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Fighting Covid: Understanding the Covid 19 Vaccine for individuals who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities

NW Disability Support's Social Justice Youth Group was joined by Dr. Joe Sullivan, MD to answer your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Luchando Contra Covid: Entendiendo la vacuna contra el COVID-19

¿Tiene preguntas sobre la vacuna contra el COVID-19? Únase a Maria Rangel, coordinadora de alcance bilingüe de NW Disability Support y al Dr. Joe Sullivan MD, para obtener más información sobre la vacuna contra el COVID-19. Este evento está diseñado específicamente para nuestra comunidad hispana / latina con seres queridos que experimentan discapacidades intelectuales y del desarrollo.

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Kindergarten Transition: IEP Rights, laws, tools, and tips to be fully involved | Transición de Kindergarten: derechos del IEP, leyes, herramientas y consejos para participar plenamente

Chris Shank: Attorney, Youth, Rights & Justice, Jamie Burch: Projects and Community Director, Maria Rangel: Bilingual Outreach Director, Angela Frome: Senior Programs Director, Angela Jarvis Holland: Executive Director NW Disability Support, Mindy Parker: Web & Event Support, Parent & Advocate

This event was designed for families of young children with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD), ages three to seven, who receive special education supports and services through an IFSP/IEP, educators involved with IEPs, professionals who support individuals who have IEPs and their families, and community members interested in special education advocacy, rights, and laws.

Diseñado para familias de niños pequeños con discapacidades intelectuales / del desarrollo (I / DD), de tres a siete años, que reciben apoyo y servicios de educación especial a través de un IFSP / IEP, educadores involucrados con el IEP, profesionales que apoyan a las personas que tienen IEP y sus familias. y miembros de la comunidad interesados en la abogacía, los derechos y las leyes de educación especial.

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Inclusive Distance Learning; How to Use Goals and Accommodations for Inclusion | Aprendizaje a distancia inclusivo: cómo utilizar las metas y las adaptaciones para la inclusión

For parents of children with intellectual/developmental disabilities who receive special education supports and services through an Individualized Education Plan, educators involved with IEPs, professionals who support individuals who have IEPs and their families. Presented by Jamie Burch: Project & Community Coordinator NWDSA/ABI, and Charmaine Thane:, Educator & Advocate, Visions and Voices Together.

Para padres/madres de estudiantes con discapacidades intelectuales o del desarrollo que reciben apoyos y servicios de educación especial a través de un Plan de educación individualizado, educadores involucrados con los IEP’s, profesionales que apoyan a las personas que tienen IEP y sus familias.

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Your Voice, Your Vote

ABI's Social Justice Youth Community hosted this virtual workshop lead by Rylin Rodgers and Liz Weintraub, with youth leader Lily Mullen and graphic facilitation by Quinn Jarvis Holland. Learn about registering to vote, the voting process, and your rights as a voter.

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What Does Back to School Mean for My Child?

Know your rights, unpack the guidance, and find the best information to support your child in the 2020-2021 school year with Candace Pelt from the Oregon Department of Education.

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Beyond Inclusion

Learn about intersectionality, challenging stereotypes, and how to be an ally. Presented by Andy Arias and BJ Bonmon.

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Decoding the IEP

Learn how the details on the Individualized Education Program (IEP) form can make a difference to drive inclusion and how you can be an informed and active partner in the IEP process. Presented by Jamie Burch.

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Tools In Your Kit: A Dialogue With Families About Reading, Writing, Math, and Recreation

An overview of tools for learning and assistive technology for school age students in the areas of Reading, Writing, Math, and Recreation. Presented by Samuel Sennott, Ph.D.; Associate Professor, Portland State University, Linda Akagi, B.S., uLab AAC Design Council, Sam Vranizan, uLab AAC Design Council.

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