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Holiday reading list from the CPD

Sue Reeves

12/20/2013

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Selina and her dad
Selena and her dad share a smile after she gives her wheelchair a test run. The chair was provided by CReATE and given to Selena by school district staff

The CPD blog will be on holiday until January, but never fear—the 2013 CPD Holiday Reading List is here! And don't worry, there won't be a test. We’ve gathered blog posts and featured stories so you can explore several specific topics more in-depth. And if you’re in a social media mood, check out our Facebook page, “like” it if you haven’t already, and read the stories from other media that have been shared there.

Autism

Mom: ‘It was the first time she asked for anything’

ASSERT celebrates 10 years of success

CPD clinic offers interdisciplinary evaluation of autism

URLEND trainees prepare for hands-on ASSERT experience

Torres wins RGS seed grant

Changing behavior to change lives

CPD’s Torres presents seminar at Johns Hopkins

Assistive Technology

Making miracles in the AT lab

Getting assistive technology to people in need

Students change direction after service-learning experiences

Girl receives the gift of independence from CReATE

Wheelchair is freedom to those who use it

CReATE re-launches with new focus, larger selection

AgrAbility helps farmers and ranchers with disabilities

Engineering students build automated pill dispenser

CPD Divisions

Exemplary Services offers early intervention and more

Biomedical Division focuses on research, patient care

Real-world training for students enhances the University experience

Working professionals benefit from CPD training

Spreading the word about CPD research, activities and people

TAESE takes the hassle out of conference planning

2013 Recognition by CPD

CPD welcomes six new faculty fellows

UCC recognized as 2013 Community Partner of the Year

CPD employees honored for service

Congratulations to the 2013 CPD Volunteers of the Year

Phillips named 2013 Student of the Year

As always, we invite your comments on anything you see here.

From the CPD family to yours, have a very happy holiday season. The CPD blog will return on Jan. 6, 2014.

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