Presented by Mackenzie Irvin
Find out how parents can involve their child with Special Olympics and how parents can volunteer. You will also get great information on Special Olympics YAP (Young Athletes
Program) which helps children of all abilities improve their coordination and balance.
To register for this workshop, please email the PRC at email@example.com.
Contact Name : Cecil County Public Schools’ Parent Resource Center For Special Education
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
DFKDC wants to be on the forefront of change and equality empowerment. This is a commitment we make to our families through our mission and programming. With a diverse population that includes 36% African American, 8% Asian American, and 1% Middle Eastern—it is pivotal for DFKDC to advocate for their families and promote disability awareness. The annual Equality Summit will focus on one important topic that our society is facing each year and bring together thought leaders, speakers, and our own DFKDC participants to share their experiences, learn from each other, and most importantly – discuss how we can support change. DFKDC’s commitment is to select youth with disabilities (our participants) during each yearly summit and work with them to create the following year’s equality summit.
Over August 29th weekend, we will be organizing 3 FREE one-hour virtual panels that we invite our DFKDC families and volunteers, youth with disabilities, families of all backgrounds, and all individuals across the nation to join. We are excited to have the support of experts from different fields to educate us on ways we can teach, advocate, and promote equality within our communities and world. You can register for 1, 2, or all 3 sessions. If you have any questions, please email Glenda at email@example.com
Contact Name : Glenda
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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