We regret to inform you that, due to unforeseen circumstances at the venue, the 2023 Disability Policy Seminar will not take place March 20–22 at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC.
We are working to develop a program and provide the content you have always enjoyed and expected as part of your advocacy and education. Please check back for more details.
We have a lot of work to do to educate members of Congress and advocate for issues critical to the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, and allies.
We apologize for the uncertainty surrounding this event. As always, we are united in our effort to support your important advocacy.
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Why You Should Attend
2023 is the start of a new Congress which means many new opportunities to educate and advocate! Come deepen your knowledge about a wide array of policy issues affecting people with disabilities. At the Disability Policy Seminar, you will hear predictions about the upcoming Congress, learn about the most effective advocacy strategies, and gain valuable insights from policy experts and those “in the know.” You will walk away from the Seminar feeling confident in your knowledge and ready to take action to create a more equitable future for people with disabilities at the local, state, and federal levels.
Please note: scholarships are not currently available for this event. We also do not accept requests to speak at this event. The sponsoring partner organizations identify Congressional staff, policy experts, advocates, and others to speak.