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Improving the Vaccination Experience: Accessible Vaccination for Neurodiverse People at Any Age
People with Autism and other developmental disabilities have lower childhood immunization rates than their peers without Autism, leaving them vulnerable to many vaccine-preventable diseases. The vaccination visit can be especially traumatic and stressful for these families. Effective strategies exist to reduce pain and anxiety for these families during the vaccination visit.

Please join Immunize.org and experts from the Autism Society on December 13 at 1:00 pm (ET) for a free, live, 1-hour webinar, Improving the Vaccination Experience: Accessible Vaccination for Neurodiverse People at Any Age. In this webinar we will learn more about the Autism Society’s practical tips to improve vaccine confidence by providing a calm and pleasant vaccination visit.

If you work in or run a center where neurodiverse people receive vaccines, you will want to learn more from our speakers.

Following the presentation, ample time is reserved for your questions.

Register now to be sure you don’t miss this important session designed to help you increase vaccination access and equity for your neurodiverse patients.

Dec 13, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kelly L. Moore, MD, MPH
President and Chief Executive Officer @Immunnize.org
Kelly L. Moore, MD, MPH, is the president and CEO of Immunize.org and a leader in national and global immunization policy and program implementation. Dr. Moore served for 14 years as director of the Tennessee Immunization Program and, later, as a consultant to vaccine-related industry, government, and nonprofit organizations. She has served in a variety of immunization policy advisory roles with the World Health Organization, including as chair of its Immunization Practices Advisory Committee. She has a long history with the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) as a working group member, liaison representative of the Association of Immunization Managers (2011-2015), and as a voting member (2015-2019). Dr. Moore is a graduate of the Vanderbilt School of Medicine and the Harvard School of Public Health. She completed her public health leadership training as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer and preventive medicine resident with CDC.
Sharon G. Humiston, MD, MPH, FAAP
Director for Research; Quinn's mother @Immunize.org
Dr. Humiston is Immunize.org’s Director for Research and Professor of Pediatrics at Children’s Mercy and University of Missouri-Kansas City. Her career has focused on immunization delivery in three ways: research, quality improvement (QI), and education. She is a health services researcher with >130 peer-reviewed publications on innovative and practical approaches to improve vaccine delivery. She has worked on numerous QI projects for the American Academy of Pediatrics, Academic Pediatrics Association, and CDC. Her experience as an immunization educator includes development of print, live, video, and interactive Internet forms for clinicians and parents. She is the Principal Investigator for the Pediatric Infectious Disease Society’s “Comprehensive Vaccine Education Program.” Dr. Humiston previously worked in (what was then) the Training Education Branch of CDC’s National Immunization Program. She is the mother of Quinn, a nonverbal autistic man.
Allie Tasche, BS.Ed, MSLOD
Director of National Programs @Autism Society of America
Allie is an educator, advocate, learner, and leader fueled by coffee and a fierce passion for disability justice. Allie has spent her career as a learning strategist, autism and inclusion coach, as well as a program support specialist in Wisconsin school districts. As a board member for the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin, Allie served on the Conference Committee, Board Development Committee, Adult Support Committee, and was Chairperson of the Program Services Committee. Allie is excited to merge her advocacy efforts with her professional talents in pursuit of a preferred future as the Director of National Programs for the Autism Society of America.
Danielle Hall, MSW
National Program Manager @Vaccine Education Initiative
Danielle Hall serves as the Vaccine Education Program Manager. Danielle is a trained clinical social worker who brings more than 15 years of experience from the health nonprofit world. Danielle’s passion to drive positive change began at an early age and has since dedicated her career to creating programs and advocating for people who are medically at risk, underrepresented, and/or limited resourced.