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  Title Center Fiscal Year Name/Contact Info
21st Century After School Program Evaluations NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Lisa St. Clair
402-559-3023
After school programs are provided by local school districts. This project evaluates the outcomes of smaller rural after school programs and school programs run by two Native American tribes. The programs include those in Madison, Santee and Plattsmouth Nebraska.
A Mult-Center, Open-Label Study of the Safety, Tolerability, and Pharmacology of ENB-0040 NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Richard Lutz
rlutz@unmc.edu
402-559-6800
Hypophosphatasia (HPP) is a rare inborn error of bone metabolism caused by inactivating mutations in the gene encoding the TNSALP isoenzyme. With deficiency of TNSALP, there is a buildup of extracellular PPi which inhibits mineralization of bone matrix. This is manifested as rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. The...[more]
Accelerating Access: Health Science Education in Native American Communites NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Maurice Godfrey
mgodfrey@unmc.edu
402-559-6689
health native americans
Augmentative Communication School Services NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Amy Nordness
asnordness@unmc.edu
402-559-5557
Augmentative communication consulting speech services are provided to two area public school districts. The program which has been in place over 10 years, has provided training for staff in area schools. The assistance needed from the UCDD has decreased yearly as school staff speech pathologists have been empowered to provide t...[more]
Autism Care for Toddlers (ACT) Clinic NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015, 2017
Terri Mathews
tmathews@unmc.edu
402-559-4646
The Autism Care for Toddlers (ACT) clinic)provides comprehensive, early intervention, clinical services for economically disadvantaged and underserved toddlers (18-36 month of age) with an autism spectrum disorder. Early intervention services target social communication, language, play skills, and maladaptive behavior. In addi...[more]
Autism in Military Families NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863
This project consists of a two-experiment program designed to demonstrate how the latest telemedicine and web-based technologies can be used to greatly increase the availability of highly effective applied behavior analysis treatment for military-dependent children with ASDs. Individuals will receive either training in person or...[more]
Behavior Analysis With Hispanic Families NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Nicole Rodriguez
nicole.rodriguez@unmc.edu
402-559-2410
This research is designed to benefit an underserved population in Nebraska, namely children with autism and related disorders whose parents have Spanish as their primary language. We currently have a variety of effective behavioral procedures for reducing repetitive and destructive behavior and replacing it with appropriate pros...[more]
Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015, 2017
Joseph Evans
jevans@unmc.edu
402-559-6408
L.B. 556 funded the Childrens Behavioral Health Bill passed by the Nebraska legislature in 2012, this bill provides support for behavioral health screening, assessment, intervention and consultation referral for children, adolescents, and families in three pilot sites across the State. Goals of the project are to provide free...[more]
Boy's and Girl's Club of the Midlands Evaluation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2013, 2014, 2015
Lisa St. Clair
402-559-3023
Two teen centers are being implemented by the Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands to address declining rates of enrollment of teens and increasing rates of juvenile truancy, crime, and academic failures. Our evaluation will implement a utilization focused, continuous improvement evaluation.
Brittle Bone Consortium of the Rare Disease Clinical Research Network NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium
Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium
Building Brighter Futures: Early Childhood Services Evaluation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Lisa St. Clair
402-559-3023
The Building Brighter Futures Early Childhood program will provide coaching intervention to selected childcare facilities in Douglas and Sarpy county that serve mostly low income children. The goal is to increase quality of services so that all children enter kindergarten ready to learn and developmentally on target with their ...[more]
Children's Hospital NICU Follow-up Clinic Training Collaborative NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756
This is a collaborative training contract between MMI and Childrens Hospital. Our interns are trained in conducting the Bayley Scales of Infant Development and then conduct Bayley assessments as a part of the Childrens Hospital regular follow up of children who were born premature and served in the neonatal intensive care unit.
COBRE: The Molecular Biology of Neurosensory Systems NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015, 2017
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
The goal of the Nebraska Center for the Molecular Biology of Neurosensory Systems (NCNS) is to build a productive group of researchers investigating the mechanisms of neurosensory development which will provide the foundations for new treatments. Advances in developmental neuroscience are essential to the discovery of effective ...[more]
Cowdery Memorial Adult Recreation Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Michael Crawford
mcrawford@unmc.edu
402-559-5772
Provides day recreational experiences, including a swimming program for adults with developmental disabilities.
Data Monitoring Support Agreement for Protocol ENB-022-08 NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Richard Lutz
rlutz@unmc.edu
402-559-6800
Pending...
Developimg Three Targeted Knock-in Mouse Models Using Singel Stranded DNA Insertion Method NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
Developimg Three Targeted Knock-in Mouse Models Using Singel Stranded DNA Insertion Method
Dr. Bruce Buehler Professorship NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015, 2017
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
The Professorship is an endowment from Mrs. Myrna Krohn which recognizes Dr. Buehlers leadership at MMI and supports research in child language development. The funds help offset Dr. Smiths salary, leaving more funds available for research.
Early Development Network Family Leadership Training NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015
Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
The Nebraska UCEDD is providing Technical Assistant on data related to Results Driven Accountability requirements. This TA will include support of state trainings, reviewing regional Targeted Improvement Plans, helping author the annual State Systemic Improvement Plan, and other related duties as assigned. Amy Bunnell and Julie ...[more]
Employer Engagement & Lifespan Respite Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
UCEDD staff present at the orientation of new UNMC trainees on the availability of respite services
ENCOR Training NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Joseph Evans
jevans@unmc.edu
402-559-6408
The Munroe-Meyer Institute is in its 12th year of staff training for ENCOR employees. The Eastern Nebraska Community Office on Retardation (ENCOR) is amongst the nation's oldest agencies providing community-based services and supports to persons with Developmental Disabilities/Mental Retardation. ENCOR currently serves over 8...[more]
Evaluation of Educare of Omaha NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Lisa St. Clair
402-559-3023
Educare is a state-of-the-art early childhood center that provides all-day, year-round care and education for economically disadvantaged children from birth to age five. The Educare center is a collaborative effort involving the Omaha Public Schools, the State of Nebraska and the Susan A. Buffett Foundation. United by the commo...[more]
Evaluation of the Verbal Behavior (VB) approach as an early intervention model in toddlers on the autism spectrum NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015
Terri Mathews
tmathews@unmc.edu
402-559-4646
The purpose this research study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Verbal Behavior (VB) approach as an early intervention model to improve adaptive behaviors and decrease symptom severity in toddlers with autism spectrum disorders. Previous early intervention models have yet to demonstrate statistically significant changes...[more]
Family Care Enhancements Project & Results Driven Accountability Project NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
This project is a contract between the MMI UCEDD and the NE Department of Education to train and provide parent resource coordinators to pediatrician offices for the purpose of assisting families with referral to early intervention services and coordination of community resources to assist the family of children with special hea...[more]
H.B.M. Recreation Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Michael Crawford
mcrawford@unmc.edu
402-559-5772
Provides recreational therapy programs for children and youth with developmental disabilities. A summer camp and outreach camp are also provided.
HBM Neural Basis of Motor Development and Rehabilitation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015
Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
This project will create a Center for the Neural Basis of Motor Development & Rehabilitation, which will function as an umbrella program that links together the Laboratories of multiple faculty who share the common interest in understanding how normal development and specific rehabilitation methods alter brain function. The cen...[more]
Heartland Genetics Regional Collaborative NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
The Heartland Genetics Regional Collaborative out of the Universities of Arkansas and Oklahoma (co-P.I.s: Brad Schaefer and Klaus Wierenga.) Lori Williamson Dean is the project manager LWDean@uams.edu.) The Nebraska UCEDDD's role is to engage in specific projects in support of their Advocate Work Group. These include assisting t...[more]
Heartland Regional Newborn Screening Project NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
This project will provide the evaluation for the Heartland Regional Genetics and Newborn Screening Collaborative. The purpose of this collaborative of health care professionals and advocates is to promote and improve health through quality medical genetics services, clinical laboratory services, professional and public education...[more]
Kid Squad: Child Care Mental Health Consultation Project NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
The purpose of this project is to provide mental health consultation to child care staff who have children in their classrooms that are having issues related to social-emotional development or behavior issues. Mental health practitioners will provide consultation to the classroom teachers using Positive Behavior Supports as thei...[more]
KidSquad - Region 6 NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
KidSquad is a program based on the Teaching Pyramid, an evidence-based mental health early childhood consultation model designed to support the social and emotional development of young children. KidSquad mental health and early childhood education specialists partner with child care program staff to provide strategies to promot...[more]
Learning Center Evaluation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Lisa St. Clair
402-559-3023
The Learning Community, made of of multiple school districts, has contracted with the Nebraska UCEDD to evaluation elementary school programs. The information will be used by the leadership of the learning Community as well as policy makes to further develop and enhance these programs.
LEND Interdisciplinary Training NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018
Cynthia Ellis
cellis@unmc.edu
402-559-4097
MCHB funded program designed to train future professionals to become leaders in community health programs for persons with neurodevelopmental disabilities.
Lifespan Respite Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
UCEDD staff present at the orientation of new UNMC trainees on the availability of respite services
Lifespan Respite Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
Respite services for family members
Lifespan Respite Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
Respite services for family members
MDA Neuromuscular Clinics NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2009, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017
Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
The MDA clinical services grant provides funding for an interdisciplinary clinic program providing diagnostic and treatment services for children and adults with select neuromuscular diseases. The grant provides ?payor of last resort? funding for clinic services.
Mechanisms of Motor Skill Learning in the Fragile X Mouse Model NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Anna Dunaevsky
adunaevsky@unmc.edu
402-559-1071
Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is the most common inherited form of an intellectual disability. Children with FXS have been found to have a developmental impairment in the performance of learned skilled limb movements. Motor skill learning is thought to require synaptic plasticity in the primary motor cortex (M1). To better understand...[more]
Medically Handicapped Children's Program (MHCP) NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015, 2017
J Michael Leibowitz
mleibowi@unmc.edu
402-559-5702
This statewide project amalgamates multiple programs supported by federal and state funds. One component provides monthly Title V funded interdisciplinary evaluation services for children with cerebral palsy, mid-line neurological defects, genetic and craniofacial disorders. Interdisciplinary clinics take place quarterly in gr...[more]
Mental & Behavioral Health Education and Training NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015, 2017
Joseph Evans
jevans@unmc.edu
402-559-6408
Provides internship training for psychology students completing their final year of applied doctoral education. Grant is designed to provide stipend support for 18 psychology interns in underserved and rural areas where behavioral health services have been lacking. The goal of the program is to increase access and services to ...[more]
Meyer Foundation for Disabilities Adult Evening Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Michael Crawford
mcrawford@unmc.edu
402-559-5772
Provides adult recreational programs in the Omaha Metropolitan area for adults with developmental disabilities.
Middle School Learning Center Initiative Program Evaluation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Mark Shriver
MSHRIVER@UNMC.EDU
402-559-6087
