The MIND Institute, Summer Institute on Neurdevelopmental Disorders Across the Lifespan: Research to Practice 2012
The Summer Institute on Neurodevelopmental Disorders Across the lifespan: research to practice SCAN FOR ONLINE REGISTRATIONfriday PLUSAugust 3, 2012 JOINTLY Sponsored by: PRE-CONFERENCE UC DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM Office of Continuing Medical Education WORKSHOPslocation: center for excellence in developmental disabilities THURSDAY,University Union Ballroom at the MIND INSTITUTESacramento State University and AUGUST 2, 2012Sacramento, California SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY
THE SUMMER INSTITUTE on neurodevelopmental disorders FRIDAY, August 3, 2012 7:30 – 8:30 am Registration, continental breakfast, visit exhibits Strands: 8:30 – 8:45 Welcome and Review of Objectives Robin Hansen, Director, Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (CEDD), MIND Institute Health Research Updates 8:45 – 9:45 Keynote Address Evidence-based Practices Leonard Abbeduto, PhD, Director, MIND Institute Advocacy The past, present, and future of the UC Davis MIND Institute Assistive Technology 9:45 – 10:15 B reak and Move into W ork s h op s CONC URRENT S E SS I O N S 1 Nutrition and neurodevelopment: 2 Self-monitoring and self-management 3 Coming of age in the healthcare system: 4 CA Early Start and Prevention Services: Importance and potential mechanisms Confidentiality, capacity and consent Promoting healthy development for all10:15—11:45 Patty Schetter, MA, BCBA, Aaron Rebecca Schmidt, PhD Stabel, MA, BCBA, and Gurpreet Gail Gresham, RN, JD, and Anna children The role of nutritional status, Kaur, MA, BCBA Orlowski, JD Jackie Clark, Steve Nowicki, MD, Ellen primarily during gestation, to child Video demonstrations and A legal and practical review of the Wright, MSW, and Kelly Young, JD neurodevelopmental outcomes, implementation resources for this intersection between HIPAA, patient Overview of recent changes and including autism, with a focus on highly effective, evidence-based practice privacy, personal autonomy, and self challenges to state programs serving B-complex vitamins for children with autism and other determination infants and toddlers with developmental learning and behavioral disabilities disabilities and those at risk 11:45 - 12:45 L U N CH (INCLUDED IN TUITI ON) CONC URRENT S E SS I O N S 5 Whole-genome testing and the possibility 6 Is there a common thread in risks for 7 Closing the inequity gap: Innovative 8 Augmentative & Alternative12:45—2:15 of gene therapy for neurological learning disabilities and learning English approaches to reach marginalized Communication (AAC): Evidence-based disorders as a second language? communities principles and practice David Segal, PhD Michael Gerber, PhD Dian Baker,PhD, APRN-BC, PNP Kristen Carroll, MA, CCC-SLP and Soon everyone can have their genome Common cognitive problems and Using community based participatory Bonnie Mintun, BA, ATACP sequenced. Will this information instructional solutions may address research and social marketing to reach Understanding the basics of choosing improve health, or simply clarify our both innate learning disabilities and under-represented groups among and using communication devices and fate? problems learning to learn in English as recipients of special education, health, strategies a second language. and social services 2:15 - 2:30 BREA K AND MOVE INTO W O R K SH O P S CONC URRENT S E SS I O N S 9 Evidence update for pharmacologic and 10 Social learning: Implications for the 11 Human sexuality education for 12 iPads as assistive technology tools2:30—4:00 biomedical treatments for autism spectrum elementary and secondary education of individuals with developmental Cheryl Dultz and Kalei Eskridge disorders children with autism spectrum disorders disabilities: Who, when, what, why, and Using iPads to support Special Robert Hendren, DO Peter Mundy, PhD how? Education students in San Juan Schools: Integration of pharmacologic agents Conceptualizing autism as a social Kandis Lighthall, MA Results of a 6-school research project (antipsychotics, stimulants, antidepressants, learning disability, with implications for Information and strategies for the etc.) and biomedical treatments potential innovations in education development of educational programs (vitamin supplements, diet, immune and that support positive sexuality and the mitodchondrial “boosters,” etc.) prevention of sexual abuse 4:00 - 4:15 BREAK AND MOVE INTO S E SS I O N S CONC URRENT S E SS I O N S The “Ask Me” sessions provide an opportunity for participants to ask follow-up questions to presenters and to family members of people with disabilities.4:15—5:00 13 Ask Me Session: Health Research 14 Ask Me Session: Evidence-based Practices 15 Ask Me Session: Advocacy 16 Ask Me Session: Assistive Technology Updates 5:00 A d j ourn
