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Welcome to our new and improved news brief format. We are excited to use this format which will enable us to get you information more quickly and frequently about Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities, our University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. We will be keeping you up to date on our activities, as well as providing you with information you can use about intellectual and developmental disabilities. This will complement the information you can get on our Facebook page.

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Susan Hetherington and Steve Sulkes, UCEDD Co-Directors

 

Can you help us?

Can you help us?

The Rochester Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders is looking for families and individuals to be featured in an Inclusive Recreation and Leisure Video campaign.

You Don't Know What You Don't Know

You Don't Know What You Don't Know

Self-advocates Jeiri Flores and Jensen Caraballo, SCDD's Health Disparities program recently developed and delivered trainings to Spanish language medical interpreters to improve healthcare experiences for patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

RRCASD Winter Webinar Series Announced!

RRCASD Winter Webinar Series Announced!

The Rochester Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder (RRCASD) will be hosting the following four free webinars this Winter.

A Teleconference for Self-Advocates!

A Teleconference for Self-Advocates!

On October 5, a panel self-advocates from around the country will be discussing topics that they have found most important to them. The Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities will act as a host site for self-advocates to join the conversation and provide input.

We Want to Hear About Your Experience!

We Want to Hear About Your Experience!

The Rochester Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder wants to learn about evaluation experiences of parents and guardians of children with autism spectrum disorder.