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The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Office of Developmental Programs, invites you to Save the Date and participate in the statewide Everyday Lives Conference. This year’s conference will be virtual and include collaboration, education, and innovation to celebrate the everyday lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. This year’s Everyday Lives Conference merges the Everyday Lives Conference with the Community of Practice Regional Collaborative Conference, the Technology Summit, and the Dual Diagnosis Conference.
When Will the Conference be Held?
The Conference will be held over a period of five weeks:
Tuesday, May 11
Tuesday, May 18, and Wednesday, May 19
Wednesday, May 26
Wednesday, June 2, and Thursday, June 3
Thursday, June 10
Who Should Attend?
Individuals with disabilities, families, professionals, clinicians, students, and caregivers participate in the Everyday Lives Conference. The conference will also include an exhibit hall for featuring ODP training partners.
What Topics will be on the Conference Agenda?
Engage with dozens of professionals, experts and pioneers in workshops, breakout sessions, panels and keynote sessions. Topics include (need to get topics from planning committee to fill in here) and much more!
How Do I Get More Information and Register?
Watch for future announcements of the draft and final agenda and for a link to register as an attendee or exhibitor. Please share the attached flyer with all interested parties. They will also post information at www.everydaylives.org. Early bird registration coming soon!