MSOT Student Research Posters

MSOT Eleventh  Annual Student Poster Presentations. May 8, 2017

The UW-Madison OT Program held the 2017 MSOT Student Poster Presentations. The research poster session is the capstone event for their research. MSOT students presented their posters. Certificate of contact hours for attendance are available upon request from the OT department.

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2017 Presenter Poster Title
Colleen Althoff, Kate Dorrance, Molly Hamre Feeding Challenges in Children with ASD and the Relationship with Parent and Child Outcomes
Caitlin Rhoten, Brittany Baumler The Relationship Between family Income and Unmet Therapy Needs Among Children with Functional Limitations
Rose Brenner Expanding the Children’s Kitchen Task Assessment to Three Tasks: Examining Task Reliability
Danielle Cruise, Brittany Lowen The Effects of Adapted Fitness on Community Participation
Caitlin Dammann, Sarah Hope The Feeding Assessment for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Confirmatory Factor Analysis
Courtney Engel, Aubrey Fisher, Robyn Geist, Kristin Lillie, Sagui Lutman Balance & Daily Living Skills in Autism
Noreen Jeglum, Chloe Shmays Assessing Fidelity of Motivational interviewing in 5Minutes4Myself Program for Caregivers of Children with ASD
Victoria Larkin, Braeden Padesky The Menu Task: Do Errors Predict Performance of instrumental Activities of Daily Living?
Katie Little, Christina Spiewak Balance in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adults vs. Typically Hearing Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study
Timothy Marks, Sarah Maloney, Adeola Solaru A Comparison of Performance-Based Measures of Functional Cognition
Sarah Achterhof, Brandon Hicks Proximity of Participants to Research: Representation of Rural Older Adults with Parkinson Disease