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February 2019

Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

February 26
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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March 2019

Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

March 12
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

March 26
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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April 2019

Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

April 9
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

April 23
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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May 2019

Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

May 7
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

May 21
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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June 2019

Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

June 4
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

June 18
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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July 2019

Family Experiences with Wandering (“FEW”) Study- Research Opportunity

July 2
Online, United States + Google Map
Free

Dear Parent, As many parents know all too well, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be prone to wandering, or “bolting,” away from adult supervision. Our team of researchers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York believes that when it comes to protecting children with ASD, knowledge is power. That’s why we are committed to conducting research that will improve our understanding of wandering and help us learn how to keep kids with ASD safe. But we can’t…

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