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Holland Bloorview’s research institute conducts need-based and ground breaking health research to make a real-world impact in the lives of children and youth with a disability, and their families.

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List of research studies

Reading Preference Identification for Brain Computer Interface Control

Summary:

We are looking into a better design for communication aid displays. We hope this will allow people who rely on communication aids communicate faster with less frustration.

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Are you interested in Communication Devices? Consider participating in this study!

Botley’s Bootle Blast: A novel home-based virtual reality therapy system

Summary:

Botley’s Bootle Blast is a video game designed for hand/arm therapies. We want to know if playing Botley’s Bootle Blast at home can be beneficial for young people with cerebral palsy. We think that Botley’s Bootle Blast will be a fun and motivating way to practise hand/arm therapy goals at home.

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Do you like video games? Would you like to try a new and fun video game therapy for your arm? Consider participating in our study!

A Phase III, Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, Efficacy, and Safety Study of Balovaptan in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder with a 2-year Open-Label Extension

Summary:

Please see attached flyer for further details about this study.

 

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The Role of Emotion Regulation and Arousal in Anxiety and Autism (Typically Developing)

Summary:

The researchers at the Autism Research Centre, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab are doing a study to understand how our body signals, like our heart beats, change when we feel frustrated. 

 

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The Role of Emotion Regulation and Arousal in Anxiety and Autism (ASD)

Summary:

The researchers at the Autism Research Centre, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab are doing a study to understand how our body signals, like our heart beats, change when we feel frustrated.