The SenSA (Sensory Motor Signs of Autism) Lab is the research lab of Dr Alison Lane, School of Health Sciences at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Research projects in the SenSA Lab seek to understand the sensory and motor basis of autism.
Across the many different research projects occurring in the lab we are lucky enough to have some very experienced personnel who will bring a wealth of knowledge to our research.
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We are now recruiting participants for our latest study investigating the effectiveness of the Alert Program® for children with Autism. For more information about how to participate please go to the Alert Program® page in the Research Projects tab.
NEW STUDY FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AND SENSORY ISSUES
Researchers at the University of Newcastle are trying to find out more about the effectiveness of the Alert Program® for Sensory Regulation for children with autism. A new study is offering one-to-one therapy with an occupational therapist to eligible children with autism and their families (at no cost to families). Participants will be required to attend 10 x 1 hour therapy sessions at the Callaghan Campus and complete IQ, autism and sensory assessments before and after the program.
TO PARTICIPATE OR FIND OUT MORE GO TO:
T: (02) 4921 5004
Chief Investigator Associate Professor Alison Lane email@example.com
This study has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee at the University of Newcastle, approval No. H-2018-0036