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  • HDI - Home
    the importance of planning for the future services and informal supports supported decision making and guardianship supplemental and special needs trusts and the Able Act Kentucky Sibling Leadership Network Conference Denial is NOT a River in Egypt Read More Latest News Kentucky Sibling Leadership Network Conference Denial is NOT a River in Egypt February 2 2016 Joint Needs Assessment Report January 26 2016 Spring Seminar Toddlers and Technology January 20 2016 Welcoming a Newborn with Down Syndrome Book Now Available in Spanish Thanks to the Joseph P Kennedy Jr Foundation January 20 2016 Trainee Spotlight Mark Samudre January 19 2016 How Are We Doing Please take this two minute survey to review our website Thank you Sign Up for Our Quarterly Newsletter Email Subscribe Students Faculty and Researchers Get information on studying and researching developmental disability issues For Students Graduate Certificate in Developmental Disabilities Research Assistantship PDF For Faculty and Researchers HDI Evaluation Unit Helps researchers with data collection analysis and reporting Disability Connect Brochure UK Faculty and Staff Version PDF Supports UK staff who have a family member with an intellectual disability Learn More Professionals and Practitioners Find resources for educators medical providers service coordinators and others working with individuals with developmental disabilities Brighter Tomorrows Tutorials For medical providers delivering a diagnosis of Down syndrome CONNECT Modules Training for Early Childhood Professionals Recommended Measures in Early Childhood Screening PDF See more Individuals and Family Members Find the resources HDI offers for people with developmental disabilities and their families from before birth to adulthood National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Resources Kentucky Partnership for Early Childhood Services Supported Higher Education Project Supported Employment Training Project Self Advocacy Tips for Parents PDF Accessible Recreation Guide PDF Kentucky Public Transportation Services Available by County PDF See more Toddlers and Technology Friday February

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  • HDI - Staff Directory
    Kathy Sheppard Jones PhD 859 257 8104 kjone uky edu Associate Director Jonathan Compton JD 859 257 6086 jfcomp0 email uky edu Retired Director Harold Kleinert EdD 859 257 3045 hklein uky edu Pre service Training Coordinator Walt Bower Ph D 859 257 3360 walt bower uky edu Director of Evaluations Chithra Adams 859 218 0245 chithra adams uky edu Information Technology Matt Renfroe 859 257 0513 matt renfroe uky edu Information Services Director Stephanie Meredith MA 404 828 0290 stephanie meredith uky edu Rehabilitation Technology Christina Espinosa ctespinosa uky edu National Center for Prenatal and Postnatal Resources Stephanie Meredith MA 404 828 0290 stephanie meredith uky edu Health and Wellness Lindsey Mullis 859 218 4064 lcpowe5 uky edu Supported Higher Education Project SHEP Barry Whaley barry whaley uky edu Dartmouth Supported Employment Project IPS Lindsey Emberton lindsey emberton uky edu Supported Employment Training ProjectPutting Faith to Work Endeavor for Excellence Projects Milton Tyree mtyree uky edu Sibling Leadership Network Carolyn Wheeler carolynb wheeler uky edu Early Childhood Projects Patti Singleton 859 257 4913 patti naber uky edu Home Modifications and Home AssessmentsStatewide Independent Living Contract Consumer Satisfaction for Office for Blind Christina Espinosa ctespinosa uky edu KY Peer Support Network Project Patti Parsons 859 218 1338 patti logsdon parsons uky edu National Center and State Collaborative Jacqui Kearns jacqueline kearns uky edu College and Career Readiness InitiativeKY Post School Outcomes Center KYPSO Beth HarrisonTony Lobianco bharris uky edutony lobianco uky edu Community Based Work Transition Project Meada Hall meada hall uky edu Kentucky Alternate Assessment Program Jaci Norman jacqueline norman uky edu Toddlers and Technology Friday February 5th 2016 1 00 PM EST 3 00 PM EST Much has been written in both research and popular media about the positive and negative effects of technology and screen time on

