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3rd IASSIDD Asia-Pacific Regional Congress
Multiformity and diversity:
Combining individual care and community-based supports
August 22 – 24, 2014
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
i ACKNOWLEGEMENTS
An event such as this could not take place without the efforts of many people. We would like to thank
the Local Organizing Committee and the Program Committee for the hours of work involved. We would
also like to thank the many presenters who will share their work with you.
Welcome to Japan
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
ii TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowlegements i
Section 2 - Welcome 1
IASSIDD President Vianne Timmons 1
IASSIDD Asia-Pacific Congress Liaison, Kuo Yu (Lisa) Wang 2
IASSIDD Vice-President, Asia-Pacific, Henry Kwok 2
Chair, Local Organizing Committee, Hitoshi Hara 3
Section 3 - Congress Committees 7
Local Organizing Committee 7
Program Committee 7
Section 4 - IASSIDD Council 8
2012-2016 8
Section 4 - General Information 9
About the Congress 9
Registration and General Information Desk 9
Lunch 9
Internet Access 9
Ceremony and Social Events 10
Map and Access to Waseda University 11
Waseda Campus Map 12
Waseda University International Conference Center floor plan 13
Waseda University 11th Building 5th Floor floor plan 14
Instructions for Presenters 15
Section 5 – The Program 16
How to use the Program Book 16
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Congress Themes 17
Program at a Glance – 21 August 18
Program at a Glance – 22 August 18
Program at a Glance – 23 August 19
Program at a Glance – 24 August 19
Symposium Session 1 – August 22, 14:30 – 16:00 20
Symposium Session 2 – August 22, 16:30 – 18:00 21
Symposium Session 3 – August 23, 9:30-11:00 22
Symposium Session 4 – August 23, 16:30-18:00 23
Symposium Session 5 – August 24, 9:30-11:00 24
Poster Session 1 – August 22, 13:00-14:30 25
Poster Session 2 – AUGUST 23, 13:00-14:30 26
Index of Presenters 27
Index of Moderators 28
Section 7 - Sponsors 29
Supporters’ Organizations 29
Sponsors 29
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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SECTION 2 - WELCOME
IASSIDD President Vianne Timmons
Welcome to the third IASSIDD Asia-Pacific Regional Congress. It is my distinct
pleasure to bring greetings to all the delegates who have made the journey to
be with us here in Tokyo. This congress promises to be an engaging, thoughtprovoking, and inspiring event.
IASSIDD is, as you all know, the premier association for research on disabilities in
the world. Our goal as an organization is to promote the scientific study of
intellectual and related developmental disabilities, and through gatherings like
this, we share ideas, best practices, and lessons learned with one another and
with the broader international community. As our societies grow and evolve, it is
increasingly important for us to explore innovative and effective ways of
supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their
families, and their communities.
This congress is also an important professional opportunity, providing a space for networking and
learning about trend-setting research. We are fortunate to have a fabulous slate of speakers from all
over the world, who will share their ideas and offer truly global perspectives that will hopefully inspire
and motivate all of us in our work.
I would like to congratulate and commend the program committee and the local organizing
committee on planning this congress. It is no small feat to make an event like this happen, and I thank
you for your dedication and your hard work.
It is critical to have these regional congresses, as they allow us to all become better educated about
regional issues, and about the differences and commonalities that exist in our world. I am looking
forward to a great event, and I thank you all for your participation.
Vianne Timmons
IASSIDD President
President and Vice-Chancellor
University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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IASSIDD Asia-Pacific Congress Liaison, Kuo Yu (Lisa) Wang
Welcome and farewell my dear friends and colleagues in the Asia-Pacific region.
Eight years ago, IASSIDD held a 1st Asia-Pacific Regional Congress in Taipei,
Taiwan. I was honored to chair the organizing committee for that inaugural event.
IASSIDD’s decision to hold congresses in the Asia-Pacific region was to promote
and facilitate regional or cross regional collaboration among researchers from
Western or developed countries to work with Asia-Pacific countries to improve our
understanding of culture and its impact on policy and practice for persons with
intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in this region. Since the 1st
congress, progress has been made in this region. After the 2nd regional congress
held in Singapore, IASSIDD sponsored two initiatives: the creation of a regional
database of researchers working in this field throughout the region, and grants to
encourage local researchers to attend our IASSIDD World Congress in Halifax (Canada) last year.
I have enjoyed my role as liaison for the region on the IASSIDD executive. As my term comes to an end, I
am glad that Henry Kwok from Hong Kong is on board to serve as Vice-President Asia-Pacific for
IASSIDD. I am confident he will take on the challenge ahead to ensure IASSIDD has an even stronger
voice on behalf of persons with IDD in this region. My devotion and love for colleagues, parents, and
researchers will never fade away.
Dr. Kuo Yu (Lisa) Wang
IASSIDD Asia-Pacific Congress Liaison
Professor and Dean of Social Science College, National Chung Cheng University, Chai-yi, Taiwan
IASSIDD Vice-President, Asia-Pacific, Henry Kwok
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you all to the 3rd Asia-Pacific Regional
Congress in Tokyo. This regional congress has become a signature event that
attracts an impressive number of health care practitioners, researchers, carers
and policy makers from not only the Asia-Pacific region but around the world.
We have a rich and informative program with a wide range of distinguished
international speakers to share their knowledge, research, insight and expertise.
The event offers an opportunity for participants to meet for the purpose of
discussing common interests related to persons with IDD, from individual care to
community-based supports, particularly in this region of the world.
Through research and sharing of innovative ideas, we obtain the necessary
information to support the best and most appropriate services for persons with
IDD. This is especially important in countries where such services do not exist or
have not yet developed. I hope the Keynote addresses, paper presentations, posters and discussions
will inspire every participant to further enhance their skills and care for persons with IDD when they return
to their home country. I wish to thank the local organizing committee for their vital effort in making this
congress a great success and hope all of our delegates will enjoy a rewarding and memorable time in
Tokyo.
Dr. Henry Kwok
IASSIDD Vice-President Asia-Pacific Region 2012-2016
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Chair, Local Organizing Committee, Hitoshi Hara
Dear Friends and Colleagues of IASSIDD,
I am delighted to welcome you all to the 3rd IASSIDD Asia-Pacific Regional
Congress in Tokyo.
First of all, I would like to begin by expressing our deepest appreciation for the
support we received from countries and regions around the world after the
Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011, in which people with
disabilities were among those who suffered the most. Japanese Association of
the Study for Developmental Disabilities (JASDD) researchers and clinicians
have provided support to the people and community affected by the
disasters while continuing with preparations for this event. This congress would
not have been possible without the support of all those who have
participated in this event including the IASSIDD secretariat. I would like to reiterate my deepest
appreciation.
Under the theme of “Multiformity and Diversity: Combining Individual Care and Community-Based
Support”, the conference will feature eight plenary lectures along with a total of about 300 oral and
poster presentations as well as symposia. I am pleased to inform you that the number of presentations
exceeded that of the past two Asia-Pacific Regional Conferences. I would expect the contents of the
conference will also be successful.
This conference is held under the joint sponsorship of the Science Council of Japan. This is the second
joint sponsorship following the 16th Asian Conference on Mental Retardation held in the city of Tsukuba,
Ibaraki Prefecture in 2003. I would like to extend our appreciation to Waseda University for providing the
venue for this conference, especially the university’s Division of Culture Program and Faculty of
Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences. I am also appreciative of the Tokyo International Center,
Japan International Cooperation Agency for joining our organizing committee. I would like to
acknowledge that this conference is being held with the support of various companies and institutions.
I hope that all the participants enjoy the three days’ Conference and summer season in Tokyo.
With warm wishes,
Hitoshi Hara, MD., PhD.
Chair, Local Organizing Committee for the 3rd IASSIDD Asia-Pacific Regional Conference
President of the Japanese Association of the Study for Developmental Disabilities
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Section 3 - Congress Committees
Local Organizing Committee
Hitoshi HARA M.D., Ph.D.
Chair, LOC, President, Japanese
Association of the Study for
Developmental Disabilities, JASDD
Director General, Yokohama Central
Area Habitation Center for Children
Tomoko Takamura, Ph.D.
Treasurer, LOC, Executive Councilor,
JASDD
Professor, Graduate School of
Humanities and Sciences
Ochanomizu University
Atushi KANNO Ph.D.,
Vice-Chair, LOC, Vice-President,
JASDD
Professor, Center for the Research
and Support of Education Practice,
Tokyo Gakugei University
Kazuyuki SAKAZUME, Ph.D.
Executive Councilor, JASDD
Professor, Graduate School of
Education,
Faculty of Education and Integrated
Arts and Sciences, Waseda
University
Shigeru SUEMITSU, MD., Ph.D.
Executive Councilor, JASDD
President, Social Welfare
Organization Asahikawaso
Kiyoshi OTOMO, Ph.D.
Executive Councilor, JASDD
Professor, Center for the Research
and Support of Education Practice,
Tokyo Gakugei University
Souichi HASHIMOTO, Ph.D.
