Case Studies Materials

The Knowledge Translation strategy requires that the new knowledge generated by a research study be written in a manner that conforms to the values and interests of each targeted audience, and that the materials are presented through multiple media channels. So for each of the three RCT Case Studies, the project team first tailored the research findings to emphasize the values and interests of the targeted audiences, and then generated the resulting materials for presentation in two formats: a written information package and a webcast. All of these materials are available for reference through the following links: 

Case Study on Augmentative and Alternative Communication Technology

Information Package on Augmentative Alternative Communication for Socially Valued Adult Roles (2010)

Flagg, J. Broker Version

Oddo, C. Clinician Version

Leahy, J. Manufacturer Version

Stone, V. Researcher Version

Lockett, M. & Usiak, D. Consumer Version

Lane, J. Policymaker Version

Webcast on Augmentative Alternative Communication for Socially Valued Adult Roles (2011)

Broker Version 

Clinician Version 

Manufacturer Version  

Researcher Version 

Consumer Version 

Policymaker Version

Case Study on Recreational Access Technology

Information Package on AIMFREE: Accessibility Instruments Measuring Fitness and Recreation Environments (2011)

Flagg, J. Broker Version

Leahy, J. Industry Version

Oddo, C. Prescriber Version 

Stone, V. Researcher Version

Lockett, M. Consumer Version

Webcast on Aimfree (2012)

Broker Version  

Industry Version 

Prescribers Version 

Researchers Version 

Consumers Version

Case Study on Wheeled Mobility Technology

Information Package on Wheeled Mobility (2012)

Flagg, J. Broker Version

Leahy, J. Industry Version

Oddo, C. Prescriber Version

Stone, V.  Researcher Version

Lockett, M. Consumer Version