Research

The Hidden Angel Foundation is proud to support and contribute to the research and work being done around the use of Multi Sensory Stimulation for premature infants within the Neonatal Research Laboratory at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Read More

MSE Research and implications for the future
By: Michele Shapiro, OT., PhD.

Behavioral and physiological effect of dental environment sensory adaptation on childrens dental anxiety
By: Michele Shapiro, OT., PhD.

Effect of Sensory Adaptation on Anxiety of Children with Developmenal Disabilities
By: Michele Shapiro, OT., PhD.

Influence of Adapted Environment on the Anxiety of Medically Treated Children with Developmental Disability
By: Michele Shapiro, OT., PhD.

The efficacy of the MSE in the Management of Children with mental disabilities
By: Michele Shapiro, OT., PhD.

You Are What You Experience: Effects of Environment on Neuroplasticity and Recovery from Brain Injury
By: Christopher C. Giza, M.D. UCLA Brain Injury Research Center Dept of Neurosurgery and Div of Pediatric Neurology

8th International ISNA SymposiumOctober 1-3, 2010

Hidden Angel Foundation’s 1st Annual Multi Sensory Idea FORUMJuly 5th – July 10th

“Examining a Proposed Job Retention Model For Adult Workers With Mental Retardation: In Supported Employment,” (Abstract) by Sandra L. Fornes

“Examining a Proposed Job Retention Model For Adult Workers With Mental Retardation: In Supported Employment” A Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Education in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, by Sandra Lee Fornes

“Connecting Human Resource Development to Vocational Rehabilitation: Improving Outcomes for Workers with Mental Retardation by Sandra Lee Fornes, Tonette Rocco, PhD and Howard Rosenberg, PhD