The Interdisciplinary Community Education (ICE) Workshop Series present state-of-the-art programs on interdisciplinary practice.
Topics address quality of life issues across the life span for persons with neurodevelopmental and related disabilities, children with special health care needs, and their families.
Sessions focus on current and future directions in family-centered prevention and intervention approaches for diverse populations and address collaboration at local, state, and national levels.
Healthcare, mental health and social service personnel, nurses, teachers, therapists, direct care staff, family members, speech-language pathologists, and individuals with disabilities should attend.
Sessions are FREE however, advance registration is required for attendees. Students are highly encouraged to attend. There are fees associated with specific continuing education credit. See below for more details. View the Grievance Policy and Complaint Procedures for further information.
All sessions will take place at the Boling Center, located at 711 Jefferson Avenue in Memphis. Web-conferencing is available upon request through Adobe Connect.
A request for a remote viewing site requires a 10-day advanced notice to verify compatibility of equipment. Preference will be given to sites with at least five (5) participants. Attendees will be able to view and participate in discussion and interact with presenters. *Please note that remote site participants must register for the session.
Due to requests by participants the duration of ICEs has been amended. The time for each offering is listed below with the date. Please make a note of the start time for each ICE offering.
The final topics and speakers are now available. Please feel free to share these dates and times for the spring fall seminar series.
Boling Center - Room 613 (or online). Cost is FREE but space limited.