Training opportunities and events open to the community at large that are offered by UAA Center for Human Development.
Friendships & Dating is a preventative program designed to teach adults with intellectual and related developmental disabilities how to develop and maintain healthy relationships and prevent interpersonal violence.
The Full Lives Conference features national and Alaskan experts on key issues that affect direct service staff and the people they support. Presentations are provided on a wide variety of topics, allowing attendees to choose sessions based on their personal and professional interests.
Alaska LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) provides graduate-level interdisciplinary leadership training for individuals who have a commitment to providing family-centered coordinated systems of health care and related services.
A program that promotes advocacy and leadership skills to individuals, family members and caregivers, through training, resources and networking opportunities.
Trust Training Cooperative (TTC) is a statewide cooperative effort to address workforce training needs. TTC promotes career development opportunities for direct service workers and their supervisors engaged with Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority beneficiaries.