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Family Well-Being and Safety$2,083,371.00
Fiscal Year: 2010
  

Download 2010 Family Well-Being and Safety projects (EXCEL)
Studies in this subcategory evaluate issues of caregiver stress and measures of quality of life for individuals with ASD and their families, as well as assess programs to help parents navigate the service system after their child receives an ASD diagnosis. It also surveys safety issues for those with autism, including wandering and bullying.
Graph: The Practitioner training subcategory in Question 5 dwarfed the other four categories, accounting for 74% of the funding for this question. Services utilization and access followed with 13% of the funding, and Efficacious and cost-effective service delivery accounted for 9%. Only 3% of funding was designated for projects related to Family well-being and safety, and even less (1%) for Community inclusion programs.
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Use of a family navigator in families with children newly diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder Augustyn, Marilyn Q5.S.A Boston Medical Center
Supporting the well-being of families of young children with autism spectrum disorders Feinberg, Emily Q5.Other Boston Medical Center
Teaching children with autism to seek help when lost Bergstrom, Ryan Q5.L.D Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Randomized trial of safety skills training for children with ASD Tarbox, Jonathan Q5.L.D Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Teaching stranger safety skills to children with autism Bergstrom, Ryan Q5.L.D Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Electronic location reporting for individuals with cognitive disabilities Sherwood, Tom Q5.S.D Intellispeak, LLC
ASD Wandering Survey No PI listed Q5.S.D Kennedy Krieger Institute
Quality of life for children with autism spectrum disorders and their parents Kuhlthau, Karen Q5.Other Massachusetts General Hospital
Victimization, pragmatic language, and social and emotional competence in adolescents with ASD Kelley, Elizabeth Q5.S.D Queen's University
Safe Signals: Teaching high functioning young adults with autism spectrum disorders about community safety behaviors Murray-Johnson, Lisa Q5.L.D The Ohio State University Medical Center
A parent to parent model of support and service coordination for families of preschool age children with ASD Bruder, Mary Beth Q5.S.A University of Connecticut Health Center
The effects of a bicycle training intervention on health, physical activity, sleep, and community participation in youth with Down syndrome and autism spectrum disorders Ulrich, Dale Q5.L.D University of Michigan
Conventional vs. mindfulness intervention in parents of children with disabilities Dykens, Elisabeth Q5.Other Vanderbilt University