Current Research Studies

Sleep Survey

Sleep Survey

University of Canterbury logoA team of researchers in the School of Health Sciences at University of Canterbury, New Zealand, are investigating sleep problems in people with Angelman syndrome.

The goal of the study is to help researchers understand parents’ perceptions of the nature and cause of sleep problems in their children with Angelman syndrome and their experiences with interventions.

Eligibilty

  • Must be diagnosed with Angelman syndrome
  • Age is 21 years old or younger
  • Caregiver or parent is willing to complete a 10 – 15 anonymous online survey

Participation

Complete the Survey Now

 

If you would be willing to also complete a sleep diary, contact Laurie McLay. 

More Information 

Questions about this study can be directed to Laurie McLay (PhD), laurie.mclay@canterbury.ac.nz  | Phone: (03) 369 3522.

 


The Angelman Syndrome Foundation does not endorse any clinical trial or study, but provides information to the AS community for its own consideration.