The world’s first large-scale, multisite randomized controlled trial, the CHAMP Study directly compares four different forms of pediatric constraint-induced movement therapy. The different therapy protocols vary in intensity of therapy and in the type of constraint used. Children range from two to eight years old. This study will ultimately follow the progress of 135 children for 12 months after therapy. In addition to our research clinic, the study sites include the University of Virginia, led by Dr. Richard Stevenson, and the Ohio State University, led by Dr. Jane Case-Smith. This $4.2-million study is funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at the National Institutes of Health. To learn more, you can download the CHAMP Study flyer, which has contact information for three sites: Roanoke, Virginia; Columbus, Ohio; and Charlottesville, Virginia.