The CCHD in partnership with Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training (KCART) and Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities (KUCDD) receives a number of grants to provide services for children with disabilities, and to conduct research in the field of developmental disabilities (DD). Through research carried out at university centers like the CCHD, service delivery to children and adults with DD evolves into best practices, improving the quality of life for individuals, families and communities.
Current studies publishing opportunities being pursued currently at the CCHD include:
- Functional Brain Mechanisms of Sensorimotor Issues in Autism (Mosconi/KCART)
- Girls Night Out (Jamison and Schuttler)
- Behavioral and Genetic Processes associated with Burnside-Butler Syndrome (Mosconi and Butler/KCART)
- Supporting Employment through Self-Determination for Young Adults with ASD: A Feasibility Study (Dean/KUCDD)
Last modified: Oct 24, 2019