Webinar on Autism and Insurance Who pays for what services? Thursday, November 19, 2015 Join us to learn: About regional centers’ requirement that you access your private insurance for certain services What to do if your insurer denies cover- age for an autism-related service About co-insurance, co-payments, and deductibles This FREE webinar is designed for family mem-…
Expressing future wishes and financial planning are first steps in creating a plan for the future that will allow for a person with I/DD to live as independently as possible.
Join us for this webinar, presented by self-advocates and Disability Rights Vermont, to learn how to recognize and respond to discrimination in the workplace.
This webinar will discuss strategies to provide people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with the support they need in order to make their own health care decisions.
The Autism NOW Center and the Autism Society have partnered to offer a free resource to Spanish-speaking families. Join us for this webinar, which will be offered entirely in Spanish, to learn more about autism spectrum disorders.
In this webinar, the presenter will share discoveries learned while working with autistic students in regards to how peer mentoring and other supports are effective in helping to diminish and remove barriers.
In this webinar, Lynda Lahti Anderson will identify the implications that will hinder future research on health disparities experienced by people with IDD and ways to improve methods of addressing health care needs for this population.
Samantha Crane provides an overview of the history of disability-based discrimination in organ transplantation and discusses ways in which people with disabilities and others can help ensure that all people have access to lifesaving care.
The challenge for optimal oral health in the special needs population rests in the hands of the caregiver, not with the patient. Register to learn more!
Lisa Voltolina will focus on examining the experiences of parents of children with autism in obtaining a medical diagnosis. Tanya Friese will discuss her research regarding specific standards of care for adults with ID.