New York University
-Occupation based assessment
-Employment and disability
-Psychometrics and clinimetrics
“The impact of IgE-mediated food allergies on childhood occupational engagement”
“Autism spectrum disorder, disability disclosure, and workplace accommodations”
“Is the Beery-Buktenica Test of Visual-Motor Integration an appropriate outcome measure for school-aged children?”
“National survey of occupational therapists’ roles working with adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder”
- Schelly, D., & Ohl, A. (Forthcoming). Examining clinical meaningfulness in randomized controlled trials: Revisiting the Well Elderly II. American Journal of Occupational Therapy.
- Ohl, A., & Schelly, D. (2017). Beyond p-values: A case for clinical relevance. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 80(12), 752-755. doi: 10.1177/0308022617735048
- Ohl, A., Grice Sheff, M., Small, S., Nguyen, J., Paskor, K., & Zanjirian, A. (2017). Predictors of employment status among adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Work, 56(2), 345-355. doi: 10.3233/WOR-172492
- Ohl, A., Schelly, D., Brown, D., Miller, N., & Smith, M. (2018, February). Survey of occupational therapy practices for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Paper presented at the Vermont Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Burlington, VT.
- Caramia, S., Gill, A., Ohl, A., & Schelly, D. (2018, February). Fine motor activities and technology use in elementary school: A replication study. Paper presented at the Vermont Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Burlington, VT.
- Ohl, A. (2017, April). Predictors of Employment status in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Poster session presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
-Ohl, A., & Schelly, D. Establishing MCID for pediatric occupational therapy assessments
-Ohl, A., & Schelly, D. The impact of IgE mediated food allergies on caregivers
-Schelly, D., Ohl, A., & Robinson, C. Loss of self from diagnosis to end-of-life among amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients.