This exciting opportunity for all START programs to share what they have learned is a key part of our annual Training Institute. 2017 posters will be presented from representatives of START programs in: Arkansas, Hawaii, Iowa, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New York, Virginia, and Texas. Posters will demonstrate the effective analysis and application of data gathered from SIRS (START Information and Reporting System). Posters will be judged and award recipients will be announced at the Awards Dinner on Monday evening.
Posters will be announced in February, 2017.
- Building Capacity- Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Interdisciplinary Consultation Teams for Individuals Diagnosed with IDD – New Hampshire START
- Creating Data Based Bio-Psycho-Social Resource Center Discharge Summaries: – NC START East
- Creating National Maps to Compare States on Important Mental Health Outcomes: B. Barger & A. Roach – Center for Leadership in Disability, School of Public Health, Georgia State University
- CSS I-START – The START in Iowa
- Cultural Considerations for the START Program – Texas START El Paso
- Effects of Extended Stays on Therapeutic Value of Resource Centers: Katherine Howell, Jill Hinton & Jason Tuell – VA START Region 1
- Implementing the START Model with In-Home Supports Serving Child and Adult Systems – New York START Region 1
- Increasing Utilization of a Resource Center – VA START Region 2
- Perceptions of Health Care Providers by Parents of Children with Developmental Disabilities in Georgia: B. Barger, R. Wells & D. Crimmins – Center for Leadership in Disability, School of Public Health, Georgia State University
- Profile of Emergency Department Visits/Admissions Pre and Post START: – New York START Region 3
- Resource Center – Therapeutic Group Activities for Individuals with IDD – Texas START Travis Co.
- The Factor Structure of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire – Center for Leadership in Disability, School of Public Health, Georgia State University
- Using the Aberrant Behavior Checklist (ABC) to Measure Change for the Individual and their System of Care – NC START Central
- Working with Children and Adolescents within the START Model: Three Examples – New York START Region 1