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FASD Awareness Day Campaign Poster

09-07-2016

Green Mountain FASD Project to Bring FASD Awareness Day to UVM Campus

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Awareness Day takes place this Friday, September 9th. The day is commemorated throughout the world with the ringing of bells at 9:09am, symbolizing the nine months of pregnancy. After months of fun in the sun, it is important to take a moment and consider the impact drinking can have on a developing fetus. ...

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University of Padua Seal

08-26-2016

CDCI and Vermont Italian Club to Host Presentation on Transitioning to Adulthood for Italians with Disabilities

Professor Simone Visentin of the University of Padova (Padua in English) will be visiting Vermont for two weeks in early September.  Dr. Visentin is traveling to Vermont to learn about local practices related to the transition of young adults with developmental disabilities from school to adult life (e.g., post-secondary ...

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A young woman stops to read a pamphlet on Human Trafficking on Church St.

04-25-2016

CESS Students Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking

It's hard to talk about Human Trafficking, yet after taking a course on the subject, some students were moved not only to engage in the conversation, but also to shout it from Church Street.

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Assistive Technology Across the Lifespan EDSP 200 Z2 1 Credit CRN# 61917 June 20-July 15, 2016 Mon. & Wed., 5-7pm 102C Mann Hall, Trinity Campus

02-17-2016

CDCI Announces New Summer Course: Assistive Technology Across the Lifespan

CDCI is proud to announce a 1-credit summer course about Assistive Technology (AT). Participants of this course will gain a knowledge of AT laws, practice settings, state and federal agencies that support AT, and low to high tech solutions for individuals of all ages. We will focus on technology for reading/writing, ...

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