The Diagnostic Adaptive Behavior Scale (DABS) – eventually to be published by the AAIDD – will facilitate the diagnosis of intellectual disability.
Our E-Mentoring Program connects students with disabilities to mentors who share their transition experiences.
This online course teaches students how to navigate the Internet to find the information they need to plan their own transition from school to college and employment.
OSU RUPP at The Nisonger Center in Columbus, Ohio, is a group of professionals engaged in pharmacological, psychiatric, behavioral, nutritional, and alternative research in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and other childhood disorders.
View current study participation opportunities at Nisonger Center.
The Williams Syndrome Program consists of three components: a multidisciplinary Williams Syndrome Clinic, research studies of Williams syndrome, and the Williams Syndrome Family Support Group.