Avonte's Law of 2015 Summary

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Community Consultation Program at Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities: New Teleconsultation Pilot to Improve Access to Underserved Populations in NYS (NY UCEDD/LEND)

The Community Consultation Program (CCP) at the Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities offers evidence-based technical assistance and training, as well as continuing education and staff development programs, throughout New York State. The program supports school teams and other professionals who work with children that have a variety of educational and/or behavioral challenges including: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Behavioral and Emotional Challenges, Deafness/Blindness, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Medical Fragility, and Sensory Impairment.


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2015 Autism CARES Grantee Meeting: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Real World Settings  Copy to Calendar

Thursday, July 16, 2015 - Friday, July 17, 2015
Location: Bethesda, MD

This bi-annual meeting is an opportunity for MCHB-funded Autism CARES legislation grantees representing research, training, and state implementation stakeholders to share information about activities within their respective networks, discuss emerging trends, and facilitate meaningful collaboration.

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The Interdisciplinary Technical Assistance Center on Autism and Developmental Disabilities (ITAC) provides technical assistance to LENDs and DBPs to better train professionals to utilize valid and reliable screening tools to diagnose or rule out and provide evidence-based interventions for children with ASD and other developmental disabilities. The ITAC website contains news, resources, and information tailored for LENDs and DPBs as well as the medical and public health communities and families of children with ASD/DD. ITAC and its projects were designed in collaboration with federal staff, program directors, and families of children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities.