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Upcoming Events

BIA Survivor and Family Western Seminar - Kansas City - Sat Apr 26 2014 08:15

Where: Graceway
5460 Blue Ridge Cut-off, Kansas City, MO 64133
Description: The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) Survivor and Family Regional Seminars provide helpful information, practical suggestions and support for life with brain injury. The same sessions are presented on all three dates.

For details or to register, visit biamo.org/.


24th Annual Conference on Aging with Developmental Disabilities - Mon May 19 2014 00:00

Where: Holiday Inn Southwest & Viking Conference Center, St. Louis, MO
Description: Every Spring AADD hosts a conference in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Our conference features presentations on the current topics and issues of seniors impacted with developmental disabilities.

For details, visit agingwithdd.org.


MO Guardianship: Understanding Your Options and Alternatives - Monett - Tue May 20 2014 18:00

Where: Scott Regional Technology Center
2 David Sippy Drive
Monett, MO 65708
Description: FREE workshop on guardianship and the options and alternatives! The material and tools shared in this interactive workshop apply to individuals who might need decision making support due to disability, mental health diagnosis, or aging.

Register at monett.eventbrite.com

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MO Guardianship: Understanding Your Options and Alternatives - Joplin - Wed May 21 2014 13:00

Where: Joplin Regional Office
3600 E. Newman Road
Joplin, MO 64801
Description: FREE workshop on guardianship and the options and alternatives! The material and tools shared in this interactive workshop apply to individuals who might need decision making support due to disability, mental health diagnosis, or aging.

Register at joplinmo.eventbrite.com

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2014 Spring Training Institute - Thu May 29 2014 00:00

Where: Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach
Description: The Missouri Department of Mental Health’s Spring Training Institute brings professionals together in the fields of substance abuse, mental illness and developmental disabilities to share evidence-based practices. This will be two full days of presentations and workshops with over 60 separate sessions that will broaden your knowledge and enhance the understanding of the critical services provided to the citizens of Missouri.

For details, visit sti.mimhtraining.com.


The Future Is Now: Making The Connection - Tue Jun 17 2014 00:00

Where: Holiday Inn Executive Center, Columbia, MO
Target Audience: Self advocates, family members, employers, educators, service providers, direct support professionals
Description: The second biannual developmental disability statewide event featuring workshops from Cathy Ficker Terrill, President and CEO of Council on Quality & Leadership; Lynn Seagle, Executive Director of Hope House Foundation; Eileen Forlenza, Family and Community Engagement Specialist, Colorado and Holly Forlenza, Self-Advocate and Business Owner; Angela Amado, Ph.D., Executive Director of Human Services Research & Development Center, Institute on Community Integration | University of Minnesota; and Dave Hasbury, organizational and community development consultant, educator and graphic facilitator.

Sign up for updates and get details as they become available at http://missourimhf.org/event-reservation.php.


Education Equity Matters TASH Regional Conference - Fri Aug 1 2014 00:00

Where: University of Missouri-St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri
Target Audience: Educators, School administration and resource professionals, state agency leaders and staff (such as Dept. of Education and DD Council), parents, family members and self-advocates; university faculty and students; and inclusive education advocates
Description: Education Equity Matters is a one-day TASH regional conference with a specific focus on evidence-based practices in educating students with significant disabilities in inclusive classrooms and school communities.

To register and to learn more about the learning objectives visit tash.org/eematters.

Download the MO Tash Regional Conference flyer


Real Voices, Real Choices Consumer Conference - Sun Aug 17 2014 00:00

Where: Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach
Description: The Real Voices, Real Choices Conference is a gathering of individuals who are consumers, family members, friends, self-advocates and persons in recovery who come together to learn about programs, service issues, opportunities and self advocacy. It is about fostering growth, empowerment and finding the tools to be successful in the community.

For details, visit dmh.mo.gov/constituentservices/consumerconference.htm.


BIA Survivor and Family Eastern Seminar - St. Louis - Sat Oct 18 2014 08:15

Where: St. Charles Convention Center,
1 Convention Center Plaza, St. Charles, MO 63303
Description: The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) Survivor and Family Regional Seminars provide helpful information, practical suggestions and support for life with brain injury. The same sessions are presented on all three dates.Where: Graceway
5460 Blue Ridge Cut-off, Kansas City, MO 64133
Description: The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO) Survivor and Family Regional Seminars provide helpful information, practical suggestions and support for life with brain injury. The same sessions are presented on all three dates.

For details or to register, visit biamo.org/.

For details or to register, visit biamo.org/.



 
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