|Time||DAY 1: Tuesday, April 23, 2019|
Charlie Lakin and John Tschida
Moderator: Jae Kennedy
|Concurrent Session 1a. Employment|
NIDILRR Funded Initiatives to Promote Vocational outcomes for people with psychiatric disabilities: Looking back four decades and into the future
Presenter: Sally Rodgers
|Concurrent Session 1b. Health and Function |
Results from the 2018 National Survey on Health Reform and Disability
Presenter Noelle Kurth
1. How do you demonstrate outcomes that are beneficial/useful to NIDILRR in demonstrating agency effectiveness?
2. Requirements to publicly share data.
3. Approaches or strategies to fulfilling sample size goals on NIDILRR funding projects.
|Concurrent Session 2a. Community Participation
1. Is having a plan enough? Assessing the quality of ADA transition plans for the public right-of-way in a random sample of US communities. 2. Integrating community capital resources in local governments and advancing sustainable accessibility of communities. 3. Improving access to health care services and facilities for people with disabilities. 4. Roles of Peer Mentors in Supporting Employment for Persons with Physical Disabilities: A Scoping Review.
Presenters: Eisenberg, Y.; Sternadori, R.; Ordway, A.; Erlich-Jones, L.
|Concurrent Session 2b. Health and Function papers|
1. Comparing Disparities in Social Determinants of Health Using ACS and Washington Group Short Set Questions; 2. Federal Expenditures for Working Age People with Disabilities in Fiscal Year 2014. 3. Prediction of cause-specific mortality after spinal cord injury. 4. Promoting the use of a web-based platform to provide targeted KT with infographics and county level data
Presenters: Lauer, E.; Livermore, G.; Cao, Y.; and Boege. S.
|Concurrent Session 3a. Community Participation
1) Panel: The Peer Academic Supports for Success Peer Coaching Intervention; 2)Paper: School and Work trajectories of Young Adults with SMHC
Presenters: Amanda Costa & Emma Pici-DOttavio
|Concurrent Session 3b. Employment
1. Promoting youth transition: Using data-driven practices to expand the evidence base; 2. New Resources to Inform Selection of Workplace Accommodations; 3. Understanding differential workplace experiences and perceptions of federal employees with disabilities and their relationship to agency practices. 4. Findings from the Universal Design Practices to Enhance Work Outcomes Project
Presenters: Honeycutt, T.; Milchus, K; von Schrader, S.; Milchus, K.
2. With a little help from our friends: Community-based program adaptation of an evidence-based program to improve participation for adults aging with long-term physical disabilities. Minor, B.
3. Improving assessment of opioid use disorder in persons with disabilities. Mallery, C.
4. Design and implementation of an RERC state of the science conference. Meade, M.
5. Why participatory research produces better knowledge. Cupples, L.
6. Satisfying data sharing requirements by using ICPSR. Redman, S.
7. Research on family caregiving support in the U.S.: A strategic plan. Abdelrahim, R.
8. The burden of out-of-pocket health care expenses before and after transitioning to Medicare coverage. Wong, J.
9. Small business, big impact: Research brief on small business and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Mullin, C.
10. Mixed methods research: Developing tools to support ADA implementation (Title I) in small business. Chang, V.
11. RRTC on Community Living: Key findings. Anderson, L.
12. Empowerment through education and employment: A demonstration project with refugees with disabilities in Illinois. Hasnain, R., Murthy, S., Duke, K., Mirza, M., and Abdelrahim, R.
13. Evaluating the effectiveness of a serious game to enhance self-management skills among adolescents and young adults with spinal cord dysfunction. Meade, M.
14. Accessible Health: Research brief on healthcare access for people with disabilities and the ADA. Parker-Harris, S., Gould,R., Mullin, C., and Caldwell, K.
15. Findings on public participation based on a systematic review of ADA transition plans. Heider, A., Eisenberg, Y., Gould,R., and Jones, R.
|Time||DAY 2: Wednesday, April 24, 2018|
Marianne Farkas, Challenges and Opportunities of KT
Mark Harniss, KT in the Prison System
Marsha Ellison and Catherine Fowler, KT and Transition
|Concurrent Session 4a. Employment |
1. Recent trends in Health Insurance Coverage for Workers with Disabilities; 2. Reclaiming Employment: Advancing entrepreneurship for Mental Health Service Users; 3. MH disorders among adults with CP: A cohort study of privately-insured beneficiaries
Presenters: Hill, A., Ostrow, L.; Peterson, M.
|Concurrent Session 4b. Community Participation Panel|
Results from the National Research Center for Parents with Disabilities
Presenter: Powell, Namkung, Nicholson
NARRTC BEST PAPER AWARD FINALISTS PANEL
|BUFFET LUNCH, ACL/NIDILRR PANEL, NARRTC AWARDS|
12.30pm Buffet Lunch
12.45pm ACL Presentation
1.00pm NIDILRR Panel
2.00pm NARRTC Awards
In-Person Workshop on Outreach to Policymakers. What strategies are best for reaching out to share research information with state and national policymakers? The Center on Knowledge Translation for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (KTDRR), NARRTC, and AIR will sponsor a free post-Conference workshop for NIDILRR grantees on Thursday morning, April 25, 2019, at The Ritz-Carlton. Bobby Silverstein from Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville PC will present research-based strategies for networking and sharing research results with representatives on Capitol Hill and in grantees home states. Restrictions on lobbying will also be addressed.