AUCD Executive Director Andrew J. Imparato, JD and Marty Blair in a meeting with RTC:Rural.
"Imparato's work has been recognized by the Secretaries of Health and Human Services and Transportation, the US Junior Chamber of Commerce, the National Council on Independent Living, the National Association of the Deaf, and the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation. He has testified nine times before Committees of the US Senate and House of Representatives and has been interviewed on a wide range of disability issues by national television, radio and print media."
The Rural Institute is part of the AUCD national network of over 100 university-based programs that conduct research, training and advocacy to improve the quality of life of children and adults with disabilities. We are excited and honored to have a visit from Mr. Imparato.
The most recent issue of the Medical Home Portal's newsletter, The Portal Periodical, is nowonline. The Periodical is published quarterly to provide updates on changes and additions to Portal, alert users to relevant news & information, and solicit feedback to improve the Portal.
In this issue (Click Here):
- The Portal Wants to Know Your Location
- Utah Medical Home Portal Visitors Can Get More Help
- How To Use the Portal Videos
- Service Provider Lists
- New & Updated Portal Content
AMCHP (Association of Maternal & Child Health Program)Overview
2016-18 Learn the Signs. Act Early. State Systems Grants
Goals: Maintain/expand the state ASD/DD team partnerships and activities, with a focus on serving rural and remote communities and working in reservation-serving areas and through tribal health services
Activity Areas: Engage current partners in rural/ frontier communities, build their training capacity, then mentor them in the training process; Partner with the Montana Parent Training Information Center and Montana’s Children with Special Health Services Bureau to target the dissemination of print and electronic family-engaged developmental monitoring tools and resource information statewide; Focus screening (e.g., M-CHAT) training and resource dissemination activities on extreme rural/ frontier communities; Continue information dissemination through the virtual Montana Autism Center.