The Department of Education currently funds a number of 21st Century Community Programs in Nebraska. These programs are a component of the "No Child Left Behind" initiative. This project will evaluate the outcomes of the Middle School Learning Center Initiative in Omaha and prepare a report for the Nebraska Department of Educa...[more]
MMI AmeriCorps NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Joseph Evans
jevans@unmc.edu
402-559-6408
This project, funded by the Nebraska Volunteer Service Commission will provide service opportunities for 20 individuals. MMI will provide volunteer experience for individuals with and without disabilities. Volunteers will provide from 300, 450, 900, or 1700 hours of service to assist programs supporting persons with disabilitie...[more]
Morph Abilities: Identifying language factors that predict and characterize specific language impairment NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015, 2017
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
This is a longitudinal project following young children who have a clinical diagnosis of specific language impairment and their families to determine the language factors that predict and characterize impairment so that the best treatments can be applied. Our laboratory is responsible for genetic studies to identify genes and g...[more]
Motor Planning in Children with Cerebral Plasy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015
Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599
Almost four out of every 1000 children born in the United States have cerebral palsy (CP), with the total economic burden to our society being nearly one million dollars per child. Despite years of studies that have catalogued the motor impairments seen in CP, this knowledge has not translated to innovative and effective interve...[more]
NCFF Program Evaluation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
This project evaluates the effects of a community family support program in the greater Lincoln NE area.
Nebraska Developmental Disabilities Council Needs Assessment NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2010, 2011
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
The Nebraska DD Council contracted with the Nebraska UCEDD to conduct a needs assessment as part of its 5 year planning process. The information collected will be collated and used by the Council to create its objectives and goals.
Nebraska Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program Evaluation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
The Nebraska Early Childhood Education (ECE) ProgramBirth through Age 5 (B-5) includes all children who are part of Nebraska public education programs that are supported through the blending of multiple funding sources. Operated by Nebraska public school districts (hereafter referred to as districts) or Educational Service Units...[more]
Nebraska University Center For Excellence In Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and Services NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015, 2017, 2018
Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
The Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI) UCD proposes to continue its over 30 year history of AIDD supported activities. Our four major objectives include (1) the delivery of comprehensive educational programs to prepare future professionals to support citizens with disabilities in their home communities; (2) the creation of innovative ...[more]
NIH Learning Disabilities Center on Dyslexia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
This is an NIH Learning Disabilities Center which focuses on the causes of Reading Disability (Dyslexia) as well as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It is a large twin study which covers the skills that are most important in the development of reading and which can be targeted for remediation. We also examine t...[more]
Nurturing Healthy Behaviors: Statewide Mental Health NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
The Nurturing Healthy Behavior (NHB) in Early Childhood Pilot Projects are based on the use of the Teaching Pyramid Model and Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBiS) along with other evidence-based strategies, practices, and interventions promoted through the Center on the Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learni...[more]
Omaha & Bellevue Public Schools - Physcial Therapy Services NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015, 2017
Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
The Munroe Meyer Institute (MMI) and the Omaha Public Schools (OPS) have maintained a contractual arrangement for the provision of all physical therapy services, including supervision of such services, for the District's eligible students since 2000. MMI has contracted to provide educational OT & PT services to eligible student...[more]
Omaha Community Foundation - New Genetic Forms of Non-Syndromic Deafness NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
Severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss is identified in about 1 in 500-1000 (4, 5) newborns, and at least half of these cases are due to genetic causes (6). Most of the genetic causes are nonsyndromic and autosomal recessive, meaning that there are no physical features and often no family history that can aid in determin...[more]
Omaha Healthy Start NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
Contract with the Charles Drew Center with flow through funding by HRSA to provide program evaluation services for early head start programming at the Center.
Omaha Healthy Start NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
The Omaha Healtyh Start (OHS) project serves as a community-based program for women, infants, toddlers and their families residing in the east/northeast sector of Douglas County, home to the worst maternal and child health outcomes in the county. The program is coordinated by the OHS case management team and supported by a colla...[more]
Omaha Public Schools - Occupational Therapy Services NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015, 2017
Janice Flegle
jflegle@unmc.edu
402-559-6415
The Munroe Meyer Institute (MMI) and the Omaha Public Schools (OPS) have maintained a contractual arrangement for the provision of all occupational therapy services, including supervision of such services, for the District's eligible students since 2000. MMI has contracted to provide educational OT & PT services to eligible stu...[more]
Partners in Health: Establishing A Collaborative Research Agenda to Reduce Childhood Obesity NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756
Partners in Health: Establishing A Collaborative Research Agenda to Reduce Childhood Obesity
Pathology of autism in Rett syndrome NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Jyothi Arikkath
jyothi.arikkath@unmc.edu
402-559-8461
Rett syndrome is a devastating neurodevelopmental disorder associated with autism, epilepsy and intellectual disabilities. Common features associated with these are alterations in the structure and function of synapses. Synapses are points of communication between neurons. Several recent studies have found mutations in a gene ca...[more]
Preventing relapse of destructive behavior using behavioral momentum theory NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863
Children with intellectual disability often display severe destructive behaviors (e.g., aggression, self-injurious behavior) that pose significant risk to self or others and represent overwhelming barriers to community integration. These destructive behaviors are often treated with behavioral interventions derived from a func...[more]
Pyramid Project Evaluation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
MMI evaluators observed classrooms using the Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT) in fall and spring for two years of the initiative. By spring of the second year, nearly all classrooms met the quality benchmarks in the areas of building warm relationships with the children, utilizing preventative strategies, teaching socia...[more]
Randomized Control Trial of Educare of Omaha Site NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015
Lisa St. Clair
402-559-3023
The evaluation of Educare of Omaha focused on determining the overall effectiveness of the program in providing early childhood services, parenting education, and family support services. Generally based upon a Utilization-Focused evaluation design (Patton, 2012), the evaluation plan employed multiple methods to describe and m...[more]
Randomized Trial of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation(CBC) with Latino Students: A Replication Study NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756
Randomized Trial of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation(CBC) with Latino Students: A Replication Study
REST Training Model NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
The Goal of the REST training is to build the capacity of providers within the NE Respite Network. We are hosting a Train-the-Trainer event and bringing in REST trainers. Next we will hold 2 additional trainings to train college students and others interested in becoming Respite providers
REST Training Model NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
The Goal of the REST training is to build the capacity of providers within the NE Respite Network. We are hosting a Train-the-Trainer event and bringing in REST trainers. Next we will hold 2 additional trainings to train college students and others interested in becoming Respite providers
REST Training Model NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
The Goal of the REST training is to build the capacity of providers within the NE Respite Network. We are hosting a Train-the-Trainer event and bringing in REST trainers. Next we will hold 2 additional trainings to train college students and others interested in becoming Respite providers
Results Matter - General Supervision Enhancement Grant (GSEG) NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
Nebraska's General Supervision Enhancement Grant (GSEG) "Results Matter", is intended to respond to Section 616 of IDEA which requires the establishment and implementation of systems for monitoring implementation of and enforcing obligations under Parts B and C. The Results Matter project is intended to build upon previous work ...[more]
Role of Astrocytic Signaling in Structural Synaptic Plasticity NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Anna Dunaevsky
adunaevsky@unmc.edu
402-559-1071
Basic science, animal model research on the role of signaling of astrocytes in the structural plasticity of neurons.
Rooted in Relationships NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
Rooted in Relationships is an initiative that partners with communities to implement evidence based practices that enhance the social-emotional development of children, birth through age 8. One part of this initiative supports communities as they implement the Pyramid Model, a framework of evidence-based practices that promote t...[more]
Scottish Rite Language Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Jennifer Brock
jbrock@unmc.edu
402-559-5751
The Scottish Rite Masons support services for children with speech and language disorders. MMI provides these services through RiteCare clinics in Omaha, Lincoln, Hastings and Alliance, Nebraska. In addition to providing services to children identified in their local community, this network of clinics allows children with speci...[more]
Scottish Rite Masons Statewide Clinics NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Jennifer Brock
jbrock@unmc.edu
402-559-5751
The Scottish Rite Masons support services for children with speech and language disorders. MMI provides these services through RiteCare clinics in Omaha, Lincoln, Hastings and Alliance, Nebraska. In addition to providing services to children identified in their local community, this network of clinics allows children with speci...[more]
Serimotor Learning in Children with Cerebral Plasy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599
Serimotor Learning in Children with Cerebral Palsy
Special Education Continuous Improvement/Residential Services NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Gabriella Castro
The Special Education Residential Services Project (SERP) coordinates application process for school districts for residential services contracted through the Nebraska Department of Education. In addition, as part of the Improvement Process it provides consumer input to Department of Education programs.
Stimulus control refinements of FCT interventions for destructive behavior in ID NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015, 2017
Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863
Children with intellectual disability often display severe destructive behaviors (e.g., aggression, selfinjurious behavior) that pose significant risks to self or others and represent overwhelming barriers to community integration. These destructive behaviors are often treated with behavioral interventions derived from a functi...[more]
Synaptic Alterations in Autism NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2014, 2015, 2017
Anna Dunaevsky
adunaevsky@unmc.edu
402-559-1071
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a diverse disorder likely caused by a combination of genetic alterations and environmental insult during early development. Recent studies demonstrate that infection during pregnancy increases the risk of the development of ASD in the child. The activation of the immune system in the pregnant m...[more]
TIPS - NICU Follow-Up Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
This project, funded by the Nebraska Department of Education provides follow-up evaluations of children who received services in one of seven Neonatal Intensive Care Units in Nebraska. A standardized evaluation has been developed for use in these clinics.
Twins and Singletons with Specific Language Impairment NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
This is a longitudinal project that follows the development of language in sets of twins starting at birth. These twins are ascertained through our collaborators in Australia. This augments our studies at the University of Kansas by covering the emergence of language and following its development through to school age. From t...[more]
Weibe Children's Health Care Fund /SNP NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2017
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
Atttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common developmental disability with a genetic component. Heritability estimates are quite high, ranging from 75-90% (Faraone et al., 2005), and several genes have been associated with a susceptibility to ADHD. Several of these genes involve dopamine and serotonin metabolis...[more]
Winnebago Early Language Initiative NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Project in:
2015, 2017
Lisa St. Clair
402-559-3023
Educare of Winnebago is unique to the Educare network in that the population of children served is nearly 100% Native American and the center is supported by the Winnebago Tribe. Educare of Winnebago has multiple staff members including the co-directors who are Native American and who work closely with the Winnebago Tribal Counc...[more]
 
