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The Role of Psychological Flexibility in Supporting Individuals with Disabilities  
The Role of Psychological Flexibility in Supporting Individu -

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. Ashley Greenwald, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA. Jodie . Soracco. , M.Ed., BCBA. Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities. Disclaimer. Today’s workshop is experiential in nature. It may stir up some thoughts and emotions.

Diversity - Disabilities
Diversity - Disabilities - presentation

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University of Central . Arkansas. 2011-12. Diversity Doodle. Create a simple logo representing today’s topic-. . Disabilities. (line, scribble, character, cartoon, shape, symbol, icon, anything visual).

Serving Customers with Disabilities
Serving Customers with Disabilities - presentation

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1. The Handicap Resides in the Environment. The Disability Resides in the Individual . Jim Watson. Definition of Disability. General Definition:. Mental or physical condition that substantially limits one or more of life’s major functions.

Overview of the  Americans with Disabilities Act and the ADA Ammendments Act
Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the ADA - presentation

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1. Presented By:. Karen Goss. Assistant Director . Mid-Atlantic ADA Center. kgoss@transcen.org. 301-217-0124 v/tty. 2. ADA = Civil Rights. 3. What is the ADA?. Americans with Disabilities Act, passed in 1990.

Serving Veterans with Disabilities and ADA Compliance
Serving Veterans with Disabilities and ADA Compliance - presentation

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Heather Ansley, Esq., MSW; Paralyzed Veterans of America. Jennifer Mathis, ESQ; . Bazelon. Center for Mental health law. What is the Americans with Disabilities Act? . Prohibits discrimination based on disability to ensure .

Overview of the  Americans with Disabilities Act and the ADA Ammendments Act
Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the ADA - presentation

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1. Presented By:. Karen Goss. Assistant Director . Mid-Atlantic ADA Center. kgoss@transcen.org. 301-217-0124 v/tty. 2. ADA = Civil Rights. 3. What is the ADA?. Americans with Disabilities Act, passed in 1990.

Protecting the Rights of Parents with Disabilities
Protecting the Rights of Parents with Disabilities - presentation

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By: Ellie Dunning, Lori Hansen, Ashley Housten, Katherine Hutson, Hailey Johnson, Jamie Kaplan, Jessica Koster, Katy Lyznicki, Cambey Mikush, & Kara Peters. Introduction. Movie– . I am Sam. I am Sam Trailer.

National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities Definition of Learning Disabilities  Learning disabilities is a general term th at refers to a he terogeneous group of disorders manifested by signif
National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities Definition - pdf

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These disorders are intrinsic to the indi vidual presumed to be due to central nervous system dysfunction and may o ccur across the life span Problems in selfregulatory behaviors social percep tion and social interaction may exist with learning disa

The rights of Children with disabilities: an overview of in
The rights of Children with disabilities: an overview of in - presentation

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Shimelis. . Tsegaye. Senior Policy Research Specialist. ACPF. March 2012. Presentation Outline. Rights . of children with disabilities related to. :. Adequate standard of living and health. Equality & non-discrimination .

Disabilities and the experience of ableism
Disabilities and the experience of ableism - presentation

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Presentation by Kristina Haugh. Important terms to know. Disability- . a condition (such as an illness or an injury) that damages or limits a person's physical or mental abilities .  . Ableism- discrimination .

Ethics of Working with Individuals with Disabilities
Ethics of Working with Individuals with Disabilities - presentation

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and their Families in Maintaining Health. Dick Sobsey. University of Alberta. 1. A Father’s Perspective. MECP2 Duplication Syndrome. Diagnosis at Age . 18. In general, our family’s experience has been positive and supportive..

P eople With Disabilities Initiative
P eople With Disabilities Initiative - presentation

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Presented to . Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Board. Betsy Silva Hernandez. Senior Director, Diversity. 6.9.2011. Topics. Purpose. Executive Summary. Current State. External Facts and . Figures. Our People.

