Both Mayor Daley and Governor Quinn have issued proclamations commending this event.
CHICAGO, June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- After months of anticipation, Abilities Expo (www.abilitiesexpo.com) - the premiere event for people with disabilities, their families, caregivers and healthcare professionals - is finally here. This free, three-day expo and conference will take place today, June 25, through Saturday, June 27, 2009 at the Schaumburg Convention Center.
"I commend everyone involved with this event for their commitment to enhancing the lives of Illinois citizens with disabilities," commented Governor Pat Quinn. Chicago Mayor Richard Daley also proclaimed this to be Abilities Expo Week because it helped to empower Chicago residents with disabilities.
Abilities Expo features a stellar line up of informative and interactive exhibits, events and sessions. Highlights include:
"We recently held the Abilities Expo in Metro New York and Southern California and more than 5,000 health care and special needs professionals, caregivers and people with disabilities gathered to gain knowledge and make lives a little easier," said David Korse, President and CEO of Abilities Expo. "We are thrilled to bring these opportunities to the people who need them here in the Midwest."
For more information, visit www.abilitiesexpo.com.
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