2014 accessibility summit | April 4-5
Join families, caregivers, faith-based organizations, service providers, teachers, and other professionals connected to the special needs community at the Accessibility Summit on April 4-5, 2014 in Washington, D.C.
Thank you, Dr. Paula Kluth and Scott Anderson, for being part of the Summit! We loved having you both!
Check out the Exhibitor Directory for a list of conference vendors and links to their websites.
Families of individuals with special needs of any type can face daily struggles to provide appropriate and loving care. The Accessibility Summit provides a wealth of information on a host of topics to help you meet those needs.Scott Campbell | President – Autism Society of Northern VA
The Accessibility Summit is an unparalleled celebration of God’s handiwork, as it is demonstrated in and through people with special needs. If you want or need to be encouraged, equipped, entertained, and energized, I highly recommend the Accessibility Summit.Tracy Terrill | Shepherds College, Union Grove, WI
The Accessibility Summit is a valuable conference on important issues for families with special needs members. Attendees receive a wealth of information on a broad range of topics including spiritual, financial, legal, and therapeutic options available.Michael Toobin, Attorney, Annandale, VA
The Accessibility Summit provides an extraordinary opportunity for information and learning. The resources, vendors, and speakers open up many possibilities for families. A MUST event!Jerry Hulick | The Washington Group Special Care Planning Team
The Summit was both educational and inspiring. I learned many things to take back to my church as we are starting a ministry for people with disabilities. All of the volunteers were kind, cheerful, and helpful. A wonderful experience – I will be back next year.Denise Peitzman
I have attended the Accessibility Summit for the past 6 years and it is my favorite time of year. It has become a place where I can connect with people who understand and share my passion for individuals with disabilities.Amy Kendall | Saddleback Church – Lake Forest, CA
The Accessibility Summit is a vital resource for parents of children and young adults with special needs. As the father of an 18 year old son, I know the challenges of effectively parenting, caring for, training, nurturing, and educating children and young adults with special needs.Chris Williams
The Accessibility Conference is a place where parents raising children with special needs and professionals who work with them can share experiences and recommend resources. It's the high point of my year!Jolene Philo | Author of the Different Dream Series