Sandpiper: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Wednesday
Universal Design Program
Universal design is a framework designers can use to create environments, services, and curriculum that benefits most of the users without the need for separate services, facilities, or accommodations. Beyond the Basics: Universal Design 2.0 is a highly interactive session designed to provide participants with hands on implementation strategies to infuse universal design practices in higher education. Our distinguished panel of universal design experts will provide a hands on, interactive set of activities that will engage participants with “how to” implement universal design strategies in their every day work with students. They will also provide studies demonstrating increases in student success as a result of curriculum upgrades to universal design in the classroom. Join us and improve your students’ success!
Mariners Ballroom: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Wednesday
Regional Coordinators Meeting
Huntington Foyer South: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Thursday
Fee: $50 Member / $75 Non-Members
Program Management Legal Workshop
Purpose: This workshop will serve a valuable educational resource for Disability Professionals regarding legal issues facing the field.
Objective: The objective of this workshop will be to educate professionals on legal aspects of the ADA, 504 and Title V in respect to disability service providers. Outcomes: Participants will gain knowledge in legal requirements for program accessibility, electronic and information technology (EIT) and alternate media recourses, including VPATS and web accessibility.
Mariners Ballroom: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fee: $75 Member / 100 Non-Member
Students on the Autism Spectrum – Strategies and Accommodations for the Classroom and on Campus
Sandpiper: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Thursday
Fee: $75 Member / $100 Non-Member
Using the WJ IV to Diagnose Dyslexia in Postsecondary Students
In this workshop, the presenter will explain the unique features of the WJ IV that can be helpful in the identification of dyslexia in postsecondary students. Attendees will be able to identify: discrepancy and variation procedures, relevance and importance of assessing strengths and weaknesses in performance, specific processing deficits that can contribute to accurate diagnosis, and appropriate accommodations and interventions. This workshop is intended for LD Specialists trained on the Woodcock Johnson IV and Psychologists who diagnose Learning Disabilities in postsecondary students.
Driftwood: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Thursday
Eliminating Electronic Barriers: Continuing to Build Accessibility and Partnerships for Student Success
Catalina: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Thursday
Shoreline: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Thursday
CAPED Mentorship Program
Huntington North: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Thursday
College 2 Career