TAP/IDHD/LEND Webinar Series
Learn the latest in cutting edge research, practice, and policy.
TAP/IDHD/LEND webinars offer timely information and may be viewed at your convenience without the expense of travel. Professionals supporting this series are experts in a wide-range of disability topics. This webinar series is designed to promote and enhance our relationships with the Illinois disability community. CEUs will be offered for select webinars.
Questions? Contact Jae Jin Pak.
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You may request free continuing education units (CEUs) for live TAP/IDHD/LEND webinars. To receive CEUs, you must submit a request prior to each webinar. CEU’s will not be available retroactively. You must participate in the full-length of a live webinar to receive CEUs. You must log in to the webinar and your full first and last name exactly how you listed it in your registration profile so we can match your attendance. Your certificate will be emailed to you within two weeks after the conclusion of each webinar.
License types provided
- Advanced practice nurse, registered nurse and licensed practical nurse
- Clinical psychologist
- Licensed clinical social worker, licensed social worker, licensed professional counselor and licensed clinical professional counselor
- Licensed dietitian nutritionist
- Nursing home administrator
- Occupational therapist
- Physical therapist
- Speech language pathologist
- Qualified intellectual disability professional (no license number)
Current live webinars Heading link
Following is a list of available free CEU live webinar offerings.
Overview of the History of Special Education Rights
In this presentation, we will delve into the historical evolution of support for families and individuals with
disabilities, particularly in the context of special education. We’ll explore a time when there was no federal
special education law and the pivotal legal cases of Parc and Mills, which set the stage for the Education for all
Handicapped Act, the very first special education law, now known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education
Kristina Rios, Ph.D.
The Eight Components of an Individualized Education Program (IEP)
This presentation will comprehensively explore the eight essential components that make up an Individualized
Education Program (IEP). We will delve into the key elements that contribute to a well-rounded and tailored
educational program for students with disabilities.
Kristina Rios, Ph.D.
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Live captioning is provided during the session via Streamtext. Instructions on how to access the captions will be provided during the webinar. View how captioning works with Streamtext.