Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

Program in Aging and Developmental Disabilities (PADD)

Research Details

PADD Publications

  • Davidson PW, Houser KD, Ladrigan P, Cain NN, Sloane-Reeves J, Quijano L, Matons L, Giesow V, Henderson CM (1997). Aging effects on behavioral and psychiatric disorders in persons with intellectual disability living in community settings: Preliminary report. In Psychische Storungen bei erwachsenen and alteren Personen mit geistiger Behinderung. G Weber (Ed.).
  • Janicki MP, Dalton AR, Henderson CM and Davidson PW (1999). ; Mortality and morbidity among older adults with intellectual disabilities: Health services considerations. Disability and Rehabilitation. 21 (5-6), 284-294.
  • Davidson PW, Thorpe L, Bouras N, Moss S, Prasher V, Schupf N, Weber G, Vicari S, Henderson CM, Jacobson J, Wang H, and San Nicolas H. (1999). Biobehavioral Issues and Healthy Aging in Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Technical Manual prepared for the 10th International Roundtable on Aging and Intellectual Disabilities.
  • Henderson CM, Davidson PW (2000). Comprehensive adult and geriatric assessment. In M. P. Janicki & E. Ansello (eds.), Community supports for aging adults with lifelong disabilities. Baltimore, Paul Brookes Publishing, Inc., pp 373-386.
  • Henderson CM, Janicki MP, Davidson PW and McCallion P. (2000) Health status of older adults with intellectual disabilities in New York State: Health implications. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 44;313 (Abstract 483).
  • Janicki MP, Evenhuis HM, Henderson CM, Beange H, Lennox N, Chicoine B, Thorpe L, Davidson PW, Walsh PN, Heller T, Schupf N, van Schrojenstein Lantman-deValk H, Hogg J, Lucchino R, Wang K and Kalache A. (2000) Healthy aging: Commentary on the IASSID/WHO report on aging with an intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 44;334, (Abstract 559).
  • Janicki MP, McCallion P, Davidson PW and Henderson CM. (2000) Health status of older adults with intellectual disability in New York, USA: Health service implications. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 44;334, (Abstract 561).
  • Thorpe L, Davidson PW, Janicki MP, & Working Group (2000). Healthy aging --- adults with intellectual disabilities: biobehavioral issues. J Applied Res Intellect Disabil, 14, 218-228.
  • Janicki MP, Davidson PW, Henderson CM, McCallion P, Taets JD, Force LT, Sulkes SB, Frangenberg E, Ladrigan PM. (2002). Health characteristics and health services utilization in older adults with intellectual disabilities living in community residences. J Intellect Disabil Res 46, 287-298.
  • Davidson PW, Janicki MP, Ladrigan P, Houser K, Henderson CM, Cain NC. (2003). Association between Behavior Problems and Health Status in Older Adults with Intellectual Ability. Aging and Mental Health, 7(6), 424-430.
  • Davidson PW, Prasher V, and Janicki MP (Eds). Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities and the Aging Process. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science, 2003.
  • Janicki MP and Davidson PW. (2004) Gaining Consensus on a Health and Social Welfare Agenda for Older Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Health and Welfare, 1(1).
  • Merrick J, Morad M, Davidson PW, Wexler O, Janicki MP. (2004). Health Profile and Health Service Utilization in Older Adults with Intellectual Disability Living in Residential Care Centers in Israel. Amer J. Ment Retardat, 109(10), 413-420.
  • Merrick J, Davidson PW, Janicki MP, Wexler O, and Henderson CM. (2004). Older Adults with Intellectual Disability (ID) living in Residential Care Centers in Israel. J Intellect Disabil Res, 48, 427 (Abstract).
  • Morad M, Nelson NP, Merrick J, Davidson PW, Carmeli E. (2007). Prevalence and risk factors of constipation in adults with intellectual disability in residential care centers in Israel. Res Develop Disabil, 2007;28(6):580-6.
  • Wang KY, Hsieh K, Heller T, Davidson PW, Janicki MP. (2007). Carer reports of health status among adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities in Taiwan living at home and in institutions. J Intellect Disabil Res 51(Pt 3),173-183.
  • Davidson PW, Henderson CM, Janicki MP, Robinson LM, Bishop KM, Wells A., Garroway J, Wexler O. (2008). Ascertaining health-related information on adults with intellectual disabilities: Development and field testing of the Rochester Health Status Survey. J. policy pract intellect Disabil., 5(1), 12-23.
  • Henderson CM, Robinson LM, Davidson PW, Haveman M, Janicki MP, and Albertini G. (2008) Overweight status, obesity and risk factors for coronary heart disease in adults with Intellectual disability. J. policy pract intellect Disabil., 5(3), 174-177.
  • Henderson CM, Acquilano JP, Meccarello JC, Davidson PW, Robinson LM, Janicki MP. (2009). Health status and activities of daily living and walking in older people with intellectual disabilitiesJ. policy pract intellect Disabil., 6(4), 282-286.
  • Henderson CM, Rosasco M, Robinson LM, Meccarello J, Janicki MP, Turk M, Davidson PW. (2009) Functional Impairment Severity as Determinant of Health Status among Older Persons with Intellectual Disability and Cerebral Palsy. J Intellect Disabil Res, 53(11),887-897.
  • Robinson LM, Davidson PW, Henderson CM, Janicki MP, Merrick J, Morad M, Wang L, Hsiu K, Bishop KM, Wexler O. (2010). Health trends from an international sample of older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Int J Disabil Hum Dev, 9(4), 329–338.

Research and Products Were Supported By:

  • Grant# H133B031134 to the University of Illinois at Chicago from the US Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, and
  • Grant# 90DD0590 to the University of Rochester from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Children and Families, Administration on Developmental Disabilities.

 

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