The Doogri Institute conducts research, provides professional training, and direct services through creative and expressive arts to individuals who are disadvantaged both by disability and family privilege. Our research and advocacy team consists of scholars and leading experts in their field.

All research, professional training and direct services are augmented by lived experiences. The program creates a bridge for previously oppressed individuals in their quest to immerse themselves in mainstream culture and higher education. This systemic empowerment may lead to self actualization. 

Current Research and Advocacy

Autistic Communication Support – 5 year Outcome Report (2014-2019)

The Perfect Perch – How can a simple plastic device help a pianist with dyspraxia or motor planning issues? Our current clinical trial includes students with cerebral palsy, autism, and post-stroke paralysis. Read more