Duke A+ study: An NIH Autism Center of Excellence research study for children with autism, ADHD, and typical development

The Duke A+ Study is funded by the NIH. The study aims to improve screening, diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of children with autism and/or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or both. The Duke A+ study involves three different projects.  The A+ Health project focuses on early screening and diagnosis.  The A+ Development project explores social and language development.  The A+ Treatment project provides children diagnosed with both autism and ADHD behavioral intervention based on the Early Start Denver Model, at no cost.   All children receive a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation with a clinical report.  Families are compensated for their time. 

At this time, we are not recruiting participants for this study.

Please contact autismresearch@duke.edu for information. 






Enrollment status
Tuesday, May 15, 2018 to Sunday, May 15, 2022