Current Projects

Each year we take on multiple projects funded through grants from the Federal government, the State of Connecticut, national organizations, local organizations, and/or other independently funded groups. We take on diverse projects related to public awareness, training, professional resources, and studies. Some of our projects last for a short period of time, while others may span years. Some of our projects are on-going, funded through grants that we renew every few years.

Special Olympics Connecticut

Special Olympics Connecticut (SOCT)
Special Olympics Connecticut (SOCT) is working with the University of Connecticut Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) to analyze data on their Unified Fitness Clubs program, which is a fitness program being piloted in Connecticut for Special Olympics International.

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THINK COLLEGE
Think College is a national organization dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving inclusive higher education options for people with intellectual disability

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Connecticut Partners in Policymaking
The goal of Partners in Policymaking is to foster a collaboration among people with disabilities, parents who have children with disabilities, and policy makers at national, state and local levels. Partners in Policymaking training teaches people to be leaders in shaping policy for people with disabilities and their families.

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Self-Determination
This one-day training program is designed to familiarize educators with issues pertaining to self-determination and how to include self determination skill-building opportunities for your students into your lesson plans. Attendees will develop an action plan to guide change in the classroom.

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Webinar Series on Transition from School to Adulthood
For any student, the transition from school days to adult life (whether on to post-secondary schooling or the world of work) is a big adjustment. For students with 504 Plans or Individualized Education Programs, there is plenty of evidence that extra steps usually need to be taken to assure as seamless a transition as possible.

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