Miscellaneous: Attend the Disability Policy Seminar on April 8-10

Registration is open for the for the 2019 Disability Policy Seminar, the premier event for cultivating champions on Capitol Hill and advancing the grassroots movement for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Join other passionate advocates and professionals from around the country to get up-to-date on the latest policy issues and legislation and to advocate for the programs that people with disabilities rely on to make a life in their communities possible. Register today!

Miscellaneous – Disability Advocates on Capitol Hill This Week

Nearly 1,000 disability advocates from across the country are in Washington, DC this week to advance our grassroots movement, meet with their Members of Congress, and educate them on the needs of people with disabilities. Advocates will be sharing their messages on civil rights and community living, education, federal funding, Medicaid and health care, and Social Security and SSI with their Members of Congress on April 25. Learn more at disabilitypolicyseminar.org.

Disability Policy Seminar – Less than a Month Away!

We are less than a month away from the 2017 Disability Policy Seminar! Join us in the heart of Washington D.C. from March 20-22 to cultivate champions on Capitol Hill and advance the grassroots movement for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Learn from the experts about the issues that matter to you and network with other advocates from across the country as you prepare to interface and build relationships with your representatives. The Disability Policy Seminar is your chance to make an impact! Register here.

Disability Policy Seminar Webinar 3/31/15

If you are a first-timer to the Disability Policy Seminar, you should register for the Association on University Centers on Disabilities’ (AUCD) webinar, “Know Before You Go: Preparing for the Disability Policy Seminar 2015.” Presented by AUCD’s Director of Public Policy, Kim Musheno, this hosting organization’s webinar offers an orientation to the current policy issues one can expect to learn about at the Disability Policy Seminar. The webinar covers the basics of how to make an appointment to meet with Congressional representatives, how to deliver a unified message about federally funded programs that benefit people with disabilities, and tips on preparing for and making hill visits. The webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, March 31, at 2:00 EDT.

Disability Policy Seminar Webinar 3/31/15

If you are a first-timer to the Disability Policy Seminar, you might want to register for the Association on University Centers on Disabilities’ (AUCD) webinar, “Know Before You Go: Preparing for the Disability Policy Seminar 2015.” Presented by AUCD’s Director of Public Policy, Kim Musheno, this hosting organization’s webinar offers an orientation to the current policy issues one can expect to learn about at the Disability Policy Seminar. The webinar covers the basics of how to make an appointment to meet with Congressional representatives, how to deliver a unified message about federally funded programs that benefit people with disabilities, and tips on preparing for and making visits to your Members of Congress on Capitol Hill.

Disability Policy Seminar – Early Bird Registration Extended, 2 Days Left!

Early Bird Registration for the Disability Policy Seminar has been extended through Wednesday, March 18, EDT. Register now to get the best rates! There are many critical issues on the table affecting people with disabilities in the 114th Congress and your voices need to be heard. The Disability Policy Seminar will take place April 13-15, 2015 at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossoms are expected to be at their peak! Register now!

Disability Policy Seminar – Webinar

If you are planning on attending the Disability Policy Seminar for the first time, you should register for the Association of University Centers on Disabilities’ (AUCD) webinar, “Know Before You Go: Preparing for the Disability Policy Seminar 2015.” Presented by AUCD’s Director of Public Policy Kim Musheno, this hosting organization’s webinar offers an orientation to the policy issues and current legislation one can expect to learn more about at the Policy Seminar. The webinar covers the basics of how to make an appointment to meet with Congressional representatives, how to deliver a unified message about federally funded programs that benefit people with disabilities, as well as provide tips on preparing for and making hill visits.