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National Council on Disability Monthly Bulletin for December, 2009
Date:12/29/2009

ts, Education, Emergency Management, Employment, Healthcare, Housing, International Affairs, Statistics and Data, Telecommunications and Technology, and Transportation.

Applications were received from 1,776 people who applied for the 300 delegate slots. The selection process was completed in November and notification of selected participants will begin in January 2010.

To help ensure full participation, a limited number of scholarships will be available for consumer delegates (individuals with disabilities not representing an organization). The scholarship will cover hotel and a pro-rated per diem amount for two or three days as needed to assist with meals not covered as part of the Summit. Each delegate will be responsible for travel and other expenses. Accommodations required for participation during the meeting will be supplied. Lodging expenses for a personal care attendant traveling with the delegate may also be requested. Scholarships will be awarded upon request once delegate selection is complete.

For those interested in becoming sponsors, the National Summit offers a unique sponsorship opportunity that allows you to:

  • Reach over 10,000 community organizations and people with disabilities by having your sponsorship displayed on notices publicizing the Summit.
  • Reach over 300 national agencies and organizations by having your logo prominently displayed on Summit-related materials and at the meeting venue.
  • Reach the wider network of the disability community by having your sponsorship recognized in meeting proceedings and documents with anticipated circulation throughout federal agencies, congressional offices, and the disability community.
  • Enjoy the satisfaction of participating in and supporting an historic event.

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