Pre-conference Workshop Workshop requires separate enrollmentPre-conference WorkshopsLocation: UC Davis MIND Institute, 2825 50th Street, Sacramento, CARegistration: Note that registration for the pre-conference workshops is separate from registration for the August 3 conference! To registerfor one or both pre-conference workshops, e-mail email@example.com, or call (916) 703-0439. The cost is $30 per workshop and $10for lunch. Registration and payment must be received by July 20.New and Emerging Issues Video Modeling –in Special Education Law A picture’s worth 10,000 words!Thursday, August 2, 9:00am – 12:30pm Thursday, August 2, 1:30-4:30pmCovered topics will include, among others: high school Learn about this innovative, easy-to-implement, evidence-baseddiploma vs. certificate of completion; accommodations for practice. Classroom teachers will share how they have successfullycurriculum, standardized tests and other standards; and used video modeling for students with autism in preschool throughspecial education requirements for charter schools. Presenter: high school. Resources, step by step instructions, and practical adviceTaymour Ravandi, Attorney, Disability Rights California will be provided. Presenters: Patty Schetter, MA, BCBA, and staff from demonstration sites of the CA National Professional Development Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders TARGET AUDIENCE NEEDS ASSESSMENT This course is designed for healthcare professionals, educators, This conference is intended to help participants keep pace with the latest ad- therapists, and families/caregivers, including physicians, nurses, vances in research on neurodevelopmental disorders and the implications nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychologists, occu- for best practices in prevention, assessment and treatment. The focus is in- pational therapists, speech and language pathologists, licensed terdisciplinary and across the lifespan. Based on evaluations from last year’s clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists. conference, special attention is paid to evidence-based practices for medical and educational interventions, legal issues, and advocacy and family support. • Describe how self-monitoring and self-man- special education, health, and social services for COURSE OBJECTIVES agement can be taught to children with ASD persons with developmental disabilitiesAt the end of the program, participants • Summarize potential links in recent research • Talk with people with developmental disabili-should be able to: on learning disabilities and learning problems ties (and their families) about sexuality and• Describe research findings on folic acid and experienced by some second-language learners, the prevention of sexual abuse other B-complex vitamins and neurodevelop- and strategies that address these problems • Understand recent changes to state programs mental outcomes, including brain structure, • Describe best practices in educational meth- serving infants and toddlers with develop- cognition, and behavior ods for elementary and secondary school mental disabilities, and referral processes to• Identify how genetic variation affects human children with ASD these programs disease, and how genetic therapies are being • Understand legal issues related to HIPAA and • Describe basic assessment principles for Aug- developed for neurodevelopmental disorders disabilities, including confidentiality, capacity mentative and Alternative Communication• Review recent evidence for the efficacy and and consent (AAC) and how to support a person using AAC effectiveness of pharmacologic agents and • Explain how community based participatory re- • Describe how iPads can be used to support biomedical treatments for autism spectrum search and social marketing can be used to reach special education students in elementary and disorders (ASD) under represented groups among recipients of secondary schools
Faculty COURSE CHAIR Planning committeeRobin L. Hansen, MD, ChairProfessor of Pediatrics Kathleen Angkustsiri, MDDirector, Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at the MIND Institute Assistant Professor of PediatricsDirector of Clinical Programs, MIND Institute MIND Institute / UC DavisUC Davis EunMi Cho, EdD Associate Professor, Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, School Psychology, and Deaf Studies California State University Sacramento Guest FACULTY Terri N. ContentiKristen Carroll, MA, CCC-SLP Gail Gresham, RN, JD Community Relations OfficerCommunication Technology Education Center Office of Clients Rights Advocacy MIND Institute / UC DavisSupported Life Institute Disability Rights California Sharon GallowayJackie Clark Gurpreet Kaur, MA, BCBA Coordinator, Transition-to-Adulthood ProjectsProgram Manager, Infant Program Woodland Joint Unified School District Center for Excellence in Developmental DisabilitiesPlacer County Office of Education MIND Institute / UC Davis Kandis Lighthall, MACheryl Dultz Educational Consultant/Trainer Gina Guarneri, MAConsulting Teacher Community Services Coordinator Bonnie Mintun, BA, ATACP Center for Excellence in Developmental DisabilitiesNorthern California VCFS Support Group AAC Training Specialist, Communication Technology MIND Institute / UC DavisSan Juan Unified School District Education CenterTeacher of the Year 2007 Jayanthi Kasiraj, PhD Supported Life InstituteKalei Eskridge Special Projects Coordinator Stephen Nowicki, MD, PhD, FAAP WestEd Center for Prevention and Early InterventionInstructional Technology Integration Specialist Davis Developmental Pediatrics Group, Inc Sacramento, CAClassroom TeacherSan Juan Unified School District Ellen J. Wright, MSW Lori A. Llewelyn, MPPTeacher of the Year 2012 Early Intervention Supervisor (Sacramento County) Associate Director, Administration Alta California Regional Center Center for Excellence in Developmental DisabilitiesMichael Gerber, PhDProfessor, Special Education, Disabilities, and Risk Kelly Young, JD MIND Institute / UC DavisEmphasis Executive Director Robin May, LCSW, EdMGevirtz Graduate School of Education WarmLine Family Resource Center ASD Clinical SpecialistUC Santa Barbara Alta California Regional Center Sacramento, CA Catharine Mikitka Supporting