This conference will provide a forum for sharing new information on promoting social and emotional development in our everyday activities with infants and young children.
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To gather public input, DVR will hold hearings in multiple locations throughout the state from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 30. This is an excellent opportunity for you to share your ideas and help improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities in Wisconsin!
The Wisconsin Lions Camp is dedicated to providing a quality camping experience free of charge to Wisconsin residents with disabilities.
The objective of this meeting is to explore the coordination of care and collaboration of efforts for providers and parents of children with ASD/DD. They will also discuss resources to further support children with special healthcare needs.
Families with children with special needs are provided free memberships at Betty Brinn Children's Museum in Milwaukee.
The Survival Coalition’s 2012 Wisconsin Legislative Report Card summarizes the recent legislative session and shows how it impacts the disability community in Wisconsin.
The first Wisconsin Integrated Employment Summit is open to everyone. The summit will provide an overview of innovative employment practices and success stories from throughout the state of Wisconsin that are improving employment outcomes for people with disabilities.
This newsletter from the Milwaukee County Office for Persons with Disabilities provides information on a variety of topics such as the summer festival season, severe weather safety tips, distribution of tickets to area sports events, disability-related topics and reports on the introduction of new services. Check out the May issue!