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Conference, Congressional Initiatives About Choices For Adults with Autism & ID

From our sponsor: VOR

VOR 2014 Annual Conference and Initiative

"Keep up the good work! I found this Conference to be very educational and encouraging! Thanks for all you do!" ~ 2013 Conference Participant

"The entire program was well thought-out, inspiring and interesting." ~ 2013 Conference VOR logoParticipant

2014 VOR Annual Board Meeting, State Reports, and Conference

Saturday, June 7, 2014
•Annual Board meeting
•State Reports
•State Networking and Hospitality Reception

Sunday, June 8, 2014

“Making it Happen: Reforming Policy and Law in Support of Person-Centered Quality and Choice”

Hyatt Regency
Washington, D.C.

Online Registration


•VOR's Ann Knighton
•William Choslovsky, Esq:  Real choice is a two-way street, not superimposed from above:  Combining common sense, the law and grassroots advocacy
•Kathy Brown, President, Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association: The Impact of Residential Setting on Nursing Outcomes and Costs
•Legislative Briefing:  Panel discussion and Issue Briefing - The future of our advocacy in a changing world
•Kim Stagliano, mother, nationally recognized autism advocate, speaker, and author: Is 50 Nifty with 3 Special Needs Children?

Week of June 9, 2014

2014 Congressional Initiative

For more information, please contact:
Tamie Hopp, VOR’s Director of Govt. Relations & Advocacy
at thopp@vor.net; or 605-399-1624


The Wessels

GO, KIM!! And our sincerest thanks for your continued efforts! This makes my heart both happy and hopeful!

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