Dementia and I/DD Forum: Learn, Connect, Plan



A forum for advocates, thought leaders, family members and creative thinkers.

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June 28, 2018
Seatac Airport Conference Center
10:00 am to 2:30 pm

LEARN what we know about those with I/DD and dementia.

CONNECT and network with leaders from various disciplines and systems that support people with I/DD.

PLAN next steps we can take to better support those with I/DD in our state who develop dementia.

What to Expect

  • National Experts Dr. Seth Keller and Dr. Mathew Janicki
  • A presentation by the Washington State Dementia Action Collaborative on the progress made in our state to date.
  • A community conversation among forum participants on how we can better support people with I/DD who experience dementia.

REGISTER

Registration is free, but space is limited. To reserve your spot, contact Aziz Aladin.

 

Sponsors

Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council • The Arc—Washington State • University of Washington Center on Human Development and Disability • Allies in Advocacy • Dementia Action Collaborative/DSHS Aging and Long Term Support Administration • Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration • The Arc—King County • Alzheimer’s Association—Washington State Chapter

 

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