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Day 2 April 19 Color Scheme

301A Theatre

301B Banquet

302A Theatre

302B Theatre

303A Theatre

303B Theatre

304A Banquet

304B Theatre

305A Theatre

305B Banquet

PALOLO ROOM 306A & B

307A Theatre

307B Theatre

308A Theatre

308B Theatre

309 Theatre

LILI'U THEATRE 310 (472)

327 Banquet

328 Banquet

326A office

PRESENTER BREAKOUT

PRESENTER TOPICAL

WORKSHOPS

SEMINARS

Keynote and Noted Lavender

1/2 Day Workshops

Poster/Reception Session (70) Banquet

FILMS

Free Community Afternoon

special events and 1/2 day workshops

7:00AM - 1:00 PM REGISTRATION 8:30 - 9:30

TEACH TO REACH: Best INDEPENDENT LIVING INTELLECTUAL TEACH TO REACH: Best Practices Focus: DISABILITIES AND KEYNOTE PANEL: Marca Practices Focus: Breakout: Karyn Lindsay Bristo, Steve Brown, TRANSITION TO POST- Breakout: Andrea Yates: & Christine ReveronLillian Gonzalez Brown & SECONDARY Inclusion: Initiating, Stolz: SOS - Strategies on Linda Toms Barker: Living EDUCATION AND Implementing and Styles! Using Instructional Treasures: Celebrating EMPLOYMENT: Project Maintaining a Successful Strategies and Learning Moving from Institutions to Focus: Breakout: Mari Program the the International Styles to Reach all Guillermo & Bobbie Convention Learners Atkins: From Theory to Practice: A Spotlight on Scholars Implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) TEACH TOR REACH ALL EARLY INTERVENTION: NOTED SPEAKERS: TEACH TO REACH ALL INTELLECTUAL THE PACIFIC: Best LEARNERS: Best Best Practices Focus: ACCESSIBLE WORLDS: LEARNERS: Project DISABILITIES AND Practices Focus: Practices Focus: Breakout: Kathleen Megan Conway & Tom Focus: Breakout: Michael TRANSITION TO POST- Breakout: June De Leon & Sadao: Promoting Arthur Albert: Avyllia's Breakout: Jay Breitman: Conway: Using Distance Attocknie & Kelly Roberts: SECONDARY Hope: Effective Reaching All Students by Preschool Inclusion Education to Enhance the "I" in the IEP Journey to EDUCATION AND Transforming Instruction through AT Supports: The Partnerships for Reach of Disability Family Empowerment: EMPLOYMENT: Best SWEET Toolkit and Possibilities in Pacific through Technology Studies Curriculum for Cultural Brokering in Practices Focus: Island Communities Training Module Postsecondary Students Hawaii Special Education Breakout: Lu Merrick & and Faculty Amy Alvord: Yes Virginia, There really is a Seamless Transition INDEPENDENT LIVING: Project Focus: Breakout: Heidi Eidler: HIV/AIDS in Rural Communities: A Step by Step Guide to Develop a Contract and Acquire Funds to Providing IL Services to Individuals Living with HIV/AIDS KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: ACCESSIBLE WORLDS: DEAF AND HARD OF INTELLECTUAL Best Practices: Breakout: HEARING: Best Practices DISABILITIES AND Focus: Breakout: Mary Leena Jo Landmark & TRANSITION TO POSTDalun Zhang: Faculty Morrison & Cathy SECONDARY Learning Communities: McLeod: It is a Big World: EDUCATION AND Using Universal Design to Empowering Students LIVING HEALTHY, EMPLOYMENT:Cate Improve Teaching and Who are Deaf or Hard of AGING WELL: Weir & Debra Hart: Hearing Learning Advocacy/Activism Focus: Federal Updates on the Breakout: Rosa Changes of the Higher McAllister: Finding Your Education Opportunities Energy and Learning How Act That Impact Youth to Use It! with Intellectual Disabilities in PostSecondary Education

Sprout MiniFilm Festival

945:10:45

11:00 -12:00

TEACH TO REACH: Topical (1) Best Practices Focus: Howard Gray & Sharon Reed Gray: SIRA Differentiated Art Instruction Techniques: Kindergarten Student Responses within Control and Treatment Classroom Groupings (2) Research/Theory Focus: Scott Bowditch, Tiffany Wong & Kelly Roberts: Putting the "I" in the IEP: Preliminary Results of a Culturally Responsive Special Education Curriculum for Hawaiians with Disabilities TEACH TO REACH ALL LEARNERS: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Patricia Peterson: Leaders in Exceptional-Education Addressing Diversity