Executive Councilor, Treasurer,
JASDD
Professor, Center for the Research
and Support of Education Practice,
Tokyo Gakugei University
Eigi YUKUMI
Executive Councilor, JASDD
Director, The Japanese Association
on Intellectual and Developmental
Disorders,
Sui SONE M.D.
Councilor, JASDD
Section Chief, Center for severelyhandicapped children
Hirokazu OSADA, Ph.D.
Councilor, JASDD
Professor, Graduate School of Law,
Senshyu University
Koichiro YAMAGUCHI
Professor, Graduate School of
Teacher Education,
Faculty of Education and Integrated
Arts and Sciences, Waseda
University
Chiyoko NUMATA
Director, Japan League on
Developmental Disabilities
Program Committee
Hitoshi HARA M.D., Ph.D.
Director General,
Yokohama Central Area Habitation
Center for Children
Henry Kwok, FRCPsych
Vice-President, Asia-Pacific Region,
IASSIDD
Tomoko Takamura, Ph.D.
Professor, Graduate School of
Humanities and Sciences
Ochanomizu University
Keith McVilly, Ph. D.
Deakin University School of
Psychology
Kuoyu (Lisa) Wang, Ph.D.
Asia-Pacific Congress Liaison
IASSIDD
Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz, Ph.D.
Associate Professor,
Queen's University
Maureen McDonald
IASSIDD Secretariat
Reviewers
David Allen
Malin Broberg
Ivan Brown
Meghan Burke
Virginie Cobigo
Meaghan Edwards
Eric Emerson
Kitty-Rose Foley
Sheridan Forster
Jasmina Frey Skrinjar
Hitoshi Hara
Henry Kwok
Yves Lachapelle
Wanda Lyons
Bea Maes
Keith McVilly
Dawna T. Torres Mughal
Kerim Munir
Glynis Murphy
Kiyoshi Otomo
Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz
Trevor Parmenter
Lynette Roberts
Joann Simon
Sui Sone
Laurence Taggart
Kuo-yu (Lisa) Wang
Stephen Winn
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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SECTION 4 - IASSIDD COUNCIL
2012-2016
Vianne Timmons
President
Philip W. Davidson
President Elect
Glynis Murphy
Past-President
Keith McVilly
Treasurer
Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz
Secretary
Michael Wehmeyer
Vice-President, Americas
Germain Weber
Vice-President, Europe
Henry Kwok
Vice-President, Asia-Pacific
Colleen Adnams
Vice-President, Africa/Eastern
Mediterranean
Eric Emerson
Vice-President, WHO Liaison
Kuoyu (Lisa) Wang
Asia-Pacific Congress Liaison
Christine Bigby
Aging and Intellectual Disabilities
Julie Beadle-Brown
Comparative Policy and Practice
Jane McCarthy
Challenging Behaviour and Mental
Health
Giorgio Albertini
Down Syndrome
Hans Reinders
Ethics
Malin Broberg
Families
Robert Davis
Health Issues
David McConnell
Parenting with Intellectual Disability
Bea Maes
Profound Multiple Disabilities
Ivan Brown
Quality of Life
Roy Brown
Director, IASSIDD Academy
Matthew Janicki
JPPID Editor
Chris Oliver
JIDR Editor
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Section 4 - General Information
About the Congress
Date: August 22-24, 2013
Venue: Waseda University International Conference Center
Address: 1-20-14, Nishiwaseda Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0051 JAPAN
Official Language: English
Registration and General Information Desk
The registration desk will be open at the following times and location:
Lobby in the Waseda University International Conference Center
 Wednesday, August 21—12:00-19:00
 Thursday, August 22— 08:30-18:00
 Friday, August 23—09:00-18:00
 Saturday, August 24— 09:00-13:00
Lunch
Participants who have pre-registered for lunch, may pick up their meal ticket at the registration desk.
Internet Access
The International Conference Center has no wireless Internet facilities. If you would like to connect to
the Internet, please go to the following address:
http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/arrange/essential/internet.html
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Ceremony and Social Events
Academic tour - Date: August 21 Wednesday
A. Center for severely-handicapped children
Departure Time: 14:00 (Anticipated return time is 17:30—may be later depending on traffic.)
Assemble: Okuma Auditorium. Please assemble in front of the building 10 minutes prior to the
departure.
Venue: The National Rehabilitation Center for Children with Disabilities
B. The Japanese Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disorders
Departure Time: 14:00 (Anticipated return time is 17:30—may be later depending on traffic.)
Assemble: Okuma Auditorium. Please assemble in front of the building 10 minutes prior to the
departure.
Venue: Hattatsu Kyokai, the Japanese Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disorders
C. School for handicapped children (DVD Presentation 14:00 - 16:00)
Time: 14:00-16:00
Venue: ICC-7
Welcome Cocktail
Date: August 21 Wednesday
Time: 17:00-19:00
Venue: ICC-2
Opening Ceremony
Date: August 22 Thursday
Time: 10:20-11:00 (Doors Open: 8:30; Doors Close:10:00)
Venue: ICC- Ibuka Hall
*Please be sure to bring your identification card to the Opening Ceremony August 22. You are
requested to refrain from taking pictures. Opening Ceremony admission will be from 8:30 to
10:00. Please note that from 10:00 to 11:00, entrance and exit is not possible.
Yukata Dressing
Date: August 22 Thursday
Time: 18:00-20:00
Venue: ICC-4th Floor- Room1
Tea Ceremony
Date: August 23 Friday
Time: 13:00-14:30
Venue: ICC-4th Floor- Room1
GALA Dinner
Date: August 23 Friday
Time: 19:00-21:00
Venue: Royal Room, Righa Royal Hotel Tokyo
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Map and Access to Waseda University
From JR Takadanobaba Station
Use the free shuttle bus, about 10 minutes. The shuttle
bus operates between 9:10 and 21:40 Monday to
Friday and 8:10 and 21:40 weekends and holidays.
The shuttle bus leaves from the Waseda exit at 10
minutes and 40 minutes after the hour.
Note that on weekends and holidays between 10:00
and 18:00, the shuttle leaves every 15 minutes. For the
return trip, the shuttle bus leaves the hotel on the hour
and half hour.
From Narita Airport
Take the JR Narita Express train to Tokyo station, about 55 minutes. From there, take a taxi to the hotel,
about 22 minutes. Alternatively, take the JR Narita Express train to Shinjuku station, about 75 minutes.
From there, take a taxi to the hotel, about 12 minutes.
Further details about the Narita Express - http://www.narita-airport.jp/en/access/train/
For yet another route, take the Keisei Sky Liner to Keisei Ueno station, just under one hour. From there,
take a taxi to the hotel, about 20 minutes.
Further details about Keisei Sky Liner - http://www.keisei.co.jp/keisei/tetudou/skyliner/us/ae_outline/index.html
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Waseda Campus Map
The congress is held on two main buildings of Waseda University: the International Conference Center
and Building 11.
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Waseda University International Conference Center floor plan
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Waseda University 11th Building 5th Floor floor plan
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Instructions for Presenters
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
There are two types of oral presentations:
 Plenary Lectures: 50 minutes
 Symposia: 15 minutes per presentation for symposia with 4 presentations; 20 minutes per
presentation for symposia with 3 presentations
Please note that the duration listed above is the total duration for each presentation, including PC
connection.
The official language for presentation is English.
A digital projector will be available for each presentation.
Each presenter must adhere to the schedule. Each presenter is required to bring
his/her presentation files on USB or PC with D-sub 15pin connection. The power
supply in Japan is 100v, with a 2-prong socket.
Please give the file or PC to the staff at the each presentation room well before your session.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Poster boards are located in Room ICC-1 on the 3rd floor of the International Conference Center. The
size of each poster board is 160 × 110 cm (height × width). A presenter should place his/her poster on
the poster board according to the designated space as per the program book. (See poster sessions 1
and 2 for ID numbers.)
Pushpins are available at the poster reception desk.
Display of your poster should be conducted according to the following schedule.
Poster Mounting Discussion time Poster Removal
August 22 8:30-12:30 13:30 -14:30 16:30-18:00
August 23 9:00-12:30 13:30 -14:30 16:30-18:00
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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SECTION 5 – THE PROGRAM
How to use the Program Book
Within this section you will find:
1. Congress themes : Every presentation in the congress is represented by a theme. For the symposia,
themes are sometimes represented by codes. The following table explains the codes and the
themes they represent.
2. Program at a Glance : This section offers an overview and time schedule of activities taking place
from August 21-24, including all plenary and poster presentations, meetings, roundtable/panel
discussions, videos and Academy workshops.
3. Symposium Sessions 1 through 5: Symposia are listed in columns, identifying the room, symposium
title, chair and individual presentations.
Room number
Symposium title and chair
First presentation in symposium (presentation order subject to
change), showing title of presentation, author, and page of
JPPID on which full abstract can be found.
Second presentation in symposium (presentation order subject
to change), showing title of presentation, author, and page
of JPPID on which full abstract can be found.
Third presentation in symposium (presentation order subject to
change), showing title of presentation, author, and page of
JPPID on which full abstract can be found.
Symposia are all scheduled to run 90 minutes, and are comprised of three or four presentations of
15 or 20 minutes each, allowing 30 minutes for separate or shared discussion.
