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Child ADHD Classroom Research Study (Maitland)

Is your child easily distracted? Hyper or impulsive? Having trouble following rules? Or, struggling to complete tasks? If your child is experiencing these symptoms or has already been diagnosed with ADHD, learn more about a medical research study evaluating an investigational study drug for children 6 to 12 years of age. This medical research study […]

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Child ADHD Video Game Clinical Trial (Maitland)

Does your child have ADHD & like to play video games? Florida Clinical Research Center is conducting a non-medication research study to assess the effectiveness of a video game-play program for children.  If your child is 8-12 yrs. old and has ADHD, call Florida Clinical Research Center.  Compensation available for qualified participants. A few Symptoms […]

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A novel treatment plan for ADHD is currently being evaluated in clinical research trials

Have you ever considered giving your child or grandchild a video game with the intent to improve their cognitive skills, multitasking abilities, and attention span? It likely sounds a bit counterintuitive to most parents. It sounds even more peculiar if the video game isn’t just off the shelf of a big box store, but is […]

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Clinical Research Study for CHILD ADHD With Impulsive Aggression (Maitland)

CHILD ADHD With Impulsive Aggression Florida Clinical Research Center is conducting clinical research studies of investigational medication for children, ages 6-12 yrs. old, who have ADHD with Impulsive Aggression.  Qualified participants may receive investigational study medication, study-related medical exams, and lab tests at no charge. Insurance is not necessary and compensation may be available your […]

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Teen ADHD Clinical Trial (Maitland)

We understand that parenting a teen with ADHD can be incredibly challenging. Attention Deficit Disorder can interfere with family relationships, academic development, peers and extra curricular activities – among others. Some of the more common symptoms associated with the diagnosis are: Easily Distracted Hyper or Impulsive Trouble Following Directions Interrupts Others Does Not listen Declining […]

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