 
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). Improving the Mobility and Postural Balance of Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
2016 UNMC/NE Medicine Project SEARCH Annual Report NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
The annual report for the UNMC/NE Medicine Project SEARCH program is an evaluation of the 2015 - 2016 academic year. This site has a 83% employment rate one month post graduation. Employment outcome data is collected up to 11 months after interns have graduated from the program.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
A component analysis of toilet-training procedures commonly used with young children. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863
We evaluated the combined and sequential effects of 3 toilet-training procedures recommended for use with young children: (a) underwear, (b) a dense sit schedule, and (c) differential reinforcement. A total of 20 children participated. Classroom teachers implemented a toilet-training package consisting of all 3 procedures with 6...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
A Methodological Discussion of Caffeine Research and Animal Avoidance Behavior NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 William Warzak
wwarzak@unmc.edu
We present a review of the methodological aspects of caffeine research within animal tests of escape and avoidance behavior in the presence of aversive stimuli. We highlight species, methods of caffeine administration, dosage, dependent measures and research designs commonly used in this research.

A Novel Splicing Mutation in COL11A1 as a Cause of Dominant Progressive Nonsyndromic Hearing Loss. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): shelley.smith@unmc.edu
ABA Applications in the Prevention and Treatment of Medical Problems NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756
Applied behavior analysts are interested in solving problems that matter to people, and there is little that matters more to people than their physical health. As a result, applied behavior analysts have been tackling problems of physical health for decades. But this research is not always easy to find, as it is often disseminat...[more]

