NDSC 43rd Annual Convention; June 25–28, 2015; Phoenix, AZ

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(Streaming) Complete Set of Captured Sessions from the NDSC 43rd Annual Convention

Session ID: DS15-000 Product Type:Streaming Media

Purchase of the Complete Streaming Media Set from the 2015 NDSC 43rd Annual Convention includes the following sessions:

Feeding and Swallowing in Young Children With DS
Treadmill Training to Improve Walking in Children with Trisomy 2... Learn More

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Feeding and Swallowing in Young Children With DS

Session ID: DS15-001 Product Type:Streaming Media

Jennifer Casteix, MS, CCC-SLP and Keegan Gallagher, MS, CCC-SLP; How often do you think about your ability to eat? Eating for most of us is automatic. We take bites, chew, and swallow. We take sips, taste, and swallow. For many young children with DS, th... Learn More

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Treadmill Training to Improve Walking in Children with Trisomy 21

Session ID: DS15-003 Product Type:Streaming Media

Helen Milligan, MPT; Current research has shown the treadmill training can help babies walk 3 to 5 months sooner and more efficiently. Recently, there have been studies by Ulrich and colleagues which demonstrate that utilizing treadmill training with inf... Learn More

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Making Private School a Reality for Children With DS

Session ID: DS15-004 Product Type:Streaming Media

Beth Foraker, MS, and Maggie Byrnes, JD, and Erica Conway-Wahle, DDS; Through their own experiences, the presenters have developed programs, models, and resources through The National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion to help parents, teachers, and adminis... Learn More

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Fostering Adult Life-Long Learning Through Community Reading and Writing Clubs

Session ID: DS15-006 Product Type:Streaming Media

Rachel Blackburn, Program Assistant, Nisonger CenterᅠSocial Programs, Columbus, OH, Alison Foose, Self-Advocate, NCBC Member, Dublin, OH, and Katherine Mahosky, Faculty Member, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ; This workshop will provide an ov... Learn More

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Bridging the Employment Gap for People With DS

Session ID: DS15-007 Product Type:Streaming Media

Erica McFadden, PhD, and Kim Woloweic-Fisher, PhD; It is well-established that the great majority of people with DS are not in the labor market for a number of reasons including individualsメ personal preferences; inadequate training and preparation; and... Learn More

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Full Inclusion Works! One Family's Journey Toward Full Inclusion

Session ID: DS15-008 Product Type:Streaming Media

Rob Billerbeck, MS and Sarah Billerbeck, MA; Full inclusion in the neighborhood school is achievable! One famly will present their story of how they have achieved full inclusion in their neighborhood elementary school for their son. Rob and Sarah will sha... Learn More

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iTalk: Using Technology as a Transitional Communication Tool

Session ID: DS15-009 Product Type:Streaming Media

Katie Maddox, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist & Co-Owner, and Katie Dames, MS, CCC-SLP; Will your child ever start talking? What is keeping you from exploring the use of transitional speech technology? Canメt afford it? Afraid it will deter your child from... Learn More

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Prenatal Testing -- Getting the Facts to Pregnant Women and Medical Professionals

Session ID: DS15-010 Product Type:Streaming Media

Michelle Sie Whitten, MA, David Tolleson, and David Charmatz; This workshop will examine the second edition of the DS Prenatal Testing Pamphlet developed by the National DS Congress and the Global DS Foundation. Special attention will be given to the firs... Learn More

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(English) My Brother and I: Independent Living is Possible

Session ID: DS15-013e Product Type:Streaming Media

Edgardo Pezzettoni, self-advocate, and Georgina Pezzettoni; Parents and other family members are vital to the development of individuals with DS from birth to adulthood. The pillars that support a person with DS throughout his/her life are family, social ... Learn More

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(Spanish) My Brother and I: Independent Living is Possible

Session ID: DS15-013s Product Type:Streaming Media

Edgardo Pezzettoni, self-advocate, and Georgina Pezzettoni; Parents and other family members are vital to the development of individuals with DS from birth to adulthood. The pillars that support a person with DS throughout his/her life are family, social ... Learn More

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Developing Communication Skills: Birth to Early Sentences

Session ID: DS15-015 Product Type:Streaming Media

Libby Kumin, PhD, CCC-SLP; The session will focus on building strong foundations for the development of communication skills in children with DS from birth to early sentences. What are the differences between communication, language, and speech? What cont... Learn More