P eople With Disabilities Initiative
P eople With Disabilities Initiative - presentation

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Presented to . Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Board. Betsy Silva Hernandez. Senior Director, Diversity. 6.9.2011. Topics. Purpose. Executive Summary. Current State. External Facts and . Figures. Our People.

Understanding Disabilities
Understanding Disabilities - presentation

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Disability Overview: Impairments, Activity Limitations, and Participation Restrictions. What is a disability?. A disability is any condition of the body or mind (impairment) that makes it more difficult for the person with the condition to do certain activities (activity limitation) and interact with the world around them (participation restrictions).

ELLs with Disabilities: What the Literature Has to Say
ELLs with Disabilities: What the Literature Has to Say - presentation

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Adapted presentation by . Soyoung. Park. Stanford Graduate School of Education. ELL SCASS Meeting June 24, 2014. 1. Think of 2 or 3 important policy and/or practice related questions about ELLs with disabilities that you would like to have answers to (if they exist)..

Disabilities
Disabilities - presentation

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Some Important Dates. 1829 Braille . invented.. 1864 Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind grants college . degrees.. 1869 . First . wheelchair . patent given.. 1890-1920 . Push . for state worker’s compensation program: no. of states: 1913, 21 ; .

Disabilities Awareness
Disabilities Awareness - presentation

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Rosemary Hardy. Sharon Manson. Person First Language. Recognize the . person. first, not their disability. . See them as an individual , not someone with a disability.. . “Kyle is a student with a hearing impairment.

Interacting with Individuals with Disabilities in Law Enforcement
Interacting with Individuals with Disabilities in Law Enforc - presentation

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ADA Trainer Network. Module . 5g. Trainer’s Name. Trainer’s Title. Phone Number . Email/Website Here. 1. Disclaimer. Information, materials, and/or technical assistance are intended solely as informal guidance, and are neither a determination of your legal rights or responsibilities under the ADA, nor binding on any agency with enforcement responsibility under the ADA..

SFT: Disabilities in the Classrooms
SFT: Disabilities in the Classrooms - presentation

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Lydia . Fecteau. AND . Priti Haria,. . August 24, 2017 . Acknowledgement: Bob Ross from Learning ACCESS program . LAP YEARLY REGISTERED # OF STUDENTS. ACADEMIC YEAR. REGISTERED LAP STUDENTS. 2014-2015.

SHRM Poll: Recruiting Veterans With Disabilities: Perceptions in the Workplace
SHRM Poll: Recruiting Veterans With Disabilities: Perception - presentation

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SHRM Poll: Recruiting Veterans With Disabilities: Perceptions in the Workplace In collaboration with and commissioned by ILR – Employment and Disability Institute, Cornell University January 12, 2011

Working with Students with Disabilities – Legal and Pract
Working with Students with Disabilities – Legal and Pract - presentation

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Angie Millman. Director, Disability Support Services. Michael Taylor. Associate Professor – Political Science and Public Affairs. Seton Hall University. September 29, 2016. Overview of DSS and Accommodation Process.

L LEARNING DISABILITIES
L LEARNING DISABILITIES - presentation

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NURULLAH ALINAK. Special Education for people who have. OUTLINE. Introduction. What is S.E. ?. Learning Disabilities. Why do we need S.E. ?. Examples for S.E.. References. Special Education. Special education.

Chapter Six Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities
Chapter Six Individuals With Intellectual Disabilities - presentation

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The AAIDD, founded in 1876, has amended its definition of mental retardation several times over the decades. In 1987, the American Association of Mental Deficiency (AAMD) changed its name to the American Association on Mental Retardation (AAMR). In 2007, the Association changed its name to the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD) which is consistent with European and Canadian terminology. The U.S. Department of Education uses the term mental retardation and both are used interchangeably in this textbook.

Introduction to Developmental Disabilities
Introduction to Developmental Disabilities - presentation

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R. E. C. Elizabeth . Richardson . Center. History of. Developmental Disabilities in. Society. Since Ancient times – society has not been kind to people who were “different” in any way.. Any physical difference, in the form of a different ethnicity or a disability, was seen as a mark of inferiority..

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