Symposium March 23

Disability and Change III: Meaningful Life, Multiple Roles

Creating conversation that transcends any one-dimensional depiction of people with disabilities, and foregrounds the multidimensional lives of our speakers—as writers, educators, performers, and advocates.

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April Event: Fierce Love and Parental Activism

Mini Course Lecture Series: Fierce Love and Parental Activism

This event features two round table discussions about the fierce love required to parent a child with an intellectual disability, or to parent as a person with an intellectual disability. Both discussions moderated by award winning Philadelphia Daily News journalist Ronnie Polaneczky.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
This free event is open to the public. Registration required.
Time: 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM (registration and coffee begin at 8:30 AM)
Location: Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

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David B. Schwartz Lecture – Sidewalk Psychotherapy: Leave Your Profession at the Office

Register for the Mini Course Lecture on March 29 or March 30.

Sidewalk Psychotherapy: Leave Your Profession at the Office

Presented by David B. Schwartz, Ph.D.

March 29, 2016 – Tuesday, 8:30 to 10:30 AM
For psychologists, psychiatrists, and other professionals.

March 30, 2016 – Wednesday, 12 PM to 2 PM
For social work students and LEND students.

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David Pitonyak Lecture: The Importance of Belonging

Register now for the October 21 Mini Course Lecture.

The Importance of Belonging

Presented by David Pitonyak in Harrisburg, PA. A sense of belonging is critical to our well-being. David believes that a source of suffering for many people is not their experience with disability, but rather the isolation that often results from the experience of disability.

This workshop will examine the importance of relationships in our lives and ideas for helping people to build positive, enduring relationships.

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Living Well with Vision Loss Event

Read again, travel safely and participate fully in daily life.

Living Well with Low Vision: Tools and Technology for Independence

Day long special event for persons with vision loss, their families /friends and interested professionals. Presented by professionals in low vision and assistive technology from Salus University and Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT). Continue reading