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Preparing for Puberty: A Session for Parents of Girls with DS

Session ID: DS15-017 Product Type:Streaming Media

Terri Couwenhoven, MS, AASECT Certified Sex Educator; Families often experience anxiety when their daughter with DS begins exhibiting the physical and emotional changes that occur during puberty. In this workshop, parents will learn about the most common ... Learn More

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Building a Better Reader Through Use of Active Comprehension Strategies

Session ID: DS15-018 Product Type:Streaming Media

Dana L. Halle, JD; Students with DS may be able to accurately read words and sentences they do not understand. In such cases, a studentメs decoding or sight reading skills are said to be ahead of their comprehension skills. In this session, intended for ... Learn More

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Strategies for Supporting Positive Behaviors in the Inclusive Classroom

Session ID: DS15-019 Product Type:Streaming Media

Michael L. Remus, MS; Behaviors occur for several reasons. Students do not come to school to misbehave. We must approach behavior differently. This session will explore the reasons children misbehave and strategies in the classroom to avoid these behavior... Learn More

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Turning 18 -- What to Expect and How You Can Prepareᅠ

Session ID: DS15-020 Product Type:Streaming Media

Maureen A. Mills; Turning 18? It will be here before you know it! Once you finally get the hang of this parenting thing, your child is about to become an adult. New questions with regard to education and self-determination arise, and new opportunities for... Learn More

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The Language of Business: How to Use Business Language to Successfully Include Individuals With DS in the Workforce

Session ID: DS15-021 Product Type:Streaming Media

Debra Ruh; Case managers and family members often forget to speak the language of business with an employer. This session will cover strategies to use when approaching employers about positions for individuals with DS. By not only understanding the needs ... Learn More

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Latest Legislative Developments: How They Impact You

Session ID: DS15-022 Product Type:Streaming Media

Susan Goodman, JD; Federal legislation directly impacts education, community living, housing, support services and employment for individuals with DS and their families every day. This session will offer parents the opportunity to learn how these laws aff... Learn More

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Behavior and DS: A Brain-Based Perspective for Identification and Treatment

Session ID: DS15-023 Product Type:Streaming Media

David Stein, PsyD, and Nicole Baumer, MD, MEd; Behavior problems impact 30% of children with DS. Left untreated, these same children often exhibit behavior problems as adults, limiting work and independent living opportunities. Many typical behavioral man... Learn More

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Medical Issues in DS - What Families Need to Know!

Session ID: DS15-024 Product Type:Streaming Media

Kishore Vellody, MD; People with DS are at increased risk for several medical conditions, yet many families and doctors are not familiar with the most important issues that can occur. This presentation will cover the common medical, developmental, and beh... Learn More

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Alzheimer's Disease and DS

Session ID: DS15-025 Product Type:Streaming Media

Huntington Potter, MD; People with DS invariably develop the pathology of Alzheimerメs disease by age 30-40 and about half develop dementia by age 50-60. In addition, people with Alzheimerメs disease develop cells with trisomy 21 throughout their bodies... Learn More

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El nino con Sindrome de Down: Evolucion, Problemas y Soluciones

Session ID: DS15-028 Product Type:Streaming Media

Dr. Jesus Florez; Cada nino nace con sus propias caracteristicas. El sindrome de Down anade peculiaridades derivadas de la presencia de una trisomia del cromosoma 21, que cada vez conocemos mejor. Estas peculiaridades condicionan el desarrollo del nino en... Learn More

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Sing Me a Story: Using Music to Enhance Language Development in Young Children

Session ID: DS15-029 Product Type:Streaming Media

Sarah Billerbeck, MA, ECSE; Music can be a powerful tool to help young children develop speech and language skills. Join this fun, interactive session to learn and practice musical strategies designed to help infants, toddlers, and preschoolers increase e... Learn More

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Speech and Language Preparation for Adult Life

Session ID: DS15-031 Product Type:Streaming Media

Libby Kumin, PhD, CCC-SLP; This presentation will focus on speech and language planning with the future in mind. We know a great deal about areas of communication that are important for adult employment and a good quality of life. We also know how profess... Learn More

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Students With DS Can Learn Grade-Level Aligned Content

