Current News and Events
We invite you to read about the people, programs, services, and/or activities of the Center. Extraordinary things are happening here, and everything we do leads to improving the quality of life for persons with disabilities and their families.
|2012 Center News and Events|
|Tierney Giannotti, the UCEDD’s Associate Director, recently returned from a week-long Leadership Institute at the University of Delaware. The Leadership Institute was conducted by the National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities and the Association for University Centers on Disabilities with support from the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and the UCEDDs. Ms. Giannotti participated in the training with 15 leaders from 13 other UCEDDs throughout the county who had the opportunity to interact with developmental disability experts throughout the week. “It was a challenging and inspiring experience that broadened my understanding of how our Centers need to be positioned to best support the needs of people with disabilities and their families. My personal and professional network of support was greatly enhanced.” Read more about the Institute.|
|2012 National News and Events|
AUCD Celebrated the 22nd
Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Urged Passage of
Disability Treaty President Obama Issues Proclamation on 22nd Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act Autism Spectrum Disorders
President Obama Issues Proclamation on 22nd Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act
Autism Spectrum Disorders
|2012 State News and Events|
Save The Date: PATH/FVCT 25 Year Anniversary Conference: You're
invited to attend a Fall conference in celebration of 25 years of
PATH/FVCT providing Parent to Parent Support, Leadership and
Partnerships for families of children and youth with special health care
needs and disabilities in CT.
to learn more.
The Partners in Policymaking training is a Self Advocacy and Leadership Training Program. The goal is to foster a collaboration among people with disabilities, parents who have children with disabilities, and policy makers at national, state and local levels. Read more.
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