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RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, AND RELATED GRANTS

 

 O'Neal, S., Dickerson, A.E., & Holbert, D. (2007). The use of theory by occupational therapists working

with adults with developmental disabilities. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 21, (4), 71-85.

 

Bradshaw, T. & Hughes, E. (2007). Psychophysiological responses of  individuals with severe/profound

mental retardation to activities in two environments. Master's thesis project, EastCarolinaUniversity,

Greenville, North Carolina.

 

O'Neal, S. (2006). Development of a biofeedback and psychophysiology center at CaswellCenter in

Kinston, NC. Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, Health Care Division and CaswellCenter

Foundation Grant. ($13,092 awarded).

 

O'Neal, S. & Velde B.P. (2006, November 13). Using Snoezelen with adults with severe or profound

mental retardation.OT Practice, 11 (20), 19-23.

 

O'Neal, S., Sugg, B., & Velde, B.P. (2005, May). An occupation-based approach for services to

individuals with severe and profound mental retardation. Presentation at the 85th Annual

American Occupational Therapy Association Conference and Expo, Long Beach, California.

[Presenters ordered alphabetically].

 

O'Neal, S., Sugg, B., & Velde, B.P. (2005, October). An occupation-based approach for services to

individuals with severe and profound mental retardation. Presentation at the North Carolina

Occupational Therapy 2005 Fall Conference, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. [Presenters

ordered alphabetically].

 

O'Neal, S. (2004). Occupation of adults with profound mental retardation and multiple physical

disabilities.Unpublished master's thesis, EastCarolinaUniversity, Greenville, North Carolina.

 

Sugg, B. (2004). The Snoezelen experience: Perceptions of care providers.Unpublished master's thesis,

            EastCarolinaUniversity, Greenville, North Carolina.

 

O'Neal, S., Dickerson, A.E., & Holbert, D. (2002). The use of theory by occupational therapists working

with adults with developmental disabilities. Poster session presented at the 13th World Congress

of Occupational Therapists, Stockholm, Sweden.

 

Elliott, S., O'Neal, S. & Velde, B. P. (2001). Using chaos theory to understand a community-built

occupational therapy practice. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 13, (3/4), 101-112.

 

O'Neal, S. (2000). Development of a Snoezelen room to create a multisensory environment to provide

unique sensory experiences for adults atCaswellCenter in Kinston, NC with moderate to

profound ranges of mental retardation. Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, Health Care Division

Grant and CaswellCenter Foundation Grant. ($36,642 awarded).

 

Fleetwood, D., Lust, C.A., & Motteler, E. (1989). Development and implementation of a dysphagia

program in a mental retardation residential facility. Developmental Disabilities: A Handbook for

Occupational Therapists, 6, (2/3), 153-172.

  

For additional information, contact Skip O'Neal, occupational therapist, CaswellDevelopmentalCenter

(252) 208-4056 or skip.oneal@ncmail.net.

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