ADHD for teens 13-17 yrs old
Dear Parent or Caregiver,
We are conducting a clinical research study of an investigational medication for adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17 diagnosed with ADHD. As you may know, ADHD can have a significant effect on a student’s ability to learn and to perform required functions.
ADHD is a behavioral syndrome characterized by being off task, difficulty remembering information, difficulty concentrating, trouble organizing and procrastination. Such behaviors in teens with ADHD whether minimum or extreme can cause embarrassment, impair learning, happiness and development.
Dr. Laurence Radin of the Neurological Group is conducting this study with Coastal Connecticut Research, Dr. Jennifer Selden and Andrea Bartels, APRN. We are inviting parents or care givers and their teenager to participate in this clinical research study of an investigational medication for ADHD.
There is no cost for the study medications or the study related assessments, no insurance is needed. Qualified participates may receive study-related psychological evaluations and compensation for time and travel up to $350. If you are interested to have your adolescent participate please call and one of our research coordinators will explain the details of the clinical research study to you. We can evaluate if your teen pre-qualifies for an evaluation.
If you would like to find out more about the ADHD study call (860) 443-4557.