Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities

KUCDD researchers are investigating:

  • the impact of technology on self-determination of youth with cognitive disabilities
  • the effectiveness of a career development model on young girls with disabilities
  • the bearing of promoting self-determination or transition-related and adult outcomes
  • differences in consumer satisfaction with healthcare services and physician evaluations delivered by telemedicine clinics compared with traditional, onsite physician evaluation.
  • the influence of technology use on the self-determination and self-direction of students with cognitive disabilities.

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