- ADDL in the Media
- April 16, 2021 - Presentation - Dr. Iarocci and Vanessa Fong
- ADDL - New Name & Website
- New Webinar and Event Recordings Available
- ADDL Welcomes New Students
- Congrats to Former ADDL Volunteers and Future SLPs
- Anxiety Management during COVID-19
- Camp for People with Intellectual Disabilities
- Congratulations to Former ADDL Volunteers and Future SLPs
- ADDL Students Present at INSAR 2022
- Inclusive Theatre & Filmmaking Camp
- November 24th, 2022 - Public Talk - Dr. Grace Iarocci
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The Autism and Developmental Disabilities Lab (ADDL) is a research laboratory at Simon Fraser Univeristy in the Department of Psychology. Under the direction of Dr. Grace Iarocci, we conduct research on Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, and other developmental disabilities.
The research at ADDL has been funded by the Canadian Tri-Councils (SSHRC, CIHR, & NSERC), the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, the Human Early Partnership, and the Laurel Foundation.
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The Autism and Developmental Disabilities Lab is located at:
5213 Robert C. Brown Hall
8888 University Drive
Simon Fraser University
Canada V5A 1S6
The Autism and Developmental Disabilities Lab acknowledges the Squamish, Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, Katzie and Kwikwetlem peoples on whose traditional territories on which we and the three SFU campuses stand. We are grateful to work and collaborate with Indigenous students, community members, and organizations towards safe and culturally appropriate spaces and research practices. The ADDL is committed to engaging in decolonizing research and empowering Indigenous participants and stakeholders through meaningful collaboration during the entirety of the research process. If you would like to learn more about our partnership with Indigenous communities in British Columbia, please click here to view a relevant SFU press release or contact us using the methods above.
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