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Post-Secondary Education Opportunities for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Webinar

This teleconference and Webinar featured AUCD Network members presenting program examples and promising practices in postsecondary education programs for individuals with developmental disabilities. Materials from the presentation are now available. Click "Read More" To Access.


Post-Secondary Education Conference: Opening Doors for People with Intellectual Disabilities

This conference included presentations on what's working, what colleges are mandated to provide, what funding options are available, what accommodations are available, and what the next step is to start a program at a college near you. Click "Read More" to access the program brochure.


College Bound: Policy Recommendations for Improving Long-Term Employment Outcomes by Advancing Higher Education for Students

Cornell University will host a forum and webinar on policy recommendations for employment and higher education for students with disabilities on July 27. Presenters include George Jesien, Executive Director of AUCD.


Symposium on Postsecondary Opportunities on College Campus for Students with Intellectual/Cognitive Disabilities

Sponsored by Developmental Disabilities Institute (MI UCEDD)


THINK COLLEGE: Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities


2008 Disability Policy Seminar: Advancing Disability Policy in an Election Year

AUCD, The Arc of the United States, United Cerebral Palsy, AAIDD, and the National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities are joining together again to host the 2008 Disability Policy Seminar: Advancing Disability Policy in an Election Year.


24th Annual Pacific Rim Conference Call for Papers

Sponsored by the Center on Disability Studies (HI UCEDD)


2008 AUCD Annual Meeting & Conference



The Role of Youth With and Without Disabilities in Making High Schools More Inclusive: A Teleconference by KASA/LRE Part B

KASA LogoKASA (Kids as Self Advocates) of Family Voices and the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Part B Community of Practice recently banded together in presenting a national teleconference, The Role of Youth with and without disabilities in Making High Schools More Inclusive (MP3 audio recording). The teleconference featured youth and young adults with disabilities who spoke from their own experiences about how youth can play an important role in making high schools more inclusive. The four presenters are members of the KASA National Advisory Board and represent youth and young adults with disabilities and special needs on topics such as self-advocacy and equal rights, health care, and the importance of the youth voice in systems change efforts.


NLTS2 Database Training Seminar


2009 AUCD Conference



State of the Art Conference on Postsecondary Education and Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

The 2010 State of the Art Conference on Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities will be held on October 28 and 29, 2010 at Mason's new hotel and conference center in Fairfax, VA. The conference will provide an opportunity for colleges and universities, researchers, program staff, parents and self-advocates to discuss the current state of policies, research, and practice in the field. Panels including staff from PSE initiatives, parents, self-advocate and other experts will share effective practices during breakout sessions with an opportunity for group discussion.


2010 AUCD Annual Meeting & Conference

"Going to Scale: Making What Works Accessible to All"

There are few greater efficiencies in our field than building on the ideas of others, learning what to do and what not to do in developing programs, and gaining invaluable insights into what works and why. Attend the 2010 AUCD Annual Meeting and Conference and share in making what works accessible to all.



Enhancing Faculty Knowledge and Practices Related to Students with Disabilities in Higher Education

This half-day Capacity Building Institute will focus on implementation of a model training program developed at the University of Hawai?i that enhances faculty awareness and skills related to students with disabilities. The model program focuses on three key topics: (a) Universal Design for Learning, (b) Cultural Diversity, and (c) Mentoring. Participants in the Institute will view a presentation about the training modules, and explore strategies for enhancing faculty development programs and education efforts to better integrate disability awareness and disability studies concepts into the postsecondary classroom.


Academic and Psychosocial Issues Among College Students with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Session topics include key findings and best practices in: Concerns and experiences of college students wtih TBI How do changes in cognition and social development impact students' college experiences? What services are currently available to students What do students with TBI need in order to be succesful in college?
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