2020 Disability Policy Seminar: Information and Registration
In March 2020, the Autism Society will partner with Disability Policy Seminar, offering passionate advocates, self-advocates, experts, and professionals in the disability community to come together and learn about key issues that affect them most.
We need you in Washington, DC to advocate for the programs that people with disabilities rely on to make life in the community possible. The Disability Policy Seminar is your chance to make an impact!
This year, in addition to important legislative battles and topics, we are also heading into an election and census year. Both have significant implications for people with disabilities. Learn how you can ensure the disability community is counted in the census and be ready to exercise your right to vote!
The event is packed with informative sessions from experts in the field, and opportunities to discuss key issues with others from your state. After two days of training and learning, attendees start day three with a breakfast kickoff, followed by a day on Capitol Hill for meetings with their Members of Congress.
Click Here to register for the seminar today!
Autism Society Events at DPS 2020
Sunday, March 22, 2019 at the Renaissance Hotel
999 9th Street, Washington, DC
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Public Policy Committee Meeting
This meeting is open to the committee members only.
1:15 PM – 3:00 PM Autism Society Orientation to the Policy Seminar
During this time Kim Musheno, Vice President of Public Policy, will provide on overview of the policy seminar agenda, review the Autism Society’s top legislative priorities and provide an opportunity for attendees to ask any additional questions.
3:00 PM – 3:30 PM Tour of the Hotel
A designated Autism Society staff person will provide attendees a tour of the hotel.
4:00 PM – 6:30 PM Autism Society Reception and Awards Ceremony
During this time, Autism Society attendees will have an opportunity to socialize and network. Multiple awards will be given out to deserving members of the autism community. More details to come.
For a full breakdown of the Disability Policy Agenda, please click here.