Minds Behind The MIND Lecture Series
The 2015-2016 Minds Behind the MIND lecture series will resume on October 2015. Leading researchers and clinicians from the UC Davis MIND Institute will present current research and new treatment findings. The presentations will give our community a better perspective on the scope of research being conducted at the MIND Institute, the outcomes of this research, and ways they may support these efforts.
Lectures will be held on Saturday mornings at the UC Davis MIND Institute. Information on research studies will be available and The Resource Center will be open before and after each presentation. There will also be an extended “ask the experts” session with the panelists after the presentation. Please note that seating is limited.
For more information about the series, contact Terri Contenti at 916-703-0289.
October 17, 2015, 9-11am
The Case of 22q11.2 deletion syndrome: What we have learned about anxiety in children
Presenters: Tony Simon, Ph.D., Kathy Angkustsiri, M.D., Ingrid Leckliter, Ph.D.
Anxiety is common in individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders and can often present atypically in children, especially in those with cognitive and communication challenges. The 22q.11.2DS team will present what they have learned in their research and clinical experience with children who have 22q11.2DS and how this knowledge extends to the importance of identifying and treating anxiety in children with neurodevelopmental disorders.
February 20, 2016, 9-1pm (Presented In Spanish)
IEP- Pasos hacia el éxito: ¿Cómo saber si mi hijo está progresando?
IEP as a step to success: How do I know if my child is making progress?
Presenters: Maribel Hernandez, Angie Rivera, M.S.
Con frecuencia es difícil para los padres entender el proceso del IEP: tiempos legales, firmas, metas, acrónimos; en este taller aprenderemos los componentes del IEP, como se desarrollan y como se logra que sean efectivos, aprenderemos estrategias para poder participar durante el IEP y en la toma de decisiones.
April 30, 2016, 9-11am
Applying evidence-based strategies to classrooms serving children with ASD
Presenter: Aubyn Stahmer, Ph.D.
Using evidence-based practices in public school settings can be challenging. This presentation will discuss how community collaboration and input are used to guide researchers in adapting interventions for use in school settings. Early data looking at outcomes will be presented.