Registration is now Open! New Features of This Year’s Conference! The 2020 virtual conference saw record-breaking attendance, so NADD has raised the bar to make this year’s virtual event one you don’t want to miss. Here is what you can expect: Easy access to sessionsFun morning icebreaker activitiesInteractive afternoon social eventsThe ability to create your own face to face meet-upsNetworking […]
NADD teamed up with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network to provide an important new resource: Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Can Experience Traumatic Stress: A Fact Sheet for Parents and Caregivers. This tool offers parents and caregivers information about how children with intellectual and developmental disabilities experience traumatic stress. Download now: http://ow.ly/6Xh150ExLFq
NADD is seeking proposals for 60-Minute Skill Building Workshops, 60-Minute Research Symposia, and Posters that focus on this year’s theme of “A Changing World: Leading, Learning, & Adapting.” This is a virtual conference and therefore all presentations will be given virtually. Information to Submit a Proposal Carefully review the Call for Presentations Guide before starting the abstract submission process. Requirements have changed, […]
Registration for the 19th Annual NADD State of Ohio MI/ID Conference will begin April 28th. The virtual conference is scheduled for July 12 – 14, 2021. For more information, including sponsors and keynotes click the image below.
Dr. Joseph Shrand is Medical Director of Road to Responsibility, headquartered in Marshfield, MA, and Chief Medical Officer of Riverside Community Care, headquartered in Dedham, MA. He has been a Lecturer of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, an adjunct Faculty of Boston Children’s Hospital, and is Triple Board Certified in adult, child, and adolescent psychiatry as well as a diplomate of the American Board of […]
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Earlier this year, NADD completed an exciting project in collaboration with the Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare (the Missouri Coalition). Click here to read an article about this project.