2015 Annual American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Conference
Six Occupational Therapy Students and two faculty members attend the American Occupational Therapy Annual Conference in Nashville in April!
Rachel Grady, Jacqueline Cohen, and Alexandra Roscoe attended the Assembly of Student Delegates Meeting
Kailee Collins presented Animal-Assisted Therapy: Motives and Rewards, a research study conducted with her mentor Dr. Kerryellen Vroman
Jennifer Lange presented Promoting Social Interaction Skills to Influence Employment for Older Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders, a research study conducted with her mentor Dr. Lou Ann Griswold
Alanna Young presented Factors Supporting Social Participation and Friendships for Older Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Their Peers, a research study conducted with her mentor Dr. Lou Ann Griswold
Dr. Kerryellen Vroman presented an AOTA sponsored session, Primary Care and Children & Youth With Obesity: A Call for Action with colleagues from around the country.
Dr. Vroman also presented Occupational Therapy in China: Then and Now, with colleagues from around the globe.
Dr. Lou Ann Griswold presented Observed Social Interaction: Implications for Planning Occupation-Based Interventions with colleagues from around the country.
Dr. Griswold also presented Assessing the Discrepancy Between Observed and Self-Reported Occupational Performance: Implications for Intervention with her colleagues.