IN LEND and LEAH Programs Host Trainee Poster Session

May 17, 2017

The Riley Child Development Center (IN LEND) hosted the 7th annual MCH Poster session and professional networking reception on Friday, April 21, 2017.  Trainees from both the IN LEND and LEAH programs shared their research and leadership projects.  The posters were well received, with good discussions and future connections made!

Poster topics were wide-ranging and included:

  • It Takes a Village to Educate & Care for a Preschool Child with Special Needs
  • Practitioner Competence Evaluating Developmental Disabilities in Immigrant & Refugee Communities
  • A Comparison of Stigma Experienced in Families with Individuals Diagnosed with Autism or an Intellectual/Cognitive Disability
  • A Closer Look at the Great Lakes LEND Programs
  • A Survey of Infant Mental Health Services Available to Children & Families Working with the Indiana Department of Child Services
  • Robot-Assisted Gait Training Protocols & Outcomes: Comparing Clinical Use & Trends in Current Literature
  • Self-Advocate LEND Fellowship: Paving a Path
  • The Effects of Equine-Assisted Therapies on Functional & Participation Outcomes in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Systematic Literature Review
  • Discourse of Disability and the Introductory Special Education Curriculum
  • Silver Diamine Fluoride & Potassium Iodide Inhibition of Streptococcus mutans Biofilm
  • Gender Difference in Sexual Attitudes, Behavior, & Communication in Adolescent Women with Male & Female Partners
  • The Role of Relationship Length in Sexual Risk During Repeated Sexually Coercive Experiences in Adolescent Women's Romantic Relationships
  • Links Between Childhood & Adolescent Relationships Among Young Women IPV Survivors Who Have Sex with Women

Further information about the posters is available from Training Director, Rylin Rodgers, at [email protected]