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Carrie Ann Lucas Training –Registration Now Open!

Please join us in honoring Ms. Lucas’ extraordinary contributions to disability and family advocacy at the ORPC’s Carrie Ann Lucas Disability Advocacy training and reception.  The training and reception will be held on Colorado Carrie Ann Lucas Day, February 25, 2020.  Registration is now open!  Register here: https://fs7.formsite.com/ORPCColorado/mrkeaxfz8y/index.html.

February 25, 2020, 1:00-7:00 p.m.: Carrie Ann Lucas Disability Advocacy Training and Reception

Join the ORPC, Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition, and the Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center for this celebration of Ms. Lucas’ life and accomplishments.  The training will focus on what the law says about and parenting and disability, including:

  1. An introduction to the ADA and Rehabilitation Act, including what qualifies as a disability and how to recognize disability
  2. Family law and the ADA: treatment plans, reasonable accommodations, and resources
  3. Parent panel: parenting with a disability and parenting children with disabilities

The training will be held in the Colorado Room of the History Colorado Center (1200 Broadway, Denver, CO), with a reception to follow at the Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center (entrances at 1300 Broadway and 2 East 14th Street, Denver, CO).


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