Chloe Lane is studying for a Ph.D. at the University of Sheffield. She is looking for both children and adults with Sotos to take part in a research project to find out about the cognitive abilities of individuals with Sotos Syndrome.

The study will involve using a number of different tasks to measure abilities such as remembering information, understanding a conversation and making patterns.

All individuals who take part will be given detailed feedback about how well they performed in each of the tasks and this report can be given to teachers, employers or anyone else who would benefit from having a clear understanding of the cognitive strengths and weaknesses of the affected person.

She is hoping to recruit as many people as possible so that we can gain a really good understanding of the cognitive profile of Sotos syndrome. Once the research has finished, she intends to produce a detailed overview of the findings which can then be given to schools. This will help teachers to understand what to expect from a typical Sotos child when they first start school or move to a different school. For more information or to take part please click here. You can also email Chloe who will be happy to answer any questions: clane2@sheffield.ac.uk.

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