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Author: Tina Taylor

In recent times, Maker culture and makerspaces have garnered much interest due to their potential to teach STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) content among children. However, many accessibility barriers still remain in contemporary Maker culture and makerspaces that limit full participation of people with...

This study aims to explore the effects of Partial Body Weight Support (PBWS) within an enriched play environment for infants with Down Syndrome (DS), who are not yet walking, to better understand how PWBS may impact their mobility; exploration; and overall activity level. Participant Eligibility Children who...

Our research study examines how people 65+ and their support network use internet-connected devices in their homes to stay connected and to care for each other while living apart.Participating in this study consists of a 90 minute group interview over Zoom with an individual aged...

This study, conducted by the University of Washington, is collecting user feedback and investigating the usability of our lab’s recently developed lollipop-inspired sampling system, CandyCollect, which enables at-home collection of bacteria and viruses associated with respiratory disease in saliva. CandyCollect will be sent to participants...

Researchers at Seattle Children’s are looking for caregivers of children without autism spectrum disorder or challenging behaviors (e.g., aggression, destruction) to take part in a 30-minute online survey study and a one-time in-person EEG and cognitive assessment visit. The goal of this study is to...

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