July 9, 2020
Free Webinar Part 6 - July 15th
Join AADMD's COVID-19 international webinar  with George Kang, DDS, Kate Gaynor, MD, and Tad Pu, MD, MEd, and Alan Mease, MD FAAP in Guangzhou and Beijing, China. AADMD will be facilitating a discussion on United Family Healthcare's Guangzhou Hospital's multi-disciplinary approach to caring for people with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Facilitated by:  David Fray, DDS , and  Lynne Taiclet, DMD

Made possible by  University of the Pacific’s Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry  in San Francisco.

Wednesday July 15th | 8 p.m. EST
Visit AADMD's Coronavirus Page  &   aadmd.org for more information & resources. 
American Academy of Developmental Medicine & Dentistry (AADMD) is a non-profit organization of interdisciplinary medical professionals including physicians, dentists, optometrists, neurologists and other clinicians committed to improving the quality of healthcare for people with IDD. 

Since 2002, the AADMD has connected clinicians across the world and prepared them to face the unique challenges in caring for people with IDD. The organization provides curriculum to schools, IDD training for clinicians and specialized information to families and caretakers in language that is easy to understand. Above all, AADMD aims to make sure that no person with IDD is left without access to quality health services. 
The Golisano Foundation is one of the largest private foundations in the U.S. dedicated to making the world a better place for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Foundation is devoted to opening doors to opportunity, changing negative perceptions and stereotypes, and forging unprecedented partnerships to ensure individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have pathways to personal dignity, independence and the best possible expression of their abilities and talents throughout their lifetimes. Founded in 1985 by Tom Golisano—entrepreneur, philanthropist, and civic leader, and founder and chairman of Paychex, Inc. —the Foundation “imagines the possibilities,” advocating for families, fighting for their dignity and giving people with IDD the opportunity to thrive in their communities. With more than $45 million in gross assets it awards about $2 million annually to non-profit organizations in Western New York and Southwest Florida.