My name is Eileen Cody and I am an occupational therapy student from Elizabethtown College and am in the process of completing an Honors in the Discipline research project. I have been in contact with Carol and she has agreed to help me further with my interest.
My primary research question is as follows :
Within the field of neurorehabilitation within occupational therapy, how is technology being used during the intervention process?
Secondary research questions are as follows:
What areas are therapists using the applications and smart technology in?
Where do therapists see a need for the future use of applications and smart technology in treatment?
As a visitor to this blog I am asking for your help by completing the survey embedded in the link below. If you wish to participate please complete the survey by 3/20/14.
Thank you in advance for your help.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact Eileen Cody at 315 – 491 – 8803 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Angela Salvadia at email@example.com.
Questions or concerns about your rights as a research participant should be directed to Elizabethtown College Institutional Review Board at (717) 361-3740 or the IRB submission coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Carol Leynse Harpold, MS, OTR/L, SCLV, ATP, CATIS
OTR/L with more than 35 years experience in pediatrics, school based therapy and adult rehabilitation. Masters of Science in Adaptive Education/Assistive Technology with 20 years experience in AT in education of elementary, middle school, secondary, post secondary students and work environments for adult clients. A RESNA Assistive Technology Practitioner with ACVREP CATIS credentials, AOTA Specialty Certification in Low Vision, USC Davis Executive Certificate in Home Modifications, servicing adults and students with disabilities in employment, education, and home environments.
A 2020 graduate of the University of Alabama Birmingham Low Vision Certification Program.
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