North Dakota and Colorado both have a lot in common with Wyoming, so it felt like working with old friends in September.
The University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at Minot State brought together a terrific group of collaborators – North Dakota State Council on Developmental Disabilities, North Dakota Protection & Advocacy and Advocates Leading their Lives.
The Executive Director of Alliance, an association dedicated to strengthening community services and supports for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, told us “The film and panel discussion were the highlight” of their conference.
We worked with another Colorado nonprofit in September. Developmental Pathways serves individuals with developmental disabilities/delays and their families in southeast Denver. Rachel Walker, Community Partnerships Manager, loved that the programming spoke to both employers and employees.