Go With Your Gut – In Person Training Seminar

UW South Madison Partnership 2238 South Park Street, Madison, WI

WIN nurses who work and interact with clients and staff in their homes and other health care settings share information on how to improve nutrition, exercise and bowel health

$30

Midweek Movies: Carol of the Bells 

Zoom 1500 Highland Ave, Madison, WI

A young man with a troubled past seeks out his biological mother. His world is turned upside down upon discovering that she is developmentally disabled.

Free

ECHO AAC – Culturally Responsive Practice in AAC

Zoom 1500 Highland Ave, Madison, WI

Title: Culturally Responsive Practice in AAC Presenter: David McNaughton, PhD & Augmented Communicator Zoom information will be available at a later date.

Free

Virtual Day with the Experts: Autism 2023

Zoom 1500 Highland Ave, Madison, WI

Learn about the latest advances in autism research, and hear from a panel of experts— individual(s) diagnosed with ASD and their families.

Free

Maravillas del Waisman

1500 Highland Ave, Madison, WI

Charlene N. Rivera-Bonet Un espacio creado por el Waisman Center, Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison para hablar con científicos y proveedores de salud acerca de discapacidades de desarrollo como autismo y síndrome de Down, enfermedades neurodegenerativas como …

Seminar – Anna Esbensen, PhD – Topic: Health and Outcomes for Individuals with Down Syndrome Across the Lifespan

John D. Wiley Conference Center

Anna Esbensen, PhD, is an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She studies the lifespan development of individuals with Down syndrome and provides clinical services to families of children with Down syndrome.

Seminar – Peter Todd, MD, PhD – Topic: The Role of CGG Repeats in Fragile X-Associated Disorders

John D. Wiley Conference Center

Peter K. Todd, M.D., Ph.D., is the Bucky and Patti Harris Professor and Associate Chair of research in the Department of Neurology in the University of Michigan Medical School. Todd’s lab studies the mechanisms by which nucleotide repeat expansions cause neurological disorders with a long term goal of developing novel therapeutics for these currently untreatable conditions.

Free

Maravillas del Waisman

1500 Highland Ave, Madison, WI

Charlene N. Rivera-Bonet Un espacio creado por el Waisman Center, Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison para hablar con científicos y proveedores de salud acerca de discapacidades de desarrollo como autismo y síndrome de Down, enfermedades neurodegenerativas como …

Seminar – Julie Lounds Taylor, PhD – Topic: Factors that Promote a Positive Transition into Adulthood for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

John D. Wiley Conference Center

Julie Lounds Taylor, Ph.D. is the Transitions Lab Principal Investigator (PI) and lab director. A significant focus of Taylor’s research is on factors that promote a positive transition into adulthood for individuals with developmental disabilities, in particular those with autism spectrum disorder.

Free

Seminar – Casey Lew-Williams, PhD – Topic: How do Infants Learn from the Dynamics of Their Natural Communicative Environments?

John D. Wiley Conference Center

Most infants and toddlers have a prodigious ability to learn, in part because they spend a lot of time interacting with caregivers. In the Princeton Baby Lab, we study how the mechanisms of infant cognition and the details of environmental experience combine to shape early learning. In particular, we study the beginnings of language learning and communication.

Free