AIR-P Scholars Awardees

2020-21

PROJECT AWARDEE INSTITUTION
Community-Based Self-Determination Intervention to Enhance Goal Setting and Attainment
Targeting Employment, Postsecondary Education, Community Participation,
and Physical Health Outcomes
Sheida Raley Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities (KUCDD)
Health equity promotion for sexual and gender minorities on the autism spectrum Laura Graham-Holmes Kaiser Permanente/CUNY
Exploring the Mental Health Care Experiences of Autistic LGBTQ+ Youth: A Community-participatory Study Lauren Baczewski UCLA
Informing the Design of Culturally Relevant Transition Programing for
Racial/Ethnic Minority and Linguistically Diverse Young People and Their Families
Kendra Liljenquist University of Washington
The Birds and Bees: A pilot study of a parent-mediated sexuality education program for preteens and teens on the Autism Spectrum Lindsey DeVries University of Colorado School of Medicine
Evaluating a Remote Developmental Assessment for Latinx Infants and Toddlers at High Likelihood for Developing Autism Jessica Kinard University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Patient, Parent, and Provider Partnerships in Healthcare Transition: A New Program for Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders Diana Cejas University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Specialty Neurodevelopmental Care for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder – What Works? Jessica Solomon Sanders University of Colorado School of Medicine
Increasing Access to Autism-Specific Care in Primary Care: Diagnosis and Access to Treatment Alice Bravo University of Washington