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Current DADD Express Newsletter
DADD Express - Spring 2017 Vol 28 Number 1
• Teachers' Corner
• President's Message
• DADD Showcase at CEC in Boston
• Executive Director's Corner
• Law Brief
• Students' Corner
• Join a DADD Committee
• Editor's Note
• Changes to FOCUS
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DADD Express Archives
2010
DADD Express - <!--20104--> Winter 2010 (Volume 21, Number 4) (PDF)
  • Teacher's Corner - Self-Management Across the Autism Spectrum
  • President's Message
  • What Can You Expect from DADD at the 2011 CEC Convention?
  • New DADD Critical Issue Paper Summary: Beyond Time Out and Table Time: Today’s Applied Behavior Analysis for Students with Autism
  • Update on the new DADD Website
  • Think College: College Options for Students with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities
  • Criteria for DADD Awards and CALL for Nominations
DADD Express - <!--20103-->Fall 2010 (Volume 21, Number 3) (PDF)
  • Teacher's Corner: Incorporating Functional Skills into Classroom Routines
  • President's Message
  • CEC Nashville
  • Conference Highlights
  • Newly Appointed DADD Publications Chairperson: Dr. Michael Wehmeyer
  • Diversity Committee News
  • Executive Director’s Corner
  • Membership and Unit Development Committee News
DADD Express - <!--20102-->Summer 2010 (Volume 21, Number 2) (PDF)
  • Teacher's Corner: Preparing Students with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities for the Postsecondary Education Experience
  • President's Message
  • Look! I’m in College! DVD
  • Reviewers Needed for 2011 Conference Proposals
  • Sixth Biennial Dolly Gray Children’s Literature Award
  • 12th International Conference on Autism, Intellectual Disabilities & Other Developmental Disabilities
  • Membership and Unit Development Committee News
  • Join a DADD Committee
  • Student's Corner
  • About the CEC-DADD Practitioner and Student Awards
DADD Express -<!--20102--> Spring 2010 (Volume 21, Number 2) (PDF)
  • Teacher's Corner: Activity Schedules for Individuals with Autism and Other Intellectual Challenges
  • President's Message
  • Meet the New DADD Board Members
  • Membership and Unit Development Committee Report
  • DADD at 2010 CEC in Nashville
  • Diversity Committee Report
  • DADD Prism Series Publication
  • Write a Proposal for CEC 2011
  • New Way to Search Databases and the Internet for Information on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  • Ad Hoc Professional Standards Committee Report
  • Executive Director’s Corner
  • Student's Corner
2009
DDD Express - <!--20094-->Winter 2009 (Volume 20, Number 4) (PDF)
  • DDD Pays Tribute to Senator Edward Kennedy and Mrs. Eunice Kennedy
  • President's Message
  • DDD Changes Its Name
  • DDD Recognizes Extraordinary Service of Journal Editor Dr. Stan Zucker
  • 12th International Conference on Autism, Intellectual Disabilities & Other Developmental Disabilities
  • CEC-DDD Annual Awards
  • Write a Proposal for CEC 2011
  • Teacher's Corner: What Teachers Need to Know About Section 504
  • DADD at 2010 CEC in Nashville
  • Student's Corner
  • Executive Director’s Corner
  • Membership and Unit Development Committee News
  • JOIN A DDD Committee!
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The DADD Board of Directors supports the American Academy of Pediatrics Recommended Immunization Schedule for Persons Aged 0 through 18 years of age. Over two dozen epidemiological studies failed to identify a causal relationship between vaccinations and autism. The initial research that suggested such a relationship has been discredited. We recommend all families discuss vaccinations with their family health care provider on how best to maintain the health and safety of their child and those who cannot be immunized due to medical reasons. 

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Events
Download the 2010 DADD Showcase Sessions. Presenters included Robert A. Stodden, Dianne Zager, and Debra Hart speaking about "Preparing Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disabilities for Postsecondary Education and Employment"
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