Interdisciplinary Autism Certificate Present at Annual Ocalicon Conference
Congratulations to our Interdisciplinary Autism certificate students on their presentations at the annual Ocalicon, the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Disability Conference (OCALI). OCALI’s mission is to inform public policy, consult and collaborate with both state and national partners, and research, develop, and deploy best practices. Each year Dr. Myra Beth Bundy and her collaborator, EKU OT Foundation Professor Dr. Shirley O’Brien, mentor a group of their students to present at and attend this major autism event.
Natalie Fielders, Macaulay Schifferdecker, and Mackenzie King all presented at the 2017 event along with psychology students Maggie Freeman and Corey Sheldon, and Drs. Bundy and O’Brien. This is a terrific opportunity for interprofessional education in practice and research. Congratulations all!
Published on December 13, 2017