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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4. Poster Sessions 1 and 2: Posters will be presented from 13:00-14:30 on August 22 and 23. A complete
listing of all posters, indicating theme, ID number, title, first author and page of JPPID on which full
abstract can be found, can be found after the symposia listings, and is followed by a listing of first
authors and symposium chairs.
Theme
ID number Title
Author
5. Index of Presenters: An alphabetical listing of first authors as known at time of printing.
6. Index of Symposium Chairs: And alphabetical listing of all symposium chairs.
Congress Themes
Code Congress Theme
Aging Aging and Intellectual Disability
CBMH Challenging Behaviour and Mental Health
CPP Comparative Policy and Practice
Education Education and Intellectual Disability
Employment Employment and Intellectual Disability
Families Families and Intellectual Disability
Families/QoL Families / Quality of Life
Health Health Issues
Parenting Parenting with Intellectual Disability
PIMD Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disability
PIMD/ETH Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disability / Ethics
QOL Quality of Life
QOL/Families Quality of Life / Families
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Program at a Glance – 21 August
21 Aug
Date/Time
Room Event Contact Person
9:30-18:00
Ichizima
Memorial
IASSIDD Executive Meeting Vianne Timmons
12:00-19:00 ICC- Lobby Registration
14:00-17:00 ICC-3
Academy Workshop: Mental and behavior disorders in young
persons and adults with developmental disorders
Angela Hassiotis
14:00-17:00 ICC-1 Academy Workshop: Family quality of life across the life span Ivan Brown
14:00-17:00
Assemble in front
of Okuma
Auditorium
Academic tour: Center for severely-handicapped children
Sui Sone
14:00-17:00
Assemble in front
of Okuma
Auditorium
Academic tour: The Japanese Association on Intellectual and
Developmental Disorders
Eigi Yukum
14:00-16:00 ICC-7
Academic tour: School for handicapped children DVD
presentation
Kiyoshi Otomo
17:00-19:00 ICC-2 Welcome Cocktail
Program at a Glance – 22 August
22 Aug
Time
Room Event Contact Person
8:30-18:00 ICC - Lobby Registration
10:20-10:50 ICC-Ibuka Hall Opening Ceremony
11:00-12:00 ICC-Ibuka Hall Plenary Lecture 1 (KIM)
12:00-13:00 ICC-Ibuka Hall Plenary Lecture 2 (OFFICER)
13:00-14:30 ICC-1 Poster Session 1
13:00-14:30 11-502 IASSIDD Academy Meeting Roy Brown
13:00-14:30 11-503 Families SIRG Meeting Malin Broberg
13:00-14:30 11-505
FAMILIES WITH AUTISM: LET THEM STAND TALL: A video
celebration of the experiences of four families whose children
have autism spectrum disorders.
Robert Johnson
13:00-14:30 ICC-2
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION (CBMH1): Global research priorities:
Mental health needs of people with intellectual disability
Jane McCarthy
13:00-14:30 11-501
PANEL DISCUSSION ON USING “ABOVE THE WAVES” VIDEO:
Over the years we have forgotten the importance of giving
enough credit to the narratives of mothers parenting loved
ones with intellectual disabilities.
Annibal C. de
Amorim
14:30 – 16:00 Various Rooms Symposium Session 1
16:30 – 18:00 Various Rooms Symposium Session 2
18:00-20:00 ICC – 401 Yukata Dressing
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Program at a Glance – 23 August
23 Aug
Time
Room Event Contact Person
9:00-18:00 ICC - Lobby Registration
9:30-11:00 Various Rooms Symposium Session 3
9:30 -11:00 ICC-Ibuka Hall SIRG Coordination Committee Colleen Adnams
11:00-12:00 ICC-Ibuka Hall Plenary Lecture 3 (OGUNI)
12:00-13:00 ICC-Ibuka Hall Plenary Lecture 4 (NAKAZAWA)
13:00-14:30 1CC-1 Poster Session 2
13:00-14:30 11-501
A SPECIAL DAY Documentary: The everyday struggles of
mothers parenting individuals with Intellectual disabilities
and/or autism.
Annibal C. de
Amorim
13:00-14:30 ICC-3 2016 World Congress Program Committee Phil Davidson
13:00-14:30 11-503 Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities SIRG
13:00-14:30 11-506 Challenging Behaviour and Mental Health SIRG Jane McCarthy
13:00-14:30 11-507 Down Syndrome SIRG Roy Brown
13:00-14:30 11-401 Tea Ceremony
14:30-15:30 ICC-Ibuka Hall Plenary Lecture 5 (PERLIN)
15:30-16:30 ICC-Ibuka Hall Plenary Lecture 6 (NAGASE)
16:30-18:00 Various Rooms Symposium Session 4
19:00-21:00
Royal Room,
Righa Royal
Hotel
Gala Dinner
Program at a Glance – 24 August
23 Aug
Time
Room Event Contact Person
9:00-13:00 ICC - Lobby Registration
9:30-11:00 Various Rooms Symposium Session 5
11:00-12:00 ICC-Ibuka Hall
Plenary Lecture 7 (LLEWELLYN) with simultaneous translation
to Japanese
12:00-13:00 ICC-Ibuka Hall
Plenary Lecture 8 (TIMMONS) with simultaneous translation to
Japanese
13:00-13:30 ICC-Ibuka Hall Closing Ceremony
13:00-18:00 11-504 IASSIDD Council Meeting
Hélène
Ouellette-Kuntz
14:00-17:00 11-503
Academy Workshop: Inclusive storytelling with children and
adults who have developmental disabilities
Nicola Grove
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Symposium Session 1 – August 22, 14:30 – 16:00
ICC-Ibuka ICC-2 ICC-3 ICC-7 11-501
CBMH-2
Shinya Miyamoto/Hisako
Nishiyama, Chair
PIMD-1
Ellen Walker, Chair
QOL-1
Patricia O’Brien, Chair
Education-1
Vianne Timmons, Chair
QOL-2
Roy Brown, Chair
Psychosocial impacts of
disaster on people with
developmental disabilities:
Changes in mental health
problems in the 18 months
after the great East Japan
earthquake (p184)
YAGI, Junko
High quality interactions:
The key to high quality
individual care and
community-based
experiences (p164)
PRAIN, Meredith
Mobile technology as
assistive technology for
inclusive research teams:
Lessons from the field (p116)
CUMMING, Terry
Differing process of
inclusive education in
Sri Lanka: Teachers’
statements in
government schools
(p122)
FURUTA, Hiroko
What helps the cognitively
disabled to enjoy music
activities: towards improved
quality of life-long
development (p178)
UDO, Mariko
The psychosocial impact of
disaster on people with
developmental disabilities
(p122)
FUKUCHI, Naru
Hanging out program:
Evaluation of impact on
interaction in an adult day
service (p120)
FORSTER, Sheridan
A collaborative group
method of inclusive research
(p108)
BIGBY, Christine
Correlates of the
attitudes of elementary
school children toward
persons with disabilities
(p118)
DYSON, Lily
Activation of enjoyable music
therapy classes: the art of
rendering communication by
teachers (p172)
TAKANO, Miyuki
The psychosocial impact of
disaster on persons with
developmental disabilities:
Experiences from the Great
East Japan Earthquake
(p174)
TANAKA, Mari
Building relationships with
adults with profound
intellectual and multiple
disabilities in music therapy
(p141)
LEE, Ju-young
Being and keeping healthy:
An inclusive research
approach to exploring the
experiences of persons with
intellectual disabilities (p137)
KNOX, Marie
Promoting
mathematical
awareness: theoretical
explanations and
intervention (p163)
PORTER, Jill
Who considers this to be
music?: The role of musical
improvisation in community
activities (p157)
NUMATA, Rii
The four D's of inclusive
research: Decision making,
data collection, data analysis
and dissemination (p158)
O'BRIEN, Patricia
Lay crafting of joyful and
inclusive musical events:
Participant observation with a
community-based volunteer
group in South England (p125)
HARA, Mariko
11-502 11-503 11-505 11-506 11-507 11-504
Parenting-1
Catherine Wade, Chair
CPP-1
Jeffrey Chan, Chair
Education-2
Karen Moni, Chair
Families-1
Malin Broberg, Chair
QOL-3
Roy McConkey, Chair
Families-2
Keith McVilly, Chair
The health of parents
with intellectual
disabilities (p118)
EMERSON, Eric
Exploring perceptions
towards the employment of
restrictive practices in
Singapore (p163)
POON, Kenneth
Community
perspectives on literacy
for adults with
intellectual disabilities
(p108)
BRADSHAW MONI, Karen
Analyses of child
characteristics of
young children with
autism spectrum
disorders and
developmental
delays in Taiwan
(p111)
CHANG, Zih-Shian
Leisure activity and
social interaction using
social media (p105)
BALANDIN, Susan
Re-authoring
families’ lives through
a Brazilian women
self-advocacy
network (p102)
AMORIM, Annibal
Families with parents
with intellectual
disabilities (p148)
MENSAS, Lisbeth
Safeguarding rights of
persons with intellectual
disabilities: A case study of
the Queensland model
(p155)
NANKERVIS, Karen
Evidence-based
pedagogies to meet
the literacy needs of
adults with intellectual
disability (p134)
JOBLING, Anne
Parenting stress
between parents of
young children with
and without
disabilities: A
comparative study
(p111)
CHANG, Zih-Shian
The impact of Special
Olympics Project Unify
in India and four
European countries
(p148)
MCCONKEY, Roy
The Carer Successor
Scheme: An
enrichment program
for families of ageing
persons with multiple
disabilities and visual
impairments (p141)
LI, Po Ling
