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2013 AUCD Conference: ASD Sessions of Interest

The AUCD 2013 Conference is quickly approaching and we hope many of you can join us! Below, are some ASD-related events that may be of interest to you. Visit the conference website at www.aucd.org/conference to view more events and register.

Sunday, November 17

9:00 AM

Critical Opportunities: Screening of Young Children for Developmental Disabilities (Pre-Conference Workshop)

12:30 PM

Act Early Network (Pre-Conference Workshop)

Monday, November 18

8:30 AM

Autism Across the Lifespan: Evidence Based Practices (Research Symposium)

12:30 PM

Autism SIG Meeting: Click here to view the agenda!

2:15 PM

DSM-5: Continuing the Conversation (Concurrent Discussion Session)

2:15 PM

Putting Parents in the Driver's Seat: Enhancing Outcomes for Young Children with Disabilities (Concurrent Session)

2:15 PM

Statewide Systems of Support for People with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities: Examples from School-Based and Adult Services (Concurrent Session)

5:15 PM

Poster Session: Check out several ASD-related posters!

Tuesday, November 19

10:30 AM

Improving Early Identification of Children with Developmental Delays in Lower Resource Families from CDC's "Learn the Signs. Act Early." Program (Concurrent Session)

10:30 AM

Supporting the Lives of Adolescents with Intellectual and Other Disabilities (Concurrent Session)

1:30 PM

Promoting Social Inclusion in Your UCEDD Programs (Concurrent Session)

3:00 PM

Including Stakeholders in Statewide Autism Planning: Lessons Learned in Delaware, Tennessee, and Georgia (Concurrent Session)


 
 

Alaska Statewide Transition Plan

Home and Community-Based Services Settings

The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Senior and Disabilities Services (SDS) submits this transition plan in accordance with CFR 42 �441.301(c)(6); the new HCBS settings rule Statewide Transition Plan

pdf File AlaskaTransitionPlan draft.pdf [download]
 
 
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AUCD Diversity & Inclusion Toolkit

 
 

AUCD Health Reform HUB

 
 

Autism Identification Resource Guide Published

"Identification of Autism in Young Children" is an annotated and organized list of nearly 50 recommended resources from Autism CARES grantees, compiled during their bi-annual meeting in July 2015. Some items can be used immediately by parents or professionals, while others are models that can be replicated and/or adapted to meet the needs of different communities.

pdf File CARES2015 AutismIdentificationResources.pdf [download]
 
 

Budget Referees Make It Harder To Evaluate Obamacare Costs

The Congressional Budget Office will no longer evaluate the fiscal implications of some parts of the Affordable Care Act, partly because of all the changes made during implementation. KHN's Mary Agnes Carey and The Fiscal Times' Eric Pianin discuss.

 
 

CAAI 2013: Putting the Pieces Together: Improving Access, Quality, and Integration Through CAAI

The May 2013 CAAI Meeting brought together individuals from the training, research, and state programs funded by HRSA/MCHB's Combating Autism Act Initiative. Directors, key faculty, and trainees from each of the CAAI grants (DBP, LEND, States, and Research) were in attendance.

NewCAAI Discussion Notes

CAAI 2013 attendees participated in several small group discussions centered around the meeting theme topics of quality improvement efforts in our states, programs, and research; improving access; and integrating our efforts. Groups were provided with a selection of case studies and questions to guide discussion; notes were taken and compiled after the meeting. Below are the cases and notes for each of the available case studies.

 
 

CCD letter in response to National Health Interview Survey

10/30/2015

AUCD has signed on to a letter developed by CCD, PIPC, and the Friends of NCBDDD in response to the concerns that the number of disability related questions might be reduced in the National Health Interview Survey. The letter provides a justification for continuing to include the broad range of questions.

 
 

Double Amputee Sprinter Banned from Bejing Olympics

 
 

Dr. Liz Perkins Elected Vice President of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Congratulations to Dr. Liz Perkins, who has been elected by the membership of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) to the Board of Directors. Her term of four years will run from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2020. Over this term, she will serve one year each as Vice President, President-Elect, President, and Past President. This follows the completion of her current four year term as an elected member-at-large on AAIDD's board.

 
 

HealthCare.gov Is Given an Overhaul

The Obama administration is redesigning HealthCare.gov and says that 70 percent of consumers will be able to use a shorter, simpler online application form to buy health insurance when the second annual open enrollment period begins in mid-November.

 
 

How To Fix Medicare? Ask The Public

This interesting article highlights what the public wants most out of Medicare coverage.

 
 

Inclusion in Research - Documenting Capacity to Consent

This brief document was developed to help researchers develop consent procedures that 1) ensure participants understand study procedures and 2) demonstrate this population has the capacity to consent to research participation.

 
 

Inforgraphic: Premium Changes in the Affordable Care Act's Insurance Marketplaces 2014-2015

Website  from http://kff.org

This Visualizing Health Policy infographic illustrates the change in monthly premiums by county, and select cities, from 2014 to 2015 for a 40-year-old person covered by the second-lowest-cost silver �benchmark� plan in the Affordable Care Act�s insurance marketplaces. Premium changes were greatest in Summit County, Colo. (45% decrease) and southeastern Alaska (34% increase), before tax credits. After accounting for tax credits, premiums for a 40-year-old person with an annual income of $30,000 would remain flat in most of the country, as long as the enrollee changed from the 2014 benchmark plan to the plan designated as the benchmark for 2015.

 
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