2015 SD Conference

2015 Wisconsin Self-Determination Conference

By: Patti Becker, Community Network Specialist

 

Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities, People First Wisconsin and InControl Wisconsin are pleased to announce registration for the 2015 Self-Determination Conference is open. TMG staff interested in attending should reach out to their supervisor. Please share the opportunity with people who partner with TMG.

 

KEEP MOVING FORWARD: Freedom, Choice, Change

November 9-11, 2015

Kalahari Convention Center

 

Advocates were faced with a lot changes in 2015. While it wasn’t always easy, it was a good reminder that we are strong and proud advocates! We in Wisconsin share common values of self-determination and self-direction. These are not programs or services, they are a set of principles we all hold important for our freedom and the right to make decisions for ourselves. We find strength in the lessons we’ve learned, create opportunities for more growth and find hope for the future within ourselves, our circle of supports and our communities.

 

Reunite with friends and colleagues, and keep moving forward with goals. If you have never been to the conference, welcome to our community! Be ready to learn, laugh and leave feeling re-energized!

 

Scholarship Information

Scholarships are available to individuals with disabilities experiencing financial hardships. Click here for more information and to download a scholarship application.

 

Keynotes/General Sessions

Tuesday, Nov. 10 and Wednesday, Nov.11 will feature powerful keynote presentations from Jonathan Martinis and a panel of self-advocates who have witnessed the many milestones that have occurred since the passing of the ADA.

 

As always, the conference will feature many sessions that will provide participants with excellent learning opportunities. Learn more about the conference in this year’s 2015 Self Determination Conference brochure. Don’t miss the popular Talent Show, awards presentation, and other fun activities.

 

For more information go to Wi-BPDD.

 

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