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The Developmental Disabilities research team at the University of Kentucky requests that you complete aquestionnaire related to your experiences as a parent with a child with a disability.
Meet other families and learn about health care and community resources and support.Lunch, childcare stipends and Bus Tickets are available upon request.
The DBTAC Great Lakes ADA Center is holding a poster contest in order to raise awareness about the Americans' with Disabilities Act (ADA) 20th anniversary (July 26th, 2010).
The Assembly will be discussing the next state budget, AB-75, starting today. Already announced are several changes to the budget affecting people with disabilities from the version that was passed by the Joint Finance Committee.
Come to Madison on Tuesday, June 16 to walk, rally and talk with your legislators.
The Joint Finance Committee finished their work on the next two-year budget bill, AB-75, on May 29. There is a projected $6.5 billion shortfall that has to be filled in order to balance the budget. Because of that, the committee raised fees on some services, cut services, raised some taxes, and found other ways to balance the budget.
Yippe, a FREE five-part leadership training for youth with disabilities ages 15-20 and their parents, begins again this October 9-10 in the WI Dells.