Welcome to Ausderau Lab!
We are a lab coordinated by Karla Ausderau in the department of Kinesiology – Occupational Therapy. Our research focuses on studying daily occupations, specifically eating and mealtimes, among families and children with autism spectrum disorders to elucidate the impact on the child’s health, family wellness, and overall daily participation.
Hello! Happy March! Welcome to the Health Research Advocacy and Engagement Blog! On this blog, we will post monthly updates highlighting exciting news, and research opportunities. We encourage you to check back at the beginning of each month to hear what’s going on in the Ausderau Research Lab! You can also …March 1, 2021
We have exciting news! Congratulations to Kathryn Bach for passing her NBCOT! Kathryn has been in our research lab while getting her Master’s in Occupational Therapy at UW-Madison, and she has recently graduated.What’s next for …February 12, 2021
We were fortunate to have Kayte Barton, a Special Olympics Athlete from Minnesota, be a part of our development team for READI, Research Engagement and Advocacy for Diverse Individuals. READI is a 4-day workshop that …December 17, 2020
Megan, Natalie, Alison, and Steve Present at the 2020 Virtual Self-Determination Conference! Congratulations!
Congratulations to Megan Gray, Natalie Dulaney, Alison Mushett, Steve Woodard, and the rest of the team for their presentation today at the 2020 Virtual Self-Determination Conference put on by the Board for People with Developmental …October 28, 2020
Check out the great work that Cole Cleworth is doing to raise money for Special Olympics through polar plunges! All it took to raise this much money was asking in a polite way. Here is …October 28, 2020
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