Session ID: DS15-032 Product Type:Streaming Media

Ricki Sabia, JD, and Audra Ahumada, Med; This session will inform participants about free publicly available curriculum and instructional resources created by the National Center and State Collaborative (NCSC) to provide a grade level-aligned, standards-b... Learn More

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Creating and Supporting Dating Relationships

Session ID: DS15-033 Product Type:Streaming Media

Terri Couwenhoven, MS, AASECT Sex Educator; Many parents struggle with how to support their son or daughter as he or she becomes involved in a dating relationship. In this workshop, parents will have an opportunity to hear from couples with DS at various ... Learn More

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The Future of Postsecondary Education: Advocating for a Better Future

Session ID: DS15-034 Product Type:Streaming Media

Stephanie Smith Lee; Parents and students have been the driving force behind the development of new inclusive postsecondary education opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities over the past decade. While over 200 postsecondary programs exi... Learn More

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DS and Cancer Research

Session ID: DS15-035 Product Type:Streaming Media

Tom Blumenthal, PhD, and Joaquin Espinosa, PhD; This talk will summarize recent findings from research into DS with special emphasis on the relationship between the extra chromosome in DS, leukemia, and solid tumors. People with DS have higher than normal... Learn More

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Oh, The Thinks You Can Think: Understanding Behaviors

Session ID: DS15-036 Product Type:Streaming Media

Lina Patel, PsyD; This presentation will review the neuropsychological factors contributing to common behaviors observed in children with DS. Information will then be utilized as a framework to discuss general strategies that can help children with DS nav... Learn More

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Apps Smackdown

Session ID: DS15-037 Product Type:Streaming Media

Sean Smith, PhD; Apps, apps, and more apps. This presentation will be an interactive experience where the presenter and participants will share their favorite apps, demonstrate some of the best, and leave with an interactive list to share, build upon, and... Learn More

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Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Adult Sibling Toolkit

Session ID: DS15-039 Product Type:Streaming Media

Jennifer Carroll, and Tamara Pursley; This workshop will be presented by members of the NDSC Sibling Task Force and will break down each section of the Adult Sibling Toolkit. Task force members will provide examples of how to begin the conversation with a... Learn More

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What Autism Looks Like in a Child With DS

Session ID: DS15-040 Product Type:Streaming Media

Susan Hepburn, PhD; This presentation will explore the connection between DS and autism and provide a variety of resources to help navigate this complex diagnosis. Participants will learn how behavioral characteristics intersect to create unique challenge... Learn More

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Sindrome de Down: Sexualidad y Estrategias Educativas

Session ID: DS15-041 Product Type:Streaming Media

Dra. Teresa Aguilasocho; Tema que emerge a lo largo de la vida de las personas con trisomia 21. Los comportamientos en diversos ambitos, se refieren a las acciones que desarrolla una persona frente a los estimulos que recibe y a los vinculos que establ... Learn More

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Supporting Parents and Educators as Allies for Inclusion in Kindergarten and Beyond

Session ID: DS15-043 Product Type:Streaming Media

Angela Jarvis-Holland, MA, and Pamela Dye; A successful transition into kindergarten is a critical determinate of a child's trajectory of access to inclusive education. Join parent engagement leaders from the Northwest DS Association/All Born (In) as they... Learn More

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Oral Placement Therapy to Improve Speech Clarity

Session ID: DS15-044 Product Type:Streaming Media

Whitney Pimentel, MA, CCC-SLP; This workshop is designed to address the oral placement skills and movements that are critical for the development of muscles needed for safe and effective feeding and speech clarity. Participants will learn how to watch for... Learn More

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Technology Today and Tomorrow

Session ID: DS15-046 Product Type:Streaming Media

Sean Smith, PhD; This session provides interactive, innovative, and practical technology-based solutions for the student with DS. Participants will engage in activities to further expand their understanding of apps, technology-based solutions, and innovat... Learn More

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Promoting Self-Esteem, Competence, and Independence in Teens and Adults With DS

Session ID: DS15-047 Product Type:Streaming Media

Dennis McGuire, PhD; This workshop will provide information on the tried and true ways to promote self-esteem, competence, and independence in people with DS. Participants will learn how to understand and take advantage of unique behavioral characteristic... Learn More

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(English) Tapping Into Hidden Human Capital: The Global Journey of Successful Employment of Persons With DS

Session ID: DS15-048e Product Type:Streaming Media

Debra Ruh; This session will cover best practices in the employment of persons with DS including accommodations, accessibility, and market opportunities. Ms. Ruh will explore ways corporations have employed and empowered individuals with DS in their workf... Learn More

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(Spanish) Tapping Into Hidden Human Capital: The Global Journey of Successful Employment of Persons With DS

Session ID: DS15-048s Product Type:Streaming Media

Debra Ruh; This session will cover best practices in the employment of persons with DS including accommodations, accessibility, and market opportunities. Ms. Ruh will explore ways corporations have employed and empowered individuals with DS in their workf... Learn More

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Advances in DS Cognition Research -- "Seizing the Momentum?"

