North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities

NDCPD Community Services

 

Upcoming Training Events

 

Workshops

Webinars

MSU Online Programs in DD

MSU Disabilities Studies Class

 

Current Services

 

Early Intervention (birth to three years old)

 

Infant Development Programs (serving Minot and the surrounding areas)

These programs support activities for identified infants (birth-3) who are developmentally delayed, high risk, or at risk at no cost to the families. In addition, these programs provide community-based services and family friendly activities to promote child and family development. For more information…

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Right Track

This program identifies infant and toddlers who may be at risk for Developmental Disabilities. Through home visits, regional coordinators provide developmental screenings, refer children to other services as appropriate, and provide developmental information to families.
For more information contact Dianne Bossart at 701-858-3054 or email dianne.bossert@minotstateu.edu.

 

Experienced Parent

This project provides information and support to parents with a child enrolled in Developmental Disabilities services including the Infant Development Programs. For more information contact Dianne Bossart at 701-858-3054 or email dianne.bossert@minotstateu.edu .

 

School Aged Children and Young Adults

 

Supporting Autism in North Dakota (SAND)

This program provides training, research, diagnostic and treatment services to North Dakota children and youth suspected or diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. For more information…

 

Great Plains Interdisciplinary Diagnostic Clinic (GPIC)

The Great Plains Interdisciplinary Diagnostic Clinic (GPIC) is funded through the North Dakota Department of Health through the Children’s Special Health Services Division.  The project is designed to conduct regionally located diagnostic services in two locations in North Dakota.  The project’s goals are (1) conduct four ASD assessment clinics annually in an interdisciplinary manner, (2) increase Collaboration among community partners, and (3) develop written resources for families of young children diagnosed with ASD.

 

Remote Realtime Captioning (RROC)

RROC is a service for people with a wide variety of learning, language, and hearing disabilities. This service was designed to translate speech into print, providing accessibility to information presented in classrooms, conferences, workshops and employment settings. For more information...

 

Older Adults

 

ND Senior Medicare Patrol

This project provides education and one-on-one services that enable ND seniors and their caregivers to decrease the potential for healthcare errors, fraud and abuse. For more information contact Linda Madsen at 701-858-3424 or email linda.madsen@minotstateu.edu

 

 

Community Service & Training Coordinator - Hilory Liccini

NDCPD has provided exemplary services to ND communities throughout the years. Many of these innovative approaches to disability services are readily available for replications in other communities. If you would like more information about our service capabilities, please contact our Community Service & Training Coordinator, Hilory Liccini.

 

The North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities at Minot State University provides direct services to people who have disabilities. The purpose of offering these services is twofold:

 

to offer services that demonstrate current best practice and fill an area of need not being met by current community resources and

 

to provide a practical setting for training new professionals to work in the disability community.

NDCPD   Memorial Hall   500 University Ave West   Minot, ND 58707   1-800-233-1737

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