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Early Developmental Screening & Home-based Early Interventions Project EMMA

Early Markers Movement Analyzer (EMMA)

We are developing a home-based early developmental screening tool and home-based early intervention solution. EMMA will utilize observational video data of infants in the crib and on the floor, obtained continually over long periods of time to determine developmental trajectories. The parent-led play activities can be individualized by analyzing the child’s movement data and automatically identifying progress towards developmental milestones. This work is partly funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (HD095783).

We have an ongoing study, approved by WSU IRB #17893, to establish feasibility of EMMA. Details can be found here

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