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Webinars are available at no cost to attendees. Please note, we do not offer CEs for attending our complimentary webinars. 
Webinars are recorded the archive is generally available on the website the following day.

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AAIDD Conference Proposal Evaluation Criteria: Tips for a successful submission
This is an AAIDD webinar. 

The 2021 AAIDD Call for Papers is open until December 2, 2020. You can learn more here
 



October 22, 2020 

4:00pm EST 
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Supporting Decision-Making: Assisting People to Make Better Decisions
This is an AAIDD webinar. 

Presenters:
Tina Campanella, MA, Quality Trust
Morgan Whitlatch, JD, Quality Trust

While SDM has become increasingly recognized as an option for decision-making support, there remains much work to be done to foster the widespread use of SDM in the day to day lives of people with disabilities. This session will explore practical strategies for working directly with people who have disabilities to develop the skills and experience needed for decision-making. The presenters will identify and explore key concepts that professionals can use as guidance when they are assisting people to strengthen their decision-making abilities.
 



November 17, 2020 

4:00pm EST 
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Using the Supports Intensity Scale (SIS) to Determine the Needs of Children and Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disability: A Systematic Review
This is an AAIDD webinar. 

Presenters:
Atilla Cavkaytar, PhD, Anadolu University
Tahir Mete Artar, MA, Anadolu University

Supports Intensity Scale (SIS) is beginning to gain the function of being an international tool in determining the supports needed of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In this session, the findings from the evaluation of studies using SIS as a data collection tool between 2004 and 2018 will be shared. In this presentation, suggestions based on the reviewed studies on how to contribute to the international use of SIS will be shared with participants.