Education

Concurrent C Sessions

Tuesday, June 2, 2020
3:30 - 5:00 pm


C1-SUPPORTING POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION WITH TECHNOLOGY

Interactions of Postsecondary Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities In College Classrooms
Karen Douglas, PhD, Radford University
Yun-Ching Chung, PhD, Illinois State University
Whitney Idol, PhD, Radford University

Assistive Technology Supports for Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Students: Reflections on Year One
Meghan G. Blaskowitz, DrPH, MOT, Duquesne University
Alia Pustorino-Clevenger, EdD, Duquesne University
Fran Serenka, EdD, Duquesne University
Rachel Carretta, Duquesne University
Morgan Cargiulo, Duquesne University
Jayme Kraft, Duquesne University
Colton Vazquez, Duquesne University
Ben & Amy Guthrie

Technology Usage in Pennsylvania's Inclusive Postsecondary Programs: Seeking Equity in Access and Application
Ann Marie Licata, PhD, Vocational Supports for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Kathryn M. Burke, PhD, Temple University
Meghan G. Blaskowitz, DrPH, MOT, Duquesne University
Alia Pustorino-Clevenger, EdD, Duquesne University


C2-DEVELOPING NEW ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR CHILDREN

Nisonger Child Behavior Rating Form, 2nd Edition
Kelsey Bush, The Ohio State University
Marc J. Tassé, PhD, FAAIDD, The Ohio State University

Developing New Tools to Track Treatment Related Changes in Intellectual Disability: iBehavior
David Hessl, PhD, University of California, Davis
Haleigh Scott, PhD, University of California, Davis

Validating a New Visual Screening Tool for Autism Among Low Income and Ethnic Minority Children
Carrie Coffield, PhD, FAAIDD, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Jill Harris, PhD, Children's Specialized Hospital


C3-EMERGING SIS RESEARCH, POLICY, AND PRACTICE

Support Intensity Scales: The Latest in Research, Policy, and Practice!
James Thompson, PhD, FAAIDD
Karrie A. Shogren, PhD, FAAIDD, University of Kansas
Virginia L. Walker, PhD, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Colleen Kidney, PhD, Human Service Research Institute
Megan Villwock, PhD, Human Service Research Institute
Melinda R. Snodgrass, PhD, Illinois State University
Mayumi Hagiwara, PhD, University of Kansas


C4-PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH WITH TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTS

Using Technology to Promote Mental Health
Yona Lunsky, PhD, FAAIDD, University of Toronto and Centre For Addiction and Mental Health
Susan M. Havercamp, PhD, FAAIDD, The Ohio State University
Brianne Redquest, PhD, and Centre For Addiction and Mental Health
Nicole Bobbette, University of Toronto and Centre For Addiction and Mental Health
Jill Hollway, PhD, The Ohio State University
Renee Cameto, PhD, SRI International


C5-UNDERSTANDING THE DATA ON TECHNOLOGY USE

Considering Technology Across Services for People with IDD by Establishing a "Technology First" Movement
Joseph Mancini, MA, The Arc of Philadelphia

Promoting Data-Driven Decisions by Combining and Analyzing Medicaid, National Core Indicators, and Supports Intensity Scale Datasets
Seb Prohn, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Parthy Dinora, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Matthew Bogenschutz, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Michael Broda, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University

A National Profile of Technology Use in Medicaid 1915(C) Waivers
Stacy Nonnemacher, PhD, Pennsylvania Office of Developmental Disabilities
Kate Verstreate, MPH, Drexel University
Lindsay Shea, DrPH, Drexel University

State of the Science: Research Trends in Technology and Cognitive Disability
Shea Tanis, PhD, FAAIDD, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus
Kimberly Wolowiec-Fisher, PhD, Arizona State University


C6-ISSUE BRIEF – RESEARCH

A systematic review of the Patient-centered Medical Home for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Rebecca Wells, PhD, University of Georgia
Bethany Tompkins, MSW, University of Georgia

Access to Technology and Living Arrangements Amongst People with IDD
Eric Lam, MPH, Human Services Research Institute
Julie Bershadsky, PhD, Human Services Research Institute

Awareness of Pain in Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Japan
Satomi Shinde, PhD, University of Wisconsin - River Falls
Haruyuki Yoshinaga, MD, PhD, Kojika Medical Care Center and Hiroshima University of Economics
Chantel Barney, PhD, Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare
Lara Genik, PhD, University of Guelph
Kumiko Aso, PhD, Nihon University