Children of parents with
intellectual disabilities in
Australia, (p145)
MAN, Wing Young
Technology infrastructures
for evidence-based and
person-centered
actualization of sustainable
positive outcomes (p123)
GAYNOR, James
Outcomes from a
longitudinal literacy
research program for
adults with intellectual
disabilities (p108)
BRADSHAW MONI, Karen
Preparation for ASD
diagnosis: Effects on
parents' experiences
and treatment
decision-making
(p124)
GOREN, Talya
Developing a
framework of personal
goals pursuit for people
with intellectual
disabilities: An initial
attempt (p183)
WONG, Phyllis King Shui
Not just stories: An
exploratory study of
storytelling to
enhance the
parenting skills of
parents of children
with ASD (p112)
CHEN, Nan-chieh
Key strategies that lead to
restraint and seclusion
reduction: A four-year study
of the use of restrictive
interventions in Victoria,
Australia (p110)
CHAN, Jeffrey
Developing content
and resources for
effective literacy
teaching and learning
in post school contexts
(p143)
LLOYD, Jan
Increasing and
measuring responsive
style in parents of
children who use
AAC (p109)
BROBERG, Malin
Parenting: A journey
of self-discovery and
self-transformation
(p161)
PANG, Jee Ching
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Aging-1
Trevor Parmenter, Chair
CPP-2
Keith McVilly, Chair
Families-3
Rachel Roberts, Chair
PIMD/ETH-1
Sheridan Forster, Chair
CPP-3
Gabor Toth, Chair
"Everything has changed
now”: Perspectives on
ageing from women with
intellectual disabilities
(p171) STRNADOVA, Iva
Offenders with intellectual
disability: A Delphi study
investigating barriers and
facilitators to effective
support and rehabilitation
(p148) MCVILLY, Keith
The wellbeing of siblings
of children with health
conditions or
impairments (p119)
EMERSON, Eric
Ethics in the classroom:
The re-examination of
the concept of
autonomy (p139)
KONO, Tetsuya
A comparison study of
international early intervention
and inclusive early childhood
education (p175)
TOTH, Gabor
It’s different in the country:
Supporting ageing-inplace for people with
intellectual disabilities
(p130) HUSSAIN, Rafat
Issues related to the
deployment of technologies
in clinical intervention:
Experience of rehabilitation
centers (p144)
LUSSIER-DESROCHERS, Dany
Socio-emotional and
behavioural trajectories
of siblings of children
with chronic health
conditions across the
childhood period
(p124) GIALLO,
Rebecca
Confidentiality: Can
we keep a promise?
(P105)
BALANDIN, Susan
International comparative study
on teachers’ and parents’ views
and perspectives regarding the
inclusion of children with
disabilities in early childhood
inclusive educational settings
(p166) SAITO, Masanori
This is who I am: Personal
meanings, roles, and
support networks of
persons with intellectual
disabilities (p136)
KNOX, Marie
The profile and service
use/need of persons with
intellectual disabilities in
Ireland: A comparison of
cross-sectional and
administrative data (p159)
O'DONOVAN, Mary-Ann
Parenting siblings of a
child with autism: An
intervention to
strengthen parenting
knowledge, skills, and
self-efficacy (p105)
BALDWIN, Laura
Reflections on
opportunities for
people with profound
intellectual and
multiple disabilities to
give informed consent
to participate in
research (p181)
WALKER, Ellen
Early childhood inclusive
education in Denmark: Past,
present and challenges (p186)
ZENIMOTO, Takayuki
Early childhood intervention in
Singapore: Progress and
challenges (p162)
POON, Kenneth
11-502 11-503 11-505 11-506 11-507 11-504
Parenting-2
Catherine Wade, Chair
QOL-4
Ivan Brown, Chair
Education-3
Lisa Wang, Chair
CBMH-3
Clare Townsend, Chair
Families-4
Roy McConkey, Chair
PIMD-2
Colleen Adnams, Chair
Healthy Start: An
Australian knowledge
exchange and
capacity building
strategy for supporting
professionals working
with parents with
intellectual disabilities
(p180) CLAYTON, Olivia
Indicators: How
do we know when
a person has a
"quality" life?
(p109)
BROWN, Ivan
Best practices in
school-to-work
transition for young
people with
intellectual
disabilities in China
(p184)
XU, Tianxi/Timothy
Understanding
specialist mental
health needs of
indigenous Australians
with intellectual
disabilities and
challenging behaviours
(p158) O'BRIEN,
Gregory
Chinese migrant
families raising a child
with a disability in
Australia: A
negotiation of cultures
(p 106)
BARTON, Rebecca
Sustaining
implementation:
Design and delivery
elements in two recent
special education
professional
development initiatives
for staff working with
students who have
complex needs (p103)
ARTHUR-KELLY, Michael
How did a woman with
an intellectual disability
decide to become a
parent? (p175)
TATSUTA, Mizuho
Reflection of self
and its implication
for persons with
developmental
disabilities (p161)
PANG, Jee Ching
Experiences of
young adults with
disabilities in
transition in
Malaysia: Listening
to parents (p142)
LIM, Boon Hock
Understanding
indigenous culture
within the parameters
of the social
construction of
challenging behavior
(p115) CULLEN, Jennifer
The personal impact
on Iranian mothers and
fathers who have a
child with
developmental
disabilities (p147),
MCCONKEY, Roy
A review of services to
persons with severe
motor and intellectual
disabilities in 5 daycare service centers
over 23 years (p139)
KONISHI, Tohru
Parenthood and
parenting with
intellectual disabilities
across Asia: An
exploratory study (p169)
SPENCER, Margaret
Measuring quality
of life outcomes
(p143)
LOMBARD, Marco
A case study on
the curriculum
structure in schoolto-work transition
for secondary
students with
disability in
Shenzhen China
(p184) XU, Tianxi
Specialist mental
health for indigenous
Australians with
intellectual disabilities
and challenging
behaviours (p183)
WHITE, Paul
The care burden of low
income families with a
member with an
intellectual disability in
Taipei City (p181)
WANG, Yu-Ju
Time study on the care
of individuals with
severe motor and
intellectual disabilities
at a day-care center
(p146)
MATSUBASA, Tadashi
Intellectual disabilities
and challenging
behaviour amongst
indigenous Australians
(p176)
TOWNSEND, Clare
Experiences in
preparing children with
disabilities for school:
Parent and teacher
viewpoints (p155)
NEILANDS, Judith
Daycare services for
children and adults
with severe motor and
intellectual disabilities
in Japan (p150)
MITO, Takashi
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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PIMD-3
Sheridan Forster, Chair
CBMH-4
Fiona Davis, Chair
QOL-5
Patricia O’Brien, Chair
Employment-1
Errol Cocks, Chair
Independence/
interdependence: Cultural
narratives and the social
inclusion of people with
profound disabilities (p125)
GROVE, Nicola
Quality of positive
behaviour support plans
(p116)
DAVIS, Fiona
Drama group work as an
warm-up process for
person centered planning
(p112)
CHEN, Jin-Ying
School-business
partnership and its impact
on transition outcomes for
students with intellectual
disability: A case study in
Fujian China (p122)
GAN, Zhaoliang
Participation in decision
making for persons with
severe-profound
intellectual disabilities:
What can it look like?
(p182)
WATSON, Jo
Inter-rater reliability
process and the Behaviour
Support Plan Quality
Evaluation scoring guide
version II (BSPQEII) (p116)
DAVIS, Fiona
Can person-centredness
bring about an
organisational cultural
shift? (p137)
KNOX, Marie
Australian apprentices
and trainees with
intellectual or learning
disabilities: Graduate
social and economic
outcomes (p114)
COCKS, Errol
Storytelling as a platform
for perception and
communication between
caregivers and persons
with profound intellectual
and multiple disabilities: An
exploratory research of
situational ethics (p112)
CHEN, Nan-chieh
Development of a
‘Behaviour Support Plan
Short Form Audit Tool’ for
non-clinicians (p117)
DAVIS, Fiona
The effect of personcentred active support on
choice and social
inclusion for people
moving from institutional
care to community living
(p165)
RICHES, Vivienne
Working environment and
support to improve the
quality of life of persons
with intellectual and/or
developmental disabilities:
Research from the
viewpoint of a cultural
model of the individual
(p136)
KAWAMURA, Machiko
On being person-centered
(p157)
O'BRIEN, Patricia
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CBMH-5
Angela Hassiotis, Chair
CPP-4
Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz, Chair
Families-5
Don BAILEY, Chair
Education-4
Yuji Tamekawa, Chair
HEALTH-1
Phil Davidson, Chair
CBMH-6
Glynis Murphy, Chair
Successful ageing in
older adults with
intellectual disabilities:
Predictors and
correlates of
cognitive decline
(p107)
BHARDWAJ, Anjali
Application of best
practices for community
ownership: The
development of a national
CBR plan towards
empowerment of persons
with intellectual disabilities
(p145) MAHAMENDISGE,
Ranjith Shantha Kumara
Assessing family
outcomes: U.S.
