SUPPORTED LIFE is a life that is rich in qualities a person most
desires, and one which shows how connected we all are to each other.
from a person's own choices, desires and dreams;
not controlled by what kind of services are currently available;
beyond just meeting a person's basic needs, to reaching a rich quality
all areas of a person's life;
always changing throughout a person's life;
the kind of life we all want and is not unique to people who happen
to have disabilities.
NOTE CHANGE IN DATE (one week later): now MAY 9 - 10, 2014
19th Annual Statewide Self-Advocacy Conference
"Self-Advocates Taking Flight"
Friday & Saturday, May 9th & 10th, 2014
Sacramento Lions Gate Hotel
Sponsored By: Supported Life Institute and Area Board 3
- State Budget
- Health & Wellness
- Independence & Living Options
- Microenterprises and Jobs
- People First and Self-Advocacy Groups
- Regional and Statewide Networking
- Relationships and Sexuality
- Serving on Boards and Facilitation
- Transition and Youth Self-Advocacy Skills
- Transportation Advocacy
Integrity House, Santa Ana
Advocates Training Advocates, Elk Grove
Registration Information | Registration Form
Please mark your calendars and spread the word:
28th Annual Supported Life Conference will be October 8 - 10, 2014
at Lions Gate Hotel / McClellan Conference Center, in Sacramento
Supported Life 2013 - "Wellness For All"
Empowering All People with Developmental Disabilities to be Fully Included in the Community
OCTOBER 10 - 11, 2013
Lions Gate Hotel, Sacramento, CA
We appreciate the increased attendance of 330 at this exciting event!
Please visit our Exhibitor information to see links to excellent vendors as well.
OCTOBER 9, 2013
Thanks to over 100 of you helping celebrate and honor the contributions of our 7 Inclusion Celebration honorees.
It was a meaningful, touching tribute to their efforts, inspiring all of us to redouble our efforts to include people with disabilities in every aspect of the community.
Presented by Supported Life Institute & Area Board 3
Brochure/Registration Form Sessions Inclusion Celebration Exhibitors
Communication & Assistive Technology
Friday November 8th, 2013
Lions Gate Hotel
3410 Westover Street
Sacramento (McClellan), CA 95652
One-day conference designed for speech therapists (earn CEUs!), families, educators, support agencies,
and people who use communication devices.
- provides training on basics of Assistive Technology (AT) and opportunities that high,
mid and low technologies offer persons with disabilities
- features - Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
- highlights - Assistive Technology Solutions in the home
- is designed for families, speech therapists, educators, agencies, and individuals served
- includes presentations from technology companies on what makes them different
- offers hands-on technology demonstrations
Attention Speech Pathologists!
Earn up to 6 hours CEU
"Introductory Level, Professional Area"
Thanks to the 380 who participated!!!
Please Mark Your 2014 Calendar and Tell a Friend about the
19th Annual Statewide Self-Advocacy Conference:
May 2 - 3, 2014
SEE COMMENTS FROM THE ATTENDEES
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The 18th Annual
Statewide Self-Advocacy Conference
"No Limits -- No Boundaries"
Friday and Saturday
May 3 - 4, 2013
McClellan Conference Center
Regional Center Vendor Codes:
Conference Registration: Vendor # : P63905
Hotel (Sacramento Lions Gate Hotel): ZA4298
Are you interested in being a Facilitator
who assists a member of Alta Regional Center’s
Board of Directors?
People who use Alta Regional Center services are joining
advisory committees and boards of directors to share their
Alta’s Board of Directors assures its
members who have disabilities have the
assistance they need by providing a support person or
Members select facilitators who
assist them with carrying out their duties on the
Board and Committees.
The Supported Life Institute is available to help with
the selection, payment and training of facilitators.
To learn more about being a facilitator, contact Supported Life Institute