Adult Neurogenic Communication and Swallowing Disorders. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Amy Nordness
asnordness@unmc.edu
402-559-5557
Age-related differences in the motor planning of a lower leg target matching task. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Altered sensorimotor cortical oscillations in individuals with multiple sclerosis suggests a faulty internal model NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
An ADHD update: New diagnosis and treatment trends. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tara.sjuts@unmc.edu
An ADHD update: The ADHD Rating Scale 5. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tara.sjuts@unmc.edu
An Evaluation of Parent-Produced Video Self-Modeling to Improve Independence in an Adolescent with Intellectual Developmental Disorder and an Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Controlled Case Study NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756
We evaluated a parent-created video self-modeling (VSM) intervention to improve independence in an adolescent diagnosed with Intellectual Developmental Disorder(IDD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In multiple baseline design across routines, a parent and her 17 year old daughter created self-modeling videos of three target...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kdallen@unmc.edu
Aplastic Anemia in Patients with Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy: Reports and Hypothesis. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Warren Sanger
wgsanger@unmc.edu
402-559-6328
Sex chromosome aneuploidies range in incidence from rather common to exceedingly rare and have a variable phenotype. We report 2 patients with sex chromosome aneuploidies who developed severe aplastic anemia requiring treatment. The first patient had tetrasomy X (48,XXXX) and presented at 9 years of age, and the second patient h...[more]

Application for Family Trainee NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
On-line application for UCEDD Family Traineeship

