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Completing the Census is a Snap!

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

Don’t let COVID-19 stop you from completing your 2020 census. It has never been easier to respond to the census from the comfort of your own home. You can complete your census online, over the phone, or by mail–all without having to meet someone in person. If you have not received your census invitation… Read More »

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Training Updates

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

NOTICE: Due to COVID-19 concerns, The Advocacy Network will be canceling face-to-face training courses for the remainder of March. If the situation allows, we will resume face-to-face training courses in April. Our online training courses Discovering Inclusion, and Introduction to Successful Inclusion of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) continue to be available. Register… Read More »

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PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES COUNT. BE COUNTED!

2020 Census! Get Informed!

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

Here is everything you need to about the Census! From fact sheets to frequently asked questions, checkout these materials to get informed about the importance of the 2020 Census. For additional help please contact Kathy Rodriguez at (305)596-1160 x261 or krodriguez@advocacynetwork.org. Census 101 – PDF Censo 101 Espanol – PDF Why We Ask –… Read More »

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16th Annual Charity Poker Tournament

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

16th Annual Poker Tournament Sunday, February 2rd, 12:30-3:30pm Bet Shira Congregation 7500 SW 120th St. Miami, FL 33156 Our 16th annual Texas Hold-Em Poker Tournament is here! All proceeds benefit The Advocacy Network on Disabilities’ Wheelchair Repair Fund. Want to learn more about the history of this event and funding available to kids in… Read More »

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First Deaf and Blind Harvard Law Graduate Says Accessibility Isn’t Charity

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

By Salem Solomon WASHINGTON – Haben Girma, a lawyer born deaf and blind, has advocated for accessibility from her hometown of Oakland, California, all the way to the White House. Now, she has written a book about her journey. In a phone interview with VOA, Girma read questions on a braille display after they… Read More »

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Upcoming Training Opportunities for February 2020

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

Upcoming Training Opportunities for February DISCOVERING INCLUSION 2: BEYOND AWARENESS Monday, February 3, 2020 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Program staff who passed the Discovering Inclusion training on line will learn in-depth information about specific disabilities, and strategies for developing and implementing accommodations and adaptations for each. This targets direct services staff and supervisors… Read More »

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2019 Breakfast for Champions Photos

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

Click here to view the photographs taken by Keith Spurlock for our annual Breakfast for Champions 2019.

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Give Miami Day 2019!

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

Give Miami Day 2019 is almost here! This year Give Miami Day is being held on Thursday, November 21st. This 24-hour event allows anyone to make a philanthropic impact by collectively supporting our local nonprofit organizations. Stay tuned to learn more about how to support The Advocacy Network on Disabilities this year!

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Register Now 2019

Registration for the Breakfast for Champions 2019 is now open!

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

Click here to register now.

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NOW HIRING INCLUSION SPECIALISTS

By The Advocacy Network on Disabilities |

The Advocacy Network on Disabilities is the home of the All Children Together (ACT) Resource Network, an initiative of The Children’s Trust. Our role is to work with organizations funded by The Children’s Trust to increase their capacity to provide quality, inclusive programs to ALL children and youth, including those who have disabilities. Using… Read More »

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