Virtual Conference 2022
IASSIDD has updated the traditional conference model for 2022 by offering a YEAR’S worth of learning. Each month during 2022, IASSIDD’s VIRTUAL CONFERENCE SERIES will feature either a full-day or half-day session. This series of virtual events will cover a wide range of topics and will also provide an amazing opportunity to connect and network with other people in the intellectual disability sector.
May 20 – People with Intellectual disabilities aging successfully across the globe
Jun 15 – Progress in accessing online education and training
Jul 7 – Trauma based interventions: Sexuality and relationships
Aug 4 – Uses and misuses of medications; Treatment and mortality during COVID-19
Sep 15 – Health inequities during COVID-19 and beyond
Sep 29 – 30 – International developments in supported decision making
Oct 19 – Down syndrome around the world
Nov 16 – Quality Support for Quality of Life in a changing world
Dec 6 – Behavioral and mental health and the criminal justice system
- Access to all sessions
- Recordings of the sessions where available
- A certificate of attendance
- IASSIDD Member – USD$175
- Non-member – USD$225 (become a member and save $50 – JOIN HERE)
- Student – USD$95
- LMIC – USD$95 (check eligibility)
- PWD – USD$95
- People without Funding – USD$95
- Group Registrations – 10+ staff members – USD$140 per person
Please fill out the group booking form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many of the sessions will be recorded and made available to registered conference delegates. Select the recordings from the Virtual Conference menu.
Call for Presentations
IASSIDD is calling for proposals to present at its 12-month 2022 Virtual International Conference Series.
To submit a proposal:
- DOWNLOAD THE FORM
- Complete and save the file
- Submit separate forms for each proposal
- Email the completed form(s) to: email@example.com
Please note that all presenters will be required to register for the conference series.
IASSIDD Virtual Conference Session: Sexuality and Relationships is calling for proposals