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12/20/2020

Advances in Autism Research and Care Webinar Series: 2020 Schedule

Please join the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network/Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health for our upcoming Advances in Autism Research and Care (AARC) webinar series scheduled for 2020!

 
 

8/11/2020

Save-the-Date Virtual Room to Grow: Journey to Cultural and Linguistic Competency Conference

Save-the-Date September 22, 2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Virtual Room to Grow: 10th Year Journey to Cultural and Linguistic Competency Conference "Understanding and Using Equity Approaches to Promote Health, Leadership, and Well-Being" Registration will be available at www.kennedykrieger.org/CenterforDiversity by July 27,2020 For more information, please email [email protected]

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8/10/2020

Disability Policy News

AUCD, Disability Policy News, every MondayCOVID-19, , Voting

 
 

8/7/2020

2020 Summer Enrichment Academy Goes Virtual

Summer typically provides opportunities for youth and young adults to go on vacations, soak up the sun, spend time with family and friends, and have a break from school. In Mississippi, 19 youth and young adults with disabilities chose to make their summer a work learning experience instead.

 
 

8/7/2020

ADA 30th: Community Voices Series

The Texas Center for Disability Studies is excited to share our ADA 30: Community Voices Series to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Part 1 of this series highlights what the ADA means to local self advocates, activists, and community leaders. Stay tuned for part two!

 
 

8/7/2020

Attain BA/BS and MS in Rehabilitation Counseling in 5 Years

SGISD's newest 4+1 master's program allows UMass Boston students to attain their BA/BS and their MS degree in Rehabilitation Counseling on an accelerated time frame. With careful planning and summer courses, students can graduate with both degrees in just 5 years.

 
 

8/7/2020

ICI Tools for Inclusion:Employment and Employment Supports: A Guide to Ensuring Informed Choice for Individuals with Disabilities

As individuals with disabilities consider their employment options, questions often arise: Does the person want to work in competitive integrated employment? What kind of a job do they want? What are their career interests? And who is really making the decision: Is it the individual, or others on their behalf?

 
 

8/7/2020

MI-LEND Fellow Sean Jones Awarded an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

Congratulations to MI-LEND Fellow and Wayne State University School of Medicine student Sean Jones on being awarded an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship for 2020-2021! Jones will address the specific health needs of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. His project involves the creation of a student-run clinic that promotes the overall quality of life of individuals with disabilities and their families.

 
 

8/7/2020

MN LEND Project Responds to Opioid Crisis

What can you do if your baby, or a loved one's baby, has neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS)? How can a toddler's development be affected by NAS? Where can Minnesotans find support?

 
 

8/7/2020

MN LEND Project Responds to Opioid Crisis

What can you do if your baby, or a loved one's baby, has neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS)? How can a toddler's development be affected by NAS? Where can Minnesotans find support?

 
 

8/7/2020

New Research Brief: COVID-19 and disability in rural areas

To learn more about COVID-19 impacts on rural people with disabilities, RTC:Rural conducted a survey in late April/early May to explore rural and urban differences in COVID-19 health risks, adherence to public health recommendations, and trust in different information sources. We focused on people with disabilities because they often experience higher rates of secondary health conditions that place them at heightened risk of COVID-19 complications.

 
 

8/7/2020

NH-ME LEND Graduates Convince State to Extend Deadline for Submitting National Examination Scores

During the Spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the lives of graduating LEND trainees in New Hampshire in unprecedented ways. After years of dedication to complete their master's degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders, students were told there would be a delay in launching their careers. The closure of national examination centers, due to COVID-19, was delaying the processing of test results and subsequently delaying the granting of provisional licenses to speech language pathologists (SLP) in New Hampshire (NH).

 
 

8/7/2020

Nisonger Center Welcomes Dr. Stephen Beetstra

The Ohio State University Nisonger Center UCEDD/LEND welcomes Stephen Beetstra, DDS, MHSA, as Program Director of the Nisonger Center Dental Services. Dr. Beetstra will be an Assistant Professor of the Clinical Dentistry in the Division of Restorative and Prosthetic Dentistry, College of Dentistry.

 
 

8/7/2020

Now Available! COVID-19: Anti-discrimination Training for Triage Teams

The Lifespan Inter-professional Collaborative (IPC), along with our Disability Awareness and Sensitivity in Healthcare (DASH) leads, created a brief on-line training course for the triage teams that may have to be activated in case of a shortage of ventilators.

 
 

8/7/2020

NOW AVAILABLE! COVID-19: Anti-discrimination Training for Triage Teams During Resource Shortages Organization: Mailman Center for Child Development/UM

Mailman Center's Lifespan Inter-professional Collaborative (IPC), along with our Disability Awareness and Sensitivity in Healthcare (DASH) leads, created a brief on-line training course for the triage teams that may have to be activated in case of a shortage of ventilators. The creation of this training module was a collaborative effort, led by Dr. Ashley Falcon with contributions from Shelly Baer, Damian Gregory, and Jairo Arana. Ashley Falcon is an ETLP alumni from class 7. Alexander Milne, a SALT graduate, is featured in the training. MCCD is thrilled to witness some of our leadership pipeline alumni making such an impact.

 
 

8/7/2020

Partnership Helps Students "Self-Determine" Ways to Improve Learning

For three years, a collaboration between Free State High School and researchers at the KU Center on Developmental Disabilities has grown to include more than 20 teachers at the school and hundreds of students with and without disabilities. It is led by KUCDD director, Karrie Shogren. "We intuitively know that identifying goals and things we want to work towards are critical for us to move forward in our lives," Shogren said. "We've spent a lot of time in disability supports and in schools in general talking to students about goals" even getting them to start being able to identify those for themselves. But what they've never really had is the strategy to move forward

 
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