The Rehabilitation Science Program represented UF in New Orleans for the American Occupational Therapy Association’s 2019 Annual Conference and Expo on April 4-7. Three RSD students, Jaewon Kang, Marci Schneider and Sharon Medina, received travel awards on behalf of the RSD program and presented their research at the conference.
Jaewon and Marci were selected as “young scientists” – they were chosen out of more than 300 research posters and completed 15-minute presentations on their work, followed by a brief Q&A. Sharon also presented multiple posters during the conference.
See their poster and talk titles below.
“Mentors act as co-regulators for college students whose occupations are constrained by learning disability and/or attention disorders”
“Multidimensional strategies for overcoming time-related challenges of transition-age students with learning and attention disorders”
“Multidimensional approaches for addressing time-related challenges of transition-age individuals with learning and attention disorders”
“A scoping review of the relationship between grasp handwriting performance in school-age children”
“Validity and Reliability of the Korean Version of the Activities of Daily Living (ADL)- Focused Occupation-Based Neurobehavioral Evaluation (A-ONE)”