2012-07-31

Research

List of completed research studies

  1. General Rehabilitation

  2. Visual Impairment

  3. Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

  4. Combined Vision and Hearing Loss

  5. Motor Impairment

  6. Communication Disorders



General Rehabilitation

Lach, Rothwel, Rousseau, Breau, Ruiz-Casares, Amar, Ives, Hanley, Anaby, Sladeczek, Ghosh, Rosenbaum, Kohen & Nicholas, Poverty and Ethno-cultural Diversity as the Context for Parenting and Service Access for Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Montreal, Quebec

Snider, Steven, Roy, Cachecho, Croce, Li, Nguyen & Zeng, "Camp en Route": Towards an Optimal Independence Program for Adolescents with Physical Disabilities

Grasso & Kehayia, Inclusive Evaluation Procedure of the Improvement Proposed by Researchers, based on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) of the World Health Organization


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Visual Impairment

Bergevin, Scully, Ferraresi & Wittich, Intensive Pre-Employability Training Program for Visually Impaired Individuals

Ptito & Gagnon, The Taste Abilities of the Blind

Crollen, Collignon & Lepore, A Study on the representation of space in blind persons

Mulrooney & Wittich, The Effect of the Day Center on the Physical and Psychological Well-being of Older Adults with Vision Impairment

Crandall, Bentzen, Cioffi, Myers, Wanet-Defalque & Wittich, Development and testing of new Way-finding Systems for people with disabilities when traveling in a complex shopping center

Overbury, Wittich & Wanet-Defalque, The Montreal Barriers Study

Boxerman, Wittich & Overbury, The Relationship between Charles Bonnet Syndrome, Depression and Mild Cognitive Impairment in Seniors with Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Duponsel & Overbury, Perceptual Changes and Psychological Adjustment to Retinitis Pigmentosa

Desjardins, Tremblay & Mazer, Improving Visual Skills in Children with Cortical Visual Impairment

Duponsel & Overbury, “Progressive Visual Field Loss in Patients with Retinitis Pigmentosa: A Chart Review Study.”

McGraw, Déry & Wittich, “Fall Prevention through the Visual Impairment Detection Program”


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Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

Zeitouni, Alobaid & Leroux, The Prevalence of Dizziness after Cochlear Implantation

Leroux, Mailhot, Ratelle & Zabihaylo, The Development of a New Audible Pedestrian Signal for the Visually Impaired

Nussbaum, Pilon & Wittich, “A Multicultural Intervention Model for Hearing-Impaired Children, Ages 0-5”


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Combined Vision and Hearing Loss

Wittich, Gendron, Southall & Gagné, Dual Sensory Impairment or Deaf-blindness: A Survey of Rehabilitation Professionals

Wittich, Watanabe & Gagné, “Dual Sensory Rehabilitation in the Montreal Area: Who Are Our Clients?”

Westaway, Wittich & Overbury, “The Level of Burden/depression in Caregivers of Spouses/Partners with Sensory Impairment”

Evers, Barber & Wittich, “Telephone Accessibility for Dual Sensory Impairment: A Case Study”


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Motor Impairment

Lach, Parenting Matters! The Biopsychosocial Context of Parenting Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NDD) in Canada

Jasmin, Joly & Tétreault, An ecosystem-based evaluation of the needs of dyspraxic children in order to facilitate their social participation and their self-realization

Anaby, Cormier, Korner-Bitensky, Law & Wittich, Focus on Participation for Children and Youth with Disabilities: Enhancing Therapy Practice through a Guided Knowledge Translation Process

Anaby, Barudin, Doyle, Gauvin, Koshlyakova & Osseiran, Barriers & Facilitators to Utilization of Pediatric Rehabilitation Services by Immigrant Families: A Descriptive Case Study

Snider, Litowski & Hamel-Hebert, Improving Health Service Delivery during Transition to Adulthood for Youth with Spina Bifida and their Families: An Integrated KT Project

Miller & Field, Paediatric Participation Outcomes for Wheelchair Evaluation in Rehabilitation (POWER) Mobility Development of a Toolkit of Measures - Phase 1 Delphi Survey

Mazer, Lecker & Bachand, Social Interaction and Leisure Participation in Children with Motor Impairments who use a Powered Wheelchair

Montpetit & Ryan, Development of an Indicator of the Impact of Assistive Devices on Children and their Families

Daniel & Senecal, “The CO-OP Approach: A Novel Behaviour Therapy for Drooling in Children”


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Communication Disorders

Rvachew & Erdos, Comparison of Alternative Prepractice Conditions in the Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech using a Single Subject Randomization Design




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