We’re All in This Together: Uniting the Movements for a Good Life CoP #Innovations Webinar June 25, 2015
INNOVATIONS IN SUPPORTING FAMILIES
COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE FRAMEWORK FOR SYSTEMS CHANGE WEBINAR SERIES
WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER:
UNITING THE MOVEMENTS FOR A GOOD LIFE
JUNE 25, 2015
2PM Eastern / 1PM Central / 12PM Mountain / 11AM Pacific / 10AM Alaska / 9AM Hawaii
Webinar will last approximately one hour and a half.
The self-advocacy movement, parents movement, and siblings movement have been working for many years to improve the quality of life of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This presentation will focus on the three movements and how they are converging to to form a unique force called the “triad approach.” Watch this webinar to learn about what each of these networks does for families and how these networks are working together across the country and in the Community of Practice states to try out new strategies for working on frontlines connecting families, improving policies and practices for families, and serving as a voice for individuals with disabilities and their families.
We are proud to collaborate with our National Partners to present this webinar to you:
- Kathy Brill, Parent-to-Parent USA
- Cathy Enfield, Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered
- Shea Tanis, Sibling Leadership Network
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This webinar is part of a series focused on innovative strategies to enhance the systems that support families of individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities. Get the details about the Innovations Webinar Series.
- innovations series,
- life course framework,
- national partner,
- supporting families,
- systems change,
Rachel is the Media & Design Specialist on the Family to Family team at the UMKC-Institute for Human Development, UCEDD. She completed her Master's in Public Administration with an emphasis in nonprofit management at UMKC. She is proud to say she is a second generation AmeriCorps member! Her passion is where social justice and technology meet. Her specialty is making projects, programs, and organizations look good.