FACT Oregon Provides Workshops for Families

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FACT Oregon is offering two workshops this fall for individuals with disabilities and their families about transitioning to adulthood. The workshops are offered in partnership with the High Desert ESD, but will be streamed live at the InterMountain ESD building in Pendleton. "Preparing for the Transition to Adulthood Series" are FREE for parents and family members and $25 for professionals and others.

The first workshop on  Thursday, October 20 covers guardianship, the ABLE Act and community developmental disability programs. The second workshop on Thursday, November 17 covers vocational rehabilitation services, work incentives and social security. Both workshops are from 5:30 to 8:00 PM.

Please see the flyers for more information and to register:
October 20 Workshop Flyer (pdf)
November 17 Workshop Flyer (pdf)

FACT Oregon is a family leadership organization for individuals and their families experiencing disabilities, working collaboratively to facilitate positive change in policies, systems, and attitudes, through family support, advocacy, and partnerships. For more information about FACT Oregon, please visit their website.

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