Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW) Informational Session and DRW Board Listening Session Milwaukee

Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW) is Wisconsin’s protection and advocacy agency for people with developmental, physical, or sensory disabilities and people with mental illness. The DRW Board is holding a listening session in Milwaukee on Friday March 2nd, 2018 at 4:30 PM at the Wisconsin African American Women’s Center, and would like to hear from you.

Come and share your ideas for the future of disability advocacy and the issues that need to be addressed in the areas of mental health, developmental disability, special education, physical disability services, and disability rights. See below and attached for additional information and please spread the word! Everyone is also invited to attend a 4:00 PM informational session about Disability Rights Wisconsin, prior to the listening session.

Accommodations: Sign Language Interpreters will be present. If you need an accommodation or other language interpretation contact Mary Sykes by February 19: mary.sykes@drwi.org or 608–267–0214
Much Appreciation to the Wisconsin African American Women’s Center and Parent University for hosting us and to Delores Sallis—Founder, Parent University—for making this possible.

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