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Application for Ind. with Disability as Trainee NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Online Application for those interested in the Self-Advocate Traineeship.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Assessment and treatment of pica and property destruction of holiday decorations. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863
Problem behavior exhibited by individuals with autism can be disruptive to family traditions, such as decorating for the holidays. We present data for a 6-year-old girl who engaged in automatically reinforced pica and destruction of holiday decorations. Treatment was evaluated within an ABCDCD reversal design. During baseline (P...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
Behavioral Variability and Autism Spectrum Disorders. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Nicole Rodriguez
nicole.rodriguez@unmc.edu
402-559-2410
Restricted and repetitive behavior is a diagnostic characteristic of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). To the extent that the behavior of individuals with ASD can be conceptualized as problems of invariance, our understanding of environmental variables that influence restricted and repetitive behavior may be informed by the basic ...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): nicole.rodriguez@unmc.edu
Beta Frequency Sensorimotor Cortical Oscillations During Ankle Plantarflexion are Related to Spatiotemporal Gait Kinematics. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Beta Frequency Sensorimotor Cortical Oscillations During Ankle Plantarflexion are Related to Spatiotemporal Gait Kinematics. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice in Autism Service Delivery. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2013
Nicole Rodriguez
nicole.rodriguez@unmc.edu
402-559-2410
​Synthesizes and analyzes the basic, translational, and applied research base for autism service delivery Uses a translational model to integrate findings Promotes bidirectional translation and evidence-based decision making for autism treatment Explores the one nonmedical therapy (i.e., applied behavior analysis) th...[more]

Building a Better UCEDD and LEND: Increasing Leadership Opportunities for People with Disabilities NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Chained-schedule thinning procedures with and without escape to alternative tangible reinforcement. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.ed
Children with cerebral palsy have uncharacteristic somatosensory cortical oscillations after stimulation of the hand mechanoreceptors. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599
Numerous clinical investigations have reported that children with cerebral palsy (CP) have tactile discrimination deficits that likely limit their ability to plan and manipulate objects. Despite this clinical awareness, we still have a substantial knowledge gap in our understanding of the neurological basis for these tactile dis...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306452215006995
CIT Training - Developmental Disability Program Grant NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
This grant provides funds for the Munroe Meyer Institute UCEDD to provide stipends to parent panel participants. Currently, we have parents who volunteer to participate in a training that occurs over lunch time (i.e., 12:00 1:30 pm). They are taking time off work, traveling to Boys Town, and often times bringing their child wit...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
Clarifying inconclusive functional analysis results: Assessment and treatment of automatically reinforced aggression NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863
We conducted a series of studies in which multiple strategies were used to clarify the inconclusive results of one boys functional analysis of aggression. Specifically, we (a) evaluated individual response topographies to determine the composition of aggregated response rates, (b) conducted a separate functional analysis of aggr...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
CLM Farm Project Grant Proposal NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2017
tdharper@unmc.edu
The CLM Farm Project is an innovative approach to providing developmental disability employment services. Students from Madonna Schools Transition and Employment Programs, as well as UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Project Search interns will have the opportunity to learn pre-vocational skills in an integrated community setting. Once the...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
Commentary on Genu Valgum and Flat Feet in Children with Healthy and Excessive Body Weight NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Sandy Willett
swillett@unmc.edu
402-559-5719

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): swillett@unmc.edu
Commentary on Genu Valgum and Flat Feet in Children with Healthy and Excessive Body Weight. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Sandy Willett
swillett@unmc.edu
402-559-5719

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): swillett@unmc.edu
Community Advisory Board Webpage NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 http://www.unmc.edu/mmi/about/ucedd/consumeradvisoryboard.html
The CAB website page was updated to include a picture and bio for each CAB member; CAB By-laws and Procedures; and an orientation PowerPoint on the DD Act, the role of the CAB and also the Munroe-Meyer Institute.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://www.unmc.edu/mmi/about/ucedd/consumeradvisoryboard.html
Compliance with Medical Routines NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2017
Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756
Compliance with medical routines is an important part of basic health care for everyone, but especially individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Compliance with medical routines may be especially important for individuals with IDD because, as a group, individuals with IDD have poorer health than thos...[more]

Continuing Education module covering chapter content: Best Practice in Supporting Children with Other Health Impairments. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Janice Flegle
jflegle@unmc.edu
402-559-6415
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training: Developmental Disabilities Program NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training for law enforcement officers encountering individuals with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. Training to assist officers in ways to handle crisis situations and attempt to deescalate the situation.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
DEC Testimony on the Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs to the Federal Interagency Planning Board. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
written report to the federal Interagency Planning Committee on request: Smith (2015) DEC Testimony on the Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs to the Federal Interagency Planning Board. Division of Early Childhood. Los Angeles, CA

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Dissipation of disturbances seen in the knee joint kinematics of children with cerebral palsy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599
Purpose: Children with cerebral palsy (CP) often use a crouch gait pattern that has disturbances in the knee joint kinematics. Al- though the length and rate of lengthening of the hamstring musculature have been speculated to be the reason that these disturbances are not adequately dissipated, this relationship has not bee...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://www.actabio.pwr.wroc.pl/Vol17No4/8.pdf
Effects of muscle strength scaling on musculoskeletal modeling analyses of children with cerebral palsy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Effects of strength training on muscle force production and muscle function in children with cerebral palsy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Examining resurgence of problem behavior following differential reinforcement with and without extinction. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
Family Care Enhancement Project NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
The brochure provides information about the Family Care Enhancement Project and also what the role of the Parent Resource Coordinator does. It is intended for families, professionals and any one else who may be interested in the project. It also provides a link to our website where we will post updates on additional collaborat...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
FCEP Database NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
The FCEP database was developed to track the activities of the Parent Resource Coordinators and evaluate the impact of the Family Care Enhancement Project.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
FCEP Orientation Manual for PRCs NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@UNMC.edu
Created a manual for Parent Resource Coordinators within the Family Care Enhancement Project to have needed information and support for job responsibilities at MMI and in outreach clinics.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@UNMC.edu
FCEP Overview NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
This is a product created to disseminate to medical clinics who may have an interest in having a Parent Resource Coordinator (a parent of a child that has a disability or special healthcare need) get connected to early intervention services and other needed community resources. It is used to serve as a conversation starter to h...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
FCEP Parent Resource Coordinator training curriclum NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
Training curriculum series comprised of web-based modules for preparing professional parent resource coordinators to work with families of young children with disabilities and/or special healthcare needs in pediatric medical settings, with a focus on children birth to 5.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
FCEP Trading Cards NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
A trading card fitting UNMC branding guidelines has been developed for each Parent Resource Coordinator (PRC). The trading card provides a brief bio of the PRC, their contact information and an overview of their role.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Fidget to Focus Really? Attempting to gather meaningful data on the utility of adaptive equipment in classrooms. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2015
Janice Flegle
jflegle@unmc.edu
402-559-6415

