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Disabilities

                                                  

PURPOSE:                

To be a catalyst for changes and projects in the community that would benefit persons with disabilities by providing a networking opportunity for representatives of agencies that serve persons with disabilities and by organizing focused events.

 

 

MEETINGS: Held bi-monthly at noon at various agencies on the third Monday starting in September. Here is a list of the Meeting Dates

September 16th 2013 & November 18th 2013. January 20st 2014, March 17th 2014 & May 19st 2014.


 

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Hear reports from agencies represented

 

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Exchange news of HSAC & agency activities.

 

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Choose the best use of an HSAC annual grant. 

In 2007-8 two $250 projects were approved for SAIL & Easter Seals;

in 2008-9 a $500 grant was approved for Easter Seals;

In 2009-10 a $400 grant was approved for Easter Seals

In 2010-11 a $300 grant was approved for an Easter Seals/D.I.G.G. gardening project.

In 2011-12 a $500 grant was awarded to the Macon-Piatt Transition Planning Committee for partial funding of a very successful all-day transition seminar for 200 students and 25 teachers/advisors

In 2012-13 a $500 grant was awarded to Easter Seals - central Illinois to help fund Speech and Language therapy for its expanding Autism treatment projects.

 

 2013/2014 Co-CHAIRS: 


Teri Moore, Easter Seals - Central Illinois
Ph: 429-1052 - E-mail: tdjmoore@easterseals-ci.org
 

Samantha McDermith, SAIL,
Ph 876-8888 - E-mail: smcdermith@decatursail.com 

 

 CONTACT

Paul Rosenberger, Ph: 877-4789 E-mail: pcrvkr@aol.com

 

 

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