We gave a presentation on the AASPIRE Healthcare Toolkit to the Oregon Commission on ASD. The Commission has been very helpful and supportive to us during the course of the project.
We've completed data collection for the Healthcare Toolkit Study 3. Many thanks to our particpants for their time. We will post a link to the public version of the toolkit web site soon, as well as post about publications from the project.
AASPIRE was the topic of one of the talks given at Portland State University's Social Determinants of Health Research to Action Symposium in Portland, Oregon. Information about the symposium and slides for all the talks can be found on the symposium web site.
We've published our first paper about the computer program we used to conduct the Partnering study. The paper is called "Development of an audio-computer assisted self-interview to investigate violence and health in the lives of adults with developmental disabilities". See Disability and Health Journal for an electronic copy.