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  • HDI - Contact Us
    Other Sites Please contact us using the form below or visit our staff directory Full Name E Mail Subject Message Toddlers and Technology Friday February 5th 2016 1 00 PM EST 3 00 PM EST Much has been written in both research and popular media about the positive and negative effects of technology and screen time on young children This seminar will review recent data on the use of technology

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  • HDI - Acerca del Instituto del Desarrollo Humano
    incluyen las siguientes áreas primera infancia educación y evaluación alternativa servicios de transición a través de toda la vida empleo vida en la comunidad y preparación de personal Nuestra Historia Establecido en 1969 el Instituto del Desarrollo Humano es una unidad que pertenece a la Oficina del Vicepresidente de Investigación de la Universidad de Kentucky y forma parte de una red nacional de Centros Universitarios para la Excelencia Estos centros fueron establecidos bajo legislación federal para promover un enfoque de equipo para proporcionar servicios para individuos con discapacidades y sus familias El HDI Instituto del Desarrollo Humano junto con su agencia hermana el Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities Consejo Estatal de Discapacidades en el Desarrollo y la Kentucky Division of Protection and Advocacy División de Protección y Abogacía de Kentucky forman la red nacional Developmental Disabilities Network Red de Discapacidades en el Desarrollo Esta red está financiada a través de la ley promulgada en el año 2000 llamada Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act Ley de Asistencia para las Discapacidades en el Desarrollo y Derechos Humanos la cual es administrada por la U S Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Administration on Community Living Administración de Discapacidades Intelectuales y en el Desarrollo de los Estados Unidos Administración de Servicios en la Comunidad U S Department of Health and Human Services Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos Desde un principio el Instituto se ha esforzado para mejorar la vida de individuos con discapacidades Promoviendo independencia productividad e inclusión para personas con discapacidades y sus familias a través de toda su vida En el HDI Instituto del Desarrollo Humano desarrollamos estrategias que impulsan la tecnología de vanguardia y nos esforzamos por ser líderes dentro de la comunidad universitaria el estado y la nación mientras trabajamos a favor de nuestra ambiciosa

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  • HDI - About HDI
    for individuals with disabilities their families and the community The Institute provides a strong foundation for more than 40 research training and service projects addressing a wide range of topics and issues in areas such as early childhood education and alternate assessment transition across the lifespan employment community living and personnel preparation Our History Established in 1969 HDI is a unit of the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research at the University of Kentucky and part of a nationwide network of University Centers for Excellence The Centers were established by federal legislation to promote team based approaches to provide services for individuals with disabilities and their families HDI and its sister agencies the Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities and the Kentucky Division of Protection and Advocacy form the state s Developmental Disability Network This network is funded through the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 2000 and is administered through the U S Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Administration on Community Living U S Department of Health and Human Services Since its inception the Institute has worked to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities At HDI we develop strategies that promote independence productivity and inclusion throughout life for persons with disabilities and we strive to be leaders within the University community the state and the nation as we work within our challenging and complex mission About HDI About HDI Our Mission Our Vision The Burberry Award Consumer Advisory Council CAC Members CAC By laws CAC Meeting Minutes Staff Directory How Are We Doing Please take this two minute survey to review our website Thank you Sign Up for Our Quarterly Newsletter Email Subscribe Toddlers and Technology Friday February 5th 2016 1 00 PM EST 3 00 PM EST Much has been written in

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  • HDI - Our Mission
    Testimonials Other Sites Our Mission To promote the inclusion independence and contributions of people with disabilities and their families throughout the lifespan We achieve our mission through education research and evaluation information sharing leadership and advocacy across Kentucky and the nation Our Core Values The following principles guide all of our interactions We strive for cultural and linguistic competence in all of our work and products We demonstrate respect for all individuals We promote self determination through individual communication learning choices and self advocacy We work for full access in education work health housing recreation and relationships across our communities We cultivate both individual and organization learning We engage in open and responsive communication and We foster creativity flexibility and collaboration Our State and Federal Partners HDI s work is funded by such federal and state agencies as U S Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs U S Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities U S Administration on Community Living Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Division of Child Care Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department for Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disabilities Kentucky Department of Education Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities About HDI About HDI Our Mission Our Vision The Burberry Award Consumer Advisory Council CAC Members CAC By laws CAC Meeting Minutes Staff Directory How Are We Doing Please take this two minute survey to review our website Thank you Sign Up for Our Quarterly Newsletter Email Subscribe Toddlers and Technology Friday February 5th 2016 1 00 PM EST 3 00 PM EST Much has been written in both research and popular media about the positive and negative effects of technology and screen time on young children This seminar will review recent data on the use of technology in

