Impact of Assistive Technology and Environmental Interventions on Function and Living Situation Status With People Who Are Aging With Developmental Disabilities (2002). Hammel, J., Lai, J, & Heller, T. Disability and Rehabilitation, 24(1-3), 93-105.
Reasons For Device Use Among Caregivers of the Frail Elderly (2002). Kane, C., Mann, W.C., Tomita, M. & Nochajski, S.M. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 20(1).
Educating Scholars of Practice: An Approach to Preparing Tomorrow’s Researchers (2002). Hammel, J., Finlayson, M., Kielhofner, G., Helfrich, C. & Peterson, E. Occupational Therapy & Health Care.
Leadership by People with Disabilities in Self-Determination Systems Change (2002). Powers, L.E., Ward, N., Ferris, L., Nelis, T., Ward, M., Wieck, C. & Heller, T. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 13(2), 125-133.
Using Assistive Technology to Maximize Function in Older Adults with Developmental Disabilities (2002), Alvarez, T., Desi-Thalji, M., Wang, J., Budraja, S., Sundar, V. & Malik, C.
This training curriculum provides information and resources on how assistive technologies (AT) and environmental interventions (EI) can address age related changes in function for older adults with I/DD in every day contexts of the home, workplace, and community. The curriculum’s seven modules cover: basic AT-EI products and terminologies; seating, positioning, and mobility; sensory issues; gross and fine motor functioning; communication, cognition, and learning; and the AT_EI delivery process and funding. The training package contains a scripted instructor’s guide and power point slides for the seven modules. It was designed for professionals, para-professionals, and families. The content can be tailored to a 2-hour workshop or multiple sessions.
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Aging and developmental disability: Special issue on current research, programming, and practice implications
Aging and developmental disability: Special issue on current research, programming, and practice implications (2001). Hammel, J., & Nochajski, S. Journal of Occupational and Physical Therapy in Geriatrics, 18(1), 1-4.
Risk factors for injuries and falls among adults with developmental disabilities (2001). Hsieh, K., Heller, T., & Miller, A.B. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 45, 76-82.
Effect of menopause on cognitive performance in women with Down syndrome (2001). Patel, B.N., Seltzer, G.B., Wu, H.S., & Schupf, N. Neuroreport, 12(12), 2659-62.
A Prospective Study of Menopause in Women with Down Syndrome (2001). Seltzer, G.B., Schupf, N. & Wu, H.S. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 45, 1-7.
Health status of mothers of adults with intellectual disability (2001). Chen, S.C., Ryan-Henry, S., Heller, T., & Chen, E.H. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 45(5), 439-449.