Maryland Rehabilitation Conference 2015

Maryland Rehabilitation Association & MSDE Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) Present:

A D A at 25. 1990-2015.  Embracing Change & Empowering Abilities.  Maryland Rehabilitation Conference 2015. 

  October 29-30, 2015
Radisson Hotel North Baltimore
(formerly North Baltimore Plaza Hotel)
2004 Greenspring Drive
Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093

Help us commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Join with your fellow rehabilitation professionals to take a look back at the journey for civil rights for people with disabilities, celebrate this landmark legislation, and work with our colleagues and communities to continue to strive toward the promise of equality and inclusion envisioned by the passage of the ADA.
  • Keynote Speaker – Marian Vessels, Director of the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center.
  • Lunchtime Speakers – Thursday: Patricia Leahy, Director of Government Affairs for the National Rehabilitation Association.  Friday: Amanda Taylor, Creative Chance Founder/Director.
  • 24 Breakout Sessions on disability, employment, vocational rehabilitation, assistive technology, accessibility and personal development. (8.25 CRC credits available).
  • Dozens of Vendors & Exhibitors showcasing the latest in rehabilitation products and services.
  • Continental Breakfast with the Exhibitors on Thursday sponsored by the MRA – come early for a light breakfast and network with your colleagues and the exhibitors in a relaxed setting.
  • MRA Silent Auction – back by popular demand!
  • Rehab Happy Hour – You’re invited to join your colleagues Thursday afternoon at the nearby Hightopps Backstage Grille for a casual happy hour.  No cost to attend.  RSVP with your conference registration to receive a free gift. 

Conference fee includes the continental breakfast with the exhibitors Thursday morning, lunch on Thursday and Friday, and access to all Keynote, Lunchtime and Breakout Sessions and the Exhibit Hall.

  • Professional registration is $165 for both days, or $125 to attend one day.
  • Student registration is $75.
 

Registration CLOSED October 8th

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