News From DAWN (Posted in the last 30 days)
DAWN is happy to announce our new Community News Service . The new network will announce major changes to the DAWN website along with advocacy opportunities, events, and trainings. Please send us your WI advocacy announcements for inclusion into our news feed.
BPDD would like your input!
(Added 11/17/2015) More
BPDD would like your input! This survey is for people with disabilities or family members that have participated in a BPDD project or activity during the past year.
Upcoming BPDD Conversation Cafes
(Added 10/01/2015) More
BPDD is gathering input for its new State Plan in person at Conversation Cafes, held throughout the state (Lively and interactive, Conversations Cafes enable everyone to have an opportunity to provide input and improve the quality of the outcomes):
Wisconsin Partners in Policymaking
(Added 06/22/2015) More
Wisconsin Partners in Policymaking is a six-session advocacy and systems change training program. Advocates can sign up for the next session now.
Wisconsin Youth Leadership Forum Accepting Applications
(Added 04/29/2015) More
The Wisconsin Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) is a week-long leadership training and career awareness program for high school students with disabilities, July 26-31, 2015, Edgewood College, Madison.
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More About DAWN
Dawn is a statewide grassroots cross-disability network of people who care about disability issues. DAWN supports legislative change in the programs and systems affecting people with all disabilities.
DAWN focuses on the most important issues affecting all people with disabilities. It includes people with disabilities, family members, friends, service providers and others who are committed to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities.
The Wisconsin Council on Developmental Disabilities funds
DAWN as part of the State Plan on Developmental Disabilities. [More