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): jflegle@unmc.edu
Functional Communication Training. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): https://wmich.edu/autism/resources
Genetic Contributions to Language, Reading, and ADHD: Areas of Etiologic Overlap NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): shelley.smith@unmc.edu
Genetic Counseling Proposal NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
Program plan to develop a Masters of Genetic Counseling degree at UNMC.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): wstuberg@unmc.edu
Genetically Targeted Dipeptidyl Peptidase-4 Inhibitor Use in a Patient with a Novel Mutation of MODY type 4 NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2017
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Maturity onset diabetes of the young (MODY) is a rare form of diabetes mellitus typically seen in young adults that results from pancreatic beta-cell dysfunction. MODY4 is a rare subtype caused by a PDX1 mutation. In this case, we present a nonobese 26-year-old male with polyuria and polydipsia. Lab work showed a blood glucose o...[more]

Genetics of Osteogenesis Imperfecta NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/947588-overview
Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a disorder of bone fragility chiefly caused by mutations in the COL1A1 and COL1A2 genes that encode type I procollagen. Four types of osteogenesis imperfecta were originally described by Sillence in 1979, and are now used broadly as the Sillence Criteria.[1] The Nosology and Classification of Gene...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/947588-overview
Hippocampal circuit dysfunction in the Tc1 mouse model of Down syndrome NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
Hippocampal pathology is likely to contribute to cognitive disability in Down syndrome, yet the neural network basis of this pathology and its contributions to different facets of cognitive impairment remain unclear. Here we report dysfunctional connectivity between dentate gyrus and CA3 networks in the transchromosomic Tc1 mous...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v18/n9/full/nn.4072.html
How LEND/UCEDD Programs are Driving Change by Training and Supporting a New Generation of Family Advocates and Disability Leaders NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Human Resources Respite Webpage NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 https://info.unmc.edu/benefits/balance.html
A webpage was added to the UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Human Resources webpage under "Work/Life Balance". All campus employees can access information if needed about Respite Resources offered in the state of Nebraska including; applications, funding resources, Respite Coordinators and Respite Providers.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): https://info.unmc.edu/benefits/balance.html
Impaired synaptic development in a maternal immune activation mouse model of neurodevelopmental disorders NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
Both genetic and environmental factors are thought to contribute to neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders with maternal immune activation (MIA) being a risk factor for both autism spectrum disorders and schizophrenia. Although MIA mouse offspring exhibit behavioral impairments, the synaptic alterations in vivo that m...[more]

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Improving the Mobility and Postural Balance of Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

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Individuals with multiple sclerosis redistribute the positive mechanical work from the ankle to the hip during walking. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Intro to Telehealth NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720

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LB 90 NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 wstuberg@unmc.edu

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Lecture Outline NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
Lecture outline on lecture presentation on musculoskeletal assessment in pediatrics for the advanced pediatric practitioner.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): wstuberg@unmc.edu
LIFE Toolkit App Project NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
A grant proposal to fund the development of a "toolkit" of 3 Android mobile apps capable of effectively tracking epilepsy treatment options; medication administration to include schedule, side effects, and reminders; tracking an individualized diet plan to include type/ratio, side effects, ketone levels, and glucose; and devel...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
McGill Smith, P., Lauritzen A., Smith, M. (2015) The Promise Claimed: The ADA Has Improved Our Childrens Lives...and Theres More to Do. Ignite Magazine. University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis, MN NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
article on parent leadership in disability policy: McGill Smith, P., Lauritzen A., Smith, M. (2015) The Promise Claimed: The ADA Has Improved Our Childrens Lives...and Theres More to Do. Ignite Magazine. University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis, MN

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Mechanical Work Performed by the Legs of Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Mechanical Work Performed by the Legs of Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
MMI's Smith leaves national post, will remain involved NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
Describes activities serving as an Executive Board Member of the Division of Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, future plans with the organization.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Motor skill learning is dependent on astrocytic activity NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314
Motor-skill learning induces changes in synaptic structure and function in the primary motor cortex through the involvement of a long-term potentiation- (LTP-) like mechanism. Although there is evidence that calcium-dependent release of gliotransmitters by astrocytes plays an important role in synaptic transmission and plasticit...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://www.hindawi.com/journals/np/2015/938023/abs/
Multiple sclerosis influences the precision of the ankle plantarflexion muscular force production NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2017
Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
NE SILC Response to Aging Partners MOU for ADRC NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
The NE legislature allocated funding to establish a pilot for an Aging and Disability Resource Center. The aging partners took the lead and did not allocate any funding to disability organizations. Instead proposed to provide options counseling to people with disabilities from the aging offices. This is the response to the Ag...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
NE SILC-Response to NE Dept of Labor WIOA Combined Plan NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
The to letter is written to respond to NE Dept. of Labor and NE Vocational Rehabilitation's combined plan on the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act. It was disseminated to many other disability organizations and fourteen others signed on including: The NE Statewide Independent Living Council, The Arc of NE and other members o...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
NE SILC-State Plan for Independent Living 2016-2018 NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
The State Plan for Ind. Living is required by the Admin for Community Living every 3 years by the IL programs in each state. This year was unique for NE because it was the first time that the SILC and Centers collaborated to identify these and mutually agree on a strategy to address the gaps and strengthen the IL programs. E...[more]

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NE SILC-UCEDD as Desginated State Entity to Statewide Independent Living Councils NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
This was a concurrent Presentation on the UCEDD becoming the Designated State Entity to the Statewide Independent Living Councils. It was 45 minutes of presentation and then a group discussion of the pros and cons of this. The NE SILC and the Policy Analyst at NCIL were presenters as well.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Nebraska Respite Network Flyer NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 kim.falk@unmc.edu
The Nebraska Respite Network Flyer was updated and edited to be distributed on the UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Campus to share information to campus employees about respite resources offered in the state of Nebraska. This will also be used by Respite Coordinators in the Douglas and Sarpy County areas.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kim.falk@unmc.edu
NESILC-Desinated State Entity Response to SPIL NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Response during Public Comment on NE State Plan for Independent Living