NOTED SPEAKER: INTELLECTUAL STEM: Advocacy/Activism TEACH TO REACH ALL DISABILITIES AND Focus: Breakout: Ann LEARNERS: Bonnie TRANSITION TO POST- Lemke & Steve Brown: Utley: Supportive and SECONDARY High as the Stars, Deep Complementary EDUCATION AND as the Ocean: Promoting Instructional Strategies in EMPLOYMENT: Best STEM Careers for General and Special Practices Focus: Hawaiian Youth with Education. Breakout: Bruce Uditsky & Disabilities Anne Hughson: Inclusive Post-Secondary Education: Enabling an Authentic and Fully Inclusive Student Experience

STEM: Topical (1) Best Practices Focus: Lynn Lovewell & Samantha Langley-Turnbaugh: Building and Implementing a Successful Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program for Students with Disabilities (2) GENDER/STEM: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Stephanie Ortoleva: Expanding Access to Education and Employment Opportunities for Girls and Women with Disabilities in Science INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY STUDIES TEACH TO REACH ALL DISABILITY STUDIES DISABILITIES AND LEARNERS: Topical (1) AND CULTURE:Topical AND CULTURE: Best Practices Focus: (1) Advocacy/Activism Advocacy/Activism Focus: TRANSITION TO POSTBreakout: Jacque Phillips SECONDARY Toni Saunders: Focus: Sara Palmer: & Randy Chapman: All EDUCATION AND Knowledge Creator: The Waking Up: Aboard: Special EMPLOYMENT: Topical Missing Link Representations of (1) Project Focus: Dalun Education Law Using Disability, Race and Zhang: Postsecondary Consciousness in James Collaborative Advocacy Access and Training for Cameron's Avatar Human Services (PATHS) (2) Best Practices Focus: Barbara ThomasBruzzese & Laura Aguilera: Transition Programs in PostSecondary Education: Kwantlen's Experience

HUMAN RIGHTS: Best INTELLECTUAL Practices Focus: DISABILITIES AND Breakout: Risnawati TRANSTIION TO POSTUtami: Disability SECONDARY Awareness Training EDUCATION: Project Model for Advocating the Focus: Breakout: Kaarina Rights of Persons with Mewhinney & Romel Disabilities in Indonesia Mackelprang: Template for Training: We have Created an -On-Line Workshop Template to Share

THE PACIFIC: Best TEACH TO REACH ALL Practices Focus: LEARNERS: Best Breakout: June De Leon, Practices Focus: June Quitugua, Michael Breakout: William Peet: Burdge & Jean Clayton: Talking Word Processors: HIDDEN DISABILITIES: Did Juan Take an The Missing Link in Best Practices Focus: Alternate Assessment Literacy Learning Breakout: Jerry Wright & Based on Alternate Achievement Standards Stephanie KolakowskyHayner: It Takes a Village (AA-AAS)? to Improves Lives After Brain Injury: How to Find, Create, or Reinvent that Village

EXHIBI TOR ROOM

EARLY INTERVENTION: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Natalya McComas, Cheryl Henderson & Jodi Oakerson: Consultation in Early Childhood Settings

MENTAL HEALTH & ACCESSIBLE WORLDS: YOUTH: Project Focus: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Janet SooHoo, Breakout: Susan Lee: Jocelyn Lui & Junko Disability, Embodiment LIVING HEALTHY, Yamazaki: Effective and Accessible Physical AGING WELL: Best Engagement Strategies Activity Practices Focus: with Marginalized Youth in Breakout: Maria Grazia Mental Health Services Bevilacqua & Maria Stella Guadagnoli-Closs: Which Part did you not Understand? It HURTS! Understanding Others, Yourself & Perceptions of Pain

LIVING HEALTHY, TEACH TO REACH ALL ENDING POVERTY: Best NOTED SPEAKER: LEARNERS: Best Practices Focus: AGING WELL: Best INTELLECTUAL Practices Focus: Breakout: Brenda Practices Focus: DISABILITIES AND Breakout: Connie Breakout: Kristine Slentz Shebanek: Housing and TRANSITION TO POST& Kenneth Howell: How Supportive Employment: Williams & Raina SECONDARY Long is a Mini-skirt? Inspiration Fueling Koterba: "SuperBrain EDUCATION AND Yoga": Current Research EMPLOYMENT Meg Working Across Cultures to Teach all Learners and Implications for Grigal: What are the Treatment Benefits of Attending Postsecondary Education for Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities?

