ITAC: ITAC EVENTS

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10/27/2022

23rd Annual Chronic Illness and Disability Conference: Transition from Pediatric to Adult-Based Care

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Because of increased awareness of transitioning to adult-based care, clinicians are required to update their knowledge of the changing strategies for integrating emerging adult-based care into practice. For all conference participants, there will be a discussion of the legal issues involved in healthcare transition, as well as time to meet and talk with faculty in small groups, exchange ideas among participants, and share knowledge and information about how best to plan for a successful transition to adulthood.
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09/30/2022

2022 Emerging Leaders Welcome Webinar

Welcome (or welcome back) to the AUCD network, emerging leaders! Join us to learn about the Emerging Leaders Community and how you fit within the AUCD Network. Presenters will share resources and opportunities to help you make the most of your traineeship! Former trainees or fellows are also encouraged to attend.

07/21/2022

Prioritizing Decolonization When Engaging with Indigenous Communities

American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN; Indigenous) children are at high risk for neurodevelopmental disorders including developmental delay, learning disabilities, and conduct disorders. Major risk factors, in addition to low socioeconomic status, are the loss of traditional child-rearing practices due to historical trauma, racism, and oppression.
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05/25/2022

2022 Emerging Leaders End of Year Webinar

This webinar is to celebrate the end of the academic year and share professional development tips with outgoing and continuing trainees in the Emerging Leaders Community, including advice on staying engaged with the AUCD network. Participants can also expect to hear from alumni trainees on how their training experience has helped them achieve professional and personal goals.

05/20/2022

Introduction to the LEND Program Quality Improvement (LPQI) Network

Join the LEND Program Quality Improvement (LPQI) Network and AUCD's Interdisciplinary Technical Assistance Center (ITAC) on Friday, May 20th for an interactive discussion about LPQI, a national quality improvement (QI) initiative for interdisciplinary training programs.
pdf File Meeting Slides [download]

05/13/2022

Life After LEND Panel: Engaging Families, Self-Advocates, Former Trainees and Faculty in Collaborative Efforts

Join us for an interactive discussion exploring alumni trainee engagement strategies. The panel will feature former trainees currently serving as LEND program faculty/staff.

04/04/2022

2022 Post-EHDI LEND Workshop: Adaptability in an Ever-Changing EHDI Environment 

This workshop will introduce LEND pediatric audiology trainees to the various challenges of effectively serving children with hearing loss (including those with additional disabilities) and their families.

03/23/2022

2022 Disability Policy Seminar Orientation & Policy Education 101

This webinar will prepare participants to attend the 2022 Disability Policy Seminar. AUCD's policy team will review the basics of how the federal government operates, provide tips for meeting with policymakers, and how to frame policy priorities for effective impact.

01/18/2022

2022 AUCD Leadership Academy Informational Webinar

This webinar will offer interested potential applicants an opportunity to interact with the AUCD Leadership Academy faculty. The webinar will feature a brief overview of the 2022 Academy curriculum and timeline. This will be followed by a time for questions from potential applicants to the 2022 AUCD Leadership Academy. In addition, alumni will share their reflections about the benefits they gained from participation in the week-long academy.

12/08/2021

2021 Emerging Leaders Post-Conference Workshop: Storytelling

Storytelling is an empowering technique to share one's stories and deliver messages. Individuals with disabilities, families, and allies often use storytelling to amplify their voices. This strategy uses audio, images, or video to engage with an audience creatively. Workshop participants will learn and apply skills in digital storytelling to communicate their unique experiences as trainees. This workshop was an AUCD 2021 Post-Conference event for emerging leaders.

12/02/2021

2021 Emerging Leaders Networking Session

Are you attending the AUCD 2021 virtual conference? Interested in connecting with other emerging leaders? Join us for our annual networking event for current trainees, alumni/former trainees, and early career professionals!

12/01/2021

2021 Emerging Leaders Post-Conference Workshop: Networking

Networking is a necessary skill for emerging leaders to expand their professional circle. Networking skills are especially needed for professional growth on platforms like LinkedIn. This workshop will teach trainees how to build relationships within the AUCD Network and beyond.
pdf File Workshop Slides [download]

11/03/2021

2021 LEND Directors Meeting

Meeting Description: The 2021 LEND Directors Meeting will be held virtually on November 3rd from 2-5pm ET via Zoom. There will be an optional happy hour at 5pm ET. The meeting is an opportunity for leaders in the LEND network (LEND Directors, Associate Directors, Training Directors, etc.) to discuss new and emerging technical assistance needs, share information and best practices, and facilitate meaningful collaboration. For questions, please contact Jackie Czyzia at [email protected]

10/20/2021

Data Coordinators Quarterly + Annual Meeting

NIRS Data Coordinators from all Centers and Programs meet quarterly and also have an annual meeting in conjunction with the annual conference. This October 2021 meeting will serve as both the quarterly and annual Data Coordinators meeting and will cover topics of interest to all NIRS users.

10/15/2021

The OSU Nisonger RRTC Knowledge Translation Process

Presenters from The Ohio State University (OSU) Nisonger Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) will provide an overview of knowledge translation (KT), discuss general methods and specific strategies to conduct KT activities with stakeholders, and describe their research project's KT model and process. Participants will also see examples developed by the team in consultation with the project's Disability Experience Expert Panel, a group of research partners with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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