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The DC Supporting Families Community of Practice (SF CoP) Meeting

Friday, December 8, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Department on Disability Services
250 E Street SW, 1st Floor, Washington, DC 20024

Contact: Cheryl Bolden   cheryl.bolden@dc.gov   (202) 442-8411  

Sponsored by: Department on Disability Services

https://dds.dc.gov/

The DC Supporting Families Community of Practice (SF CoP) is a group of diverse stakeholders who are working together to create policies, practices and systems that support families that include a member with an intellectual or developmental disability across the life span. We come together to learn, share information, and support each other.

At our upcoming meeting we will:

  • Discuss employment
  • Q&A with DDS Leadership
  • Have a focus group about DC schools
  • Talk about diversity and cultural and linguistic competency
  • And more!

*We will provide lunch. For people who are forfeiting wages, not working full time, or will have child care or transportation costs that would be financially burdensome, we are happy to provide a stipend.

Please RSVP to Cheryl Bolden at cheryl.bolden@dc.gov or (202) 442-8411

*Accessibility: The space and bathrooms at DDS are wheelchair accessible. To request additional accommodations, including language access, specific dietary requests, etc. please contact Cheryl Bolden at the email or phone number above.

*Metro: Federal Center SW (blue/silver/orange); Bus: P6; Parking: on street (limited) or $16/day parking garage


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