Purdue researchers are recruiting families of children with Angelman syndrome to participate in a remote, home-based EEG assessment study. Their goal is to learn how to design remote EEG protocols in a family-friendly way.
Family members (the child with AS, caregivers and a sibling) will each complete three EEG recordings across several days. All sessions will be conducted with live support from researchers at Purdue via telehealth. Caregivers will then complete some online forms.
Families will receive $10/hr via Amazon gift cards for participating.
Following are the eligibility requirements:
- Families must have at least 4 members who are willing to participate
- Family must have two caregivers who are legal guardians
- A child with Angelman syndrome from 6 months – 18 years old
- A sibling without Angelman syndrome who is also 6 months – 18 years old, but no more than 3 years apart from sibling with AS.
- Family members do not have to be genetically related
- Families must be located in the continental US
For more information or to participate, contact Remote-EEG@purdue.edu