2021 CIDD “Virtual” Community Talk Series All are welcome! Join us to learn about recent advances with developmental disabilities. Meetings via ZOOM - Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm FREE!
Ann Palmer, B.A. – formerly of the UNC TEACCH Program, the Autism Society of NC, CIDD Faculty, Mother and Author/Co-Author of four books on the subject of Autism Baiyina Muhammad, Ph.D. – Associate Professor of History at NCCU and currently working to earn her MA from NCSU. She has a Certificate in Autism from East Carolina University and was a LEND Trainee at the CIDD. "Changing Paths: Post-Secondary Options Pathways for Students with Disabilities" The speakers, both parents of young men with ASD, will describe their sons’ college experiences - one in a program supporting students with I/DD, and one fully included with general campus supports. Discussion will include challenges students with autism or I/DD often face, how to access supports, the parent’s role in supporting the student, and how parents can prepare the student for a successful transition to college.
For more information, please contact: Debbie B. Reinhartsen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Debbie.Reinhartsen@cidd.unc.edu Dissemination | Speech-Language Pathology Section Head Associate Professor, Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences
Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities www.cidd.unc.edu VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATES – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1.5 CREDIT HOURS – ARE AVAILABLE FOR EACH TALK.