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  • HDI - Our Vision
    employment adequate affordable housing accessible transportation continuing education religious fellowship and worship associational and civic memberships and adequate health care The rights of persons with disabilities and their families are honored respected and protected in all areas of their lives At HDI we see ourselves actively engaged in bringing these conditions to bear within Kentucky and within the states we serve by focusing on interdisciplinary education research and development information sharing advocacy and outreach We will work actively within the University community to ensure that students who plan future work in disability related services will have access to interdisciplinary research based training experiences involving direct interactions with persons with disabilities and their families HDI will promote and conduct research development and model demonstration efforts to continually improve state of the art best practices and services We will act as an accessible information resource actively sharing our knowledge of resources and best practices with those who administer services and supports and those they serve HDI staff will provide outreach services and consultation to agency staff to identify and resolve the challenges involved in promoting and achieving independence productivity and inclusion of persons with disabilities and their families throughout life We will continue to work in conjunction with families and consumers advocating for needed resources and services at all levels The Institute will perform these activities within Kentucky and throughout the nation to help improve the lives of persons with disabilities and their families HDI will remain proactive and progressive as we garner the resources that support our vision and expand the relationships that help us serve as a leader in critical areas of need We will seek funding from a variety of sources within Kentucky and nationwide capitalizing on our long history and strong reputation as a University Center for Excellence HDI will maintain an on campus presence in a fully accessible facility that is convenient and comfortable for agency personnel and consumers to utilize as a resource for training and information sharing We will continue to recruit and employ a highly qualified and diverse staff dedicated to our vision and mission That staff will be effectively trained to use technology to remain connected to those we serve within our state and nation In order to remain successful in these areas HDI must continue to engage people with disabilities and families to help us more fully understand the breadth of their needs and to develop and evaluate interventions that meet those needs This must be done in conjunction with continuing collaboration with state and local agencies to enhance the impact of our efforts To achieve our vision we must also look within This involves linking our personal visions with those of our University our collaborators and our consumers Internally we must become an increasingly cohesive entity HDI will be organized to allow us to work effectively and efficiently toward our goals We will orient new staff in ways that ensure feelings of competence and belonging and succeed in maintaining our positive

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  • HDI - The Burberry Award
    written word using a computer which was adapted for him Access to the Internet and electronic mail opened the world to him and allowed him to communicate more freely with his friends colleagues and relatives Kevin also utilized very sophisticated augmentative communication technology to talk with friends give classroom presentations and speeches He was a member of the Board of the Bluegrass Technology Center a founding member of the Kentucky Assistive Technology Loan Corporation and worked for the University of Kentucky Human Development Institute where he served as a consultant for a medical curriculum regarding people with disabilities and presented seminars for students and staff Kevin s patience intelligence kindness and determination to succeed in his academic work were an inspiration to his fellow students and faculty He lived fully and completely and his exemplary life touched many showing what can be accomplished with determination and courage to face the unknown His deep and abiding faith in God was reflected in his poignant writings and gave him strength The Human Development Institute at the University of Kentucky is proud to honor Kevin s memory by presenting an award in his name each year The Paul Kevin Burberry Award is given annually to a student who is associated with HDI via our Graduate Certificate Research Assistantship practicum student or other significant Institute involvement has demonstrated a strong commitment to people with disabilities through university and community projects and experiences has demonstrated the leadership qualities exemplified by Kevin s own life and has demonstrated a commitment to academic excellence in his or her chosen field of endeavor as indicated by course achievements presentations or publications Kevin was such a shining star and source of inspiration for all people Harold Kleinert executive director of the Institute said We are very excited to be

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