PA Family Network

PA Family Network Emergency Preparedness Workshop Series

PA Family Network invites you to join its workshop series on Emergency Preparedness. This series is for families and self-advocates alike. The series wraps in March with in-person summits. For more information and to register for your local summit follow this link: Summits - Important Information FREE to-go Emergency bag, $100

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Project Reassure: Fostering Resilience for Neurodiverse Communities

Penn State College of Medicine invites professionals who serve neurodiverse populations to join its Project Reassure training series. The training comes at no cost and participants are eligible for training hours. The eight session Project Reassure ECHO series provides participants with strategies in supporting neurodiverse individuals struggling with anxiety related to the

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PA Family Network Virtual Summits

The PA Family Network is hosting a series of Virtual Summits unique to each region to allow participants to hear from local experts with resources focused on Long Term Planning and Housing Options. Families and individuals with an intellectual/developmental disability are encouraged to join. Seminar Sessions Will Include: Keynote Speaker: David Gates

7th Annual Charting the Lifecourse Showcase 2023 Early Bird Registration now open!

Earlybird Registration for The Charting the LifeCourse Showcase is Now Open

Registration for the Charting the LifeCourse (CtLC) Showcase is now open. The CtLC Showcase is the annual event hosted by the LifeCourse Nexus – a national training and technical assistance center – which is housed at the University of Missouri - Kansas City Institute for Human Development. The 7th Annual CtCL Showcase

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Disability Pride Central PA

Disability Pride PA and the Disability Pride Central PA committee are hosting its inaugural Disability Pride Central PA on Tuesday, October 25, 2022 at Harrisburg’s Capitol Complex. The celebration will include disability advocates, guest speakers, live performances, food trucks, resource tables, and a parade. The overall goal is to promote the pride

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ASD@PSU Seminar Series

The ASD@PSU seminar series brings university stakeholders together to discuss innovative work, explore new potential collaborations, and provide input into strategic initiatives in support of the autism community.  The ASD@PSU Team invites you to join them for their Virtual ASD@PSU Monthly Seminar Series on Wednesday, October 5, 2022, from Noon-1:00 pm to

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Finally Home: Housing Symposium

Values Into Action invites you to attend their virtual housing symposium Finally Home on September 7, 2022 from 9 AM to 4 PM. The event will include a day of presentations and discussions around housing for people with disabilities. The program will include: Opening speaker Erica McFadden, Director of Independent Living at

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The ODP Training Calendar for September 2022 is now available. The full listing of available trainings is below. Click the session title to register. Be sure to keep up-to-date with schedule adjustments by checking emails from the ODP listservs. DateTimeTitleDescriptionAudience9/6/20221:00 PM - 2:30 PMVOH Medically Complex Conditions Training Series: Respiratory Assistance and

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Disability Pride Central PA

October 25, 2022 10-3 PM Harrisburg, PA - Soldier's & Sailor's Grove Disability Pride Central PA will be held October 25, 2022 at the State Capitol complex's Soldier's &Sailor's Grove in Harrisburg, PA. The overall goal of the event is to promote the pride felt within the disability community, educate others on