John Wilcox

Phone: (603) 862-5287
Office: Occupational Therapy, Hewitt Hall Rm 113, Durham, NH 03824
John M. Wilcox, Clinical Assistant Professor, Occupational Therapy

Research includes person centered transitioning of adolescents/young adults with ASD/DD/ID into the community, Assistive technology interventions for increased vocational skills of adolescents/young adults with ASD/DD/ID, Assistive technology interventions to increase occupational play and social skills of elementary aged children with ASD.


  • D, Occupational Therapy, Rocky MT Univ of Health Prof
  • M.S., Occupational Therapy, San Jose State University
  • B.S., Occupational Therapy, Syracuse University

Courses Taught

  • OT 444: Living & Doing with Technology
  • OT 710: OT Practice Professional Roles
  • OT 771/871: Enabl Participatn Comm Groups
  • OT 771L: Participation in CommGroup Lab
  • OT 771L/871L: Participation in CommGroup Lab
  • OT 865: OT Practice & Profess Reasning
  • OT 871L: Participation in CommGroup Lab

Selected Publications

Golomski, C., Corvini, M., Kim, B., Wilcox, J., & Valcourt, S. (2022). Aspects of ICT connectivity among older adults living in rural subsidized housing: reassessing the digital divide. JOURNAL OF ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES, 16(1), 17-27. doi:10.1108/JET-12-2020-0052

Arthanat, S., Hong, C., & Wilcox, J. (2020). Determinants of information communication and smart home automation technology adoption for aging-in-place. JOURNAL OF ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES, 14(2), 73-86. doi:10.1108/JET-11-2019-0050

Arthanat, S., Wilcox, J., & Macuch, M. (2019). Profiles and Predictors of Smart Home Technology Adoption by Older Adults. OTJR-OCCUPATION PARTICIPATION AND HEALTH, 39(4), 247-256. doi:10.1177/1539449218813906

Most Cited Publications