Register for this free webinar to learn more about Wellness for Every Body (WFEB), an online training program for direct service providers developed by Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department.
Lauren Elder, PhD will be discussing Autism Speaks’ Early Access to Care initiative, which seeks to reduce the average age of diagnosis and increase access to high-quality early intervention for all children on the autism spectrum.
In this webinar, the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN) will discuss the various revisions to the autism diagnostic criteria in the DSM-5, along with the service provision implications.
In this HealthMeet webinar, Seth Keller will review how changes in function can be assessed so that an accurate and early diagnosis of dementia can be determined in adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Krystian Boreyko of Easter Seals Project ACTION joins Co-Director Amy Goodman for this webinar to discuss the various transportation options that are available to individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
This webinar will review the literature on current outcomes for adults with ASD and the factors that contribute to good quality of life.
This webinar will bring together experts from organizations that focus on emergency preparedness and safety planning for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Autism NOW Webinar: Think College Vermont: College Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities
Think College Vermont at the University Vermont is a small, innovative, inclusive, academic, social, and vocational program for students with intellectual disabilities seeking a college experience.
This presentation will focus on a topic that is often left out of the mainstream dialogue on autism and disability rights.
Register for this webinar to learn how self-advocates in Vermont are teaching others to “Look Through Our Eyes.” Green Mountain Self-Advocates will demonstrate and share training activities that they do with support workers, college students, bus drivers and more.