News From DAWN (Posted in the last 30 days)
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BPDD Community Conversation in Milwaukee
(Added 08/23/2016) More
Join is at a Community Conversation in Milwaukee September 21 from 1-4 p.m. Serb Hall, 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave.
Supported Decision Making Focus Group Invitation
(Added 08/18/2016) More
BPDD is interested in exploring the topic of supported decision-making, including what kind of tools and resources are needed.
Call for 2016 Diehard Award Nominations
(Added 08/08/2016) More
Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to the advocacy work here in Wisconsin?
Apply to be a Wisconsin Partner in Policymaking!
(Added 08/03/2016) More
Wisconsin Partners in Policymaking is a six-session advocacy and systems change training program.
Family-Led Groups Application
(Added 07/27/2016) More
Apply for a BPDD Family-Led Groups Application.
Apply for a 2016 SPARKS Grant
(Added 07/08/2016) More
Don't miss your chance to spark grassroots change in your community with a BPDD SPARKS Grant!
Apply for Employment First Partner Grants
(Added 06/22/2016) More
Are you interested in expanding employment opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), including people with diverse identities and/or individuals who are underserved?
New 2017-2021 Five-Year State Plan
(Added 06/21/2016) More
After gathering input from people around Wisconsin, hearing from individuals with disabilities and their families, BPDD has finalized our new 2017-2021 five-year state plan.
Youth Leadership Forum Accepting Applications
(Added 03/22/2016) More
Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) is a week-long leadership training and career awareness program for high school students with disabilities
BPDD comments on Family Care Concept Plan
(Added 03/03/2016) More
BPDD welcomes the opportunity to discuss specific questions with the Department.
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