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Charting the LifeCourse Showcase May 17-18, 2017 in Kansas City: Registration now open!
#LifeCourse in Action: Informing Families in #Washington State archive is now available!
Don’t miss the next CoP #Innovations webinar! Informing Families in Washington State 1/26/17
#DC #LifeCourse in Action Innovations webinar archive now available!
Kicking off the Supporting Families Community of Practice in South Dakota!
Next #Innovations webinar announced! #LifeCourse in Action: Vision for Supported Families in DC
#Connecticut #LifeCourse in Action Innovations webinar archive now available!
Innovations Webinar 9/29 LifeCourse in Action: Scaling up the LifeCourse at Every Stage in Connecticut
#LifeCourse Tools In Action: A Good Life for All in #Oklahoma #Innovations archive now available!
Next #Innovations webinar announced! #LifeCourse Tools in Action: A Good Life for All in #Oklahoma
What is a Good Life? Part II from Oklahoma #showmethegoodlife
Supporting Families at the NASDDDS 2016 Director’s Forum and Mid-Year Conference in Kansas City, MO, June 7-10
2016 Supporting Families CoP Annual Meeting Overview & Photo Gallery
listening to the self-advocate and family voice
Parents and Self-Advocates are Some of Our Best Teachers
Jul 01, 2014
Read Tennessee’s fourth and latest issue of the Supporting Families e-newsletter http://eepurl.com/WKF_b This month’s issue discusses valuing the self-advocate and family voice. Listening to the...
Family is a Human Right
May 02, 2014
Every week, Advocating Change Together (ACT), Minnesota’s statewide self-advocacy organization, writes an e-mail memo and sends it out across the country and readers respond. This fuels...
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