TEACH TO REACH ALL LEARNERS: Research/Theory Focus: Topical (1)Research/Theory Focus: Kamil Ozerk & Meral Ozerk: Assessment of Bilingual Children with Inattention, Overactivity and Impulsivity:Challenges and Solutions in the Norwegian Context (2) Best Practices Focus: Nancy Hoyano: Preparation for the Evolving Role of Education Assistants in British Columbia

LIVING HEALTHY, INDEPENDENT AGING WELL: Topical (1) LIVING:Topical (1) Research/Theory Focus: Research/Theory Focus: Claire Brolan: Roy Scheller: Community, Overcoming the Barriers THE PACIFIC: Social Capital and and Improving the Health Research/Theory Focus: Disabilities: The Breakout: Katherine and Well Being of Importance of Informal Filipinos with Intellectual Ratliffe, Eric Folk, Social Interactions Mautumua Porotesano & Disabilities: Health Workers and Volunteers Lillian Segal: Pacific Islander Youth Perceptions (2) Best Practices Focus: Claire Acculturation, Cultural Brolan: Understanding the Identity, Perceived Unseen? Reasons why Discrimination and Family Members Seek out Perceptions of School Traditional Healers to 'Treat' Relatives with Intellectual Disabilities in the Philippines

ACCESSIBLE WORLDS: Topical (1) Research/Theory Focus: Advocacy/Activism Focus: Hayes: Of Toads and Men Thomas Conway: Breakout: Roz Rosen: Accessibility, Virtual Reality, and Distance Lanugage Human Rights: To Reform, Reframe Education (2) ACCESSIBLE WORLDS & DEAF: Research/Theory Focus: Catherine Beaton: Enhancement of Educational Access through Emerging Technologies

SPECIAL EVENT: 9 am 12:00 pm. Workshop: HUMAN RIGHTS/DEAF NOTED SPEAKER: SPECIAL Tammie HUMAN RIGHTS AND AND HARD OF EVENT: 10:00 DISABILITY STUDIES: HEARING: McNaughton, am- 1:45 pm: Advocacy/Activism Focus: Bethany Stevens: Political Lou Orslene & Topical (1) Barbara Economy of Disablement: Mental Health Raimondo: View from Why the Disability Poverty Debra Ruh: Self-Advocacy Washington(2) Barbara Trap Persists Workplace Forum: Living Raimondo: Using the Diversity--a Individuals with to Our Fullest Strategic Disabilities Education Act Potential (IDEA) to Advocate Business Together (A Advantage Forum Navigate organized and ADA, for mental Accessibility health and consumers) KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Accommodati HUMAN RIGHTS/DEAF STEM & ENVIRONMENT ons with the AND HARD OF AND HEALTH: Tyrone "A Team!" HEARING:

OFFICE AND RESTING PLACE

12:00 - :145 1:45-2:45

TEACH TO REACH ALL LEARNERS: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Chris Horrocks: Creating Classrooms with Growing Room : An Examination of Instruction HIDDEN DISABILITIES: INTELLECTUAL GENERAL: Topical (1) GENDER: Topical: (1) ENDING POVERTY: Best Practices Focus: DISABILITIES AND Best Practices Focus: Best Practices Focus: Topical (1) TRANSITION TO POSTPaul Leung: Making Maria Stella GuadagnoliResearch/Theory Focus: Topical (1) Adele Proctor HUMAN RIGHTS: Topical Jenni Mays: Disabling & Phyllis Proctor: SECONDARY Program Evaluation Closs: The Melancholy of (1) Research/Theory EDUCATION AND Relevant (2) Project Pain: Misinterpretation of Income Support Policy Bilingualism and Pediatric Focus: Tavee EMPLOYMENT: Project Focus: Yoshiko Okuyama: Women's Chronic Pain and the Examination of an Traumatic Brain Injury (2) Cheausuwanatavee: Alternative Based on Advocacy/Activism Focus: Focus: Breakout: Mary An Online Internship Experiences Synthesis of Social Social Citizenship (2) Joe Timmons: Meeting Matsukawa, Tara Sabado, Program for Deaf Policies and Laws Research/Theory Focus: the Vocational and Social & Steven Vannatta: University Students Related to Disability in Robert Metts: The Poverty Needs of Youth and Building a Network Thailand (2) Best Young Adults with Hidden Reducing Benefits of Between Public and Practices Focus: Anthony Disabilities Involving Private Private Providers to Anirud: Defining the Enterprise in the Assist Students and Boundary: AntiFormulation of Disability Families to Navigate the discrimination Policies Strategies Transition from High and Academic Freedom School to Community AUTISM SPECTRUM: Topical (1) Research/Theory Focus: Best Practices: Sarah Pelangka: A MultiComponent Autism Awareness Training for Typical Peers (2) Best Practices Focus: Melinda Pierson & Erica Howell: Faith Communities and Children with Autism Spectrum EARLY INTERVENTION: Topical (1) Research/Theory Focus: Maria Eugenia Ortega y Mena: Toddler Tantrums: A Harbinger of Hidden Disabilities? (2) Best Practices Focus: Reiner Haus: Learning with a Familiar Tune: Music Therapy as a Key for Language Acquisition and Ethnic Identity in Multicultural Early Intervention in Germany LIVING HEALTHY, AGING WELL: Project Focus: Breakout: Molly INDEPENDENT LIVING: Kennedy & Joseph Topical (1) Best Practices Amoroso: Health Disparities and their Focus: Jeannette Campbell : Case Study of Impact on People with a Social Business for Disabilities Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (2) Best Practices Focus: Blake Beecher: Moving Away from the Deficit Model: Valued Living as the Primary Focus in Practice TEACH TO REACH ALL DISABILITY STUDIES LEARNERS: Best AND CULTURE: Best Practices Focus: Practices Focus: Breakout: Norma Jean Breakout: Maria D. Stodden, Sara Podlewski, Thomas: Disability Martha Guinan, David Studies in the Caribbean Strauch & Meghan Whitfield: Get Caught Up in Webquests DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Genie Gertz & Patrick Boudreault Genetics Research in Linguistic and Cultural Minority Populations and Paradigm Shift in Research Model KEYNOTE SPEAKER:HIDDEN DISABILITIES: LeDerick Horne: Beyond Classification

