Announcing the Southern Arizona Disability Rights and Resources Conference on Saturday, April 4, 2009 at the Windemere Hotel and Conference Center. Deadline for registration is March 23, 2009. Only 200 seats available.
Who should attend? Anyone who answers “yes” to any of the following questions:
- Have you ever been told you can’t do a job or work at all because of your disability?
- Are you concerned about your child’s educational services and transitions into adult life?
- Has your child been on a waiting list for DD services?
- Do you want to learn how to live a healthier life with a disability?
- Are you concerned about life transitions and planning as you and your family are aging?
- Have you ever experienced difficulty locating affordable and accessible housing?
The Southern Arizona Disability Rights and Resources Conference is a one-of-a-kind conference dedicated to the delivery of information about a wide variety of disability rights and resources. Experts from the Arizona Developmental Disabilities Network and the Governor’s Council on Spinal and Head Injuries will lead workshops on special educaiton, traumatic brain injury, health and mental health care services, early intervention, emergency management planning, and housing.
Who should attend?
- Family members of children and adults with disabilities
- Adults and elders with disabilities
- People who support individuals with disabilities
Windemere Hotel and Conference Center
2047 South Highway 92
Sierra Vista, Arizona 85635
April 4, 2009
Registration: 8:00-8:45 am
Workshops: 8:45 am to 4:15 pm
Registration Deadline: March 23, 2009
Registration is limited to 200 participants. You must register in advance. On-site registration will not be available.
Registration is $35 for professionals, $10 for family members & persons with disabilities. Fee can be waived for individuals with low or limited income.
Seating limited to 200 people.
Click here for more information and to register.
Sponsored by Arizona Center for Disability Law, Governor’s Council on Development Disabilities, Governor’s Council on Spinal and Head Injuries, Northern Arizona University Institute for Human Development, and
Sonoran UCEDD Center of Excellence at U of A.