NeuroModulation Technique (NMT) Autism Study (Taking participants from Eugene & Hermiston)
July 23, 2007 by Stacy
1. The purpose of this study is to determine whether NeuroModulation Technique (NMT) is effective in reducing maladaptive behaviors and increasing adaptive behaviors in children diagnosed with autism.
2. Hypothesis: Children in the experimental group will show significant improvement over the control group as measured by the ATEC, ABC and the PDDBI. Children in the control group will show significant improvement over their baseline measures after receiving NMT treatment.
Study Type: Interventional treatment trial Study Design: Treatment, Randomized, Wait-list Control
Phase I Study
Official Title: A Study of the Efficacy of NeuroModulation Technique with Children Diagnosed with Autism
Primary Outcomes: Global functioning
Expected Total Enrollment: 58
Study start: September 2007; Expected completion: December 2007
Fifty-eight male and female children between the ages of 5 through 10 years of age will be recruited from 24 different study sites in the United States, Canada and Mexico.