Helping children with intellectual disabilities develop real-world life skills in virtual reality

Helping children with intellectual disabilities develop real-world life skills in virtual reality

Chief Investigator: Mr Stefan Michalski [Early Career Researcher] Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disordersClinical Study. Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $39,990 Recipient: University of
A randomised controlled trial of cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia in children on the autism spectrum

A randomised controlled trial of cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia in children on the autism spectrum

Chief Investigator: DR Michelle Short Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Clinical Study Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $98,634 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Children

“Switching ON Participation” : Evaluation of the measurement properties of the Switch Access Measure (SAM-2) and its potential as a clinically-informative outcome assessment for children who have complex physical disabilities.

Chief Investigator: Toan Nguyen Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Clinical Study Funding Amount: $74,598 Recipient: Novita Children’s Services Overview: Effective assistive technology (AT)

Can robotic technology assist children with cerebral palsy after botulinum toxin injection?

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Remo Russo Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Clinical Study Funding Amount: $94,724 Recipient: Women’s and Children’s Health Network Overview:

Optimizing treatment adherence and supporting ongoing desensitization following peanut oral immunotherapy in children: a randomized controlled trial of daily versus weekly peanut ingestion

Chief Investigator: Dr Billy Tao Research Area: Clinical Study Funding Amount: $ 74,843 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Peanut allergy represents a significant health and psychological burden to children and their