The Disability Policy Seminar, held in Washington, DC each Spring, provides experiences related to policy development and advocacy on a national level
Annual Leadership, Team Building and Conflict Resolution workshops are conducted with each new cohort of LEND trainees and fellows
ArizonaLEND faculty and trainees volunteer their services at HopeFest 2015
The University of Arizona Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (ArizonaLEND) is a leadership training program that prepares the next generation of policy makers, faculty, clinicians and researchers to lead the maternal and child health workforce.
The ArizonaLEND Program, training professionals to be leaders in clinical care and research, has just received a $3 million continuation grant. The training program, which seeks to improve the health of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, trains professionals in more than 15 disciplines.
Every year, ArizonaLEND Dental Faculty Member, John Day, DDS, volunteers his services at Hope Fest.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) releases a recommendation that screening only be performed for autism if the parent or provider is concerned there is a risk.