Our main paper on the development and evaluation of the AASPIRE healthcare toolkit has been published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. We found that one month after using the toolkit, participants reported fewer barriers to care, greater confidence in managing their health and healthcare, and greater satisfaction with patient-provider communication.
Christina Nicolaidis gives keynote on collaborating with the Autistic and developmental disabilities communities to 3rd Biennial Winter Institute. Autism Research Training Program and NeuroDevNet in Banff, Canada.
Dora Raymaker published a paper on intersections of community based participatory research and critical systems thinking as applied to the learning organization model in Systemic Practice and Action Research. This paper draws examples from AASPIRE's work.
Dora Raymaker's autoethnography on being an autistic researcher engaged in CBPR during AASPIRE's healthcare projects was published by Action Research.