AUCD WEBINAR

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02/21/2023

AIR-P Presents: The Autism Society of America's Vaccine Education Initiative: Connect and Protect

The Autism Society of America's Vaccine Education Initiative has increased vaccine education, confidence, and accessibility throughout the Autism community. Join this discussion on health equity to learn about grassroots messaging, key lessons learned, evidence-based practices, and opportunities for community impact.

02/01/2023

2023 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 2023 Academy curriculum and timeline. This will be followed by a time for questions from potential applicants to the 2023 AUCD Leadership Academy. In addition, alumni will share their reflections about the benefits they gained from participation in the week-long academy. and the follow-up activities.

01/23/2023

Strategies for Identifying Progress of EDI at the UCEDD

01/19/2023

AIR-P Presents: Claims Data as a Big Data Tool for Autism Research Focused on Physical Health

Big data can provide population-level indicators for autism research focused on physical health. Claims data are a useful big data tool that emerge from health systems and provide translational research opportunities to improve health outcomes across large groups and communities. Claims data are generated at local, state, and federal levels, and from multiple insurance sources. In this webinar, we will describe existing approaches to the use of claims data for autism research focused on physical health and present and discuss opportunities for future research.

12/20/2022

AIR-P Presents: Environmental Health and Gene-Environment in Relation to Autism

This presentation will review literature on environmental factors, and gene-environment interactions, for autism and related traits and discuss gaps and needs for future research studies. Topics will include: -How do environmental factors contribute to Autism? -Autism comes from both genetic and environmental factors, though few studies have examined them jointly. -Future research needs to more frequently examine modifiable exposures and impacts on traits and disabilities associated with autism.
pdf File Presentation Slides [download]

12/01/2022

The LEND Self-Advocacy Discipline Network Presents: Introduction of the LEND Self-Advocacy Discipline Competencies

The LEND Self-Advocacy Discipline Network (LSDN) aims to strengthen the Self-Advocacy discipline across the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) network by supporting self-advocate trainees and faculty, developing best practices, and providing leadership opportunities across the LEND network. The LEND Self-Advocacy Discipline Competencies are a product of the LEND Self-Advocacy Discipline Network.

11/08/2022

AIR-P Presents: The Role of Minority Stress for Autistic People's Health

In this talk, Dr. Botha will discuss the relevance of the Minority Stress Model for understanding health outcomes in the autistic community. The minority stress model posits that marginalized groups have an additional stress burden to contend with related to living in unequal society. This stress burden can translate into health inequalities. Yet, there are also factors which may buffer against these effects such as community connectedness, collective resilience, and positive identity, and the creativity of marginalised communities in facing minority stress should not be ignored.

11/02/2022

NIRS Data Coordinator's Quarterly Call

fromhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnlS3WWcQ38
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 November 2022 Data Coordinator's Quarterly Call Power point [download]

10/31/2022

Now Archived: Strategies for Writing Manuscript for Peer Review

pdf File Strategies for Writing a Manuscript for Peer Review.pdf [download]

10/27/2022

Act Early Forum Webinar Series: The Act Early Response to COVID-19

"Learn the Signs. Act Early." (LTSAE) is a CDC program that promotes collaboration among early childhood programs in states and territories so children with autism or other developmental delays and disabilities can be identified early and referred to appropriate services and supports. For the past two years, the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded 43 states and territories to focus on early childhood state systems to support recovery and strengthen resilience skills, behaviors, and resources of children, families, and communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic. This webinar will provide an overview of the purpose and scope of the Act Early Response to COVID-19 and include a high-level overview of findings.

10/18/2022

AIR-P Presents: Evaluating the Use of Flexible Seating for Neurotypical and Neurodivergent Children

In this webinar, Laura will begin by discussing the research to practice gap in autism education, before emphasizing the need to take a collaborative approach when it comes to meeting the needs of autistic young people in school. Laura will then focus on a case example of a research-practice partnership, where researchers at the Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE) worked collaboratively with staff from an inclusive school for children aged 4-11 years, to evaluate the use of flexible seating in classrooms.

09/20/2022

AIR-P Presents: Sensory Inclusive Clinical Spaces: Guidance for Providers

The urgency for sensory considerations in clinics has never been more pressing as clinical services transition from remote to in-person. Dr. Nunez will present strategies to create sensory inclusive clinical spaces for patients of all ages. The webinar will focus on outpatient clinical care and methods to support patients that will benefit from sensory considerations in medical care.

08/16/2022

AIR-P Presents: Involving Community Partners in Autism Research

This presentation by Dr. Lisa Croen and Dr. Maria Massolo from Kaiser Permanente will: -review the principles of Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) -discuss its late arrival to the field of autism research highlighting the ongoing contributions of AASPIRE -review US government support of patient centered research through PCORI funding. They will illustrate the benefits of collaborating with community partners by presenting a project in which a team of researchers and a team of autistic community advocates are co-producing autism research.

08/08/2022

NIRS Kick-Off Webinar

This webinar will provide a review of updates to NIRS for the new program reporting year, updates supporting federal reporting requirements, and address recommendations from federal funders and database users to help improve your database experience. These updates will be followed by Q&A and open floor discussion and will be recorded and archived. UCEDD and LEND Data Coordinators are strongly recommended to participate.
pdf File 2023 NIRS Kickoff Powerpoint [download]

08/03/2022

UCEDD 5-Year Final Report Webinar

All UCEDD 5-Year Final Reports are due to OIDD on September 28, 2022. This webinar provides the opportunity for UCEDDs to review and discuss (1) OIDD's UCEDD 5-Year Final reporting requirements, (2) how AUCD's National Information Reporting System (NIRS) supports the development of the UCEDD 5-Year Final Report, and (3) how OIDD reviews and scores each UCEDD 5-Year Final Report.
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