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Relevant, accessible disability research,
with real-world impact

We conduct research and provide evaluation services to connect the dots between best practices for disability advocacy and the real world.

We share research as narrated videos, plain-text .pdfs, and illustrated guides.

We share research in plain language. Research that we conduct, as well as research done by other institutions that we think makes a difference. 

Recent Research

  • TEXT: Research We Like

    "Developing Concepts with Children and Adults With Limited Access to Hearing and Vision": A Summary

    This is a summary of Miles, B., & McLetchie, B. (2008). Developing concepts with children who are deaf-blind. National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness. We believe this resource is a powerful piece on ways caregivers and partners can support people who are DeafBlind in developing positive concepts about the world and their place in it.

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Recent Publications & Presentations

  • Giangreco, M. F. (2021). Maslow's hammer: Teacher assistant research and inclusive practices at a crossroads. 

  • Salisbury, J. M. H. (2021). Client-centered therapy versus rational emotive behavior therapy: Applications in adjustment-to-blindness training. 

  • Chopra, R. V., & Giangreco, M. F. (2019). Effective use of teacher assistants in inclusive classrooms. 


For questions about accessibility on any of our research materials, please contact Audrey Homan at choman@uvm.edu, or via this online form.