Early Intervention policy, Child Find and Screening practices, Transdisciplinary practices and collaboration, Autism Spectrum Disorders
Votava, K., & Johnson, C. (2016, January 7). Statewide special education practices to improve the quality of IFSP outcomes, 2016 Conference Proceedings, Paper presented at Hawaii International Education Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii (p. 1773-1778). Honolulu, Hawaii: HICE.
Johnson, C., & Votava, K. (2016). Education practices for early identification of communication concerns in young children, 2016 Conference Proceedings, Paper presented at Hawaii International Education Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii (p. 1379-1386). Honolulu, Hawaii: HICE.
Votava, K.M., Johnson, C., & Chiasson, K. (2011). Using an accountability tool to improve the quality of outcomes on individual family service plans. Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals.
Certificate of Clinical Competency, speech-language pathology, American Speech- Language Hearing Association, 1990- current.
Licensed by the North Dakota State Board of Examiners to practice Speech-Language Pathology. 1990 - present.
Zero to Three, member
Council for Exceptional Children, member, including Division for Early Childhood
American Speech-Language Hearing Association, member
Early Interventionist/Speech-Language Pathologist, Northeast Human Service Center, Grand Forks, ND. November 1986-2008.
Early Intervention Program Coordinator, Northeast Human Service Center, Grand Forks, ND. November 1995-2008.
UND Medical School, North Dakota Early Intervention Technical Assistant, December 2003-July 2006
Adjunct Faculty, UND Teaching & Learning, Special Educator Online Instructor, 1998-2008