The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Inclusive Technologies (Wireless RERC) aims to integrate established wireless technologies with emerging wirelessly connected devices and services for a transformative future where individuals with disabilities achieve independence, improved quality of life, and enhanced community participation. Through an agenda of research, development, training and outreach activities, successful innovations will engage, connect and accelerate access to a dynamic inclusive wireless ecosystem.
View publications from the CLD Team focused on this research topic:
- Paul, C. D., Jimenez, E., & Vinoski Thomas, E. (2020). Technology use for social connectedness: Exploring the experiences of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, family members, and professionals [Research Brief]. Wireless RERC, 20(1).
- Paul, C. D., Jimenez, E., Vinoski Thomas, E., Doulin, A. M., & Hussain, S. Z. (2020, under review). Using wireless technology to support social connectedness in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A focus group study. Journal of Special Education Technology.
- Byars, J., Graybill, E., Wellons, Q., & Harper, L. (2020). Monitoring Social Media and Technology Use to Prevent Youth Suicide and School Violence. Contemporary School Psychology.