development
and evaluation
of the family
outcomes survey
(p104)
BAILEY, Don
Supporting career
education and
teaching of selfunderstanding at
special needs schools
for students with
intellectual disabilities
in Japan (p138)
KOJIMA, Michio
Disaggregating for
intellectual,
interpersonal and
learning disability: An
exploration of the Irish
National Disability
Survey 2006 (p159)
O'DONOVAN, MaryAnn
Relationship between
visuo-spatial
perceptions and
autistic behavior in
children developing
concept formation
(p174)
TATEMATSU, Eiko
Validation of the
Dementia Screening
Questionnaire for
Individuals with
Intellectual
Disabilities-Chinese
version (DSQIID-CV)
(p142) LI, Rebecca
Transition to adult services
for young people with
intellectual disabilities: From
the rhetoric to the reality
(p133)
JAYDEOKAR, Sujeet
Assessing family
outcomes in early
intervention: The
case of
Singapore (p162)
POON, Kenneth
The role played by
clinical/school
psychologists in special
needs education and
in provision of support
for children with
special needs (p151)
MIURA, Takuya
Nursing students'
perception of disability
and preparation to
care for persons with
intellectual disabilities:
An Australian study
(p169)
SKERRY, Trevor
Peer interactions to
facilitate positive life
events for people with
intellectual disabilities
and challenging
behaviours (p154)
NANKERVIS, Karen
Interplay between
intelligence level and
happiness: The
contribution of
socioeconomic and
clinical factors (p126)
HASSIOTIS, Angela
An analysis of state mental
health policy and its
contribution to promotion of
mental health practices in
Nepal (p168)
SIGDEL, Suraj
Assessing family
outcomes in early
intervention: The
case of Japan
(p178)
UEDA, Kimiko
The present condition
of special needs
education in Japan:
Focusing on children
with autism spectrum
disorder (p168)
SHIMODA, Hironobu
Newborn hearing
screening within the
Pacific islands (p134)
JOHNSON, Jean
Depression symptoms
are sustained into
adulthood for young
adults with Down
syndrome (p120)
FOLEY, Kitty-Rose
The problem of
behavior disorder:
Past present and
future (p166)
SAGEHASHI, Shizuka
Using information and
communication
technology in special
needs education (p
173) TAMEKAWA, Yuji
Effectiveness of
cognitive behaviour
therapy for men with
ID who committed
sexual offences
(p152) MURPHY, Glynis
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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QOL-6
Nicola Grove, Chair
Families-6
Rebecca Giallo, Chair
Education-5
Jill Porter, Chair
QOL-7
Lisa Wang, Chair
How the arts can enable
better understanding of
people with intellectual
disabilities, and contribute to
their quality of life (p124)
GROVE, Nicola
Socio-ecological factors
associated with the wellbeing of
fathers of children with an
intellectual disability (p167)
SEYMOUR, Monique
School refusal in young
children in Taiwan, (p177)
TSAU, Chwen-Chyong
Independent living for
individuals with multiple
disabilities and visual
impairments in Hong Kong:
Our journey to inclusion
(p177)
TSANG, Johnny
The ‘disabled body’ in
performance (p173)
TANAKA, Miwako
The role of mental health as a
mediator of contextual effects on
parents with intellectual disabilities
and their children (p180)
WADE, Catherine
Effectiveness of the
instructional strategies used
by teachers for application
of inclusive education in
primary classes for students
with intellectual disabilities
(p102)
ALWIS, Anoma
Drawing as a reflection:
How drawing assists
persons with intellectual
disabilities’ emotional
expressions (p113)
CHEN, Nan-chieh
Fatigue, wellbeing and parenting
in mothers of children with an
autism spectrum disorder (p133)
JELLETT, Rachel
Teaching skills to children
with intellectual disabilities
(P127)
HAWACH, Abdul Hakim
MyTime: A community-based peer
support program for parents of
children with a disability,
developmental delay, or chronic
condition (p167)
SARTORE, Gina-Maree
11-502 11-503 11-505 11-506 11-507 11-504
Parenting-3
Olivia Clayton, Chair
CPP-5
Henry Kwok, Chair
CBMH-7
Clare Townsend, Chair
Education-6
Keith McVilly, Chair
HEALTH-2
Helene OuelletteKuntz, Chair
QOL/Families-1
Ivan Brown, Chair
Social worlds of
children of parents with
intellectual disabilities:
Hearing the
perspectives of schoolaged children (p114)
COLLINGS, Susan
ICD-11 and problem
behavior in persons
with intellectual/
developmental
disorder (I/DD): What is
its rightful place?
(p123)
GANGADHARAN,
Satheesh
From the theory of routine
consumer outcome
measurement for people
with intellectual and
cognitive disabilities to
embedding practice into
a disability service
organization (p115)
CULLEN, Jennifer
iPad integration for
students with
intellectual disabilities:
Increasing access
and engagement
across settings (p171)
STRNADOVA, Iva
Inequalities in access
to health screening
among adults with
intellectual
disabilities (p119)
EMERSON, Eric
Family quality of life:
Results from studies
around the world
(p109)
BROWN, Ivan
Cross-cultural
adaptation of a
parenting program for
parents with
intellectual disabilities:
Conclusions for
importing programs
(p170) STARKE, Mikaela
ICD-11 and intellectual
developmental
disorders (p115)
COORAY, Sherva
Measuring consumer
outcomes among
persons with intellectual
disabilities who exhibit
challenging behaviours
(p176) TOWNSEND, Clare
What are the factors
affecting sustainability
of workplace learning
and development in
disability specific
human service
agencies? (p168)
SKERRY, Trevor
Mortality patterns
among individuals
with intellectual
disabilities (p161)
OUELLETTE-KUNTZ,
Helene
Quality of life of
family carers from
south Asian and
‘white’ cultural
backgrounds in the
UK (p 107)
BHARDWAJ, Anjali
Applicability of ICD-10/
DSM diagnostic criteria
in people with
intellectual
developmental
disorder and mental
disorders, (p164)
PURANDARE, Kiran
The adult outcome of
childhood intellectual
disability (p158)
O'BRIEN, Gregory
Effectiveness of
computer-based
simulations on
learning of social and
communication skills
by children with ASD
(p127) HETZRONI, Orit
WASHID: A survey
identifying health
inequalities of adults
with intellectual
disabilities in Western
Australia (p114)
COCKS, Errol
The quality of life of
adults with multiple
disabilities in
Singapore (p110)
CHANG, Faridah
Autism spectrum
disorders and the ICD11 (p164)
PURANDARE, Kiran
Training therapists on
low-cost assistive
technology to better
serve individuals with
ID (p109) BRIGHTWELL,
Rebecca
The quality of life of
parents of adults
with multiple
disabilities in
Singapore (p110)
CHANG, Faridah
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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PIMD-4
Colleen Adnams, Chair
CBMH-8
Germain Weber, Chair
Education-7
Vianne Timmons, Chair
QOL-8
Yves Lachapelle, Chair
Three pitfalls of effective
communications with persons
who have severe motor and
intellectual disabilities (p153)
NAGATA, Yoichi
Prisoners with intellectual
disabilities: General
characteristics and historical
associations with being
remanded (p126)
HASSIOTIS, Angela
Multi-measured
assessment for
developmental dyslexia
(p152)
MUROHASHI, Harumitsu
Promoting selfdetermination with an
iPhone/iPod application:
MARTi (p141)
LACHAPELLE, Yves
Power wheelchairs and
communication in center for
persons with profound
intellectual and multiple
disabilities (p172)
TAKASHIO, Junichi
Intellectual disability among a
prison population: Recognition
and comorbid mental health
problems (p147)
MCCARTHY, Jane
Emotion-based social skills
training in schools for
children with autism and
mild intellectual disability
(p165)
WONG, Michelle
Experimentation of three
guidance methods to
support the achievement
of daily activities of
persons with intellectual
disability (p144)
LUSSIER-DESROCHERS,
Dany
Autonomic nervous system of
