Events and Lectures

 

Enroll now in the Early Start Denver Model – Introductory Workshop.
Online course begins May 4.

Learn about the theoretical and empirical framework, curriculum and teaching principles of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), a developmental, behavioral and relationship-based intervention program for infants and toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorder ages 12-60 months. This course is taught by Sally Rogers, Ph.D.

Thursday, May 5, 9-10:30am
The Center for Child And Family Studies (CCFS), Davis

In honor of Mother’s Day the Center for Children’s Environmental Health has partnered with the UC Davis Genome Center to create an outreach event to offer new, expecting and prospective mothers information about how to support healthy brain development in children. This will be a free event in which researchers empower parents with the latest research we have on environmental toxicants, genetics, breastfeeding, and nutrition. Space is limited so registration is required. Register online at the link above, or call 916-703-0403

Co-sponsored by the Warmline Family Resource Center
And Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Thursday, May 12, 6-8pm
MIND Institute Auditorium

This workshop is designed for parents of youth ages 14-21 and in high school. The presenters will help parents prepare for their child’s high school Special Education program in a positive, pro-active manner. There is no charge for this workshop. Registration and information available at the link above or call 916-455-9500.

Events Sponsored by the MIND Institute, the CEDD, and WarmLine Family Resource Center
 
Panel “Transición: Como tener una transición exitosa del sistema escolar a la vida adulta.”
Sábado, 14 de mayo

Los talleres son realizados en el Auditorio del MIND Instituto ubicado en el 2825 50th Street, Sacramento. La sesión inicia con el registro y desayuno continental a las 8:30am, seguido por el taller de 9am a 1pm. Favor de registrarse antes del taller llamando a la línea en español al 916-6703-0439 o escriba a belhernandez@ucdavis.edu. No habrá cuidado de niños, no se permiten niños en los talleres

May 22, 2016, 11am-2pm
Kampala Café, Sacramento Zoo

Join other families at the Sacramento Zoo for the sixth Annual 22q at the Zoo Worldwide Awareness Day. This event gives families touched by Chromosome 22q11.2 a chance to socialize, network, and raise the public profile of Chromosome 22q11.2. Activities include art projects, exploring the latest Zoo exhibits, mingling, and other fun activities. For more information, click the link above, or call 916-703-0409.

The UC Davis MIND Institute’s Distinguished Lecturer Series is in it's 13th season of public lectures by nationally and internationally-recognized researchers in neurodevelopmental disorders.

The UC Davis MIND Institute’s Distinguished Lecturer Series is in it's 13th season of public lectures by nationally and internationally-recognized researchers in neurodevelopmental disorders.

Centro de Recursos para la Familia-Warmline
y Centro Para la Excelencia en Discapacidades del Desarrolo
Cada jueves de Julio y jueves 4 y 11 de Agosto del 2016, 5:30-7:30pm
Centro de Recursos, Instituto MIND

Venta a compartir sus experiencias y a apreder sobre el diagnóstico, necesidades y servicios de su hijo, además de conocer a otros padres. Para registro y estacionamiento gratuitito, por favor comuníquese al 916-703-0439.

Co-sponsored by the Warmline Family Resource Center
And the Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Each Thursday in July, and August 4 and 11, 5:30-7:30pm
Resource Center, UC Davis MIND Institute

This six-week series for parents of children with disabilities will allow them to share their experiences, learn about their child’s diagnosis and needs and how to help them achieve their full potential. The. For registration, please call 916-704-0439.

Thursday August 4, 2916 9am-3pm
UC Davis MIND Institute Auditorium

Presented by Aubyn C. Stahmer, Ph.D., and  Janice Chan, M.A., BCBA, CPRT is a naturalistic, behavioral approach to teaching students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) that is soundly supported in the scientific literature. Using CPRT is fun, easy and not likely to require a dramatic change in the way teachers interact with their students; instead, it provides a way to label and enhance teaching methods to maximize student achievement, easily identify strengths and weaknesses, and train others to use the same approach. CPRT can work in the classroom because it was designed specifically with the benefits and challenges of the classroom in mind.

Who Should Attend:
Teachers and school personnel supporting students with ASD in grades prek – 3rd grade, behavior specialists, and families who may be interested in learning more about this approach.

Registration is Required. Please clink on the link above to register.

Friday, August 5, 2016
UC Davis Conference Center, Davis

The annual MIND Summer Institute on Neurodevelopmental Disorders is a one-day conference intended for a wide range of professionals, including educators, psychologists, physicians, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech and language pathologists, as well as consumers, family, caregivers, and students. The focus of the Institute is to help participants keep pace with the latest advances in neurodevelopmental research and the most current standards for best practices in prevention, assessment, treatment, and support services, and increase their knowledge and skills in the areas of developmental disabilities, early identification, service provision, inclusion, transition to adulthood, and other medical, legal, social and policy issues related to disabilities. Past conference presentations are available in video format on our website », and most of them are also available on UCTV »