Welcome to the University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) at Georgetown University. The mission of the Georgetown University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities is to advance self-determination among the diversity of people with developmental and other disabilities and their families, throughout the life course, and advocate for their full participation in all aspects of community life.
DDA Health Initiative The Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development, University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (GU-UCEDD) conducts a quality assurance and improvement initiative to assist the District of Columbia's Developmental ... Read More
The GU Certificate in Early Intervention (GU CEI) will teach you the critical skills needed to:
• Provide contemporary evidence based services and support;
• Work collaboratively with families to design responsive functional outcomes and program plans;
• Support team members to serve children and families in an integrated and comprehensive system of care.
- AUCD Diversity Scholar Fellow and CAC member, Chioma Oru, co-writes an opinion in the Washington Post on the need for transparent policies in charter schools. Read More
- Apply by May 15:
GEORGE is an interdisciplinary training program for students during the final year of their professional preparation program.
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Liz Weintraub from AUCD chats with Tawara Goode, director of the Georgetown UCEDD, about what culture and diversity mean, how culture influences perceptions and beliefs about disability, and cultural considerations in healthcare.
- UCEDD Director recognized in the ASPHN Black History Month celebration and acknowledgment
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