Disability Community Events
Below is a running list of events of general disability community events. If you have an event you would like considered for this page, please contact AUCD.
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Upcoming Disability Community Events
The University of South Florida and the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities offer a fully online Graduate Certificate in Positive Behavior Support (PBS). This 12 credit hour course of study prepares individuals from mental health, school psychology, school administration, education, early education, and social work to be effective members of the school, early childhood, or individual support team implementing PBS. The program includes classes focused on providing consultation and guiding collaboration, implementing school-wide PBS, addressing behavior challenges in young children, and intensive individualized interventions. For more information visit http://pbs.cbcs.usf.edu.
M.S. in Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health, Concentration in Developmental Disabilities - FULLY ONLINE!Friday, June 6, 2014 - Friday, June 5, 2015
The FCIC and University of South Florida announce a fully online Master of Science degree in Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health with a concentration in Developmental Disabilities starting Spring 2015! This degree prepares professionals to understand, apply, and evaluate systems, policy, and evidence-based practices for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and mental health needs. Participants may apply for either a thesis or applied track. For more information on the program and to apply, visit our website http://cabh.cbcs.usf.edu.
Location: Washington, DC
The AMCHP Annual Conference is the ideal venue to present your ideas, research, innovative programming, best practices, and effective outreach strategies to MCH and other public health practitioners, directors of state programs, federal officials, advocates, family leaders, researchers and health care providers.
Location: Columbus, OH
The Multiple Perspectives conference is an ongoing exploration of disability as a reflection of the human condition seen through multiple lenses (theory, discipline, social constructs, personal experience, shared experience...). Presentations should encourage conversations across the typical divisions, boundaries and disciplines. Proposers are encouraged to consider parallels, distinctions and intersections with race, gender and ethnicity. This year's conference will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ADA -out progress and the journey ahead. What have we learned? Where are we going? What are the important questions for the next 25 years?
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Ulf Janson, to whom this conference is dedicated, devoted much of his professional life to promoting the rights of young children with disabilities, understanding the nature of social inclusion, and advocating for the full inclusion of all children and their families. In this conference, early intervention is proposed as a basic right of all vulnerable children, and will be explored from many perspectives.