NAPSEC Annual Leadership Conference
January 15-18, 2023
The Hotel Monteleone New Orleans, LA
National Association of Private Special Education Centers
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The National Association of Private Special Education Centers (NAPSEC) was established in 1971 as a nonprofit association with the vision of supporting access to appropriate special education programs as vital components of the continuum. NAPSEC currently represents over 200 programs nationally and over 400 at the state level through the Council of Affiliated State Associations (CASA). NAPSEC members include private early intervention providers, schools, residential therapeutic centers, and adult living programs across the United States. Although NAPSEC programs are diverse in the services they provide, all strive to guarantee that each individual’s unique needs are met on an individualized basis in order to achieve his or her maximum potential. NAPSEC is the only national association that exclusively represents private special education programs.
To learn more about NAPSEC and the benefits of membership visit our website at napsec.org.
ID: On a pale yellow square background are three photographs of paintings. At left is a close-up portrait of a person with medium-tan skin, brown eyes, and long brown hair, with a reddish mark on the chin, looking down at the viewer. In the middle is a person with medium-brown skin, short brown hair, a curly brown beard, and dark red lips wearing glasses and smiling with eyes closed. At right is a person with long, wavy blonde hair, eyes looking into the distance, reddish-brown marks on the face, wearing a blue hat. Around these images, the text reads: “Positive exposure presents vascular birthmark portrait show, portraits of beautiful vascular birthmarks on gorgeous faces and bodies. By Celina Leroy. Raising awareness and reducing stigma. Gallery opening Saturday, January 14, 2 to 4pm.14 E 109th St, New York, NY.
PHOTOVILLE An Educator Lab Workshop
10am – 4pm
Alexander Richman, MD and Charlotte Yudell, MD Lecture Series
on Humanism and Ethics in Medicine
Lecture Series on Humanism and Ethics in Medicine
Positive Exposure Seeing Beyond Diagnosis
Thursday, November 10 6-730pm
Guggenheim Pavilion East, Hatch Auditorium 1468 Madison Avenue
Oregon Resource Association Conference: Eugene, OR
Positive Exposure Keynote and Workshop: oregonresource.org
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Join us October 11-12 in Philadelphia for the ANCC Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD) Summit! This inspiring and fun-filled event will be held just before the 2022 National Magnet Conference® and Pathway to Excellence Conference®.
NCPD is the catalyst to motivate nurses to fuel their professional practice and cultivate innovation. You will leave feeling empowered, engaged, and energized as part of a practice community that uses professional development to prepare nurses to drive change and achieve key results.
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Gold Feather Here
Text: Leading. Learning.
October 11-12, 2022
ANCC: American Nurses Credentialing Center
NCPD: Nurses Continuing Professional Development
We are very excited to announce our newest exhibit to celebrate our shared humanity.
Please join us, and Rick Guidotti, at a special opening event for participants and their families on Thursday September 22nd from 4:30-6pm. There will be space to ask questions and share stories about the experience working on this project together. Feel free to share your own photos and videos of the evening using the hashtags below.
The exhibit will remain installed after Thursday for the larger community to visit until December 14th. Please tell friends, families and your communities about this project via email and social media.
When? Wednesday, September 22nd- December 14th, 2022
Where? Brown Medical Education Building; 222 Richmond Street, Providence, RI
The gallery is open to the public Monday-Friday 8:30- 5pm. No reservations or tickets necessary.
We are very excited about this community collaboration to raise awareness about the importance of diverse perspectives and celebrate individuality.
PRISMA & Positive Exposure
Estamos muy emocionados de anunciar nuestra mas reciente exhibición de fotos con el fin de celebrar nuestra humanidad compartida.
Únete a nosotros y a Rick Guidotti en un evento especial de apertura de la exhibición de fotos para los participantes y sus familias el jueves 22 de septiembre de 4:30 pm a 6:00 pm. Tendremos un espacio para poder hacer preguntas y compartir historias sobre la experiencia de trabajar juntos en este proyecto. Siéntete libre de tomar sus fotos y videos durante toda la noche, y compartirlas en tus medios sociales usando los hastags abajo.
La exhibición permanecerá instalada después del jueves para que la comunidad en general pueda visitarla hasta el 14 de Diciembre. Dile a tus amigos, familiares y tu comunidad sobre este proyecto por correo electrónico y redes sociales.
Achieving Equitable Oral Health for those with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Promise, A Pledge, A Plan
University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Medicine
California Dental Association
Simply Brilliant Art and Science of Dentistry
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Lecture: TOURO University
“Diverse Perspectives on Developmental Medicine” (Virtual)
Rick Guidotti will share his journey as a fashion photographer disenchanted with the narrow parameters of the beauty standards to forming Positive Exposure, a non profit that celebrates the beauty and richness of our shared humanity.
The National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation, NOAH
Experience the Magic!NOAH’s 19th National Conference
Orlando FL July 14-17 2022
June 23 – June 28
June 21- 23
Virtual Presentation: 10:30 EST
Pitt Dental Medicine, in recognition of the 30th anniversary of the American Disabilities Act, and building on more than half a century of caring for individuals with special care needs, presents a three part continuing education webinar series. The course will consist of 9 hours of accredited CE Credit. This course features speakers from multiple disciplines, promoting the incorporation of special care dentistry into your practice and to highlight available community resources.
The objective of the course is to promote increased access to dental care for patients with disabilities through the education of practicing dental clinicians.