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AIR-P Presents: IDD Curricula in the Health Professions: Current State and Future Directions

While most medical students report that they want to learn more about seeing patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and feel underprepared to serve these patients when they graduate from their programs, the actual amount and quality of IDD-focused curricular content in medical and dental school curricula greatly varies between institutions. This webinar will present data from a recent WITH-funded research project examining the development of inclusive IDD curricula at medical and dental schools, and will also introduce an AADMD initiative, NICHE medical, that coordinates and supports medical schools who are working to develop innovative, community-engaged IDD curricula.


LEND and Learn Monthly TA Series: Hear from AMCHP about opportunities for LENDs to partner with Title V programs!

The LEND and Learn session will be held Wednesday, September 20, 2023, at 3:00 PM ET. The date of the LEND and Learn event was changed due to the observance of the September holidays. The September session will focus on Title V collaboration and partnership opportunities for LEND programs. The session will be facilitated by Paige Bussanich, Associate Director for Child Health and Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) at The Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP).


AIR-P Presents: Health of Autistic People During the COVID-19 Pandemic: National Autism Indicators Report Findings

This webinar will explore findings from the latest National Autism Indicators Report (NAIR) focused on health care in autistic people during the COVID-19 pandemic. This report examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health and health care among autistic children and adults. To build a comprehensive picture, we included various data sources.


AUCD Health and Disability SIG Webinar: Interdisciplinary Models for Improving Healthcare Transition and Adult Healthcare Provision in Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) face unique challenges when transitioning from pediatric to adult healthcare, including access to care, and experience poorer health outcomes when transitioning to adulthood. This webinar will explore unique programs designed to overcome some of these barriers and improve the healthcare transition process for this vulnerable population.


My College Life: Students with Intellectual Disability Share Their Lived Experiences

Hear from a panel of college students about their experiences. Watch the "Think Higher. Think College." Campaign video. Get access to new resources for students, families, and educators, plus campaign tools to spread the word about college access for students with intellectual disability. Hosted by AUCD's Community Education and Dissemination Council.
pdf File Webinar Transcript [download]


AIR-P Neurology Node Updates: Examining co-occurring neurologic conditions in autism across a lifespan

Dr. Rujuta Bhatt Wilson will share Neurology Node Updates from the AIR-P project. The webinar will include updates on intervention studies, examining neurologic conditions in genetic Neurodevelopmental syndromes, and examination of the prevalence of co-occurring neurologic and neurodegenerative diseases in autism in adulthood.


NTDC Presents: Developing Inclusive Training Programs Through Universal Design for Learning

Join us for an interactive discussion on universal design for learning (UDL) and learn how your program can develop a more inclusive training approach by applying UDL principles. The panel will highlight two training programs in the AUCD Network with experience applying UDL in their work. Come prepared with questions and plan to participate in a facilitated activity! We highly encourage training programs to come ready to share their program's approach to UDL and/or bring a document or resource on which they would like to get feedback on from a UDL lens.
pdf File Developing Inclusive Training Programs Through Universal Design for Learning.pdf [download]


AIR-P Presents: Mind the NIH-Funding Gap: Structural Discrimination in Physical Health-Related Research for Cognitively Able Autistic Adults

AIR-P is glad to announce a date for the rescheduled webinar: Mind the NIH-Funding Gap: Structural Discrimination in Physical Health-Related Research for Cognitively Able Autistic Adults. Topics will include: Importance of addressing physical health disparity conditions in autistic adults Structural discrimination in NIH-funded studies on physical health disparity conditions in autistic adults Description of conflicts of interest within an NIH-funded culture of academia that contribute to systemic structural discrimination in funding policies.


LEND and Learn June Session - LEND Trainee Mentoring: Mystery, Curiosity, and Wonder

The new LEND and Learn Monthly TA Series is an opportunity for LEND leadership and faculty to gather once a month to discuss priority TA topics and to learn from each other! Each month will focus on a different topic. Each session will be led by a different LEND program and includes a 15-minute presentation and 45 minutes of discussion. Please note that this is not a webinar series. Instead, it is designed to be an informal opportunity for LENDs to connect with one another on topics identified as top TA needs.


NIRS Data Coordinator's Quarterly Call

At this meeting, AUCD's TA team will review preview NIRS updates and upcoming events for the upcoming year. We will provide UCEDD-specific updates and LEND/DBP-specific updates. These updates will be followed by Q&A and open floor discussions.
pdf File May 2023 Data Coordinator's Quarterly Call Slide Deck [download]


2023 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 will hear from our Emerging Leader Board Member, Aliana Romero, AuD, CCC-A, and AUCD's Council Trainee Representatives.


AIR-P Presents: Sound Sensitivity in Autistic Adults: Clinical Manifestations and Correlates

In this webinar, Zack Williams will discuss the different types of sound sensitivity that exist in autistic people and present new research findings on the manifestations, clinical correlates, and neural/perceptual underpinnings of these sometimes debilitating conditions.


Autism SIG Round Table on Leadership and Mentorship

The Autism SIG invites you to a roundtable discussion on leadership and mMentorship. The Autism SIG co-chairs will facilitate a recap of the webinar series and provide a perspective on the importance of mentorship and leadership for the autistic community. Members of the Autism SIG will have the chance to speak in breakout rooms on various topics decided by the SIG.


Join Think College for IPSE Day on May 1

This Monday, May 1, Think College will host their annual IPSE Day. IPSE Day (or Inclusive Postsecondary Education Day) is a day to raise awareness and spread the word about inclusive postsecondary education (IPSE) options for students with intellectual disabilities.


Disability Policy Seminar

The Disability Policy Seminar strengthens our federal advocacy efforts by providing training, learning opportunities, updates, and opportunities to visit Members of Congress.
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