patients with severe motor
and intellectual disabilities:
Can heart rate variability
represent quality of life? (p146)
MATSUBASA, Tadashi
Challenging behavior among
young people with intellectual
disabilities: Explaining
prevalence variability by metaanalysis (p182)
WEBER, Germain
Conceptual
categorization in autism
spectrum disorders:
Enhanced perceptual
processing or reduced
detection of abstract
similarity (p127)
HETZRONI, Orit
Project DiaSuite: Pilot study
of an intelligent assistant
for people with intellectual
disability within residential
settings (p106)
BALLAND, Emilie
The assessment of
communication for consistent
intervention throughout
schooling (p140)
KUMOI, Miyoshi
Investigating relinquishment of
care of a family member with a
disability from the perspective of
the family (p154)
NANKERVIS, Karen
11-502 11-503 11-505 11-506 11-507 11-504
Families/QoL-1
Ivan Brown, Chair
CPP-6
Jill Porter, Chair
CBMH-9
Glynis Murphy, Chair
Education-8
Michael Wehmeyer,
Chair
HEALTH-3
Phil Davidson, Chair
QOL-9
Kaori Yoshikawa, Chair
Family quality of life:
Support from relatives
and friends (p118)
EDWARDS, Meaghan
Social networks of
people with
intellectual disabilities
from south Asian and
‘white’ backgrounds
in the UK (p 107)
BHARDWAJ, Anjali
The persistence of
conduct difficulties in
children with
intellectual and
developmental
disabilities (p119)
EMERSON, Eric
A systematic review of
measures for early
social communication
and symbolic play skills,
(p129)
HO, Soo Wee
Sexual health:
Awareness,
education and
prevention of
cancer for women
with disability in
Malta (p104)
AZZOPARDI LANE,
Claire
Research on disability
awareness by selfadvocates (persons
with intellectual
disabilities) (p186)
YOSHIKAWA, Kaori
Exploring care needs
in families with an
adult with an
intellectual disability
and aging parents in
Taiwan (p111)
CHANG, Heng-hao
Disability and Impact:
Exploring issues of
cultural sensitivity in
the collection of
disability data (p163)
PORTER, Jill
Predictors and
impact of
aggressive,
destructive and selfinjurious behaviour in
children with
intellectual
disabilities (p125)
HANDLEY, Louise
The development of a
model on early
intervention service for
children with autism
spectrum disorder in
Thailand (p138)
KOHPRASERT, Kingsorn
Breast cancer and
women with
disability in Malta
(p104)
AZZOPARDI LANE,
Claire
Disability awareness
and self-acceptance:
I am happy and I am
a person with an
intellectual disability
(p155)
NARAZAKI, Mayumi
Impact of formal
supports on family
quality of life for
caregivers of persons
with dementia (p117)
BROWN, Ivan
Complementary
currencies in
community-based
supports for persons
with disabilities in the
Netherlands and
Japan (p132)
IWASAKI, Masako
A prospective study
of self-injury and
aggression in
children with severe
intellectual
disabilities (p160)
OLIVER, Chris
The individualized
education plan and
early childhood
education: A
comparative study
(p152)
MURAYAMA, Taku
Self-understanding
through meeting new
peers (p145)
MARUNO, Teruko
School readiness
project for native
Hawaiian children
(p134)
JOHNSON, Jean
Program development
and future possibility
(p149)
MIFUNE, Mamoru
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Aging
• PA01 - The utility of the Dementia Questionnaire for People with
Learning Disabilities (D-LD) in diagnosis and monitoring of
dementia in persons with intellectual disabilities (p133),
JAYDEOKAR, Sujeet
Autism Spectrum Disorder
• PAU-01 - Use of visual cues in object-choice tasks by children with
autism (p119), ETO, Hiroshi
• PAU-02Quality of preschool inclusion of children with autism
spectrum disorders and care services - Zagreb experience: Reality
and guidelines for improvement (p121), FREY SKRINJAR, Jasmina
• PAU-03 - Research on the spontaneity of various demands made
by a child with autism (p126), HATAKEYAMA, Kazunari
• PAU-04 - Inhibitory control in children with intellectual disabilities
and/or autism spectrum disorder (p131), IKEDA, Yoshifumi
• PAU-05 - Self-advocacy education program implementation for
an adolescent with an autism spectrum disorder (p135),
KATAOKA, Mika
• PAU-06 - Study of satisfaction in interpersonal relations among
youth with pervasive developmental disorders: Associations with
reaction to frustrating situations and self-esteem, KUMOKOSHI,
Ayaka
• PAU-07 - The effects of functional communication training on the
challenging behaviors of a student with autism, MIHARA, Akio
• PAU-08 - Support needs of girls with autism spectrum disorders in
adolescence: From a viewpoint of sex differences (p156), NISHIO,
Yumiko
• PAU-09 - Social skills training for children with high functioning
pervasive developmental disorders (p156), NOGAMI, Miki
• PAU-10 - Improving a video case discussion support system that
analyzes the behavioral factors of persons with autism spectrum
disorders (p159), OGAWA, Hisashi
• PAU-11 - Relationships between self-reported autistic-like traits and
visual short-term memory in typically developed individuals (p172),
TAKAHASHI, Junichi
• PAU-12 - Imitative performance in children with autism spectrum
disorders (p185), YANG, Ching-Chi
• PAU-13 - Level I screening tool used in toddlers with autism
spectrum disorders in Taiwan: A systematic review (p186), YUAN,
Li-Min
Down Syndrome
• PDS-01 - Phonological therapy for an elementary school student
with Down syndrome: Analyzing the efficacy of different types of
prompts (p135), KAWAI, Norimune
• PDS-02 - Evaluation of peer-mediated social skill training program
for children with Down syndrome in a special school of
Bangladesh (p130), HOQUE, Roksana
• PDS-03 - Current state of regression symptoms seen in adolescents
and adults with Down syndrome (p132), ITOH, Hiroshi
Education
• PE-01 - Duties of the psychologists to support children with special
needs in Japanese schools (p117), DOYAMA, Aki
• PE-02 - The required competencies for transition teachers in high
school divisions of special needs schools for students with
intellectual disabilities in Japan (p121), FUJII, Asuka
• PE-03 - Developing the communication-related abilities of infants
with intellectual or developmental disorders through physical
exercise (p121), FUJINO, Yasuhiko
• PE-04 - Influence of the attitudes of workerson independence and
sociality of children with developmental disorders in small group
activities (p129), HIROSAWA, Aiko
• PE-05 - A comparison of accommodations and challenges in
supporting infants with different disabilities in nursery school (p130),
HOSOKAWA, Kaori
• PE-06 - A collective case study on attitudes toward inclusive
education of students with mild intellectual disabilities and their
significant others (p143), LIN, Yu-Fen
• PE-07 - Remedial intervention for social communication of very
low birth weight children (p153), NAGAO, Hideo
• PE-08 - The role of psychologists in supporting preschool children
with special needs (P156), NEMOTO, Sakiko
• PE-09 - Visual cognition in the counting task among students with
intellectual disabilities (p138), KONAKA, Masafumi
• PE-10 - Comparison of the adaptive skills of the children of regular
classrooms, classrooms for children with special needs and schools
for children with special needs in Japan (p139), KUMAGAI, Ryo
• PE-11 - Connecting community links for children with
developmental disorders: Systematic collaboration between the
national center and the local center at a city in Japan (p140),
KUWANO, Keisuke
• PE-12 - The intensive special education endorsement research
project 2012 – 2015 (p162), PIRTTIMAA, Raija
• PE-13 - Post secondary program for students with intellectual
disabilities: Theory, research, and practice (p165), RYAN, Susan
• PE-14 - The ‘Dual Enrollment With Individualized Supports Model’
for students with intellectual disabilities (p170) STODDEN, Robert
