Mary Warren

GRANTS

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Co-Investigator NIH R-34 Planning Grant: “Low vision devices and rehabilitation services” through Johns Hopkins University, $4,000 per year with indirects, funded 2008.

Investigator: “Implementation of a national symposium on provision of low vision rehabilitation through the health care system” Eyesight Foundation of Alabama, $40,000, funded 2003.

 Primary Investigator: “Innovative educational project to train occupational therapists in low vision rehabilitation” Pearle Vision Foundation, $3,200, funded 2002.

Primary Investigator: “Web-based occupational therapy curriculum in low vision rehabilitation” Eyesight Foundation of Alabama, $98,105, funded 2002.

 Co-Primary Investigator: “Development of two instruments to measure performance in persons with low vision” American Occupational Therapy Foundation, $5,000, funded 1994.

 

 PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Warren, M. (2011). Extending occupational therapy boundaries to assist people with low vision (editorial). British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(1), 1.

Warren, M. (2009). A pilot study on activities of daily living limitations in adults with hemianopsia. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63, 626-633.

Warren, M. (2008). Memory loss, dementia and stroke complications for persons with age-related macular degeneration. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness,102, 611-615

Warren, M., Moore, J., & Vogtle, L.K. (2008). Visual search performance of healthy adults on cancellation tests. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 62, 580-586.

Copolillo, A., Warren, M., & Teitelman, J.L. (2007). Results from the survey of occupational therapy practitioners in low vision rehabilitation. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 21(4), 19-37.

Warren, M., & Barstow, E. (2007). Low vision rehabilitation curriculum: An innovative design using the AOTA standards for continuing competence. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 21, 145-157.

Klavora, P., & Warren, M. (1998). Rehabilitation of visuomotor skills in poststroke patients using the dynavision apparatus. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 86, 23-30.

Warren, M. (1995). Including occupational therapy in low vision rehabilitation. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 49, 857-859.

Warren, M. (1995). Providing low vision rehabilitation services with occupational therapy and ophthalmology. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 49, 877-883. 

Warren, M. (1993). A hierarchal model for evaluation and treatment of visual perceptual dysfunction in adult acquired brain injury, parts 1 and 2. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 47, 42-67.

Warren, M. (1990). Identification of visual scanning deficits in post-CVA patients. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 44, 391-399.

Warren, M. (1990). A developmental treatment approach for adults with postural dysfunction. Occupational Therapy Practice, 1, 53-62.

Warren, M. (1984). Comparative study of the presence of the asymmetrical tonic neck reflex in adult hemiplegia. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 38, 386-392.

Warren, M. (1981). Relationship of constructional apraxia and body scheme disorders to dressing performance in adult CVA. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 35, 431-437.

 

BOOKS 

Warren, M. & Barstow, E.A. (Eds.). (2011). Occupational therapy interventions for adults with low vision. Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association Press.

Warren, M. (Ed.). (2008). Low vision: Occupational therapy with the older adult. (2nd edition). Self-Paced Clinical Course, Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Warren, M. (Ed.). (2000). Low vision: Occupational therapy with the older adult. Self-Paced Clinical Course, Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

 

TEST BATTERY

Warren, M. (1998). Brain injury visual assessment battery for adults. Lenexa KS:  visAbilities Rehab Services Inc.


BOOK CHAPTERS

Warren, M. (2011). An overview of low vision rehabilitation and the role of occupational therapy. In M. Warren & E.A. Barstow (Eds.). Occupational therapy interventions for adults with low vision (pp. 1-26). Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Warren, M., (2011). Intervention for adults with vision impairment from acquired brain injury. In M. Warren & E.A. Barstow (Eds.). Occupational therapy interventions for adults with low vision (pp. 403-448). Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Jones, G.C., Crews, J.E., Roberts, D., Warren, M., Barstow, E.A., Riddering, A.T. (2011). Living successfully with low vision. In M. Warren & E.A. Barstow (Eds.). Occupational therapy interventions for adults with low vision (pp.359-402). Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Warren, M. (2008). An overview of low vision rehabilitation and the role of occupational therapy. In M. Warren (Ed.) Low vision: Occupational therapy with the older adult (2nd ed., pp. 3-21). Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Warren, M. (2006). Evaluation and treatment of visual deficits following brain injury. In H.M. Pendleton, & W. Schultz-Krohn (Eds.), Pedretti's occupational therapy practice skills for physical dysfunction (6th ed., pp. 532-573). St. Louis MO: Mosby Elsevier.

Warren, M. (2001). Evaluation and treatment of visual deficits. In L. Pedretti (Ed.), Occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical dysfunction. (5th ed., pp. 386-421). St. Louis MO: Mosby Inc.

Warren, M. (2000). An overview of low vision rehabilitation and the role of occupational therapy. In M. Warren (Ed.), Low vision: Occupational therapy with the older adult (pp. 3-21). Bethesda MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Seiller, B., & Warren, M. (2000). Assessment of visual impairment following adult acquired brain injury. In M. Grabois, S.J. Garrison, K.A., & Hart, L.D. Lehmkuhl (Eds.), Physical medicine and rehabilitation: The complete approach (pp. 342-350). Cambridge MA: Blackwell Science Inc.

Warren, M., & Powell, S. (1998). Treatment of visual deficits. In M.B. Early (Ed.), Physical dysfunction skills for the occupational therapy assistant (pp. 397-407). St. Louis MO: Mosby-Year Book.

Warren, M., & Lampert, J. (1999). Assessing daily living needs. In D.C. Fletcher (Ed.), Ophthalmology monograph 12: Low vision rehabilitation: Caring for the whole person (pp. 89-105). San Francisco: American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Warren, M. (1994). Visual spatial skills. In C. Royeen (Ed.), AOTA self-study series on cognitive rehabilitation (pp. 5-76). Rockville MD: American Occupational Therapy Association.

Fletcher, D.C., & Warren, M. (1993). Rehabilitative care of the pediatric low vision patient. In G.W. Cibis, A.C. Tongue, & M.L. Stass-Isern (Eds.), Decision making in pediatric ophthalmology (pp. 256-257). St. Louis MO: Mosby Year Book Inc.

Warren, M. (1991). Strategies for sensory and neuromotor remediation. In C.H. Christiansen & C.M. Baum (Eds.), Occupational therapy overcoming human performance deficits (pp. 633-664). Thorofare NJ: CB Slack Inc.