UW LEND Program
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities
 
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UW LEND Didactic Program

All UW Lend Fellows must participate in the following four didactics. Additional didactic opportunities are also available.

UW LEND LEADERSHIP Seminars

Offer current information in the field of maternal and child health and neurodevelopmental and related disabilities.

Time: 
1ST & 3rd Monday 12:30-2:30; 2nd & 4th Monday 12:30-1:30
Current Schedule: 
Current quarter
Previous Schedule 
Summer 2014
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Previously recorded seminars

 

UW LEND Policy and Advocacy Workshops

A series of three interactive workshops conducted in Autumn, Winter, Spring Quarter.

 

UW LEND Book Club

Each year a book is chosen for all UW LEND Fellows and Faculty to read and engage in a vibrant conversation

 

UW LEND Interdisciplinary Web-Based Modules
A series of web-based educational modules that introduce the unique foundations, roles, and contributions of various disciplines on an interdisciplinary team. View all modules and complete survey to document completion.
Audiology Occupational Therapy Social Work
Nutrition Physical Therapy Speech & Language

Additional Didactics

  • Infant Assessment Training Program (Contact: Sue Wendel) A 10-week training program offered by the Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Department in the CHDD – Clinical Training Unit. Trains therapists, nurses, physicians, and others on standardized neurodevelopmental infant assessments for early identification of developmental concerns.
  • Child Assessment Training Program (Contact: Kay Kopp)A 10-week training program offered by the Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Department in the CHDD – Clinical Training Unit. Utilizes an interdisciplinary clinical program to train therapists and others on standardized assessments of developmental performance for preschool, school-age, and adolescent children and youth.
 
       

 
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