2021 African-American Conference on Disability Goes Virtual
11 Free Webinars Address Intersectionality between Race and Disabilities
Monday, February 1 - Friday, February 26
Registration is open for the 2021 African-American Conference on Disability (AACD). The conference, hosted by the Arizona Center for Disability Law and the Arizona Center for African American Resources, will be held virtually for the first time. The AACD is the only comprehensive conference in the U.S. that addresses the intersection between race and disabilities.
The conference will offer 11 sessions. The opening session will take place on February 1 and the closing session will be on February 26. Participants must register separately for each event. CART and ASL Interpretation Services will be available for each session.
Find more information and register for the sessions here.
For questions, get in touch with Renaldo Fowler at email@example.com.
MHDD Mental Health Treatment for IDD
Free, Three-webinar Training Series Coming Soon
The Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities National Training Center (MHDD) will present a free, three-part continuing education training series, “Mental Health Treatment for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,” in February and March. All trainings will be held from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. (CST). CEUs are available.
- February 2: Insights in Working with Clients with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD)
- February 16: Case Conceptualization for Clients with IDD: The utility of the Bio-Psycho-Social (BPS) Model
- March 2: Evidence-Based Interventions for Clients with IDD
Learn more and register here.
29th Annual Best Practices in Brain Injury Services Conference
Registration Now Open!
Wednesday, March 3 - Friday, March 5
Join the Brain Injury Alliance of Iowa for this conference to learn about emerging, evidence-based, best and promising practices. Topics will include: medical treatment, rehabilitation, adaptation and accommodations after brain injury, responding to the bio-psychosocial and financial impact of the injury on individuals and caregivers, policy and practice change, mild brain injury/concussion, and prevention of and/or navigating secondary outcomes, such as mental health, unemployment and substance abuse. CEUs are available.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 319-466-7455.
Access to Training
Our Training Sources page provides links to a variety of training resources that are available on an ongoing basis. Most of these resources are online, available any day, any time. Check websites for fees associated with the trainings.
The Conner Training Connection makes every effort to assure these listings are up-to-date. Visit our Training Sources page.
Please visit our interactive calendar to find trainings on disability-related topics, including autism, brain injury, mental health, self-advocacy and transition. We invite you to share trainings with us and others using the "Add Event" button on this calendar.
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