Newsletter

March 1, 2011
Winter 2011: IDEAS 2011 Conference United We Stand

From the Editor by Jean House
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It's Off to the Conference We Go by Jill Baker
Conference Fast Facts
If Acceptance Does Not Mean Giving Up, What Does It Mean? by Robert A. Naseef, PhD
Wandering and Other Worries: Are You Prepared for an Autism or Dup15q Emergency? by Dennis Debbaudt
​Positive Behavior Support and Problem Behaviors: Multi-Component Interventions, Quality of Life and Identify Basic Causes
Vision Testing and Optometic Visual Training by Steve Gallop, OD
Educational Best Practices: What Should You Look for in a Program for Your Child with Dup15q Syndrome? by Barbara Haas Givler, MED, BCBA
​IDEAS 2010 Year-End Financial Report by Tom Doyle
Our Lives Changed by Deb & Bruce Lindgren
Family Favorites: Must-Haves for Traveling
Cheers to Our Volunteers: Kadi Luchsinger and Cindy Johnson
In Memoriam: Anna Miller
My Friend Ethan: A Story by Ethan's Friends by Andrew, Kiera and Cassandra

(eye exam, memory, memorial)