Training Leaders in Maternal and Child Health with a focus on Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

The Vermont Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities prepares leaders across the health and education professions to serve children with special health needs and their families.

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Leadership

As an interdisciplinary group of leaders; we collaborate with:

  • Title V Children with Special Health Needs
  • Vermont Blueprint for Health
  • Autism Programs state-wide

UVM Center on Disability and Community Inclusion and network nationally with other programs through the Association of University Centers on Disabilities.

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Education

Key components of our 300 hour training include graduate level coursework, interdisciplinary clinical experiences, and leadership and policy skill development. Our seminars are part of the Certificate in Graduate Studies in the Interdisciplinary Study of Disability.

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Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) encompasses children with intellectual disabilities, motor disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other related developmental disabilities.

How To Apply

Read our VT LEND Recruitment Flyer and VT LEND Application Form

Academic Year 24-25 Program Information Sessions Registration:

  • April 10th, 2024 @ 12:15PM (Register HERE)
  • April 12th, 2024 @ 12:15PM (Register HERE )
  • April 16th, 2024 @ 12:15PM (Register HERE )
  • April 18th, 2024 @ 12:15PM (Register HERE)
  • April 22nd, 2024 @ 12:15PM (Register HERE)
  • April 24th, 2024 @ 12:15PM (Register HERE)

If the above dates and time do not work for you, please connect with our Program Specialist to schedule a 1:1 Meeting.

Application Deadline: Spring 2024.

Questions?

Contact our VT LEND Program Specialist, Ivania Mangas if you have any questions.

 

 

 

 

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