Join us for our annual IEDC Holiday Social as we network and reflect on 2017. It's our annual tradition to bring a wrapped white elephant gift to the Holiday Social. A white elephant gift can be something unusual, a re-gift, or even something you have been trying to get rid of but you werent sure how. Join us for this light-hearted tradition.
Join the Inland Empire Disabilities Collaborative and its community partners for our Monthly Meeting on Tuesday November 21th at San Bernardino Valley College. Thomi Clinton, Chief Executive Officer of Transgender Community Coalition will be our guest speaker.
Join the Inland Empire Disabilities Collaborative and its community partners for our Monthly Meeting on Tuesday October 17th at San Bernardino Valley College. Vance Taylor from the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services will be our guest speaker.
The Agents of Change Conference will provide free training to 250 professionals that provide services and impact the lives of nearly 500,000 seniors and persons with disabilities (SPDs) living in the Inland Empire.
Keynote Speaker: Judy Huemann
Judy Huemann is an American disability rights activist. An internationally recognized leader in the disability community, Heumann is a lifelong civil rights advocate for people with disabilities. In January 2017 she retired as Special Advisor for International Disability Rights, U.S. State Dept. Click here to see a video of Ms. Huemann.
Celebrity Performer: José Feliciano
José Feliciano, is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter who was born blind, best known for many international hits, including his rendition of The Doors' "Light My Fire" and the best-selling Christmas single, "Feliz Navidad". In the US, he received widespread popularity in the 1960s, particularly after his 1968 album, Feliciano!, came out and was a number two hit. He has released many albums over the years in both English and Spanish.
Our goal is to motivate service providers to deliver services in an efficient way with topics such as:
Building technical skills base on ADA principles and other disability policy
Reconnecting to our Roots: Why do we do advocate for change?
Practical techniques that enhance services and bring financial resources to the Inland Empire
How can leaders incorporate change in their organization’s policy and provide efficient services for SPDs?
Join us Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at San Bernardino Valley College for the IEDC Monthly Meeting. Meeting starts at 9:30am, but join us as early as 9am for continental breakfast and networking. Speaker to be announced.
Join us at the Low Desert Quarterly Meeting on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at the Indio Senior Center. Our guest speaker will be Janie Delgadillo, Team Manager for Department of Rehabilitation, Palm Desert. Lunch will be provided.
Indio Senior Center 45700 Aladdin Street, Indio, CA 92201
Join us on Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at the San Bernardino Valley College for the IEDC Monthly Meeting. Our guest speaker will be Gabriel Uribe and Eddie Ramirez from Inland Empire Health Plan's Independent Living and Diversity Services Team and Jose Solorzano from Molina Health Plan's Bridges to Access Program. They will co-present on the History of the Independent Living Movement and Integrating Disability Pride into the Workplace.
Join the Inland Empire Disabilities Collaborative and its community partners for our Monthly Meeting on July 18th at San Bernardino Valley College. Vance Taylor from the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services will be our guest speaker.