Maine Parent Federation.

Informational Tour for the Proposed Lifespan Waiver

Source: Maine Parent Federation (April 23, 2024). Please join the Office of Aging and Disability Services (OADS) as we offer five (5) in-person presentations and discussions on the proposed Lifespan Waiver. These sessions are for youth and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, autism, or other related conditions, as well as their families, interested service providers, and […]

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Apply Today for the 2024-2025 NH-ME LEND Program at the University of Maine!

Applications are now being accepted for the 2024-2025 New Hampshire-Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NH-ME LEND) Program at the University of Maine. This is a graduate-level interdisciplinary, leadership training program in maternal and child health and neurodevelopmental disabilities. Participation requires a minimum commitment of 300 hours over 9 months. Competitive scholarships are available for qualified […]

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CCIDS is Hiring! Please see Job Post for Research Associate I

The University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies (CCIDS), Maine’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, is advertising for a Research Associate l. The primary purpose of this position is to design, develop and maintain accessible CCIDS webpages and products and to research, plan, and provide consultation/technical assistance, professional development, and community education […]

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Enrolling Now! University of Maine System Micro-Credential: Inclusive Education PreK-12

Maine is committed to increasing capacity for inclusive education and supporting all school personnel (e.g., special and general educators, educational technicians, instructional specialists, and administrators) to  better provide inclusive supports to PreK-12 learners. Together we can work to ensure all learners with disabilities have full and meaningful access to general educational peers, curriculum and classrooms. […]

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