On this page, you can find scholarly products, assessments, tools, and other innovations that our faculty would like to share.
The Inventory of Reading Occupations - Adult version (IRO-Adult) and The Inventory of Reading Occupations - Pediatric version (IRO-Pedi)
The SMART Program is a housing transition program designed to help sheltered adults gain needed skills for supported housing.
The Dream Home Assessment (DHA) was created as a functional performance based OT assessment that efficiently enables an occupational therapist to evaluate executive function skills within the mental health population in a non-threatening way. It was inspired by the Build a City (BAC) assessment that was developed in 1975 as a constructive, projective evaluation of social interaction skills for mentally ill clients (Clark, 1999). The DHA measures executive functions in a non-routine, novel activity, which does not require reading.
The Living Independently is For Everyone (LIFE) Program is a metacognitive strategy-training intervention designed to improve shopping performance in adults with intellectual disability secondary to Down syndrome.