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Awards

Special Interest Section Quarterly  Excellence in Writing Award

2014
"Early Sensory-Motor Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Implications for Clinical Practice"
Alison E. Lane, OTR/L; and Jill C. Heathcock, MPT, PhD; Developmental Disabilities Special Interest Section Quarterly, September 2014, 1–4.

2013
"Whose Safety is it Anyway? Evaluating Outcomes of Home Modifications"
Claudia Oakes, PhD, OTR/L; Home & Community Health Special Interest Section Quarterly, June 2013, 1–3.

2012
"Gerontechnology: Technology Helping Older Adults Live at Home"
Marnie Renda, MEd, OTR/L, CAPS, ECHM; Gerontology Special Interest Section Quarterly, September 2012, 1–4. 

2011
"Executive Dysfunction and Work: Tying it all Together" 
Leonard N. Matheson, PhD, CVE, CRC; Matthew B. Dodson, OTD, OTR/L; and Timothy J. Wolf, OTD, MSCI, OTR/L; Work & Industry Special Interest Section Quarterly, March 2011, 1–4.

2010
"Using Clinical Reasoning To Evaluate Sensory Processing Dysfunction" 
Stacey Szklut, MS, OTR/L; Sensory Integration Special Interest Section Quarterly, December 2010, 1–4.

Special Interest Section Quarterly Editor Wall of Fame

The Wall of Fame acknowledges excellence in performance among the Special Interest Section Quarterly editors. These editors submitted all materials on schedule for each issue (September through June) of AOTA's fiscal year, with each article receiving reviewer scores of 3 or 4 (on a scale of 1-4).  

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2014

Claudine Campbell

Editor, Physical Disabilities
Special Interest Section Quarterly

Term: 2013-2015

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2014

Sarah A. Schoen

Editor, Sensory Integration
Special Interest Section Quarterly

Term: 2011-2014

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2013

Susan Bazyk

Editor, Developmental Disabilities
Special Interest Section Quarterly
Term: 2011-2014

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2012

Linda M. Olson

Editor, Mental Health
Special Interest Section Quarterly

Term: 2009-2012

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2011

Terry K. Crowe

Editor, Developmental Disabilities Special Interest Section Quarterly
Term: 2008-2011