LoneStar LEND seeks a Family Faculty Candidate
The LoneStar LEND invites nominations and applications to fill an open position with the LEND training program. The full position description and application instructions are available below:
The LoneStar LEND is a collaborative effort between UTHealth, University of Houston, Texas Women’s University, University of Houston- Clear Lake and Baylor College of Medicine. Its purpose is to improve global service delivery, including increased identification and diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum and other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (ASD/ND), to children with ASD/ND across the state of Texas in the Core Disciplines. This is accomplished by providing training in the Texas Medical Center and across the entire state through a Distance Learning Initiative and annual conference.
The LoneStar LEND mission particularly promotes underrepresented and underserved children across Texas, teaching cultural and linguistic competency and family-centered care in an interdisciplinary model to produce future leaders equipped to serve children with ASD/ND.Education
LEND Core Disciplines:
Advocacy, Bioethics, Cultural Diversity & Competence, Disability Law, Leadership, Public Health, Texas State
The LoneStar LEND seeks to create leaders in the field of Autistic Spectrum and other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (ASD/ND) through an interdisciplinary training model focusing on leadership, cultural competence and evidence-based practice. Opportunities are available for students, health care professionals, parents, teachers, and the general public through our many education programs.
The application for the 2014-15 LEND Program is open. Application deadline is April 11, 2014.
The LoneStar LEND program is funded by Grant no. T73MC22236 from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). We are part of a national network of Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) programs funded by HRSA, Maternal and Child Health Bureau.