Please join AOTF June 22 2021 6- PM EST for an enlightening virtual discussion on the meaningful roles, positive impacts and improved outcomes of stakeholder engagement in research. The panelists will share their unique stories as stakeholders, exploring the practices, opportunities, barriers and benefits of stakeholder participation in, and throughout the research process. Including the Voice of the Lived Experience is Essential to Building Evidence That Works. Live Q&A to follow
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All event proceeds will support the AOTF Intervention Research Grant a distinct early-stage research grant that is helping OT build new evidence for practice. As a philanthropic gift to AOTF, your ticket may be tax deductible to the extent of the law.
2 Contact Hours have been approved for this event by AOTA & NBCOT
Dr Stephen Shore: Professor at Adelphi University and Adjunct at NYU focusing on aligning best practice in supporting autistic people to lead fulfilling and productive lives.
Anna Perng: A disabled Asian American advocate, founder of the Chinatown Disability Advocacy Project and parent to two children with disabilities.
Pamela Quinn: Professional dancer, choreographer and founder of the PD Movement Lab, an innovative educational tool designing new approaches to increase mobility and physical freedom for PwP. Dr. Kimberly
Anderson-Erisman: Professor at Case Western Reserve University and President of the North American Spinal Cord Injury Consortium whose research focuses on bridging the gap between basic science, clinical science, and the public community living with spinal cord injury.