KAW Story Project


  • KAW Story is a clinical trial aimed at helping kindergarten children who have developmental language disorder (DLD) to learn new words through an interactive book reading treatment
  • Participants must be eligible for kindergarten and have weaknesses in language
  • First, children complete educational assessments to determine if they qualify for the full study
  • Children who qualify for the training portion of the study will be taught 30 new words by listening to an adult read 5 different storybooks and engaging in activities with the books 

Interested in learning more about the KAW Story project? Click here to enter your contact information. Someone from our lab will get in touch with more details!

**If the link to the form doesn't work, please send your name and contact information to wrdlrng@ku.edu or text 913-730-0222 and we'll send you more information. Thanks!**

For questions, contact:
Mollee Pezold
Project Coordinator


Consent Form (Web Version)

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