We are currently recruiting participants for the following study:
KidsInclusive is very supportive of research for the wellbeing of children. From time to time we receive requests from research teams throughout the province and the country asking for assistance in recruiting participants. If possible we assist by contacting the appropriate families on their behalf to inform them of the opportunity. We may also post studies on this page for you to view at your leisure. All research studies posted here will have contact information that you can access should you have inquires or wish to participate. Please know that your decision to participate in any research will in no way affect your child’s services at KidsInclusive.
Families and clients who do not wish to be contacted for research purposes please let us know by sending us an email from the Contact Us section of the website or call 613 544 3400 ext. 3175.
Ongoing Research Projects
The Childhood Cerebral Palsy (CP) Integrated Neuroscience Discovery Network “CP-NET” (Funded by Ontario Brain Institute/Matched funding), Site Lead investigator Dr. Dawa Samdup (Multi center study)
Childhood Hemiplegic CP Integrated Neuroscience Discovery Network-CP_NET-Clinical Platforms (Funded by Ontario Brain Institute), Site Lead investigator Dr. Dawa Samdup, (Multi centre study).
Navigating systems and supports for children with autism spectrum disorder. The experiences of military families in the context of mandatory relocation. (Queens University), Dr. R Garth Smith, Principal Investigator; Dr. Dawa Samdup, Co-investigator
Integration of Epigenomic, metabolomic and metagenomic profiles of Autistic children (Queens University), Dr. Dawa Samdup co-investigator
The Canadian Neuromuscular Disease Registry. Site Principal Investigator: Drs. R Garth Smith/Michel Melanson. (Funded by: JESSE’S JOURNEY; MARIGOLD FOUNDATION LTD)
An Evaluation of the Long-Term Effectiveness of Spasticity Interventions in Children with Cerebral Palsy CIHR Funded (Closes 2016; Was from 2009-2016): Dr. R Garth Smith, Site Principal Investigator