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Integrating the Life Course Model in MCH Training Programs

This webcast will be a presentation and discussion about integrating the Life Course Model into MCH Training Programs.


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.



2011 Disability Policy Seminar

AUCD members joined with hundreds of disability advocates from around the country to discuss a wide range of public policy issues affecting people with disabilities and their families. View fact sheets and photos from the event.


Application of Social Media and Web Collaboration

Learn about the potential applications of social media within the MCH community. An overview of online collaborative work and meeting space applications will be provided for fostering effective partnership with your colleagues at a distance. This presentation will enable you to better communicate and connect with your partners, stakeholders and community.


AAIDD 2011: Inclusive Communities: Pathways to Realizing the Vision

This year's annual conference, centered on Inclusive Communities, will feature professionals sharing guidelines on the effective practices, research and updated policies regarding the needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Topics covered at the conference include: aging, education, employment, person centered supports, community access and many more.


MCH Life Course Research Network Webinar: New Insights Into Ending Chronic Disease

This webinar - the third in the MCH LCRN's ongoing series on The State of Life Course Health Development Research: Past, Present and Future - will feature David Barker, M.D., Ph.D., FRS, Physician and Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Southampton, U.K., and Professor in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Oregon Health and Science University, U.S.


Dentistry and Individuals with Special Health Care Needs

This presentation provided an overview of dental care for individuals with special health care needs (pediatric to adult). The presentation included information about unique aspects of providing dental care to individuals with special health care needs, barriers to access to care, the dental home model, as well as a presentation on dental training resources/modules. This presentation included an overview of the National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center.


MCH Life Ccourse Research Network Webinar: The Life Course Perspective in Promoting Health in Aging

This webinar - the fourth in the MCH LCRN's ongoing series on The State of Life Course Health Development Research: Past, Present and Future - will feature Diana Kuh, Director of the MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing and of the MRC National Survey of Health and Development, and Principal investigator for HALCyon.


2011 AUCD Conference

Thank you to everyone who participated in the AUCD 2011 Conference. It was great to see old friends again, and to forge new relationships. We hope that all who attended were able to gain new information, meet new people, and leave feeling energized, refreshed, and excited about the many incredible activities happening in the disability community and throughout the AUCD network.
Conference plenary videos, photos, presentations, handouts, and more are available on Save the date for AUCD 2012: December 2-5 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC.


Advancing Equity and Excellence through Universal Design for Learning

Universal Course Design is a professional development concept that strives to make learning accessible to all students, no matter their individual backgrounds. The webinar provided advanced strategies employed by UCD with a focus on the four key principles: curriculum, instruction, assessment and environment.


2012 Disability Policy Seminar Trainee Symposium & Reception

This special session for trainees attending the 2012 DPS will provide a behind-the-scenes look into what it takes to live and work on Capitol Hill and share the ins and outs of some current legislative items, and trainees will have plenty of time to meet others from around the country. This is a one of a kind session you don't want to miss.


2012 Disability Policy Seminar

Join us in Washington, DC, April 23-25 for the ultimate gathering of advocates for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This year we'll be focusing on presidential election-year issues and how to make a difference with grassroots advocacy. A special Trainee Symposium and Reception is planned for Sunday evening.


Arab American Communities and Disabilities Conference: Lessons Learned for Dissemination, Training, and TA

This webinar is jointly presented by the Dissemination and Community Education and Technical Assistance Committees of the AUCD National Community Education Directors Council. The focus of this session will be the Arab American Communities and Disabilities Conference coordinated by The Boggs Center (NJ UCEDD) in December 2011 as part of a series of Cultural Awareness Conferences. Lessons learned and implications for dissemination, training, and technical assistance will be discussed.


2012 International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities (IASSID) World Congress

The 2012 IASSID World Congress, "A World of Potential," will bring approximately 1,500 delegates from around the world to Halifax. The conference will offer several plenary addresses about major advances in the biological, behavioral, and social sciences related to intellectual disabilities. Presenters will share recent research findings in more than 200 concurrent sessions.


Good Blood Bad Blood Book Chat

Join AAIDD's Director of Publications, Lisa O'Hearn, as she interviews J. David Smith and Michael Wehmeyer, authors of 'Good Blood, Bad Blood: Science, Nature, and the Myth of the Kallikaks.'
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