• PE-15 - Website support for children with developmental disabilities
(p173), TAMEKAWA, Yuji
• PE-16 - Inclusive educational schools bullying problems faced by
students with disabilities: Coping and prevention strategies (p177)
TSAU, Chwen-Chyong
• PE-17 - Very early intervention for children with disabilities in Toyota
City (p181), WAKAKO, Rie
• PE-18 - A report on a curriculum in physical education of a school
for students with special needs in Japan (p182), WATANABE,
Takahiro
• PE-19 - A study of early intervention effects of the Picture
Exchange Communication System on speech and functional
communication for children with pervasive developmental
disabilities (p185), YAMANE, Kiyoko
Quality of Life
• QOL-01 - Impact on family quality of life for rural carers of children
with disabilities (p131), HUSSAIN, Rafat
• QOL-02 - In-home medical care at night and burden on
caregivers (p131), IKEDA, Tomomi
• QOL-03 - Social competences of deinstitutionalized adults with
autism spectrum disorders as a result of supported living in
community (p120), FREY SKRINJAR, Jasmina
• QOL-04 - The experience of choice in everyday life by Japanese
persons with intellectual disabilities (p138), KOCHO, Yuji
• QOL-05 - The role of direct support professionals in meal options of
persons with intellectual disabilities: Support for a model (p170)
STONEMAN, Zolinda
• QOL-06 - Social network and quality of life of adults with
intellectual disabilities in Japan (p171), TATSUTA, Mizuho
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Poster Session 2 – AUGUST 23, 13:00-14:30
Challenging Behaviour and Mental Health
• PCBMH-01 - Comparison of problematic behavior according to level
of ID given by the standard of the Ryouiku Techou (p179), UESUGI,
Masayuki
• PCBMH-01 - SAINT: A guided self-help tool for people with intellectual
disabilities (p111), Chaplin, Eddie
• PCBMH-02 - Pathways of prisoners with neurodevelopmental disorders
(p166), SABET, Jessica
• PCBMH-03 - Training needs and work experiences of direct care staff
working with persons with intellectual disabilities: A survey study (p142),
LIM, Jan Mei
• PCBMH-04 - Clinical profiles and length of stay of patients with
intellectual disability admitted to acute psychiatric wards (p166),
SAJITH, Sreedharan
• PCBMH-05 - Self-image of children with developmental disorders:
Examination using autobiographical memory (p151), MIYAZAKI, Emiko
• PCBMH-06 - Mental illness in long-stay in-patients with intellectual
disabilities: An in-patient survey (p103), ANDREA BARRON, Diana Ruth
• PCBMH-07 - Transition to adulthood: Characteristics and cost in
challenging behavior(p103), ANDREA BARRON, Diana Ruth
• PCBMH-08 - A trial of evaluation of stress using salivary amylase to
adults with intellectual disabilities (p128), HIRATA, Yukiko
• PCBMH-09 - Behavior checklist for police officers to screen for
intellectual disability (p182), WATANABE, Kazumi
• PCBMH-10 - Reducing barriers to care and improving mental health
services for persons with an intellectual disability in Singapore (p183),
WEI, Ker-Chiah
• PCBMH-11 - Development of the mental health assessment for adults
with intellectual disabilities in competitive employment: the MIPQ-J
(p135), KANNO, Kazue
Comparative Policy and Practice
• PCPP-01 - Is the number of children with developmental disorders
increasing? (p147) MATSUMOTO, Kumiko
• PCPP-02 - Transition support for employment: What services are
effective for young people with developmental disorders who want to
work? (p151) MORI, Masatomo
Family
• PF-01 - Validity and reliability of the Family Needs Survey-Japanese
version (p178), UEDA, Kimiko
• PF-02 - Clarification of answers to an open-ended question: "Please list
your five greatest needs as a family" with needs listed on the Family
Needs Survey-Japanese version (p179), UEDA, Kimiko
• PF-03 - An example of parental support through art therapy (p146),
MATSUMOTO, Kumiko
• PF-04 - Hard to reach? Engaging fathers to increase their involvement
in an early intervention-based family support programme (p176),
TOTH, Gabor
• PF-05 - In-home care for persons with severe motor and intellectual
disabilities in the Toyo region of Ehime Prefecture of Japan: Future
residential options (p150), MITA, Takehiko
• PF-06 - Stress changes in the mothers of children with autism in China,
(P144), LV, Xiaotong
• PF-07 - Practical study on the effect of a family support program for
siblings of children with disabilities (p102), ABE, Mihoko
• PF-08 - The relationship between parents' engagement in caring for
young children with disabilities and feelings of stress and satisfaction in
mothers (p180), WAGNER JAKAB, Ana
Health Issues
• PHI-01 - Comparing disparities in healthy lifestyle habits between
aboriginal and non-aboriginal adolescents with intellectual disabilities
(p185), YEN, Chia-Feng
• PHI-02 - Walking and balance ability in people with intellectual
disabilities (p160), OKUZUMI, Hideyuki
• PHI-03 - Speed and accuracy of fine motor control in adults with
intellectual disabilities (p128), HIRATA, Shogo
• PHI-04 - The function of activity and participation status of adults with
intellectual disabilities in Taiwan: A preliminary study (p113), CHIU,
TzuYing
Other
• PO-01 - Searching MEDLINE to support professionals in the field of
autism and intellectual disabilities (p167), SANDIESON, Robert
• PO-02 - Planning in people with intellectual disabilities as measured
using the truck loading task (p153), NAKAJIMA, Yoshimi
• PO-03 - Inhibitory control in persons with intellectual disabilities as
measured using the Fruit Stroop Test (p160), OTSUKA, Nao
• PO-04 - Responses to earthquakes via welfare-services for people with
intellectual disabilities and future challenges: Insights from interviews
conducted after the Great East Japan Earthquake (p123), GESHI, Yuri
• PO-05 - Psychometric properties of the ATTID questionnaire measuring
attitudes toward intellectual disability (p152), MORIN, Diane
• PO-06 - Presenting the Australasian Journal of Special Education,
ARTHUR-KELLY, Michael
Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities
• PPIMD-01 - Investigation of the Shimada Ryoiku Center Hachioji (p161),
OZAWA, Hiroshi
• PPIMD-02 - Nationwide survey of persons with profound intellectual
and multiple disabilities who want admission to residential hospitals in
Japan (p132), IWASAKI, Yuji
• PPIMD-03 - Long-term follow-up of changes in the abilities of adults
with severe motor and intellectual disabilities (p169), SONE, Sui
• PPIMD-04 - Care of children with profound intellectual and multiple
disabilities in early intervention centers in Taiwan (p113), CHUANG,
Chiung-Hui
• PPIMD-05 - An Effective Approach to the Challenging Behavior of
Persons with Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities (SMID) comorbid
with Autism (p135), Mayumi, KAMEI
• PPIMD-06 - Fundamental intellectual activities and problem behavior
of patients with severe motor and intellectual disabilities in Japan
(p149), MIKAMI, Fumiaki
• PPIMD-07 - An investigation of the needs of individuals with severe
motor and intellectual disabilities in Japan over time (p129), HIRUTA,
Hitomi
• PPIMD-08 - Eye blinking as an informative assessment technique for use
with persons with profound and multiple disabilities (p174), TANAKA, Yu
• PPIMD-09 - Education on severe motor and intellectual disabilities for
medical school students in Japan (p150), MIURA, Kiyokuni
• PPIMD-10 - Integrated information systems for analyzing replies of
persons with severe motor and intellectual disabilities (p137),
KOBAYASHI, Iwao
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Index of Presenters
A
ABE, Mihoko—Day 2 Posters
ALWIS, Anoma—Education-5
AMORIM, Annibal—Families-2
ANDREA BARRON, Diana Ruth—Day
2 Posters
