Florida SAND Annual Conference
The FL SAND Annual Conference is an annual statewide conference to build skills and offer information about the Florida Self-Advocacy Movement and about services and choices that people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities have in their life.
The purpose of FL SAND is to support local grassroots development, expand the Florida Self-Advocacy Movement, provide a united voice for statewide issues and topics that are important to Florida Self-Advocates, create community awareness and promote inclusion for all. FL SAND will achieve freedom, independence, and equal rights with united voices and the power of sharing.
Join our team of amazing professionals for 2 days of networking, learning, and presenting. You'll be setting yourself up for success! The conference will take place in Orlando from Friday, December 5 to Sunday, December 7, 2014 at The Florida Hotel and Conference Center at 8001 South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL, 32809.
FDDC Council Meeting
January 28-29, 2015
Watch for more information and details coming soon!
DD Awareness Day at the Capitol 2015 is scheduled for Thursday, March 5, 2015
CLICK HERE for the FDDC Media Kit for holding a DD Awareness Day in your community!
2014 Public Service Message
We Are Your Neighbors - Look At Our Abilities, Not Our Disabilities!
Click Here for the 30 second Public Service Announcement
Click Here to view PSA story found in the October 2014 Issue of FLORIDA TREND Magazine
FDDC ANNUAL REPORT
"Building Towards The Future" - (Click Here) for full 2013 Annual Report
(Click Here) for 2013 Palm Card
"Meaningful Participation In Community Life" - (Click Here) for full 2012 report
Vertical Training Program (Project Achieve) - Into its third year
The Florida Developmental Disabilities Council is committed to advocating and promoting meaningful participation in all aspects of life for Floridians with developmental disabilities. We especially enjoy sharing some of the stories of success such as the Florida State College at Jacksonville, in collaboration with the Duval County and Nassau County School Districts Project Achieve. This project is designed to provide students with intellectual disabilities, ages 18-22, the support to pursue their post-secondary education at a college, specifically working on certification in the field of their choice. Click Here for the full story.