Border Conference on Disability

Join Southeast Arizona Area Health Education Center, Inc. (SEAHEC) in a day long conference for people with disabilities, their families and providers addressing life for people with disabilities living along the Arizona/Mexico border.

Topics will include:

New Developments in Behavior Management; How do they apply to home and school?”

“Transition: What comes after high school? Work, education/training, meaningful  community life, and healthy living”.

“Affordable Care Act and People with Disabilities”

“Self-Advocacy: Rights and Responsibilities. Your Rights to Employment.”

“Assistive Technology and Disability: How devices, Adaptations and More can Assist People to live in the Community”

Limited seating available

Para registrarse, por favor diríjase a la página web de la conferencia:

http://borderconferenceondisability2013spanish.eventbrite.com

For questions or help with registration call SEAHEC at (520) 287-4722 or info@seahec.org

Note: Spanish translation, materials and lunch will be provided. To request alternative formats and/or reasonable accommodations for the conference, please contact theSonoran UCEDD as soon as possible at (520)626-0442 or ucedd@email.arizona.edu

 
         The resort has rooms at $70 for those attending the conference  call (520)281-1901 & mention
“ Border Conference on Disability”.
 

Flyer: Border Conference on Disability 2013 flyer
Agenda: Border conference on Disability AGENDA as of Mar 1

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Home visitation & parent education programs providing a continuum of quality, research-based, & curriculum driven services to support families & children prenatally through age 5.
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