Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Jefferson College of Health Professions
Department of Occupational Therapy

Campbell, Philippa H.

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Philippa H. Campbell, PhD, OTR/L

Philippa H. Campbell, PhD, OTR/L

Contact Dr. Campbell

130 South 9th Street
6th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-1602
(215) 503-1640 fax

Education

PhD, Kent State University, 1986

Board Certification

OTR/L

University Appointment

Professor

Research and Clinical Interests

Young Children with disabilities and their families; participation-based services; children with severe disabilities; professional development; adaptation and assistive technology as interventions.

Publications

Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Teaching caregivers in early intervention
  2. Early intervention provider use of child caregiver-teaching strategies
  3. Early Interventionists' Perspectives on Teaching Caregivers
  4. Caregiver perspectives about assistive technology use with their young children with autism spectrum disorders
  5. Early Intervention Providers’ Perspectives About Implementing Participation-Based Practices
  6. Identifying strategies early intervention occupational therapists use to teach caregivers
  7. Young children with physical disabilities: Caregiver perspectives about assistive technology
  8. Beliefs about participation-based practices in early intervention
  9. The meaning of natural environments for parents and professionals
  10. Changing Early Intervention Providers' Home Visiting Skills Through Participation in Professional Development
  11. Preparing therapists as effective practitioners in early intervention
  12. Adaptation interventions to promote participation in natural settings
  13. Supporting learning opportunities in natural settings through participation-based services
  14. Suggestions for Statewide Measurement Systems: Pennsylvania's Experience
  15. Making Decisions About Assistive Technology With Infants and Toddlers
  16. Provider Perspectives on the Use of Assistive Technology for Infants and Toddlers With Disabilities
  17. A Review of Evidence on Practices for Teaching Young Children to Use Assistive Technology Devices
  18. Promoting inclusion by improving child care quality in inner-city programs
  19. Improving the Quality Of Infant—Toddler Care Through Professional Development
  20. Participation-Based Services: Promoting Children's Participation in Natural Settings