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January 11, 2022 – The Advanced Child Tax Credit & Tax Information for Self-Employed Individuals
Presented by Tammy Gay
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December 14, 2021 – Discover the Resources and Activities of The Institute on Disability and Human Development
Presented by Dr. Tamar Heller
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November 9 2021 – Lets Learn about The Alliance and Self Advocacy
Presented by Krescene Beck and Adam Wiser
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October 12 2021 – Legislative/Policy Update from The Arc
Presented by Nicole Jorwic, Senior Director of Public Policy at The Arc
Please click here for webinar recording: The Arc Legislative Update
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September 14, 2021 – Helping People Design Full and Productive Lives Using Person Centered Planning
Presented by Nancy & Bridget Brown, Butterflies for Change
August 10, 2021 – Anti-Bullying Awareness – Information and Resources
Presented by Lori Davie, Program Manager at Easterseals, and Mike Peck, Rockford Ice Hogs
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You can reach Lori Davie at firstname.lastname@example.org
July 13, 2021 – Healthy Outlets for Recreation and Fun
Presented by Marianne Birko and April Ryan, WSSRA
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June 1, 2021 – How Can the Early Intervention Clearinghouse Support You?
During this presentation, attendees will learn about how the Early Intervention Clearinghouse can support them and their families. Specifically, attendees will learn about the evidence-based books, DVDs, and other resources available at the Early Intervention Clearinghouse; the online resources including tip sheets and resource guides; and the technology loan program. In addition, attendees, will learn how to borrow resources and technology from the Early Intervention Clearinghouse. Our presenter for this webinar is Dr. Meghan Burke. Meghan is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has a brother with Down syndrome as well as a child with autism.
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June, 2021 – An Introduction to Developmental Disability Resources, Organizations, and Terms
A webinar from The Illinois Life Span Program and Family to Family Health Information Center of The Arc of Illinois.
May 4, 2021 – SIBS: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going
Presented by Tara Conley of Supporting Illinois Brothers and Sisters (S.I.B.S.) Like many grassroots organizations S.I.B.S. was created out of an unmet need in IL.S.I.B.S. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide support to siblings of people with disabilities in Illinois by connecting them with information, networking opportunities, and resources in order to enhance the quality of life for their entire families. S.I.B.S. began with the dream of one sibling and grew into the first established Illinois non-profit organization in 2007 that supports siblings in Illinois across the lifespan. While support and advocacy have been focused on parents and people with disabilities, siblings have often been left out of the conversation. Siblings play an important role in the lives of their brother or sister with disabilities and have their own unique needs and experiences that should be discussed and addressed. S.I.B.S. strives to partner with people with disabilities, parents, and providers in order to advocate with our siblings so that we can impact services. After all we are stronger together!
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