ARTHUR-KELLY, Michael—Day 2
Posters; PIMD-2
AZZOPARDI LANE, Claire—Health-3
B
BAILEY, Don—Families-5
BALANDIN, Susan—PIMD/Eth-1; QOL3
BALDWIN, Laura—Families-3
BALLAND, Emilie—QOL-8
BARTON, Rebecca—Families-4
BHARDWAJ, Anjali—CBMH-5; CPP-6;
QOL/FAM-1
BIGBY, Christine—QOL-1
BRADSHAW MONI, Karen—
Education-2
BRIGHTWELL, Rebecca—Education6
BROBERG, Malin—Families-1
BROWN, Ivan—Families/QOL-1;
QOL/FAM-1; QOL-4
C
CHAN, Jeffrey—CPP-1
CHANG, Faridah—QOL/FAM-1
CHANG, Heng-hao—Families/QOL-1
CHANG, Zih-Shian—Families-1
Chaplin, Eddie—Day 2 Posters
CHEN, Jin-Ying—QOL-5
CHEN, Nan-chieh—Families-2; PIMD3; QOL-7
CHIU, TzuYing—Day 2 Posters
CHUANG, Chiung-Hui—Day 2
Posters
CLAYTON, Olivia—Parenting-2
COCKS, Errol—Employment-1;
Health-2
COLLINGS, Susan—Parenting-3
COORAY, Sherva—CPP-5
CULLEN, Jennifer—CBMH-3; CBMH-7
CUMMING, Terry—QOL-1
D
DAVIS, Fiona—CBMH-4
DE AMORIM, Annibal—Panel
Discussion-Above the Waves; A
Special Day Documentary
DOYAMA, Aki—Day 1 Posters
DYSON, Lily—Education-1
E
EDWARDS, Meaghan—
Families/QOL-1
EMERSON, Eric—CBMH-9; Families-3;
Health-2; Parenting-1
ETO, Hiroshi—Day 1 Posters
F
FOLEY, Kitty-Rose—CBMH-6
FORSTER, Sheridan—PIMD-1
FREY SKRINJAR, Jasmina—Day 1
Posters
FUJII, Asuka—Day 1 Posters
FUJINO, Yasuhiko—Day 1 Posters
FUKUCHI, Naru—CBMH-2
FURUTA, Hiroko—Education-1
G
GAN, Zhaoliang—Employment-1
GANGADHARAN, Satheesh—CPP-5
GAYNOR, James—CPP-1
GESHI, Yuri—Day 2 Posters
GIALLO, Rebecca—Families-3
GOREN, Talya—Families-1
GROVE, Nicola—PIMD-3; QOL-6
H
HANDLEY, Louise—CBMH-9
HARA, Mariko—QOL-2
HASSIOTIS, Angela—CBMH-5; CBMH8
HATAKEYAMA, Kazunari—Day 1
Posters
HAWACH, Abdul Hakim—Education5
HETZRONI, Orit—Education-6;
Education-7
HIRATA, Shogo—Day 2 Posters
HIRATA, Yukiko—Day 2 Posters
HIROSAWA, Aiko—Day 1 Posters
HIRUTA, Hitomi—Day 2 Posters
HO, Soo Wee—Education-8
HOQUE, Roksana—Day 1 Posters
HOSOKAWA, Kaori—Day 1 Posters
HUSSAIN, Rafat—Aging-1; Day 1
Posters
I
IKEDA, Tomomi—Day 1 Posters
IKEDA, Yoshifumi—Day 1 Posters
ITOH, Hiroshi—Day 1 Posters
IWASAKI, Masako—CPP-6
IWASAKI, Yuji—Day 2 Posters
J
JAYDEOKAR, Sujeet: CPP-4; Day 1
Posters
JELLETT, Rachel—Families-6
JOBLING, Anne—Education-2
JOHNSON, Jean—Education-8;
Health-1
JOHNSON, Robert—Families with
Autism: Let Them Stand Tall DVD
K
KANNO, Kazue—Day 2 Posters
KATAOKA, Mika—Day 1 Posters
KAWAI, Norimune—Day 1 Posters
KAWAMURA, Machiko—
Employment-1
KNOX, Marie—Aging-1; QOL-1; QOL5
KOBAYASHI, Iwao—Day 2 Posters
KOCHO, Yuji—Day 1 Posters
KOHPRASERT, Kingsorn—Education-8
KOJIMA, Michio—Education-4
KONAKA, Masafumi—Day 1 Posters
KONISHI, Tohru—PIMD-2
KONO, Tetsuya—PIMD/Eth-1
KUMAGAI, Ryo—Day 1 Posters
KUMOI, Miyoshi—PIMD-4
KUMOKOSHI, Ayaka—Day 1 Posters
KUWANO, Keisuke—Day 1 Posters
L
LACHAPELLE, Yves—QOL-8
LEE, Ju-young—PIMD-1
LI, Po Ling—Families-2
LI, Rebecca—CBMH-5
LIM, Boon Hock—Education-3
LIM, Jan Mei—Day 2 Posters
LIN, Yu-Fen—Day 1 Posters
LLOYD, Jan—Education-2
LOMBARD, Marco—QOL-4
LUSSIER-DESROCHERS, Dany—CPP-2;
QOL-8
LV, Xiaotong—Day 2 Posters
M
MAHAMENDISGE, Ranjith Shantha
Kumara—CPP-4
MAN, Wing Young—Parenting-1
MARUNO, Teruko—QOL-9
MATSUBASA, Tadashi—PIMD-2;
PIMD-4
MATSUMOTO, Kumiko—Day 2
Posters
Mayumi, KAMEI—Day 2 Posters
MCCARTHY, Jane—CBMH-1; CBMH8; Roundtable CBMH1
MCCONKEY, Roy—Families-4; QOL-3
MCVILLY, Keith—CPP-2
MENSAS, Lisbeth—Parenting-1
MIFUNE, Mamoru—QOL-9
MIHARA, Akio—Day 1 Posters
MIKAMI, Fumiaki—Day 2 Posters
MITA, Takehiko—Day 2 Posters
MITO, Takashi—PIMD-2
MIURA, Kiyokuni—Day 2 Posters
MIURA, Takuya—Education-4
MIYAZAKI, Emiko—Day 2 Posters
MORI, Masatomo—Day 2 Posters
MORIN, Diane—Day 2 Posters
MURAYAMA, Taku—Education-8
MUROHASHI, Harumitsu—Education7
MURPHY, Glynis—CBMH-6
N
NAGAO, Hideo—Day 1 Posters
NAGATA, Yoichi—PIMD-4
NAKAJIMA, Yoshimi—Day 2 Posters
NANKERVIS, Karen—CBMH-6;
CBMH-8; CPP-1
NARAZAKI, Mayumi—QOL-9
NEILANDS, Judith—Families-4
NEMOTO, Sakiko—Day 1 Posters
NISHIO, Yumiko—Day 1 Posters
NOGAMI, Miki—Day 1 Posters
NUMATA, Rii—QOL-2
O
O'BRIEN, Gregory—CBMH-3; CBMH-7
O'BRIEN, Patricia—QOL-1; QOL-5
O'DONOVAN, Mary-Ann—CPP-2;
Health-1
OGAWA, Hisashi—Day 1 Posters
OKUZUMI, Hideyuki—Day 2 Posters
OLIVER, Chris—CBMH-9
OTSUKA, Nao—Day 2 Posters
OUELLETTE-KUNTZ—Helene: Health-2
OZAWA, Hiroshi—Day 2 Posters
P
PANG, Jee Ching—Families-2; QOL-4
PIRTTIMAA, Raija—Day 1 Posters
POON, Kenneth—CPP-1; CPP-3;
Families-5
PORTER, Jill—CPP-6; Education-1
PRAIN, Meredith—PIMD-1
PURANDARE, Kiran—CPP-5
R
RICHES, Vivienne—QOL-5
RYAN, Susan—Day 1 Posters
S
SABET, Jessica—Day 2 Posters
SAGEHASHI, Shizuka—CBMH-5
SAITO, Masanori—CPP-3
SAJITH, Sreedharan—Day 2 Posters
SANDIESON, Robert—Day 2 Posters
SARTORE, Gina-Maree—Families-6
SEYMOUR, Monique—Families-6
SHIMODA, Hironobu—Education-4
SIGDEL, Suraj—CPP-4
SKERRY, Trevor—Education-6;
Health-1
SONE, Sui—Day 2 Posters
SPENCER, Margaret—Parenting-2
STARKE, Mikaela—Parenting-3
STODDEN, Robert—Day 1 Posters
STONEMAN, Zolinda—Day 1 Posters
STRNADOVA, Iva—Aging-1;
Education-6
T
TAKAHASHI, Junichi—Day 1 Posters
TAKANO, Miyuki—QOL-2
TAKASHIO, Junichi—PIMD-4
TAMEKAWA, Yuji—Day 1 Posters:
Education-4
TANAKA, Mari—CBMH-2
TANAKA, Miwako—QOL-6
TANAKA, Yu—Day 2 Posters
TATEMATSU, Eiko—CBMH-6
TATSUTA, Mizuho—Day 1 Posters;
Parenting-2
TOTH, Gabor—CPP-3; Day 2 Posters
TOWNSEND, Clare—CBMH-3; CBMH7
TSANG, Johnny—QOL-7
TSAU, Chwen-Chyong—Day 1
Posters; Education-5
U
UDO, Mariko—QOL-2
UEDA, Kimiko—Day 2 Posters;
Families-5
UESUGI, Masayuki—Day 2 Posters
W
WADE, Catherine—Families-6
WAGNER JAKAB, Ana—Day 2
Posters
WAKAKO, Rie—Day 1 Posters
WALKER, Ellen—PIMD/Eth-1
WANG, Yu-Ju—Families-4
WATANABE, Kazumi—Day 2 Posters
WATANABE, Takahiro—Day 1 Posters
WATSON, Jo—PIMD-3
WEBER, Germain—CBMH-8
WEI, Ker-Chiah—Day 2 Posters
WHITE, Paul—CBMH-3
WONG, Michelle—Education-7
WONG, Phyllis King Shui—QOL-3
X
XU, Tianxi—Education-3
Y
YAGI, Junko—CBMH-2
YAMANE, Kiyoko—Day 1 Posters
YANG, Ching-Chi—Day 1 Posters
YEN, Chia-Feng—Day 2 Posters
YOSHIKAWA, Kaori—QOL-9
YUAN, Li-Min—Day 1 Posters
Z
ZENIMOTO, Takayuki—CPP-3
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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Index of Moderators
A
Adnams, Colleen—PIMD-2; PIMD-4
B
Bailey, Don—Families-5
Broberg, Malin—Families-1
Brown, Ivan—Families/QOL-1; QOL/FAM-1;
QOL-4
Brown, Roy—QOL-2
C
Chan, Jeffrey—CPP-1
Clayton, Olivia—Parenting-3
Cocks, Errol—Employment-1
D
Davidson, Phil—Health-1; Health-3
Davis, Fiona—CBMH-4
F
Forster, Sheridan—PIMD/ETH-1; PIMD-3
G
Giallo, Rebecca—Families-6
Grove, Nicola—QOL-6
H
Hassiotis, Angela—CBMH-5
K
Kwok, Henry—CPP-5
L
Lachapelle, Yves—QOL-8
M
McConkey, Roy—Families-4; QOL-3
McVilly, Keith—CPP-2; Families-2; Education-6
Miyamoto, Shinya—CBMH-2
Moni, Karen—Education-2
Murphy, Glynis—CBMH-6; CBMH-9
N
Nishiyama, Hisako—CBMH-2
O
O’Brien, Patricia—QOL-1; QOL-5
Ouellette-Kuntz, Helene—Health-2; CPP-4
P
Parmenter, Trevor—Aging-1
Porter, Jill—CPP-6; Education-5; CPP-6
R
Roberts, Rachel—Families-3
T
Tamekawa, Yuji—Education-4
Timmons, Vianne—Education-1; Education-7
Toth, Gabor—CPP-3
Townsend, Clare—CBMH-3; CBMH-7
W
Wade, Catherine—Parenting-1; Parenting-2
Walker, Ellen—PIMD-1
Wang, Lisa—QOL-7; Education-3
Weber, Germain—CBMH-8
Wehmeyer, Michael—Education-8
X
Weber, Germain—CBMH-8
Y
Yoshikawa, Kaori—QOL-9
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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SECTION 7 - SPONSORS
Supporters’ Organizations
Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare,
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Japan Academy of Learning Disabilities
Japan Pediatric Society
The Japanese Society of Child Neurology
Japanese Society of Pediatric Psychiatry and Neurology
Sponsors
Eli Lilly Japan K.K.
Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.
Yomiuri Light and Humanity Association
Tokyo, August 22-24, 2013
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