The Effect of Parent Created and Parent Implemented Prompting to Increase Daily Living Skills with Children with ADHD
End Date May 30, 2023
Primary Contact Theresa Milberger
Does your child struggle with activities of daily living?
Does your child often skip steps with activities of daily living?
Do you feel your child’s focus is not always there?
Is your child between the ages of 2 and 17?
If you said yes to any of these, please join my study on increasing activities of daily living with children with ADHD. This will require you to create videos of the desired skill and show this video to your child for them to follow.
Inclusion criteria for children: Children must not be able to do the desired skill in full or have a long history of working on the specific skill you want them to learn. Also, children must be 2 and 17 years old and must have a high probability of ADHD (based on a score provided by a rating scale).
Inclusion Criteria for parents: must be over eighteen, have an internet connection, ability to use zoom, and have basic knowledge of computers to record and share sessions.
Length of study: There will be a minimum of five sessions per week and sessions will last up to sixty minutes and the study will last up to 8 weeks.
Purpose of this study: using video prompting (created by parents) to increase the ability to complete activities of daily living skills in full independently.