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Monica Chibuogu Nneji Foundation: Disability & Identity

The Monica Chibuogu Nneji Foundation is hosting Dr. Diana M., Cejas, MD, MPH to speak in observance of Developmental Disabilities & Brain Injury Awareness Month 2024. Dr. Cejas is a neurologist at UNC with clinical interests in autism spectrum disorders and intellectual and neurodevelopmental disabilities. She will discuss how disability develops, the concept of disability […]

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ECAC | The NC Assistive Technology Program

The North Carolina Assistive Technology Program (NCATP) is a state and federally funded program that provides assistive technology services statewide to people of all ages and abilities. NCATP leads North Carolina’s efforts to carry out the federal Assistive Technology Act of 2004 by providing device demonstration, short-term device loans, and reutilization of assistive technology. They also

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ECAC | The Guide to Extended Content Standards for Parents

Curious about the Extended Content Standards aka ECS, “the extensions” or adapted curriculum? The alternate achievement standards are designed for students with significant cognitive disabilities so they can have access to the Standard Course of Study at grade level. Join us to learn more about ECS. Objectives: Review of belief systems Learn about the Federal Law pertaining

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TEACCH T-STEP Transition Program Virtual Info Session

What is T-STEP? The T-STEP program was developed to support the transition to college/post-secondary education and employment for 16–21-year-olds with autism spectrum disorder who will receive or have received the Future-Ready/Standard Course of Study high school diploma. Funding is provided through Vocational Rehabilitation (a division of NC DHHS), so T-STEP is free for students/families! Participation

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