Presentations 2010

Presentations

Anson, D., & Smith, R. O. (2010, May). Making accessibility accessible: Environmental assessment for ADA and universal design compliance using a combination of high and low technology tools. AOTA 90th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Fernandes, A., & Smith, R. O. (2010, May). SCAN-IT: The Student Campus Accessibility  Needs Inventory Tool. AOTA 90th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Hirshman, A. M. (2010, July). Universal design in education and campus accessibility – Best practices: Overview of pre-conference symposium. 33rd annual AHEAD/PEPNet Conference, Denver CO.

Hirschman, A. M., & Lemke, M. R. (2010, April). Real numbers and implications for interventions: The prevalence of a disability on campus. 2010 President’s Summit on Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Madison, WI.

Hirschman, A. M., & Lemke, M. R. (2010, April). Resources for universal design in higher education including all students. 2010 President’s Summit on Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Madison, WI.

Hirshman, A. M., Lemke, M. R., & Smith, R. O. (2010, May). Accessibility website resources: Access-ed and Access Main Street. AOTA 90th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Hirschman, A. M., Mendonca, R., & Lemke, M. R. (2010, April). Interdisciplinary courses to teach inclusive design for people with disabilities. 2010 President’s Summit on Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Madison, WI.

Hirschman, A. M., & Smith, R. O. (2010, November). Real numbers and the implications for higher education – The prevalence of disability on campus. 13th Annual Accessing Higher Ground: Accessible Media, Web, and Technology Conference, Boulder, CO.

Jennerjohn, C. (2010, March). Development and validation of a decision-assist resource for older homeowners to age in place. 23rd Annual Midwest Dean’s Occupational Therapy Research Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Johnston, M. V., & Tomashek, D. (2010, October). Rehospitalization following inpatient rehabilitation facility care: Description and prediction. ACRM –ASNR Joint Educational Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Mendonca, R. (2010, March). Assessing the consequences of providing the accessibility information to people with disabilities. 23rd Annual Midwest Dean’s Occupational Therapy Research Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Smith, R. O. (2010, June). Clinical applications of QoLT center innovations: Pushing and pulling the technologies into practice. Proceedings of the RESNA 33rd International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Las Vegas, NV.

Smith, R. O., Edyburn, D., & Hirschman, A. (2010, July). UD ITEACH – Universal Design Infusion of Technology and Evaluation for Accessible Campuses of Higher Education. 33rd annual AHEAD/PEPNet Conference, Denver CO.

Smith, R. O., & Mendonca, R. (2010, June). Development and evaluation of a methodology to assess the consequences of providing accessibility information to people with disabilities. Proceedings of the RESNA 33rd International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Las Vegas, NV.

Smith, R. O., & Tomashek, D. (2010, October). Failure of adaptation to multifocal lenses: Longitudinal evidence and implications on falling. ACRM –ASNR Joint Educational Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Smith, R. O., Tomashek, D., & Stalberger, K. (2010, June). Negative effects of technology: Predisposing older adults to falling. Proceedings of the RESNA 33rd International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Las Vegas, NV.

Tomashek, D., & Johnston, M. V. (2010, October). Associations between functional independence and adverse medical outcomes during and after inpatient rehabilitation facility care. ACRM –ASNR Joint Educational Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Tomashek, D., Liegl, K. P., & Smith, R. O. (2010, June). Technology intervention alternatives to multifocal eyeglasses use for reducing the risk of falling. Proceedings of the RESNA 33rd International Conference on Technology and Disability: Research, Design, Practice and Policy, Las Vegas, NV.

Thesis/Dissertation Research Projects

Mendonca, R. (2010). Accessibility labeling and its effect on medical device purchase decisions of consumers with disabilities. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee.

Fernandes, A. (2010). Effects of student needs and universal design information on increasing instructor willingness to implement inclusive course design features. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee.