UT Center for Excellence in Autism In The NewsApril 28th, 2010
Autism Awareness month has been very busy for our new Center of Excellence in Autism. Many thanks to Jeff Smith at Channel 13 for including us in last Sunday’s edition of Roundtable.
This week we are also featured in the Presidential Perspective with Dr. Jacobs. It was a great opportunity to reach the everyone associated with the UT community.
On April 6 and 7 the Center for Excellence in Autism hosted a presentation for more than 160 people by Judy Endow, advocate, author and parent. Also a big thanks to WGTE and the crew of their Knowledge Stream program who came and taped Judy’s presentation on April 6th. Keep checking the link below, the show will be posted in the near future.
Here is a SAVE THE DATE ALERT for everyone!
The University of Toledo Center for Excellence in Autism is proud to announce its first annual symposium!
“Critical Issues in Autism: Autism and Environment Vulnerability, Cormorbid Mental Health Concerns and the Challenges of Adolescence and Adulthood for Individuals with ASD.”
Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D.
Mohammad Ghaziuddin, M.D., MRCPsych
University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Sherry A. Moyer, MSW
University of Toledo Center for Excellence in Autism
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Hilton Garden Inn Perrysburg
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Special registration rates for students, parents and professionals.
CEU credits pending for Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Counselors, Physicians, Educators and Speech Therapists.
For more information, please contact Sherry Moyer, MSW, Director of the UT Center for Excellence in Autism at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-383-4438.
Sherry Moyer is the Executive/Research Director of the new University of Toledo Center for Excellence in Autism. She comes to UT with 10 years of national experience in the Autism advocacy and service delivery community. Sherry ‘s focus will be to help coordinate UT and community resources to build a lifespan of services, professional development and research opportunities for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders(ASD), their families and the people who support them. Throughout the month of April, Sherry will blog about new advances in ASD research, interventions, personal experiences and the exciting new opportunities at the university as the Center of Excellence comes to life.
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