2015 The Arc of Kentucky Annual Conference
Best Practices for People with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities
and their Families
“Great Expectations”
March 19-20, 2015
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Louisville, KY

The Arc of Kentucky is seeking Presentation Proposals for its 2015 Annual Conference. 

Proposal Submission Deadline: Proposals must be emailed, postmarked, or faxed by November 15, 2014 to be considered as conference content. Mail to: Conference Proposals, The Arc of Kentucky, 706 East Main Street, Ste. A, Frankfort, KY 40601; email: arcofky@aol.com, fax: (502) 875-5225. Questions or additional information, call (800) 281-1272 or (502) 875-5225.

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The Arc of Kentucky is the largest volunteer organization in the state. The Arc is a grassroots organization formed in 1955 by a small group of parents. (The national Arc was created in 1950.) The Arc is people – people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, neighbors and friends – advocating for fairness and equality. The Arc works to ensure a quality life for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We do this by focusing our efforts on P.E.O.P.L.E.!

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E – encouraging inclusion
O – optimizing supports
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