testing a storybook reading treatment to help Kindergarten children with SLI learn new words, by varying how often they are asked to talk about the words they are learning.
1 Primary · 1 Secondary · Reporting Duration: 20 weeks: pre-treatment, treatment (7.5 weeks), 12-weeks post-treatment
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60 Total Participants · 3 Treatment Groups
Primary Treatment: Interactive storybook reading · No Placebo Group · N/A
Who is running the clinical trial?
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many participants are being monitored in this research endeavor?
"Indeed, the clinicaltrials.gov website shows that this study is in need of participants and has been open since July 2nd 2018. The last update was on April 1st 2022, and it requires 60 patients at a single site for completion." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Who might be considered the ideal candidates for this clinical investigation?
"This investigation is recruiting 60 five or six year-olds with a speech delay. The children must be qualified for kindergarten, have normal hearing and cognitive ability (as demonstrated by nonverbal IQ of 85+), language impairment as indicated by SPELT-3/ TNL-2 scores (both less than 94) and lexical deficiency evidenced by DELV/ CELF 4 Word Classes /CCC 2 results (all below 6)." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Does this research study have any upper age limit for participants?
"As per the set parameters of this clinical trial, it is open to participants who are between 5 and 6 years old. Additionally, 18 trials are available for those under legal age while one can be accessed by seniors." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Is access to this trial currently available for participants?
"According to clinicaltrials.gov, this research study is actively searching for participants and has been listed since July 2nd 2018; the listing was last edited on April 1st 2022." - Anonymous Online Contributor