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.
Libby Hladik has been accepted to present the READI Curriculum at the 2nd COTEC-ENOTHE Congress in September
Congratulations to lab member Libby Hladik! Libby has been accepted to present on our work on developing the READI (Research Engagement and Advocacy for Diverse Individuals) Curriculum and what we learned in shifting to a …May 7, 2021
Brittany St. John has been awarded the Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowship from the Waisman Center for the 2021-2022 Academic Year
Brittany St. John has been awarded the Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowship from the Waisman Center for the 2021-2022 academic year. The Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowships program was created in 1997 through the foresight and generosity …May 7, 2021
My name is Maryann Gonzalez and I am 56 years old. I am a part of Special Olympics Florida and have been for 48 years. I have done data entry and work with athlete leadership …May 3, 2021
Hello, my name is Steve Woodard, and I live in Portage, Wisconsin. I will be 42 in April, and I am a Special Olympic Wisconsin athlete and an athlete leader. I have been in Special …April 1, 2021
Students Supporting Students: UW-Madison’s Occupational Therapy Student Collaborative Learning with Parenting and Pregnant Adolescents in Madison
Last week, our Ausderau lab members had the opportunity to share the work that they do in the School Aged Parenting Program (SAPAR). They described the ongoing collaboration between SAPAR in Madison Metropolitan School District …March 12, 2021
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