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Neuromechanical changes associated with learning an isometric ankle plantarflexion target matching task NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Neurorehabilitation strategies focusing on ankle control improve mobility and posture in persons with multiple sclerosis NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599
Background and Purpose: The neuromuscular impairments seen in the ankle plantarflexors have been identified as a primary factor that limits the mobility and standing postural balance of individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). However, few efforts have been made to find effective treatment strategies that will improve the ankle...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Nothing About Us Without Us NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2017
Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
poster describing data gathered by the AUCD COCA on national suport to advocates with disabilities, particularly within the AUCD network. Data were presented from focus groups, a search of the NIRs data system and a survey' recommendations were given on ways to improve supports to advocacy, particularly advocates with disabiliti...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): Jack M Brandt (brandtj@vcu.edu)
Nothing About Us Without Us: Increasing Leadership Opportunities for People with Disabilities NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744
Report on he supports to advocacy across the nation for disability advocacy, especially when the advocates themselves have disabilities. Focuses primarily on the AUCD network but looks beyond those programs. Data were gathered (survey, focus groups, and existing network data)and aggregated and recommendations are made on ways to...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Nutrition through food vs supplements in pregnancy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Beth Conover
bconover@unmc.edu
402-559-6430
Omaha Mayor's Commission on Disabilities NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Orientation to the NE UCEDD NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Orientation manual to NE UCEDD for new CAB members. Includes membership roster, history of the Institute, role of CAB members, Policies and Procedures, alphabet soup, DD Act, etc.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Osteoporosis is a Common Feature of Peroxisomal Biogenesis Disorders NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 NA
Patients with Zellweger Spectrum Disorders (ZSDs) have impaired peroxisome biogenesis and severe, multisystem disease. Although the neurologic symptoms of ZSD tend to be the most prominent, patients also have hepatic, renal and adrenal impairment. Little is known about bone health in patients with ZSD, particularly those with mi...[more]

OTH 365 Course Syllabus NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Stuberg
wstuberg@unmc.edu
402-559-5720
Course syllabus for college entry level neuroscience course.

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Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
Patient-Provider Communication in Rehabilitation Settings NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Amy Nordness
asnordness@unmc.edu
402-559-5557
Patient-provider communication: supporting communication vulnerable children and adults. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Amy Nordness
asnordness@unmc.edu
402-559-5557

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): amy.nordness@unmc.edu
Pelvic Alignment in Early Sitting Distinguishes Children with Typical vs. Atypical Development Motor Progress NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Sandy Willett
swillett@unmc.edu
402-559-5719

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): swillett@unmc.edu
Pelvic Alignment in Early Sitting Distinguishes Children with Typical vs. Atypical Developmental Motor Progress NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Sandy Willett
swillett@unmc.edu
402-559-5719

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): swillett@unmc.edu
People First of Nebraska Website NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Kellie Ellerbusch
kellerbusch@unmc.edu
402-559-4892
Website for People First of Nebraska. Includes pages for each chapter, convention information, resources for starting and running a self-advocacy organization.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kellerbusch@unmc.edu
Peroxisome biogenesis disorders in the Zellweger spectrum: An overview of current diagnosis, clinical manifestations, and treatment guidelines NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 NA
Peroxisome biogenesis disorders in the Zellweger spectrum (PBD-ZSD) are a heterogeneous group of genetic disorders caused by mutations in PEX genes responsible for normal peroxisome assembly and functions. As a result of impaired peroxisomal activities, individuals with PBD-ZSD can manifest a complex spectrum of clinical phenoty...[more]

Planning sequential motor actions in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Planning sequential motor actions in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Policy Statement on Family Engagement NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Mark Smith
msmitha@unmc.edu
402-559-5744

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): msmitha@unmc.edu
Project SEARCH Intern Share Site NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
Website created for Project SEARCH instructor to communicate daily information and upcoming events to interns and their families. Interns can chat with one another on the message board. Pictures can be uploaded to share with others.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
Resolving Enuresis: Factors Affecting Outcomes NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 William Warzak
wwarzak@unmc.edu
Respite Awareness Press Release NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Worked with UNMC Public Relations to get a ttention for story on respite. Disseminated to newspapers and TV stations. Anticipate that a TV interview will be conducted with a family, the Respite provider and UCEDD staff to raise awareness of Respite and the importance of family caregivers to take a break .

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Respite Care Resources - Lunch & Learn NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 unmc.edu/events
This article was written to promote the Respite Resources Lunch and Learn event that was held on the UNMC campus in November, 2015. This was held to inform all campus employees and students of Respite Resources provided in the state of Nebraska if you have a family member with a disability, chronic health care condition or who ...[more]

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Respite Employer Engagement Article - Nebraska Medicine NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 kim.falk@unmc.edu
This article was a combination of two previous articles that Nebraska Medicine used for the NOW Newsletter and other newspapers followed their lead with additional releases. This article shared our Respite Employer Engagement Pilot Project with the staff at Nebraska Medicine to let them know where to find Respite Resources if n...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kim.falk@unmc.edu
Respite Employer Engagement Orientation Poster NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Kim Falk
kfalk@unmc.edu
402-550-6430
This Respite Care Resource Poster was created to be displayed at all UNMC/Nebraska Medicine New Hire Orientations as well as other campus activities promoting Respite Resources offered in the state of Nebraska. UNMC/Nebraska Medicine are contracting with DHHS to educate all of our employees about Respite Resources. This is par...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kim.falk@unmc.edu
Respite Interview with Radio Station NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Interview with Cheril Lee, News Anchor KIOS, 91.5 - Omaha, NE Public Radio 402-557-2553 to promote collaboration of UNMC and DHHS Respite Provider training and the need to build base of respite providers

