Parent Involvement Project

The Parent Involvement Project is a randomized controlled trial looking at the effect of different levels of online parent support on the development of young children with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (or, suspected to have ASD). Families who participate complete assessments at the beginning and end of the study, and receive access to one of three levels of parent support: 1) monthly phone support plus an online resource library; 2) monthly phone support, an online resource library, and a self-directed online training program; or 3) monthly phone support, an online resource library, and an online training program with telehealth-based coaching sessions.

Currently, new recruitment for this study is on hold due to COVID-19. Feel free to reach out to us, and we will let you know when study recruitment begins again.

To participate, your child must…

  • have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder (autism, PDD-NOS)
  • be between the ages of 18 and 95 months at the beginning of the study
  • meet other inclusion criteria
  • live in Michigan

View our brief video overview of the Parent Involvement Project for more information on participating in this research study.