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Florida Consortium on Inclusive Higher Education | 6th Annual Hartwick Symposium

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6th Annual Hartwick Symposium


September 29, 2016 @ 8:00 am - October 1, 2016 @ 5:00 pm

Conference Proceedings

Book-It to the Book Club to Increase Literacy and Social Skills!

Leah Plocharczyk, Assistant Director of the John D MacArthur Campus Library, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/Book_it_to_Book_Club!.pdf

 

Career Source Partnerships

Samora Cunningham, Disability Financial Success Coach, and Luz Arcila Career Source, Fort Lauderdale, FL
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/Career_Source.pdf

 

Career and Technical Education: Who, what, when, where, why?

Jane Silveria, Program Specialist, Florida Department of Education, Career, and Adult Education, Tallahassee, FL.
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/FL_Department_of_Education.pdf

 

Critical Pathways to Adulthood: A Curriculum for Health Literacy, Communication and Self-Advocacy

Janet Hess, Ph.D., Assistant Professor/Project Director, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/My_Health_Care.pdf

 

Developing an Engaging and Sustainable Mentoring Program

Eric Vaughan, Coordinator and Danie Roberts-Dahm, Director, Project 10 STING RAY, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/USFSP_Mentor_Presentation_93016.pdf

 

Florida Developmental Disabilities Council (FDDC) Initiatives Transitioning Students with ID to Post-secondary Education

Rick Lockenbach, Esq., Attorney, Florida Developmental Disabilities Council, Inc. Tallahassee, FL
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/FDDC.pdf

Exploring Programs of Study & Course Progression Frameworks: Profiles Throughout the State

Danie Roberts-Dahm, Director, Project 10 STING RAY, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL, and Kathy Becht, Ph.D., Director, Florida Consortium on Inclusive Higher Education, Orlando, FL
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/Hartwick_ProOStudy2016_92916.pdf

 

STAR GAZING: How the STAR PCP Guides Students’ Goals & Outcomes in STING RAY

Danie Roberts-Dahm, Director,  and Eric Vaughan, Coordinator, Project 10 STING RAY, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL
http://prezi.com/9gvwkjjmu-ds/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

 

Supporting the Development of Postsecondary Transition Programming  for Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Luncheon Keynotes:
Nicholas and Janelle Espinosa, Project Panther LIFE student and parent
A Self-Advocate’s College Perspective
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/Janelle_and_Nick_Keynote.pdf

 

FDDC: Implementing Inclusive Career & Technical Education (CTE) Models in Florida

Vivian Vieta, Ed.D, Robert Morgan ECTC and Rachel Rippey, M.S. Florida State College at Jacksonville
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/Hartwick_Presentation_Sept_28_VCVieta.pdf

 

Understanding the Essential Program Elements for an Effective Post-Secondary Program for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Susan Richmond, Coordinator and Christine Hugh, Employment Specialist, The Learning Academy, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
http://www.fltpsid.info/files/The_Learning_Academy.pdf

Mini-Grant Live Q & A Web-Meeting 1

(Recorded Web Meeting from May 25th, 2016)
http://ucf.adobeconnect.com/p3tlcd7yb0a/
Kathy Becht from UCF takes attendees through the FCIHE Mini-Grant application and requirements.

 

Completing the Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP) Application

(Recorded webinar from May 24th, 2016)
Completing the CTP Application Webinar5_24_16

Jordan Knab from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg will take you through the application, step by step. Ideas will be provided about how to go about the curriculum structure and how to identify satisfactory academic progress, two essential components within the application.

 

Florida Consortium on Inclusive Higher Education: Opportunities for Students with Intellectual Disabilities to go to College!

http://fcihe.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/VISIONS-XXIII2016_FCIHE.pdf
Presented at the Florida Division on Career Development and Transition (FLDCDT) 2016 VISIONS Conference and Transition Planning Institute on April 27-28, 2016 in Lake Mary, Florida.
Presenters: Kathy Becht, Florida Consortium on Inclusive Higher Education; L. Danielle Roberts-Dahm, Jordan Knab, Jill Brookner, Rachel Rippey, Diana Valle-Riestra
The Florida Consortium on Inclusive Higher Education leadership team will discuss the future of inclusive higher education in Florida, including the goals for the Consortium in enhancing post-secondary programs for students with intellectual disabilities (ID) and how the federal TPSID grant has been utilized to support program development statewide. Valuable information and resources will be shared for both new and existing programs.

 

STAR GAZING: How the STAR PCP Guides Students’ Goals and Outcomes in STING RAY

https://prezi.com/9gvwkjjmu-ds/star-gazing-how-the-star-pcp-guides-students-goals-outco/
Presented at the Florida Division on Career Development and Transition (FLDCDT) 2016 VISIONS Conference and Transition Planning Institute on April 27-28, 2016 in Lake Mary, Florida.
Presenters: L. Danielle Roberts-Dahm and Eric Vaughan, Project 10 STING RAY
This presentation detailed how Project 10 STING RAY employs the STAR (Students Transitioning into Adult Roles) PCP (Person Center Planning) to facilitate an efficient and interactive process for students transitioning into and out of an inclusive postsecondary education program. Using the STAR PCP as a framework and starting point, the presenters described the unique aspects of the student experience with STING RAY.

 

Transition Postsecondary Education Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities (TPSID) and Comprehensive Transition Programs (CTP) Updates

http://www.fltpsid.info/files/Florida_College_System_Equity_Conference102915.pdf
Presented at the Florida College System Equity Conference on October 28-29, 2015 at Pasco-Hernando State College, Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch in Wesley Chapel, Florida.

Panel Discussion: Dr. Adam Meyer, Director, Student Accessibility Services, University of Central Florida; L. Danielle Roberts-Dahm, Director, Project 10 STING RAY University of South Florida St. Petersburg; Diana Valle-Riestra, Director of Project Panther LIFE: Learning Is For Everyone, Florida International University; Rachel Rippey, Project Achieve Coordinator, Florida State College at Jacksonville



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