2012 Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities in the 21st Century and Service Coordination

COMPETENCIES

  • Participants will increase their knowledge about the service coordination system and the services that are available in DC for individuals with disabilities and their families
  • Participants will gain first-hand experience attending a city-wide summit, and participate in small group discussions with other attendees and presenters
  • Participants will participate and interact with committees or groups to work/plan for common goals
  • Participants will create a personal vision statement to help focus their short and long term  advocacy goals

AGENDA
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SPEAKERS
Leila Peterson
Executive Director of SchoolTalk, Inc.
Sue Swenson
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services, U.S. Department of Education
 

HANDOUTS
One City Summit Activity
We spent most of the day listening to speakers, participating in discussions, meeting new people and hearing about a variety of organizations, agencies, and services here in DC. Use this sheet to collect some information about your experiences here and to share with your fellow Partners.
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Vision Activity
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HOMEWORK
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