The National APSE Conference is the only national conference focused solely on the advancement of Employment First. The Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE) National Conference brings together more than 1,000 community leaders, businesses, and people with disabilities from across the country and around the world to network and discuss state-of-the-art strategies to ensure equitable employment for all citizens with disabilities.
Join us and take advantage of:
- Education and networking opportunities
- Pre-conference sessions followed by 2.5 days of more than 100 high-quality, interactive breakout sessions by national subject matter experts
- Dozens of Exhibitors
- National Awards
June 17, 2019 - Pre-conference events; register here
June 18 through 20, 2019 - General Conference
Liz Weintraub, the host of the Association of University Centers on Disabilities’ video series Tuesdays With Liz: Disability Policy For All, where she uses plain language to make complex policies accessible to all. Liz has a long history of leadership in self-advocacy, and has held many board and advisory positions at state and national organizations.
Frances West, the creator of Authentic Inclusion™, the institutional insight that human diversityis at the core of disruptive innovation. Authentic Inclusion™ calls for holistic actions across all parts of an institution to respect an individual human’s ability to make a difference not in spite of, but because of their difference. Frances is an internationally recognized thought leader, keynote speaker, strategy advisor, women-in-technology executive, and author of Authentic Inclusion™ Drives Disruptive Innovation.
The 2019 National APSE Conference promises to be a celebratory event in the Gateway City as we celebrate 30 years of APSE.
Cancel by April 1, 2019, receive a full refund minus a 25% processing fee.
Cancel by June 1, 2019, receive a 50% refund minus a 25% (of the total registration) processing fee.