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2016 Alabama APSE Conference
July 20 - 22, 2016
Riverview Plaza Hotel
CALL FOR PRESENTATION ABSTRACT -
AL-APSE 2016 Conference: JULY 20 - 22, 2016
AL-APSE welcomes your proposal for a concurrent session on a current and relevant topic that will be of interest to professionals working in the disability field, individuals with disabilities, parents, SE personnel, program administrators, and rehabilitation personnel.
Call for Presentation Abstract: Word | PDF
Email completed abstract to Beth Hanks at email@example.com no later than
March 31st, 2016 (notify by April 30th, 2016).
REGISTRATION FORM - AL-APSE 2016
Registration Form & Hotel Information: PDF
AL-APSE Members: $210.00 Before June 30 (Must include Membership Number)
Non-AL-APSE Members: $240.00 Before June 1st
ADD $40.00 after June 30, 2016
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-353-7713 to discuss ADA needs
Must request by June 15, 2016
Cash Award Opportunity $$$
Alabama APSE 2016 Presents the AL-APSE Outcome Award
Your opportunity to showcase an outstanding outcome for an individual or family as a result of you or your agencies support. The Alabama APSE Chapter invites you to put on your Director's Cap, grab your video camera and spotlight an individual and/or family whose life has been impacted positively as a result of your efforts. The deadline to submit your video is June 1, 2016.
Read more about the AL-APSE Outcome Award (PDF)
You can email questions to email@example.com.
State Employment Leadership Network
SELN Findings and Observations Report – Alabama
Alabama Department of Mental Health/Division of Developmental Disabilities (DMH/DD)
Site Visit Dates: Sept. 30th – Oct. 2nd, 2013
Report (first draft): January 2014
DMH/DD comments: January 2015
Report (final): February 2015
SELN Member State Agency: Alabama Department of Mental Health/Division of Developmental Disabilities (DMH/DD)
SELN Findings and Observations Final Report – Alabama (PDF)
Agencies partner to offer innovative Project SEARCH program
Seeks to secure competitive employment for students with developmental disabilities
By Kristi Gates and Peggy Olson, Alabama Department of Mental Health Outlook
When 11 high school seniors in the Montgomery area leave for school each morning, they are actually going to Baptist Medical Center South in Montgomery to participate in a unique school-to-work program called Project SEARCH. Read the full text article.
AL-APSE Seeks Board Members
Al-APSE is currently seeking hard working members to serve on the Board of Directors. If you would like to become a leader within AL-APSE please submit your letter of interest with the following information to Beth Hanks and Byron White: Membership ID number and how you are connected to the enhancement of employment for people with most significant disabilities. The Board meets every other month via conference call with two face to face meetings per year - June and December generally. More information
The AL-APSE, The Network on Employment was formed in
1997 as a chapter of APSE, The Network on Employment. It is our goal to improve and expand
integrated employment opportunities, services, and outcomes for persons
with disabilities through employment with supports (supported employment).
AL-APSE is a membership organization with members from all part of Alabama.
This website is designed as an Internet resource to:
- Facilitate Alabama's supported employment process for people with
- Provide useful employment related information for Alabamians with
- Encourage the hiring of people with disabilities on a statewide level