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AL-APSE The Independence Newsletter Winter 2018: Volume 4, Issue 11
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: 2018 Conference | Keynote Spotlight | Board of Directors | Training Events | Happy Workplace | AL-APSE Awards
AL-APSE & ACDD 2018, JUNE 13 -15, 2018
The 2018 Alabama APSE & Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities Conference will be held June 13-15, 2018 in Birmingham at the Hyatt Regency/Wynfrey Hotel.
2018 Opening Keynote Marti MacGibbon
A compelling speaker and storyteller, Marti delivers high-energy presentations on overcoming adversity, addiction and recovery, and inspiration, with humor and a genuine, down-to-earth style. She's experienced critical situations that no human being should have to face.In the past, she hit rock addict, was homeless, and was trafficked to Tokyo and held prisoner by Japanese organized crime. Her story of triumph is testimony to the power of the human spirit.
2018 AL-APSE & ACDD Conference (June 13 - 15)
The 2018 Alabama APSE & ACDD Conference has been confirmed for June 13-15. This year's event will be held in Birmingham at the Hyatt Regency - The Wynfrey Hotel, located at 1000 Riverchase Galleria. Alabama APSE became recognized chapter of the National APSE Organization in 1998 and our first conference was held in 1998 at the Alta Vista Hotel in Birmingham with just over 100 attendees. This year marks the 20th Anniversary of Alabama APSE. We are returning to Birmingham to celebrate this milestone. Alabama APSE values and appreciates the co-sponsorship of the Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities for many of our successful conferences. We are again excited to co-sponsor the 2018 event.
The registration form is attached. You are encouraged to register electronically. However, we will gladly accept paper registration forms as well. Please note on page 3 of the registration form, multiple options for registering electronically.
Outline of Course Content & Continuing Education Information (Word doc) This program is offered for 10 clock hours for Counselor and Social Worker; 12 contact/clock hours for nurses.
If you are unable to register electronically, please complete the conference registration form found on page 3 and submit by mail to AL-APSE, PO Box 240691, Montgomery, AL 36124. You can also scan and email to Byron.email@example.com
A room rate of $96.00 per night is available. You are encouraged to reserve your room early as the block will fill up. The $96.00 room rate expires on May 22, 2018.
Conference Awards and Scholarships Information
AL-APSE 2018 Awards Description & Nomination Information - DEADLINE to Submit Nominations: May 4, 2018 (PDF)
Agencies partner to offer innovative Project SEARCH program
Seeks to secure competitive employment for students with developmental disabilities
By Kristi Gates and Peggy Olson, Alabama Department of Mental Health Outlook
When 11 high school seniors in the Montgomery area leave for school each morning, they are actually going to Baptist Medical Center South in Montgomery to participate in a unique school-to-work program called Project SEARCH.
AL-APSE Seeks Board Members
The AL-APSE, The Network on Employment was formed in 1997 as a chapter of APSE, The Network on Employment. It is our goal to improve and expand integrated employment opportunities, services, and outcomes for persons with disabilities through employment with supports (supported employment).
AL-APSE is a membership organization with members from all part of Alabama. This website is designed as a resource to: Facilitate Alabama's supported employment process for people with disabilities; Provide useful employment related information for Alabamians with disabilities; Encourage the hiring of people with disabilities on a statewide level.
8228 Royal Oak Court
Montgomery, AL 36117
This site is made possible by a grant from the Alabama Council for Developmental Disabilities