Katie Cremin

Voluntary Board Member

Katie Cremin, is an award winning Assistant Professor in Occupational Therapy at Trinity College Dublin and PHD student at The Children’s Research Centre and School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin, researching the social and emotional factors in the transition to secondary school for students with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Katie lends her extensive clinical expertise to the board and to the future development of Sensational Kids.

Awards & Honours

National Disability Authority: An exploration of the participation of children with fine motor difficulties and the impact of occupational therapy intervention.

November 2006 – November 2007

National Development Plan: The use of digital video resources in occupational therapy education. Teaching and developement grant. June 2003 – June 2004

Norah Ferris Post-Graduate Research award

2001

Peer Reviewed Publications

Katie Cremin, Cillin Condon, Static Balance Norms In Children Aged 4-15, Physiotherapy Research International, 19, (1), 2014, p1-7

Journal Article, 2014 DOI

Katie Cremin, Kate Lamb, Veronica o’Connell, The Alert Programme for Self Regulation – an evaluation of a group based intervention for children attending a child and adolescent mental health clinic, Rehabilitation and Therapy Research Society, 7th Annual Conference, University of Limerick, 13th May 2011, 2011

Poster, 2011 TARA – Full Text

Katie Cremin, Kate Lamb, Veronica O’Connell, The Alert Programme for Self Regulation in a child and adolescent mental health clinic, The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health – Irish Branch, National Childrens Hospital, Tallaght, 12th October 2011, 2011

Poster, 2011

Katie Cremin, Kate Lamb, Veronica O’Connell, The efficacy of the alert program for children attending a CAMHS service, All Ireland Occupational Therapy Conferce, Dundalk, 8-9 May 2011, 2011

Conference Paper, 2011

Sarah Quinn, Katie Cremin, Reflections on Two Years of Occupational Therapy in a Prison Setting, 16th Meeting of ENOTHE (European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education), Stockholm, Sweden, 15 October 2010, 2010

Conference Paper, 2010

Cremin K., Quinn S., Occupational Therapy in a Womens Prison Service, Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland Annual Conference, Kilkenny, 2009

Conference Paper, 2009

Cremin K Quinn S, Self-advocacy: A programme facilitated by students from the Discipline of Occupational Therapy, Trinity College Dublin with women in prison, Higher Education and Civic Engagement Partnerships: Create, Challenge, Change, Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin, Ireland. The Campus Engage International Conference 2009, Croke Park, June 4th-5th 2009, 2009

Conference Paper, 2009

Spirtos, M.; Cremin, K., The Miller function and participation scales, M-FUN-PS: A critical Appraisal, Irish Journal of Occupational Therapy, 36, (2), 2008, p24 – 27

Journal Article, 2008

Cremin, K; Spirtos, M., An exploration of the participation of children with fine motor difficulties and the impact of occupational therapy intervention, Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland Annual Conference, Kilkenny, Ireland, 12-18th April 2008, 2008, pp18 – 18

Conference Paper, 2008

Spirtos, M.; Glennane, R.; Cremin, K., The effects of Occupational Therapy services on fine motor skills and functional performance in early education, National Disability Authority; Evidence based practice in Early Intervention for children with disabilities aged 0-6 years, University College Dublin, 14th November 2007, 2007

Conference Paper, 2007

Cremin K., Hederman L., An Investigation into the need for and design of an Information Technology Support System for Occupational Therapy in a child and adolescent mental health clinic, Irish Journal of Occupational Therapy, 32, (1), 2002, p18 – 25

Journal Article, 2002

Katie Cremin, Cillin Condon, Normative temporal Balance abilities in children aged 4-15, RTRS conference 2012, UCD, 27/4/2012

Poster,

Katie Cremin, Dr Michael Gordon and Dr Kristen Maglieri, Katie Cremin, Dr Michael Gordon and Dr Kristen Maglieri , Children’s Research Centre and SchParental perceptions on the transition to post primary school for their child with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Irish Society for Autism Conference – The Next Generation, National Convention Centre, 3rd – 4th April 2013

Poster,

Katie Cremin, Cillin Condon, Static Balance Norms In Children Aged 4-15, AOTI Annual Confernce 2013, Mullingar Park Hotel

Meeting Abstract,

Katie Cremin, Cillin Condon, Variations in Timed Unilateral Balance abilities in Children in Ireland aged 4-15, Fundamental Movement Skill Conference , UCC, April 2013

Poster,

Katie Cremin, Sarah Governey, THE PROCESS OF TRANSITION TO SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR FIVE CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER (DCD)., Irish Journal of Occupational Therapy, Journal Article,