Professor Mick Donegan’s research draws on his many years of practice-based work as a teacher and an Assistive Technology specialist who has extensive experience in assessing, teaching, training, and supporting people with complex communication difficulties.
Dr FrancesHarris is a Research Scientist at the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She received her PhD in Anthropology from the New School for Social Research. Her work is in the areas of disability, assistive technology, and outcomes research. Currently she is working on several federally funded projects.
Mickey Keenan is a professor at the School of Psychology, University of Ulster, and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He has a record of over 50 publications in a range of different peer-reviewed journals as well as four books, numerous book chapters, five CD-ROMs.
Sarah Parsons is Head of the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusive Education at the University of Southampton. She has significant research experience in disability related projects and particular interests in the use of innovative technologies for children with autism and the views and experiences of disabled children and their families.
Winner of four Emmy Awards, the Director’s Guild Award and an American Film Institute Fellowship (AFI) as well as fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Mitchell Kriegman began his diverse career as a fiction writer and short filmmaker. His work has been published in The New Yorker, the National Lampoon, Army Man, Glamour, Between C&D, New York Press and Harper’s Bazaar.