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CEDC Webinar: Using the Project ECHO Model to Enhance Your Professional Development and Training

Join the Project ECHO Orientation to learn more about the ECHO model and how you can incorporate it into your work as a UCEDD or LEND program (or partner organization). Cari Glantz and Amy Rieser from the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities will share how they have utilized ECHO in their trainings and how you can become an ECHO partner. ECHO is a training and capacity-building model intended to support inter-professional connection and best practice implementation. Hosted by AUCD's Community Education and Dissemination Council.


2022 Texas Transition Conference

This year, we are offering the option to attend a live conference or online. We will be limiting the number of people who attend live to 360. This will allow for social distancing. TTC 2022 will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denton Convention Center.


Twitter Chat on Accessibility and Universal Design

The AUCD Community Education and Dissemination Council (CEDC) invites you to join us on Monday, August 30, from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET for a Twitter chat on Accessibility and Universal Design! We will be taking over the @AUCDNews Twitter handle to share insight and resources from our network. This is an easy way to share and gather resources on improving accessibility and implementing Universal Design where we live, work, and play.


#VaccinateByADA: Strategies for COVID-19 Vaccine Access and Confidence for People with Disabilities

We invite you to join the AUCD Public Health Team for a webinar on Strategies for COVID-19 Vaccine Access and Confidence for People with Disabilities. Members of the COVID-19 Vaccine Access and Confidence Among People with Disabilities Initiative Community of Practice will share outreach strategies, lessons learned, and continuing barriers in the goal of vaccinating all eligible persons with disabilities by the 31st Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26th. ASL and CART captioning will be provided.


Professional Fellows Alumni Webinar: Creating Sustainable U.S. - East Africa Partnerships for Disability Inclusion

AUCD, ICI-UMass Boston, and Humanity & Inclusion (HI) invite you to join a Professional Fellows alumni webinar on how university centers, DPOs, and other disability rights groups in the United States and East Africa can create independent, sustainable partnerships that promote inclusive employment and education in lasting ways.


AUCD pre-DPS 2021: Policy Education 101

Join us to review basics of federal government and consider ways to educate members and connect real experience and expertise to policy.


Prepared4ALL Town Hall: AUCD Training Directors and Trainees

Calling all AUCD Training Directors and Trainees! Are you interested in learning about disability inclusion in local emergency and pandemic planning? Join us for a Prepared4ALL town hall meeting on January 29th, 2021 from 3-4pm ET. You'll learn more about Prepared4ALL, an innovative approach to coalition-building among local disability organizations and emergency planning agencies.


Crisis Standards of Care During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Is It Ever OK to Discriminate?

The Covid-19 pandemic has threatened to overwhelm health care resources, leading to discussions about how to deploy life-saving interventions such as ventilators. Crisis standards of care policies have been criticized as discriminating against people with disabilities and older Americans. The goal of this webinar is to facilitate discussion, clarify concepts, and explore the best strategies for protecting the rights of people with disabilities in a health care crisis.
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Making Accessible Academic Posters

Achieving inclusive communities includes having research accessible for all individuals. Through the work of the Center for Leadership in Disability (CLD) and our partners at Tools for Life Georgia's AT Act program, and disABILITY Link, a Center for Independent Living, we are developing accessible posters.


Curriculum Design Assistance for AUCD Network Members: The Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) Core Curriculum Resources

Join us for a discussion about the Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) Core Curriculum Resources! Originally developed to support LEND curriculum development at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the Resources are moving to AUCD in Summer of 2020 in part to extend their reach across the AUCD network and will be relevant for (and available to) all network members engaged in pre-service training activities.


Strategies for Addressing Anxiety Related to COVID-19

Anxiety is a common co-occurring concern for many people with IDD (including ASD). In this time of COVID, everyone is experiencing heightened anxiety. For this population in particular we need to be aware of this underlying anxiety and provide strategies to help people manage their symptoms. This panel presentation will describe how anxiety may present in people with IDD and demonstrate effective strategies to address these anxieties.


Making Lifelong Connections

A National Maternal and Child Health Training This is an interactive career development and networking opportunity within the Maternal and Child Health Community and is open to all current and former trainees from MCHB funded training programs. Applications will be accepted through 11pm EST January 15th, 2020.


NIDILRR Research Grant Program Overview

The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) is part of the federal Administration on Community Living and is a primary funder of applied research impacting individuals with disabilities. Learn about NIDILRR's research agenda, unique funding mechanisms, and programs, and understand the pathway from research idea to research funding from NIDILRR.


Taking Charge of My Health Care

The Oregon Self-Advocacy Coalition, the Oregon Office on Disability and Health and the University Center of Excellence on Developmental Disabilities is excited to share their newly released, free on-line toolkit, called "Taking Charge of My Health Care".


Northeast Regional LEND Programs Co-sponsor Annual Spring Conference

This year marks the sixth annual Northeast Regional LEND conference. This year's topic will be Effects of Substance Abuse on Young Children. The conference will be held on Friday, May 17, 2019 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH. The conference is sponsored by the NH-ME LEND Program at Dartmouth College in partnership with Behavioral and Neurodevelopmental Services at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Connecticut LEND Program at UCONN Health; Eunice Kennedy Shriver LEND Program at University of Massachusetts Medical School; LEND Program at Boston Children's Hospital; Maine LEND at the University of New England; Rhode Island LEND at Rhode Island Hospital.
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