RSIG Research Day
Research Special Interest Group Conference
Every year, the Research Special Interest Group presents a research day at the OADD conference on Developmental Disabilities.
The objectives of the RSIG meeting are:
- To update research advances in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities and exchange information regarding ongoing research activities.
- To provide opportunity for networking and collaboration for researchers and students with an interest in intellectual/developmental disabilities from across the province
- To discuss ways to stimulate interest and support for research at the level of institutions, governments, and research funding bodies.
We accept posters, presentations, and symposia from professional and student researchers from diverse disciplines interested in intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Conference theme for 2018 is:
Research that Includes: Toward more Inclusive Approaches with Persons who have Developmental Disabilities
RSIG Conference Schedule April 13th, 2018
|8:30||–||9:15||Poster 1 (judging)|
|9:25||–||9:45||Data Blitz 1|
|9:45||–||11:00||Keynote and Discussion:
Nothing About Us Without Us! That Includes Research!
Peter Park in Conversation with Sue Hutton
Music and Autism: A Strengths-Based Approach to Studying Cognition and Emotion Perception
Hadas Dahary, Shalini Sivathasan, Charlotte Rimmer & Eve-Marie Quintin, Mc Gill University
Training in Developmental Disabilities in Canadian Psychiatry Residency Programs
Rob Nicolson & Sarah O’Flanagan, Western University
Creating a ‘Wellness Resource’: Understanding Health and Wellness Goals for Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Yani Hamdani & Amy McPherson, Bloorview Research Institute, University of Toronto
|1:15||–||1:45||Data Blitz 2|
A Systematic Review of Post-Secondary Transition Interventions for Youth and Disabilities
Sally Lindsay, De-Lawrence Lamptey, Elaine Cagliostr, Dilakshan Srikanthan, Neda Mortaji & Leora Karon, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital; University of Toronto
Income Security Among People with Intellectual Disabilities: Comparing Strengths-based and Traditional Employment Services
Kelly Carr, Laura Chittle, Nancy Wallace-Gero, Sean Horton, Patricia Weir & Chad A. Sutherland, APEX Research Group, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario; Community Living Essex County
Individually Funded Services and Supports in Ontario: What’s Available and How is it Working
Barry Isaacs, Frances MacNeil & Amelia McIntrye, Surrey Place Centre
The Use of Focus Groups to Engage Persons with Intellectual Disabilities in Research and Knowledge Mobilization Processes
Virginie Cobigo, Lynne A. Potvin, Hajer Chalghoumi, Rawad Mcheimech, Casey Fulford & Natasha Plourde, University of Ottawa
Nuts and Bolts of Health Care for Direct Support Professionals
Mais Malhas, Erin Orr, Lauren Zaretsky, Janet Durbin & Yona Lunsky, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; Ryerson University
|4:00||–||4:30||Awards; Closing Remarks|
|4:30||–||5:15||Poster 2; wine and cheese|