2015 Conferences and Events
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2014 Conferences and Events
By David R. Parker, Ph.D. While college admissions are at an all-time high, Millenials are also dropping out of college in larger numbers, too. An improving economy can offer more immediate income opportunities, but a college degree still correlates with much higher … more...
On March 16, 2016 the American Psychological Association released the 2015 results of the Stress in America survey. This survey focused on the incidence of discrimination in the U.S. and the impact of discrimination on one’s health. Of note, individuals with emotional … more...
by David R. Parker, Ph.D. Raising resilient youth means bringing up healthy children who understand who they are and how to use their strengths to address their weaknesses. Children or teens with “hidden” disabilities such as learning disabilities or ADHD often feel … more...
June 7th – David R. Parker, Ph.D. will conduct a training workshop on Strategy Instruction, ADD Coaching, and Self-Determination at the 28th Annual Postsecondary Disability Training Institute in Philadelphia, PA. This national professional development institute for college disability service providers is sponsored by the University of Connecticut.
June 12th through 15th – David R. Parker, Ph.D. will attend the annual training of the Disability Review Panel at Educational Testing Services (ETS) in Princeton, NJ.
June 24th and 25th – Joshua Lowinsky, M.D. will make several presentations at the Neurology/Psychiatry for Primary Care Meeting , sponsored by the Medical Education Resources (MER), in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. Dr. Lowinsky’s topics will include I Don’t Care About Anything, Doc; I’m Always So Nervous, Doc (Anxiety Disorders); Prevention, Adherence, and Coping with Chronic Illness; and Suicide and Violence.
July 12th and 13th – David R. Parker, Ph.D. will lead two panel discussions (Self-Determination in Higher Education; Faculty and Disability Service Provider Partnerships) at the 39th Annual Conference of the Association of Higher Education and Disability in Indianapolis. In conjunction with his co-editor, Dr. Sharon Field of Wayne State’s Be Self-Determined Center, Dr. Parker will participate in a book signing for his new publication, Becoming Self-Determined: Creating Thoughtful Learners in a Standards-Frenzied, Admissions-Crazed Culture.
July 12th and 13th – Joshua Lowinsky, M.D. will make several presentations at the Internal Medicine for Primary Care Meeting, sponsored by the Medical Education Resources (MER), in Kapalua, Hawaii. Dr. Lowinsky’s topics will include The Complexity of Adult ADHD; Antidepressants Don’t Work, Doc; I Just Drink a Few Beers at Night (Substance Abuse); and I Don’t Care About Anything, Doc (Depression).
August 8-11th - Beth Waite-Lafever, MA-CCC/SLP-ATP will present, "Building Your Own Regional AAC Conference" at the International Society for Augmentative -Alternative Communication in Toronto.
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