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06/24/2019

AAIDD 143 Annual Meeting

fromhttp://aaidd.org/education/annual-conference
The 143rd AAIDD Annual Meeting will provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, policymakers, students and advocates to learn about innovations in our field that are being translated and implemented on a grander scale. Through knowledge translation we can change practices and policies through effectively communicating our research and creating change at all levels. In a political climate that is complex and dynamic, it is important to remain relevant through the thoughtful translation of our knowledge.

10/05/2016

2016 Southwest Conference on Disability

fromhttp://www.cdd.unm.edu/swconf/index.html
Join us in Albuquerque for the 2016 Southwest Conference on Disability, October 4 - 7, 2016 during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. The conference theme for 2016 is: Reducing Disparities For People With Disabilities Through Systems Change.

10/17/2013

14th Chronic Illness and Disability Conference Transition from Pediatric to Adult-based Care

fromhttp://www.baylorcme.org/search/detail.cfm?cme=894

08/01/2012

Heading for College with Special Health Care Needs; Student Preparation for a Successful Transition

fromhttps://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/599309008
This webinar hosted by Got Transition? will provide practical considerations for a student's health care transition, in preparation for a successful adjustment to college life.

05/30/2012

2012 National Transition Conference: College and Careers for Youth with Disabilities

fromhttp://www.transition2012.org/
This important conference will provide a forum for the development of an action agenda, bring together critical partners in the transition community to exchange innovative ideas and approaches; demonstrate knowledge gained from policy implementation; share transition practices and research findings; and promote and facilitate the development of networks and relationships.
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10/20/2011

12th Chronic Illness and Disability Conference: Transition from Pediatric to Adult-based Care

fromhttp://www.baylorcme.org/search/detail.cfm?cme=832&CFID=1869703&CFTOKEN=579f392acda3307d-6B951954-E01D-0861-456F5A29B1BD7E79
This conference provided a state-of-the-art update on issues involved in health care transition for youth and young adults with chronic illness and disability and their families from pediatric to adult based services. It brought together internationally, nationally and locally-recognized clinical, policy, legal, research, advocacy, youth and family experts, making it a unique conference in the breadth and depth of topics addressing all aspects of transition planning.

09/07/2011

The Autism and Employment Webinar Learning Series: Real Lives, Real Stories

fromhttp://tacesoutheast.org/webinars/2011/090711/index.php#content
The Real Lives, Real Stories webinar will give VR personnel specific, real cases of 3-6 transition age individuals with autism who have achieved competitive employment or are in the process of seeking and achieving competitive, customized employment.

08/24/2011

Ticket to Work: Free Support Services for Young Adults in Transition

fromhttp://www.chooseworkttw.net/wise/jsp/wise.jsp
If you have a disability, it is possible for you to work and continue receiving your disability benefits as you transition to greater financial independence! Social Security's Ticket to Work & Work Incentives can provide the employment support you need to succeed on the job.

08/10/2011

Paving the Way to Adult Health Care - The New Clinical Report on Health Care Transition

fromhttp://www.gottransition.org/
This webinar will walk attendees through the new clinical report describing what is needed for smooth transitions from pediatric to adult health care. The webinar will include a brief overview of Got Transition's quality improvement initiatives through Learning Collaboratives in Washington, DC, Denver and Boston.

03/23/2011

Health Care Transition for Youth with Special Health Care Needs

This webinar presents findings from a January 2011 report, "Health Care Transition for Youth with Special Health Care Needs" published by Got Transition? The National Health Care Transition Center. The report authors, Peggy McManus and Katherine Rogers of the National Alliance to Advance Adolescent Health, will discuss their analysis of national and state transition outcome data from the 2005-06 National Survey of Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs.

03/23/2011

Health Care Transition: Status of the States

This webinar presents findings from a January 2011 report, "Health Care Transition for Youth with Special Health Care Needs" published by Got Transition? The National Health Care Transition Center.

08/14/2009

Transitioning from High School to College - Facts, Myths and Tips for Students with Disabilities

fromhttp://ilru.org/html/training/webcasts/handouts/2009/08-14-DBTAC-JA/index.html
Mrs. Ashmore will discuss the process and issues of transition from high school to college for students with disabilities. Topics of discussion include: * The impact of disability on development and education * The importance of communicating needs for accommodation * Documentation and evaluation of learning disabilities and other disabilities * Academic accommodations Join us to find out more about how to make this life changing transition smoother!

03/15/2009

First World Congress of Spina Bifida Research and Care

fromhttp://medicalconference.spinabifidaassociation.org

12/24/2008

The Role of Youth With and Without Disabilities in Making High Schools More Inclusive: A Teleconference by KASA/LRE Part B

KASA LogoKASA (Kids as Self Advocates) of Family Voices and the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Part B Community of Practice recently banded together in presenting a national teleconference, The Role of Youth with and without disabilities in Making High Schools More Inclusive (MP3 audio recording). The teleconference featured youth and young adults with disabilities who spoke from their own experiences about how youth can play an important role in making high schools more inclusive. The four presenters are members of the KASA National Advisory Board and represent youth and young adults with disabilities and special needs on topics such as self-advocacy and equal rights, health care, and the importance of the youth voice in systems change efforts.

11/13/2008

9th Annual Chronic Illness and Disability: Transition from Pediatric to Adult-Based Care

fromhttp://www.baylorcme.org/search/detail.cfm?cme=707
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