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What does it mean to support families of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, with all of their diversity and complexity?
What does it mean to support families of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, with all of their diversity and complexity?

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If you missed the 2018 Charting the LifeCourse Showcase in KC, MO, you missed awesome organizations like The Arc NCR, sharing their story of how they have implemented CtLC for success for families and individuals! Click on the link to watch their story! http://ow.ly/Rwii30jFY5f
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We are getting ready to revamp our website, so expect some downtime in our future! We'd love to hear what you'd like to see at supportstofamilies.org while we are working on upgrading our online digs.
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Dancing with the Spirits: Initiatives by UCEDD’s to Address Spiritual Supports (and Lessons Learned)
As UCEDDs address inclusive, person-centered supports in communities, the role and importance of spiritual supports for individuals and families has emerged as a crucial community resource. In this webinar, 3 UCEDDs will share the rationale and description of projects related to the core missions of Training, Technical Assistance, Research and Dissemination, lessons learned, and their plans for next steps.

December 13, 2017 (1-2pm central)

Registration URL: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QqWlRAaWTeKsYy86q8bboQ
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Check out the #SupportingFamilies page Ohio DODD created to share the CoP and #ChartingtheLifeCourse with families! http://dodd.ohio.gov/IndividualFamilies/Pages/Supporting-Families.aspx
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"Being visionary is not new to us. Alone or sometimes with other families, we worked to create visions and solve problems for our loved one with disabilities beyond the ones that we are given as an only choice. Families saw beyond the four walls of institutional living. We took risks and invested in new ideas; we created employment opportunities and built homes." http://helenries.ca/can-you-imagine-this/
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Supporting Families national project staff are helping Hawaii host their project kickoff! http://ow.ly/i/vobCC
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