Resources & Research
Empowering Clients and Families
We believe in empowering our clients, as well as their families and caregivers. You’ll find a wide range of information-rich publications available through publishers, Amazon, and the Groden Center. Use the links below to access details about informational books, articles, and videos, or you can order directly through us. Simply email us with the name of the publication and the number of copies you need.
"The Stress Survey Schedule (SSS): Trends and Normative Data on a Sample of Children with Severe Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities"
Our most recent research project, "The Stress Survey Schedule (SSS): Trends and Normative Data on a Sample of Children with Severe Autism and Related Developmental Disabilities," has been accepted for publication in Advances in Neurodevelopmental Disorders.This research project was co-authored by Dr. Cooper Woodard, Dr. Janette Baird from Brown University, research assistant Kaitlyn Anderson, and Dr. June Groden. The purpose of this project was to examine and make use of the many Stress Survey Schedules (SSS) that had been completed over the last 20 years at The Groden Center. The Stress Survey Schedule, created by Dr. June Groden, is designed to identify and rate areas of stress. We used the SSS's at The Groden Center to create normative data (average scores that others could compare their SSS scores against) and we found that individual stressors remain fairly constant for younger children but begin to change as a person enters young adulthood. Our plan is to further this research by looking into how stressors change as a person with autism ages into adulthood.
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