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Upcoming Conference Calls of the IACC's Strategic Plan Update Working Groups

Agenda: To discuss updates of the IACC Strategic Plan on autism spectrum disorder (ASD) research and services activities.
 
Remote Access: The meetings will be remotely accessible by conference call.  Members of the public who participate using the conference call phone number will be in listen-only mode.

Please visit the IACC Meetings page for the latest information about the meeting, remote access information, the agenda, materials and information.

Fall Prevention Awareness Day 2016

MonTECH Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities

Falls Free National Council on Aging

FALL RISK SCREENING
Come learn how to prevent falls!
Each year, 1 in 3 adults aged 65+ fall. Most falls ARE preventable. Come learn about your individual fall risk factors and how to prevent falls for YOU!

Missoula Senior Center

Thursday, September 22

2PM - 4PM

Barclay - "Be yourself, and Enjoy Life"

Barclay - Featured Emerging Leader

Meet Tansisiton and Employment project - Featured Emerging Leader
BARCLAY - "Be yourself, and Enjoy Life"
By Lauren Beyer, Rural Institute Project Assistant

Barclay leads a life which is full of meaning. He is active, talented, and kind. I asked about his dreams, and he told me he wanted to keep enjoying his life and his freedom. When I asked what advice he would like to pass along to readers and others with disabilities, he said, emphatically: "Be yourself, and enjoy life."

Continue reading about Barclay

Autism Research

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The Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities has been asked by our partners at the University of Washington to help them learn more about ASD and what causes it.

For additional information on how your family can help, please visit the SPARK website for questions and assistance.

The Rural Institute receives no fee or royalty for Montana participation. Our sole purpose is to share information and to be part of the solution.

Please visit the Montana Autism Center for more information about ASD in Montana, www.mtautism.org

Montana Children’s Special Health Services Survey

young boy with mouth guardThe Montana Children’s Special Health Services Survey is mailed to a sample of families with a child(ren) or youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN) in Montana. This survey is about the current care families and their child(ren) or youth with special healthcare needs receive in the healthcare setting, with particular focus within the medical home and transition to adulthood systems of care.

Read more about the Children's Special Health Services Survey

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