A self-advocacy group for adults with disabilities. Focuses on promoting increased opportunities and choice.
Location: Learning Disabilities Association, 1650 South Avenue, Rochester, NY
Time: Fourth Wednesdays of each month, 5:30-7 PM
Fee: No fee
Facilitation: Member Facilitators
Eligibility: For individuals with and without disabilities interested in promoting equal citizenship and choice for those with varying abilities
Patricia Willis or Marilyn, 224-7100, No e-mail available
1650 South Avenue Suite, Rochester, NY
Sponsored by: Learning Disabilities Association of the Genesee Valley, Inc.
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