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Respite Network Brochure NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Kim Falk
kfalk@unmc.edu
402-550-6430
UNMC/Nebraska Medicine have contracted with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to offer Respite Employer Engagement Resources to all employees as a pilot program. This Nebraska Respite Network Brochure was created to share Respite Resources offered in our state including, applying for Respite Care, funding fro...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kim.falk@unmc.edu
Respite Resources for Caregivers Artcile/Calendar Event NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 kim.falk@unmc.edu
This Caregiver Respite Resource and Balance Event was created and publicized in 2016 but will happen in 2017. This is a Lunch and Learn Event for Caregivers who have a family member with a disability, chronic health care condition or aging parents or grandparents. If any UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Employees are in need of Respite i...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kim.falk@unmc.edu
Respite Resources MMI Webpage NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 unmc.edu/mmi
This webpage provides Respite Resource information offered in the state of Nebraska to families with family members who have disabilities, chronic health care conditions or who are aging. You can find information regarding applying for Respite, Respite Subsidy Funding, how to find a Respite Provider, Training to become a Respit...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): unmc.edu/mmi
REST Data Collection Grant NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 kim.falk@unmc.edu
This grant was submitted for additional funding to collect data and prove sustainability of the REST Respite Provider Training in the state of Nebraska. We were awarded the grant and have used it to develop a data collection webpage, follow-up with REST Trainers, hold conference calls, prove sustainability and promote Respite t...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kim.falk@unmc.edu
Seizure Tracker Android App Grant NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
A grant application to create a mobile application for Seizure Tracker compatible w/Android devices. Seizure Log is the iOS version already available. This project allows the application to be available to the 2 largest operating systems in the mobile market to date.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
Sensitivity of simulated muscle forces to estimates of ankle foot orthosis mechanical properties during gait for children with cerebral palsy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Max Kurz
mkurz@unmc.edy
402-559-9599

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): mkurz@unmc.edu
Sixpence NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Barbara Jackson
bjackso@unmc.edu
402-559-5765
The Sixpence is a Early Learning Fund is a public-private partnership that is used primarily for grants to school districts to provide programs and services for infants and toddlers who are most at risk.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): bjjackso@unmc.edu
Standards and Objectives for Think College Omaha NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 rachel.ray@unmc.edu

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Supporting Early Childhood Parent-Child Relationships: Evaluation of PCAT-E NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tara.sjuts@unmc.edu
Supporting feeding challenged infants with the NTrainer NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Amy Nordness
asnordness@unmc.edu
402-559-5557

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): amy.nordness@unmc.edu
Sustainability of Think College Omaha NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 rachel.ray@unmc.edu

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Teratogen Update: Hot Topics for 2016 NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Beth Conover
bconover@unmc.edu
402-559-6430

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): bconover@unmc.edu
The effects of limited versus extended establishing-operation exposure during functional communication training. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
The regulatory element READ1 epistatically influences reading and language, with both deleterious and protective alleles NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016
Records also available for Product in:
2017
Shelley Smith
ssmith@unmc.edu
402-559-5314

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): shelley.smith@unmc.edu
The Role of Respite for Family Caregivers-Subsidy Fact Sheet NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
This provides an overview of the role of Respite for Family Caregivers; how to use the state Respite Subsidy and provides resources to get in touch with the statewide Respite Coordinators

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Think College Omaha Policy Guidelines NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 rachel.ray@unmc.edu

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): rachel.ray@unmc.edu
UCEDD Overview NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 http://www.unmc.edu/mmi/about/ucedd/index.html
The website for the UCEDD program was updated to reflect the many activities UCEDD staff are involved.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://www.unmc.edu/mmi/about/ucedd/index.html
UNMC and state team to train Respite Providers NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 http://www.unmc.edu/news.cfm?match=18135
Feature article in the "UNMC Today" on our role in collaborating with the Respite Program by providing training to those interested in becoming a Respite Provider

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): http://www.unmc.edu/news.cfm?match=18135
UNMC Today's Respite Article NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 kim.falk@unmc.edu
This article was written for distribution on campus about our Respite Employer Engagement Pilot Project with Nebraska's Department of Health and Human Services. We are sharing Respite Resources; both financial and care provider information to all campus employees if needed. We also promoted our REST Respite Provider Training in...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): kim.falk@unmc.edu
UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Project SEARCH 5 Year Strategic Plan NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
A 5 year strategic plan for the UNMC/NE Medicine Project SEARCH program. It outlines the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, goals, and sustainability for the future.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Project SEARCH Brochure NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
The Project SEARCH program was started in 2015 at UNMC/NE Med to create unpaid internship opportunities to help individuals with developmental disabilities gain knowledge and skills which could potentially lead to paid employment.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Project SEARCH Open House flyer NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
Open House event promotion flyer for interested individuals with developmental disabilities to participate in Project SEARCH on the UNMC and Nebraska Medicine campus.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
UNMC/Nebraska Medicine Project SEARCH Recruitment Assessment Day Flyer NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
Project SEARCH assessment day event promotion flyer for interested individuals with developmental disabilities to participate in a round of vocational assessments to determine if they would be appropriate for the Project SEARCH Program on the UNMC and Nebraska Medicine campus.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
Using a mirror to facilitate acquisition of gross motor imitation NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Nicole Rodriguez
nicole.rodriguez@unmc.edu
402-559-2410
We evaluated the efficacy of a procedure that incorporated a mirror to teach gross motor imitation with a 2-year-old boy who had been diagnosed with autistic disorder. Responses taught with a mirror were acquired more quickly than responses taught without the mirror and were maintained after the mirror was removed. These data in...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): nicole.rodriguez@unmc.edu
Using multiple schedules during functional communication training to promote rapid transfer of treatment effects. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863
Multiple schedules with signaled periods of reinforcement and extinction have been used to thin reinforcement schedules during functional communication training (FCT) to make the intervention more practical for parents and teachers. We evaluated whether these signals would also facilitate rapid transfer of treatment effects acro...[more]

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
Using multiple schedules during functional communication training to promote rapid transfer of treatment effects. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Chicago, IL. NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Wayne Fisher
wfisher@unmc.edu
402-559-8863

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): brian.greer@unmc.edu
Virtual mentorship network (VMN) NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Keith Allen
kdallen@unmc.edu
402-559-5756

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tara.sjuts@unmc.edu
What is Project SEARCH? NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 tdharper@unmc.edu
Overview presentation about Project SEARCH at UNMC and NE Medicine. Job rotation sites are listed along with project partners.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): tdharper@unmc.edu
What is Respite for Employers and Employees NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
This provides an overview of the role of Respite for family caregivers. It targets working caregivers and offers suggestions for the caregiver and employer.

To Obtain Copies (URL or Email): sarah.swanson@unmc.edu
Zika Teratogenicity NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Beth Conover
bconover@unmc.edu
402-559-6430

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Zika Virus in Pregnancy NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Beth Conover
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Zika virus Teratogenicity NE-Munroe-Meyer Institute of Genetics & Rehabilitation, UCEDD/LEND Fiscal Year: 2016 Beth Conover
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