Days Spent at Home as an Outcome Measure for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
William Mills, MD, Brightspring Health Services
Kendall Law, Brightspring Health Services
Ronald Boyd, Brightspring Health Services
Wes Conkrite, Brightspring Health Services
Shauen Howard, DHA, MSN, Brightspring Health Services
Susan Sender, Brightspring Health Services
Robert Barnes, Brightspring Health Services

Evidence-based Intervention to Promote the Competitive Integrated Employment of Youth and Adults with IDD: What Do We Know in Research, Policy, and Practice
Josh Taylor, MEd, Virginia Commonwealth University
Lauren Avellone, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Paul Wehman, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Vicki Brooke, MEd, Virginia Commonwealth University

Inclusive Methods for Engaging Adults Aging with IDD Throughout the Research Process
Victoria Knoke, MSW, University of Wisconsin- Madison
Allison D'Aguilar, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Alisa Jordan Sheth, PhD, Pacific University

A Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Assessing the Health Communication Technology Needs of Adults Living with Intellectual Disability: The Peoples Individualized Communication Technology Project (PICT)
Allison D'Aguilar, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University

Lining up: Using Instant Messenger to Enhance Peer Support among Siblings of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities with Asian Roots
I-Chen Hsieh, National Taiwan Normal University
Chun-Yu “Caya” Chiu, PhD, National Taiwan Normal University
Chu-an Huang, MSoc, Yu-cheng Social Welfare Foundation
Hsiao-ling Huang, MSoc, Yu-cheng Social Welfare Foundation

Speech and Language Therapy Use by Children and Youth with Down Syndrome Over Time and Across Sectors
Munazza Tahir, MA, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and University of Ottawa
John D. McLennan, PhD, MD, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and University of Calgary
Casey Fulford, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and University of Ottawa
Sophia Hrycko, PhD, MD, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and University of Ottawa
Virginie Cobigo, PhD, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and University of Ottawa

The Development of Brief Culturally Competent Online PRT Training Modules for Young Children With ASD
Robin Dodds, PhD, California State University at Los Angeles

The Pathway from Inclusive Education to Post-School Success: An Analysis of National Data and Strategies for Stakeholders
Josh Taylor, MEd, Virginia Commonwealth University
Colleen Thoma, PhD, FAAIDD, Virginia Commonwealth University
Holly Whittenburg, Virginia Commonwealth University


 

C7-POSTER SYMPOSIA – HEALTH

A Program to Increase Physical Activity Participation and Decrease Sedentary Behavior in Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
Cynthia Potter, DPT, FAAIDD, Merakey, Inc.

A Tiered Model for Interpersonal and Intimate Relationship Education
Rhonda Black, EdD, University of Hawaii
Rebecca Kammes, PhD, Michigan State University

The Impact of Vulnerability on How Parents Teach Relationship Education to Adults with Intellectual Disability
Rebecca Kammes, PhD, Michigan State University
Marisa Fisher, PhD, Michigan State University
Rhonda Black, EdD, University of Hawaii 

Being Down with Meditation: The Mediating Effects of Meditation on Down Syndrome
Joseph Tloczynski, PhD, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Does Mental Health Treatment Affect Quality of Life for Individuals with Intellectual Disability?
Terrie Haggey, MA, Chatham University
Anthony J. Goreczny, PhD, Chatham University

Four Decades of Diagnostic Overshadowing: What Do We Actually Know?
Kristin Dell'Armo, MA, MAT, The Ohio State University
Marc J. Tassé, PhD, FAAIDD, The Ohio State University

Health-related Quality of Life (HRQoL) for Persons with IDD: Conceptual and Measurement Issues
Lauren Clark, PhD, University of California – Los Angeles
Margorie A. Pett, DSW, MStat, University of Utah
Jia-wen Guo, PhD, University of Utah
Beth Cardell, PhD, University of Utah
Erin Johnson, PhD, University of Utah
Nichole Guerra, MS, DBA, The Resource Exchange

Working with Young Adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions to Develop a Peer Mentoring Intervention
Ariel Schwartz, PhD, Boston University
Jesse Corey, Boston University
Timur Gizatullin, Boston University
Alix Herer, Boston University
Marianne Mahoney, Boston University
Jessica Kramer, PhD, University of Florida
Kathleen McDonald, PhD, Syracuse University

A Multi-Component Technology-Based Intervention to Promote Independent Performance of Resistance Exercise Tasks in a Community Fitness Centers by Adults with ID 
Iva Obrusnikova, PhD University of Delaware
Albert R. Cavalier, PhD, University of Delaware
Ashleigh M. Blair, University of Delaware
Cora J. Firkin, University of Delaware
Richard R. Suminski, PhD, University of Delaware