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January 24th Webinar:
Inclusion - We All Benefit
Is your school developing inclusive classrooms? Is your community promoting inclusion for people with disabilities? Is your place of business trying to establish an inclusive workplace? Inclusion is a popular term, but what exactly does it mean? (And just as importantly, what doesn't it mean?) What does it look like? Why does it matter? How can we make it happen? How do we ALL benefit from true inclusion? Join our webinar to hear answers to these questions and more.

Intended audience: Youth and young adults with disabilities, parents and other family members, individuals who support young people in their transition to adult life

Isaac Baldry attended the Montana Youth Leadership Forum in 2008 and works as the Region 1 coordinator for My Transitions. He has been a member of the Rural Institute Consumer Advisory Council since 2008, and has presented on multiple webinars for the Rural Institute.  He currently is a private contractor for the Pre-Employment Transition Services Technical Assistance Center at the University of Montana. He is also self-employed as a national speaker focusing on youth issues and technology.

Sierra Lode achieved an Associate of Arts Degree in 2012 from the University of Montana College of Technology. She serves on the Rural Institute Consumer Advisory Council; was a delegate at the first Montana Youth Leadership Forum in 2000 and continued to support the Forum as a volunteer for the next 10 years; was appointed to the National Youth Leadership Network in 2002 in Washington, D.C., and to the National Youth Leadership Network Advanced Institute in 2005; and recently attended the Pacific Leadership Academy's training conducted by the Pacific Alliance on Disability Self Advocacy in San Francisco. Sierra has a website that promotes her motivational speaking business: http://www.speakingoutofthebox.com/.

Sarah Mulligan has called Missoula home since 1983. She has four amazing children ranging in age from six to nineteen, and understands inclusion from a parent perspective. Sarah's background is education and for many years, she worked at The University of Montana.  She has been a teacher for young children with disabilities, the owner of a toy store, and the Executive Director of an international membership organization.   Today she is a licensed REALTOR.
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM MST
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Please note: If you are unable to attend on the scheduled date or if registration closes because the session is full, the webinar will be recorded and archived to the Transition and Employment Projects website.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

One hour of Montana Office of Public Instruction renewal credit is available and may be requested at registration. (You MUST register and attend the full training to receive OPI credit.) We are unable to offer other kinds of attendance verification at this time.
The University of Montana provides reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities who request and require them. Please contact Kim Brown for information. If you will be using a screen reader for this presentation, please notify Kim by Friday, January 20th.

This project is funded in whole or in part under a contract with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. The statements herein do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Department.
Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities
Transition and Employment Projects