Early Education Delivery Systems (SEEDS) UC Davis Faculty Sacramento County Office of Education Sacramento, CALeonard J. Abbeduto, PhD Anna Orlowski, JD Kim PatalingjugDirector, MIND Institute Legal Affairs Department Behavior Support SpecialistTsakopoulos-Vismara Endowed Chair UC Davis Health System San Juan Unified School DistrictDepartment of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Patty L. Schetter, MA, BCBA Carmichael, CaliforniaUC Davis Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Angie Rivera, MADian Baker, PhD, APRN-BC, PNP UC Davis MIND Institute Founding Member, Fiesta EducativaAssociate Professor, School of Nursing Rebecca J. Schmidt, PhD Consultant, Latino OutreachCalifornia State University Sacramento Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences Center for Excellence in Developmental DisabilitiesCenter for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities UC Davis MIND Institute MIND Institute / UC DavisUC Davis MIND Institute David J. Segal, PhD Kathleen Sadao, EdDRobert L. Hendren, DO Associate Director of Genomics, Genome Center Program SpecialistProfessor & Vice Chair, Department of Psychiatry Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Supporting Early Education Delivery Systems (SEEDS)Director, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Medicine, and Pharmacology Sacramento County Office of EducationUC San Francisco UC Davis Sacramento, CAPeter C. Mundy, PhD Aaron A. Stabel, MA, BCBA Kelly Young, JDLisa Capps Professor of Neurodevelopmental Behavior Analyst and Community Program Manager Director, Warmline Family Resource CenterDisabilities and Education, School of Education UC Davis MIND Institute Sacramento, CAand Department of PsychiatryDirector of Education Research, MIND InstituteCenter for Excellence in Developmental DisabilitiesUC Davis conference Coordinator Larry Jacinth CME Specialist Office of Continuing Medical Education Brochure art credit UC Davis Health SystemBrochure images courtesy of Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, The MIND Institute,UC Davis Public Affairs, and iStockphoto.com.
ACCREDITATION Please stop by the hospitality suite (new this year) sponsored by Warmline The University of California, Davis Health System is Family Resource Center and Fiesta Educativa, for resources and support accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing for families of children with special needs and the professionals who Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing serve them. medical education for physicians. ENROLLMENT CREDIT DESIGNATION Please register early – space is limited. Tuition is $190 for health-care andPhysician Credit: The University of California, Davis Health System designates other professionals, $110 for students or parents/caregivers. Two parents/this live activity for a maximum of 6.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. caregivers in the same family registering together qualify for a special rate ofPhysicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their $170 for both participants. Students and parents/caregivers registering at thisparticipation in the activity. discounted rate will not receive continuing education credit or certificates of attendance. Confirmation of registration will be sent within two weeks ACCREDITATION after receipt of enrollment form. The fees will increase after July 13, 2012.This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Registration forms received without payments will not be processedEssential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical until payment is received, and payment must follow within 10 days. EarlyEducation (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University of California discount rates are honored if payment is received by the date noted on theDavis Health System and the Sacramento State University Division of Nursing enrollment form. After that date, the late fee is applied.and Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, School Psychology andDeaf Studies. 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Non-profit Org. University of California, Davis U.S. Postage Office of Continuing Medical Education 3560 Business Drive, Suite 130 PAID Sacramento, CA 95820-2161 Sacramento, CA Permit No. 3405THE SUMMER INSTITUTEON Neurodevelopmental Disorders If you cannot attend…pleaseAcross the Lifespan: Research to Practice give brochure to a colleague!August 3, 2012friday DATED MATERIALUniversity Union BallroomSacramento State University • Sacramento, Cahighlights■ Keynote address by the new Director of the MIND Institute, Leonard Abbeduto, Ph.D.■ Evidence-based practices for medical and educational interventions■ Legal issues■ Advocacy and family support■ Ask Me Sessions: Extra time for participants to ask questions of presenters and family members of people with disabilities■ New this year: Hospitality suite sponsored by Warmline Family Resource Center and Fiesta Educativa■ Pre-conference workshops on 1) Special Education Law, and 2) Video ModelingThis program is self-supporting and receives no state funding. 10% post consumer waste PAST PARTICIPANT COMMENTS “The overall training was well organized, with a lot of useful, informative and up to date information from some of the most recognized researchers in ASD. I learned a lot.” “Thank you for making videotapes of the conferences available. It was hard to select among so many excellent topics.” “I always feel re-energized and ready to start the fall term with updated information for families and school staff.”