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01/24/2015

2015 AMCHP Conference: United to Build Healthier Communities

fromhttp://www.amchp.org/Calendar/Conferences/amchp-conference/Pages/default.aspx
The AMCHP Annual Conference is the ideal venue to present your ideas, research, innovative programming, best practices, and effective outreach strategies to MCH and other public health practitioners, directors of state programs, federal officials, advocates, family leaders, researchers and health care providers.

01/24/2015

Live webcast of Waisman Center Day with the Experts: Autism

Learn about the latest advances in autism research and services and hear from a panel of experts-individuals with autism and family members. This annual event is designed to be accessible for a broad range of community members and professionals.
pdf File Live webcast of Waisman Center Day with the Experts:Autism [download]

02/11/2015

Now Archived: CMS Guidance and Autism Spectrum Disorders

Earlier this year, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) released a guidance document related to services for those on the autism spectrum. Now it is left to individual states to grapple with what that means for each state. This webinar will feature presenters from AUCD, Easter Seals. NHeLP, and the Autism Society, and provide perspective on how one state (Connecticut) has responded to the guidance. Our goal is to provide some direction and ideas for those states still grappling with the implementation of the guidance
pdf File CMS webinar slides 2.11.15 final registrants.pdf [download]

02/19/2015

Now Archived: Act Early Forum Webinar: State Systems Grantees Program Implementation and Lessons Learned

The first quarter of 2015 Act Early Webinar welcomes the Act Early State Systems Grantees to present their 2014 project implementation activities and lessons learned. The webinar is scheduled for Thursday, February 19 at 3pm-4pmET.

02/24/2015

HANDS in Autism Model in Practice: 3-Day Early Childhood Programming Workshop

Join the HANDS in Autism' Team for an intensive training that focuses on providing hands-on experience and coaching in a simulated classroom/work environment. Individuals on the spectrum participate, facilitating a rich learning environment for all.
pdf File Event Flyer [download]

02/26/2015

AIR-P/ATN AARC Webinar Series: Topic - RFA6 UPDATES

fromhttps://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1289166752450155265
February's AARC Webinar will feature three Network researchers currently conducting secondary data analyses utilizing existing AS ATN Registry data as part of AIR-P Network RFA ATN-AIR-14-06 activities. Each individual will present an update on their research activities including proposed analyses and early findings."Effectiveness of Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Services for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders" by Nalin Payakachat, PhD, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences ; "Communication Deficits and the Motor System in ASD: Dissecting Patters on Association and Dissociation Between Them" by Maria Mody, PhD, MGHfC Lurie Center for Autism ; "Relationship Between Subtypes of Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors and Sleep Disturbance in Autism Spectrum Disorder" by Rachel Hundley, PhD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center CME credit is available.

03/23/2015

AIR-P/ATN AARC Webinar Series: Topic Transition

fromhttps://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5666474275231287041
March's AARC Webinar will feature Julie Lounds Taylor, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Special Education at Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Investigator, discussing transition. CME credit is available for all AARC Webinars.

04/16/2015

Act Early Forum Webinar: Text4Baby Mobile Information Service and Act Early Collaboration Opportunities

fromhttp://aucd.adobeconnect.com/text4baby/
The Act Early Forum Webinar: Text4Baby Mobile Information Service and Act Early Collaboration Opportunities is scheduled for Thursday, April 16 at 2pm-3pmET.

04/23/2015

Act Early Network Virtual Networking Event

Celebrate Autism Awareness Month with the Act Early Network and attend the Act Early Network Virtual Networking Event on Thursday, April 23 at 3pm-4pm ET to gain knowledge on effective program methods and strategies that improve early identification.

04/27/2015

Now Archived: Autism Spectrum Disorder and Children's Mental Health

The Autism SIG will host a webinar which focuses on autism and co-morbid mental health conditions in children. We will focus on the challenges families face in accessing comprehensive services, as well as community and school based interventions.
pdf File Autism Spectrum Disorder and Children's Mental Health Webinar Slides [download]

07/16/2015

2015 Autism CARES Grantee Meeting: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Real World Settings

This bi-annual meeting was an opportunity for MCHB-funded Autism CARES legislation grantees representing research, training, and state implementation stakeholders to share information about activities within their respective networks, discuss emerging trends, and facilitate meaningful collaboration.

10/27/2015

Past, Present, and Future of Early Intervention: A View through the Autism Spectrum Disorder Lens

For this webinar we are asking you to view this talk given by Dr. Sally Rogers from the MIND Institute at the Colorado UCEDD/LEND 50th Anniversary symposium. During the webinar Dr. Rogers will answer questions you may have and then she would like to discuss key points of the talk. We think this model will result in a more dynamic webinar. We will look forward to your feedback.

11/14/2015

2015 AUCD Conference

The 2015 AUCD Conference will be held at the Washington, DC, Renaissance Hotel.

04/21/2016

Parents Taking Action: Empowering Latina Mothers of Children with ASD

Latinos represent the fastest growing population in the US, and Latino children are one of the fastest growing ASD populations. Despite this growth, they are one of the most underserved groups with respect to diagnostic services, health care, and specialty autism services. Dr. Sandy Magana will discuss the development of a culturally-based approach to addressing informational needs of Latino parents, which is essential in order to better support their children with ASD. She will present preliminary findings of a randomized controlled trial that is underway to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed model.

04/25/2016

Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity

Pac Rim 2016 addresses the question: How do we innovate to bring more people from the margins of society into the center where they can live to their full potential? Find answers by connecting with a diverse group of people working on the front lines. By meeting face-to-face in the digital age. By inspiring others in telling your story, sharing your research or best practices. By getting excited by the energy and ideas in the room with you.
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