Advanced Legislative Advocacy Training

February 22, 2017 7:00 - 8:00 PM  
$25
     
The Advanced Training will focus on: 
* Building and strengthening relationships with your elected officials 
* Critical strategic planning and the budget 
* Measuring your effectiveness and success 
* Identifying and understanding obstacles 


Presented by The Arc of Massachusetts: Maura Sullivan, Director of Government Affairs and Program Director of Operation House Call and Charlie Fiske, Director of Public Policy

Maura Sullivan, Dir. of Gov. Affairs and Program Dir. of OHC
Charlie Fiske, Director of Public Policy
Friends at School

March 2, 2017 7:00 - 8:00 PM  
$25
     
Young people spend much of their awake lives in school.  This is the place that they begin to learn and practice social skills.  This is the place that they establish relationships and friendships that sometimes last a lifetime.  If you believe that young people with disabilities should form friendships with their peers without disabilities, then you MUST pay attention to opportunities that arise from school.
Please join Dr. Zachary Rossetti of Boston University and Jim Ross and Mary Ann Brennen from The Arc of Massachusetts'  Widening the Circle Project to explore why such friendships are important and how they can be supported.  We'll discuss strategies that can be used in elementary-, middle-, and high-school as well as in college.  Whether you're a teacher, a parent or an advocate, this information may be helpful to you.

Presented by:




Zachary Rossetti, Ph.D.

Jim Ross 

Mary Ann Brennen



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