Sunny Hill is involved in research and in the development of resources to encourage independent mobility and participation in social, recreational and sporting activities.
- Power Mobility Toolkit *
- Exploring interrelationships between ICF domains among children with neurodevelopmental disorders and disabilities
- Development of methodologies to describe non-traditional habilitative interventions for children with neurodisability
- Defining and operationalizing disability in population-based data sets
- The study of health and well-being of caregivers of children with chronic health conditions and disabilities
- Consistent collection and reporting of FASD data
- POWER Mobility Phase 2 - exploring sit to stand power wheelchair use and participation in everyday life
- POWER Mobility Phase 3 - Examining feasibility of conducting research on children's power mobility use and participation in everyday life *
- Exploring the Clinical Usefulness of the Wheelchair Outcome Measure for Young People
- Estimating the prevalence of wheeled mobility use and examining activity limitations and participation restrictions in everyday life for Canadian children under 15 years of age with mobility limitations: a population study.
- Effectiveness of a Summer Camp Intervention for Children with DCD
- Paediatric Participation Outcomes for Wheelchair Evaluation in Rehabilitation (POWER) Mobility Development of a Toolkit of Measures -Phase 1 Delphi Survey
*Actively recruiting children, parents, therapists, and researchers.