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Effects of a Mobile-Based Skill Building Coaching Technology Intervention for People with Cognitive Disabilities: a 6-month randomized controlled-pilot feasibility study (R3)

Timeline: Year 5 (2013)

This project is a  6-month randomized controlled feasibility study to investigate the effects of a “Mobile-Based Skills Build Coach Technology (aka as “Mobile Coach”) on a sample of employed adults with cognitive disabilities  by comparing selective outcomes of work performance, work satisfaction, self-efficacy, length of stay in the job, and wellbeing to the non-mobile coach device group(control).

Participate in Mobile Coach research

Principal Investigator:
Jim Sandstrum, MA CCC-SLP
Assistive Technology Partners
jim.sandstrum@ucdenver.edu


Staff:
Patricia Heyn, PhD
Assistive Technology Partners
patricia.heyn@ucdenver.edu

Sarel Van Vuuren, PhD
Assistive Technology Partners
sarel.vanvuuren@colorado.edu

Michael Melonis, BS
Assistive Technology Partners
michael.melonis@ucdenver.edu

Matt Lanning, BS
Assistive Technology Partners
matthew.lanning@ucdenver.edu

Cathy Bodine, PhD
Assistive Technology Partners
cathy.bodine@ucdenver.edu



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Funding is provided by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research under the US Department of Education, Grant #H133E090003, the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities and Assistive Technology Partners.

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