Become an FCIC Trainee!
You are eligible to become an FCIC trainee if you participate in these interdisciplinary training programs and activities of FCIC.
The Innovations series offers monthly lectures on research solutions and perspectives on issues related to supporting individuals with developmental disabilities. Invited speakers share innovations in medicine, education, mental health services, applied behavior analysis, psychology, communication sciences, engineering, and other fields. In addition, parents and individuals with developmental disabilities present on the impact of these innovations on the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities. Students are encouraged to participate in the series with a cohort of other students from disciplines across campus including Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Public Health, and Medicine. Seminars run monthly from fall to spring. Please bring your lunch and join us! For more information, contact Tanisha Clarke-Dobney.
2013 Training Seminars
Title: IRS 2012 and YOU
Presenter: Margaret O’Malley Senior Tax Consultant, IRS
Webinar Description: Participants will receive current and accurate information relating to the 2012 Federal Income Tax season, resources and materials available on the IRS website, general federal income tax information, and receive answers to questions about various rules and forms. The presenter will also cover the following specific items: "What's new for the 2012 Federal Income Tax season" "Filing options" "Federal Income Tax information for taxpayers with disabilities"
Date: February 20, 2013 Time: 40.20 minutes
Title: Health Benefits and Your Financial Management
Presenter: Rocio (Rosie) D. Paulsen, Owner of Food Faith Insurance Services
Webinar Description: Objective: To educate attendees on basic Health Insurance, Terms and information:
Date: March 20, 2013 Time: 26.46 minutes
Title: Successful Transition To Workforce through Third Party Cooperative Arrangement: A Vocational Rehabilitation and Wakulla School District Partnership
Presenters: Vicki Strickland, MS Employment Specialist Wakulla School District and Konni Wells, MS, CRC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Webinar Description: Students in their transition years at school supported in partnership with Division of Vocational Rehabilitation leave the school system through a seamless transition into adult life after high school with paid employment. Participants of this webinar will hear from Wakulla School District transition educator and local area DVR Transition Counselor share effective strategies, promising practices, and success stories of students supported by the Third Party Cooperative Arrangement and how students successfully transitioned into the adult workforce. Strategies include how the school district, Employment Specialist, and VR counselors work together to ensure the success of students who are active with DVR are prepared for adult life after high school to gain paid employment.
Date: April 17, 2013 Time: 52.15 minutes
Past Training Seminars
Note: Interdisciplinary training seminars are archived for two years. Previous archives are not available.