NADD Webinar Series SPRING 2015
NADD is proud to offer its… SPRING 2015 Webinar Series. From the convenience of your own office or conference room, you and your colleagues can participate in a great educational resource without having to make travel plans or leave your office.
New Webinar Format! We just upgraded our webinar format. Requirements: Computer, internet, landline, printer if applicable.
How It Works Participants can listen to the presentation via a conference call portal and watch the PowerPoint presentation from a computer online. Participants have the opportunity to submit Q &A during the presentation. Each registrant, who is the key contact person, will receive an e-mail confirmation to access all of the registered session(s) and an 800 number to access the Webinar. This person’s name will be given to the operator, and this person must be the one who calls in to participate on the Webinar. It is not necessary to download the handouts, as they are displayed on your computer screen as part of the webinar. Each session will last 60-minutes. The sessions feature individuals from a variety of areas in the field of mental health and intellectual disabilities. Note: Webinars are limited to participants in US and Canada.
NADD Member $78 per session/Non-Member $98 per session
- Beginner – Individual with limited or no prior experience on the subject matter.
- Intermediate – Some experience in subject matter.
- Advanced – Experienced and versed in subject matter.
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Eastern, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Central, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Mountain, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Pacific
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
What National Core Indicators Data show about individuals with ID/DD who need Behavior Supports and One State’s Efforts to Implement Positive Behavior Support
Dorothy Hiersteiner, Valerie Bradley, Human Services Research Institute, Cambridge, MA; Janet George, Department of Developmental Services, Milford, MA
The first part of the webinar will focus on what NCI data show about demographics, personal characteristics and valued outcomes for individuals who need behavior supports. The second part of the webinar will be presented by a representative from a state DD agency who will talk about how their state is implementing Positive Behavior Support techniques and/or other innovative behavior support techniques.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Autism Story Hour
Christopher Flint; Katie Hench, Infiniteach Inc., Chicago, IL
In this program, Christopher Flint will share stories from his 20-year career, which highlights behavioral issues individuals with autism, as well as the best practice strategies used to support them. After the conference, participants will receive a website link where they can freely download the supports discussed.
Monday, April 27, 2015
Introduction to Customized Employment
Beth Keeton, Griffin-Hammis Associates, Inc., Florence, MT
This webinar describes how Customized Employment leads to better, more sustainable, employment outcomes. The session identifies the key strategies and components of Customized Employment and explains how CE differs from more traditional employment services. The presentation includes examples of success stories from across the country.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Life Concepts for Autism: The Davis Autism Approach
Elizabeth Currie Shier, BSc, Davis Autism Approach, Autism Solutions, Oakville, ON, CAD
A brilliant autistic man found a way of understanding his world at the bottom of his garden… Ron Davis, who did not speak as a child, removed the confusion and chaos from his life by learning to understand behaviors by modeling them in red dirt and water.
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Top 10 Things You Can Do to Prevent Caregiver / Staff Burnout
Joseph Stein, President and CEO, Renaissance Fitness & Wellness, Inc., Shrewsbury, NJ
Research indicates the prolonged stress associated with helping the chronically ill or disabled can cause caregiver stress syndrome. Weight gain, diabetes, depression and high blood pressure are associated outcomes. This webinar is will give you the insights and tools to prevent burnout. Learn to relax, recharge and restore.
Thursday, May 7, 2015
Adapted CBT Group Therapy for Youth Who Have a Dual Diagnosis
Brian Tallant, LPC, Aurora Mental Health Center, Aurora, CO
Attendees will learn to capitalize on youths’ drive for independence as a motivation for behavior change. Behavior management techniques will be introduced that help group leaders keep attention and maximize learning. Adapted cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques will be introduced which teach skills and correct distortions that contribute to mood deregulation and explosive behavior.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Research Made Easy
Level: Beginner – Intermediate
Dr. Patricia Oliver, Centre for Mental Health, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK Worldly-Wise Consultancy LLC, Manistee, MI
A short and precise webinar presentation for multi-disciplinary professionals in the field of developmental disability who are not research oriented. This webinar simplifies the research process and explains the various types of research methodology. This webinar should help multi-disciplinary professionals with little or no prior knowledge of the research process, better understand what research entails.