Session ID: DS15-049 Product Type:Streaming Media

Michael Harpold, PhD, Jamie Edgin, PhD, and Carolyn Cronin; The presentation and interactive research panel discussion will provide the latest updates on advances in DS cognition biomedical research, clinical trials, and additional research initiatives. R... Learn More

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Government Advocacy and National Outreach

Session ID: DS15-050 Product Type:Streaming Media

Michelle Sie Whitten, MA, and Michelle Livingston; This workshop will describe how basic and clinical research could have short-term as well as long-term benefits for people with DS. Health care issues such as sleep, behavior, and speech will be highlight... Learn More

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What to do When Behaviors Challenge Us

Session ID: DS15-051 Product Type:Streaming Media

Scott Shepard; What do we do when behaviors challenge us, jeopardize the safety of self or others, or when they simply bring unwanted attention or embarrassment? This workshop will review tools that help to identify why the behaviors are occurring and wha... Learn More

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Have Questions? Ask the Doctors -- Pediatrics

Session ID: DS15-052 Product Type:Streaming Media

Kishore Vellody, MD, Peter Bulova, MD, and Sheila Cannon, MSEd; Specific guideline-directed care for people with DS is relatively new, and DS centers with access to specialists in DS are available in only some areas. So, this session provides an opportuni... Learn More

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Independent Living: Independence into Adulthood

Session ID: DS15-053 Product Type:Streaming Media

Steve Freeman, Shannon Bergman, and Chad McKinley, self-advocate; Independent living is part of the civil rights movement for people with disabilities. Instead of agencies deciding what is best for a person, independent living means the person is their ow... Learn More

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When DS and Autism Intersect: Gaining a Better Understanding of DS-ASD

Session ID: DS15-054 Product Type:Streaming Media

Margaret Froehlke, RN, BSN, Sarah Hartway, RN, MS and Robin Zaborek; Could it be more than DS? This presentation will provide an overview of DS-ASD for family members who suspect that a person in their life may have autism, or for those who have already r... Learn More

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El desarrollo de habilidades cognitivas desde edades tempranas a traves del uso de gestos

Session ID: DS15-055 Product Type:Streaming Media

Fabiana Sevilla Godoy; Existe una interrelacion entre las habilidades cognitivas y las linguisticas, por lo cual en todo tratamiento fonoaudiologico de personas con sindrome de Down, es necesario estimular de manera sistematica, ambas habilidades desde ed... Learn More

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Can Count, Now What? Using Numbers to Add and Subtract

Session ID: DS15-060 Product Type:Streaming Media

Dana Halle, JD; Understanding early number concepts can provide a solid foundation for upper level math skills, but there are so many other concepts to master for independence. By developing a math plan for your learner, you can keep focused and track pro... Learn More

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Have Questions? Ask the Doctors! --Teen & Adult

Session ID: DS15-062 Product Type:Streaming Media

Kishore Vellody, MD, Peter Bulova, MD, and Sheila Cannon, MSEd; Specific guideline-directed care for people with DS is relatively new, and DS centers with access to specialists in DS are available in only some areas. So, this session provides an opportuni... Learn More

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Health Promotion for the Child With DS: How Parents Can Help Their Child

Session ID: DS15-063 Product Type:Streaming Media

Marilyn Bull, MD, FAAP; Health care supervision recommendations have undergone several significant changes, and it is important that family, caregivers, and health care professionals understand how they can participate in ensuring a child with DS gets the... Learn More

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iM-RURAL Living 101

Session ID: DS15-064 Product Type:Streaming Media

Kate Dougherty; This workshop will explore positive ways to encourage, educate, empower, and enrich your rural community for individuals who are "outside the box" learners, while exploring the differences between the rural versus metropolitan dynamic. Dow... Learn More

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