Ms. Amani selected for research program, FABA presentation
Amani shares that this research program was eyeopening, making her aware of healthcare policy and advocacy. She shares that this experience enveloped a deeper appreciation for research; that is the power it carries in changing lives and influencing a more positive world. Through community collaboration with the Mayo Clinic, Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic, and behavioral health clinical practices, she hopes that healthcare policymakers find great value in extending these devices to children below age three with CP and related illnesses. Early intervention, it is certainly what this research advocates for.
Amani’s research was accepted by the Florida Association for Behavior Analysis and she will be presenting at the annual FABA Conference in Ponte Vedra, Florida in September.