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Adults with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (AIDD)
Law Clinic Community Roundtable and Conference

Legal, Health, and Social Vulnerabilities in the AIDD Community:

Reflections on the Impact of COVID-19 and Emergency Planning

DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this event is to foster discussion on the legal, social, and governmental responses to individuals within the AIDD community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Critical examination and evaluation of these responses will strengthen our insight and knowledge of the particular vulnerabilities faced by individuals within the AIDD community and help advance a more meaningful approach to emergency planning.

Join NSU Law as we host the Third AIDD Law Clinic Roundtable and Conference. Judges, legal professionals, advocates, and members of the community impacted by intellectual and developmental disabilities, will come together again to network, learn, and plan strategic responses to address the legal needs of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This year’s Roundtable will include a CLE opportunity with confirmed speakers from the local bench and bar. 


Speakers, Moderators, and Panelists include:
SPEAKERS
The Honorable Judge Charles M. Greene, 17th Judicial Circuit
MODERATORS
• Susan Kabot, EdD, CCC-SLP, Adjunct Faculty, Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice
Ed O’Sheehan , Staff Judge Advocate for the Florida Army National Guard
PANELISTS
Dennis Haas, J.D., President & CEO, ARC Broward 
• Silvia Gil, M.S.Ed., Manager, The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Transition and Adult Programs, UM-NSU CARD Miramar Branch Office 
• Lauren Ferguson, Director of Educational Services, Dan Marino Foundation  
Felicia Jordan, Director of Social Security Representative Payee Program, Disability Rights Florida  
The Honorable Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren, 17th Judicial Circuit   

 




The Adults with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Law Clinic at Shepard Broad College of Law was made possible by the generous support of The Taft Foundation.

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