Tuesday, May 14, 2015
Management and Redirection of Destructive Behavior (DSP level)
Bruce Davis, PhD, Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Murfreesboro, TN
This course will help direct support professionals (DSPs) identify the causes of destructive behavior in persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and to describe practical strategies for prevention and intervention.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Trauma Informed Care Support for Individuals with I/DD & Co-Occurring Behavioral Disorders
Eileen Elias, MEd, JBS International, North Bethesda, MD
This webinar will provide an overview on trauma’s impact on individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD) and co-occurring behavioral disorders. The Perspectives and Resources Web Based Trauma Tool will be described, through its 8 modules, providing educational information on its use and value for all stakeholders: Providers, researchers, family members, caregivers, developmental disability and mental health authorities, and the public.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Medical Evaluation of Behavior Changes in Adult with I/DD
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Garey Noritz, MD, FAAP, FACP, The Ohio State University, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH
At least 40% of Adults with I/DD experience a period of disturbed behavior. Causes of severe, challenging behaviors include adaptive dysfunction, medication side effects, organic causes, and psychiatric disorders. The first three must be systematically examined before aberrant behavior can be ascribed to the fourth.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Wrong to Strong: Positive Group Psychotherapy for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
Level: All levels
Daniel Tomasulo, University of Pennsylvania, Asbury Park, NJ
Evidence-based interventions from positive psychology and positive psychotherapy have been incorporated into Interactive-Behavioral Therapy with promising results. IBT is the most widely used form of evidence-based group psychotherapy for people with dual diagnosis, and the subject of the APA book, Healing Trauma the Power of Group Treatment for People with Intellectual Disabilities.
Monday, June 8, 2015
Community Capacity to Provide Mental and Behavioral Health Services to People with IDD
Level: All Levels
Amie Lulinski, PhD, Director of Rights Policy, The Arc of the US, Washington, D.C.
A longitudinal analysis of institutional depopulation in Illinois revealed that the majority of individuals who transitioned out and were readmitted returned due to behavioral issues. The aim of this study was to explore the capacity of community-based providers of residential supports and services, as well as the surrounding community, to provide behavioral and mental health services to individuals who transition out of a state-operated institution.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Transition from School to Adult Life for Young People with IDD/MI
Level: All Levels
Daniel Baker, PhD; NADD-CC, The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ
This session will detail the steps to be considered when assisting youth with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities and Mental Illness to transition to adult life and enter a fulfilling career path. The areas of transition will be explained and the 3 components of the Career Development process will be detailed. This session will highlight how this process can positively impact a student with IDD/MI. We also will review major federal regulations related to transition and career development activities.
Friday, June 12, 2015
Creating Pathways to Justice™ for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) in the Criminal Justice System
Kathryn Walker, JD, MPH, Leigh Ann Davis, National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability, The Arc, Washington, D.C.
NCCJD’s goal is to build the capacity of the criminal justice system to respond to gaps in existing services for people with disabilities, focusing on people with I/DD who remain a hidden population within the criminal justice system with little or no access to advocacy supports or services. NCCJD is partnering with a broad spectrum of criminal justice, legal, victim advocacy and disability organizations to create and offer the Pathways to Justice™ Training Program. Attendees will learn more about the training, how to begin and sustain training efforts through the use of Disability Response Teams (DRTs), and strategies for assisting people with intellectual/developmental disabilities who are suspected/accused of sexual crimes (using actual scenarios from the Center’s information and referral database).
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Autism, Asperger = Autism Spectrum Disorder: It’s not just another Mental Illness
Level: All Levels
Larry Lipsitz, MEd, Intensive Positive Training, LLC, Baltimore, MD
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has become one of the fastest growing disability yet providers continue to be confused about the characteristics and how to clinically treat the many symptoms. Professionals with a mental health background treat it as if it was a mental illness. Experts in the field of intellectual disabilities focus on techniques used in that field. Instead, providers should consider that what needs to be developed is a model that focuses on the uniqueness of ASD as a neurological issue which affects the individual’s ability to process and understand the world around them.
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2015 NADD 32 Annual Conference & Exhibit Show
November 18-20, 2015
The Fairmont San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
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2015 NADD 32ND ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBIT SHOW
Equality /Recovery/ Access: Integrating Treatment & Services for Persons with IDD / MI
The Fairmont San Francisco
San Francisco, California
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