Updated on 6/7/2011 4:05:27 PM.
Many of the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s researchers, leadership, trainees, faculty, staff, and community partners participated in the Ninth Annual Tennessee Disability MegaConference held June 2-3. Presentations were delivered, new programming was launched, and exhibitions were in place to educate conference attendees on research and services offered through the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center.
For more detailed information on Vanderbilt Kennedy Center representation at Tennessee Disability MegaConference, see the list below. Vanderbilt Kennedy Center affiliated presenters are denoted by an asterisk (*). Members of the Center’s Community Advisory Council are denoted by a double asterisk (**).
The Tennessee Disability MegaConference is an annual two-day event that brings a wealth of resources for Tennesseans with disabilities together under one roof. Sessions are held throughout the two days and are designed to inform and inspire not only people with disabilities, but also their families and professionals. This year, tracks were developed that focused on specific topics. Each track crossed 5 themes: Personal stories of success; Resources for success; Successful advocacy strategies; Assistive technology to promote success; and Navigating systems for success.
For more information about the Ninth Annual Tennessee Disability MegaConference, including a full conference program and pictures, visit: www.tndisabilitymegaconference.org.
Program Committee co-chairs: Lynnette Henderson* and Elizabeth Bishop
Public Relations Committee chair: Courtney Taylor*
For more information on the programming listed above, contact email@example.com.
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