DDA Town Hall: Home Survival During COVID

Silhouette of a person inside house during coronavirus pandemic. Stay home, keep safe, quarantine and isolation. Cardboard cutout.

The Developmental Disabilities Administration is hosting a virtual town hall to talk about home survival while living through a pandemic.

Thursday, May 14, 2020
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Please join DSHS’ Dr. Phillip Diaz, Clinical Director from the agency’s Developmental Disabilities Administration for a Home Survival training, scheduled for Thursday, May 14, 2020.  Dr. Diaz will provide practical tools and insights to help adapt to living together in isolated environments.

Thursday’s presentation will provide ideas for knowing yourself, your housemates, and the things you can do to thrive while learning new ways of being family.

Dr. Phil Diaz is a much sought after speaker who brings over 30 years clinical experience. His background includes Clinical Neuropsychology, School Psychology, Human Development, Counseling, and Measurement with an extensive experience in designing services for populations with special needs.

We hope you are able to attend.

What to Expect:

  • Get to know yourself and others
  • Learn how to deal with changes and disruptions
  • A chance to ask questions and share concerns

Who is Invited:

The meeting is open to the public, including (but not limited to): individuals with developmental disabilities (including those who do not receive DDA services), parents and other family members, and professionals.

How to Join:

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/99754970188?pwd=SFRuOW03Z2hUeGdBQVV1YndnVGp6UT09

Meeting ID: 997 5497 0188

Password: 421256

Phone Number: 1 253 215 8782

Meeting ID: 997 5497 0188

This event will be conducted and recorded in English and Spanish. If are unable to attend, the session will be uploaded onto DDA’s home page under Coronavirus Information.

To have this content translated and/or transcribed in a language other than Spanish, please contact Justin Chan.


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