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

GENERAL: Research/Theory Focus: Breakout: Linda Shiraishi: The Magical World of Learning and Personality Styles

SPECIAL EVENT: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm: Workshop: Addressing Violence Against Women and Girls with Disabilities: Marsha Saxton, Heidi Case & Stephanie Ortoleva

GENERAL: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Kenneth Deitmen: A Collaborative Interagency Approach to Transition Planning

HIDDEN DISABILITIES: Research/Theory Focus: Breakout: Hsiang-Yi Wu: Families' Perspectives about Learning Disabilities in Taiwan

GENERAL: Topical (1) Best Practices Focus: Michelle Sparling & Rosa McAllister: Exploring Your Life's Passions: Making the Most of your Community Connections and Resources to Make HUMAN RIGHTS: Topical (1) Research/Theory the Life You've Dreamed Focus: Sarah Chapple: About Hope as an Agent of Change

ENDING POVERTY: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Raymond Cebula & Mary Ridgely: Strategies for Continuous Quality Improvement and Performance Measurement for Benefits and Work Incentives Planning Programs

LIVING HEALTHY, DISABILITY STUDIES AND CULTURE: AGING WELL: Best Research/Theory Focus: Practices Focus: Breakout: Katharina Heyer Seminar: & Romel Mackelprang: Madeilaine Palma & "Pawns and Parasites?" Researchers and Activists Vicki Smith: in Conversation Creative and Healthier Alternative Care for Seniors with Developmental Disabilities

GENERAL: Best Practices Focus: Breakout: Amos Sales & Tom Mullis: Empowering Positive Psychology Exercises

EXHIBI TOR ROOM

INDEPENDENT LIVING: Advocacy/Activism Focus: Breakout: Tara Bremer: Transition Planning with Sticky Notes

LIVING HEALTHY, AGING WELL: Project Focus: Breakout: Peter Benavidez & Robin Unruh: Strategies and Practices for Improving Health and Wellness

ACCESSIBLE WORLDS: Best Practices Focus: Marcia Petrini: Nursing Efforts in Mainland China to Improve the Access

WORKSHOP: National Council on Disabilities Forum: Aaron Bishop & Joan Durocher: DEAF AND HARD OF GETTING HIRED: Reaching Out HEARING: Best Practices COMMUNITY Focus: Breakout: Mark NETWORKING FAIR: to Listen, Bella, Jennifer Cook, Sam Breakout: Laura Tronge & Understand, Costner & Paul Singleton: Stephen King: Federal Engage, and Promoting Self-advocacy Employment of Individuals Act! and Self-Employment with Disabilities

through Effective Communication

Private Function: Explore Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics: Learn about STEM in College Special Session for High School Students with Disabilities

4:00 pm - 5:00pm

GETTING HIRED: COMMUNITY NETWORKING FAIR: Dinah Cohen, Jo Linda Johnson & Elisa Gonzalez: Resolving Accommodation Issues: The Executive Order at Work

GETTING HIRED: COMMUNITY NETWORKING FAIR (Various Places and Rooms) 2:00 pm 5:00 pm.

PRIVATE FUNCTION: 5 PM - 7:00 PM, Kelly Roberts

GETTING HIRED: COMMUNITY NETWORKING FAIR: Heidi Burghardt & Wynetta Jones: What do I Need to Know About Applying for A Federal Government Job?

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