Early Intervention Collaborative Study (EICS)
The Early Intervention Collaborative Study (EICS) is a longitudinal investigation of approximately 190 children with developmental disabilities (Down syndrome, motor impairment, developmental delay) and their families.
Participants entered the study during the infant or toddler years at the time of enrollment in an early intervention program in either Massachusetts or New Hampshire. The current investigation extends through young adulthood (age 23).
This study has been funded from its inception by
Principal Investigator: Penny Hauser-Cram
Drawings by Study Participants