Other National Events Listed in Past Issues
Chronic Illness: How to Transition from Child-Oriented to Adult-Oriented Care
November 6, 2003 - November 8, 2003
This conference is sponsored by the Baylor College of Medicine and will be held at the McMillian Auditorium, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.
Imagine Workforce Inclusion: 6th Annual Summit of the U.S. Business Leadership Network
November 5, 2003 - November 7, 2003
San Francisco, CA
To more effectively employ people with disabilities, companies throughout North America are striving to bring greater awareness, inclusion, and innovation into their workplaces. At this event, hundreds of employers, service providers, educators, and policy makers will gather to explore leading edge programs and best practices.
Healthy Communities Healthy Youth Conference 2003: Unleashing the Power of Diversity
October 23, 2003 - October 25, 2003
San Jose, CA
This annual Search Institute Healthy Communities, Healthy Youth conference will help juvenile justice professionals develop practical strategies to incorporate diversity in community and organizational planning. Drawing on developmental assets that are fundamental to positive youth development, the conference will afford adults and youth opportunities to play leadership roles as planners, facilitators, speakers, hosts, and mentors to other conference participants. More than 90 sessions will feature nearly 250 adult and youth speakers.
Unleashing the Power of Youth and Community Potential
October 12, 2003 - October 14, 2003
This two-day conference for youth and adults celebrates their work in community building initiatives across the region. People come to focus on what matters to youth. This event is sponsored by justCommunity, Inc., a non-profit organization based in Quakertown, PA, providing consultation, education and training services in the areas of youth development, community mobilization, and restorative practices to schools, government agencies (including law enforcement) and other associations.
Reinventing Quality Conference: A 21st Century Architecture for Quality: Building for the Future
July 30, 2003 - August 1, 2003
This conference is sponsored by the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services, the Research and Training Center on Community Living at the University of Minnesota, and the Human Services Research Institute. Sessions will address one of four broad themes: innovative uses of technology and information, the challenges of building and maintaining community capacity in a time of scarcity, effective initiatives to empower people with disabilities and families, and ensuring accountability in a changing environment. Workshop sessions will stimulate dialogue among people with disabilities, support staff, families, and bureaucrats on the quality of supports for people with disabilities.
Bridges to the Future: National Conference on Autism
July 16, 2003 - July 20, 2003
This conference is an opportunity for companies or organizations related to autism to get exposure. The conference will also provide resources to families and professionals in the form of speakers and workshops. This event is sponsored by the Autism Society of America.
15th Annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute
June 3, 2003 - June 6, 2003
The objective of this Training Institute, sponsored by the Center on Postsecondary Education and Disability at the University of Conneticut, is to assist concerned professionals to meet the unique needs of college students with disabilities. Participants can select from a variety of Strands and Single Sessions taught by experts in the field that provide participants with in-depth information and adequate time for questions and follow-up activities. Participants also have opportunities to share information and network with each other at various activities throughout the week.
Serving Students with Disabilities: Helping All Children Achieve
May 20, 2003
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Eastern)
Special Education will be the topic of discussion on the May 20 broadcast of “Education News,” a production of the U.S. Department of Education. Questions to be addressed include: How can schools and districts provide a quality education for students with disabilities? What do parents need to know about early reading intervention for children classified with disabilities? How can schools increase the number of students with disabilities graduating from high school? To participate, locate a facility with satellite downlink capabilities. Otherwise, call your local cable access station or school board channel and give them the satellite coordinates or visit the site's Registration Gateway for viewing options in your area.
Western Symposium on Rehabilitation and Deafness
April 9, 2003 - April 11, 2003
Sponsored by the Western Region Outreach Center and Consortia at Western Oregon University, this conference includes break-out sessions developed around four broad areas that continue to pose challenges for education and rehabilitation professionals: traditionally underserved special populations, technology, postsecondary environments, and transition into the workplace.
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April 3, 2003
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Eastern)
The purpose of this broadcast is to provide an opportunity for those interested in rape prevention and education to come together and learn about the public health approach to preventing sexual violence. The goal of the broadcast is to enable participants to identify strategies that can help prevent sexual violence in underserved communities.
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