Attending SSO:USA

Five members of the Ausderau Lab pose at the SSO Conference.









Members from our lab recently attended the Society for the Study of Occupation: USA (SSO:USA) Annual Research Conference in St. Louis. Co-researchers at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the Ausderau Lab presented on a variety of projects included below:

Two members of the Ausderau Lab stand in front of their poster.

Understanding Occupational Success for Teen Moms- A Qualitative Study“, poster by Sophia Banez and Clara Mack. 

Differences Between Self- and Proxy-Report for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities“, presentation by Allison Caudill.

Participation for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: How Parents and Support Staff Respectfully Facilitate“, presentation by Libby Hladik and Allison Caudill.

Two members of the Ausderau Lab at the SSO Conference

Benefits and Challenges of Telehealth Feeding Intervention for Autistic Children”, presentation by Libby Hladik.

The Relationship Between Sensory Subtypes and Adaptive Behavior in Autistic Children 6-18 Years Old“, presentation by Sabrina Kabakov. 

A member of the Ausderau Lab presenting at the SSO Conference