UCEDD 2017 Fall Newsletter!
Republican Tax Scheme Harms Older Disabled Americans
- The health and financial security of older Americans and people with disabilities are being put at risk by the Republican tax scheme under consideration in the House of Representatives. The bill cuts tax credits and deductions critical to the financial security of many middle-class Americans and their families to help pay for large tax cuts for the wealthy and large corporations.
Recruiting CT Part C Service Coordinators for a Study
The A.J. Pappanikou Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) at UConn Health is recruiting Part C (early intervention) Service Coordinators in the state of Connecticut for a research study. Participation is voluntary and will help to connect Part C Service Coordinator practices to transition related outcomes for children and families making the transition from birth-3 into preschool special education. Click on the image for more information.
In The News
Musical theatre student Evan W. Gadda has heard stories about Burning Man but hasn’t made the journey himself. He is asthmatic. and because of cerebral palsy, paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair, so making the trip to Black Rock City has been deemed impossible, until now. Through a HTC Vive VR headset, he has been […][Read More]