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August 13 & 14, 2020

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Boise, Idaho, USA

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About the Conference

The Western Partnerships Conference on Human Services provides quality disability and mental health training to human service professionals, teachers, counselors, parents, self advocates and community members who serve and support individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness.

Training sessions provide the most innovative, cutting edge techniques and information in the disability services field to our attendees. Speaker presentations will offer new ideas, insights and strategies to inspire and challenge our audience. Our sessions are designed to empower attendees to put into practice what they learn, interact with each other and find inspiration. The conference provides an exciting forum for the exchange of practical knowledge and new strategies.

2020 Call For Speaker Presentations

This year’s conference will focus on bringing the most innovative techniques and information in the disability services field to our attendees. Speaker presentations will offer new ideas, insights and strategies to inspire and challenge our audience. Sessions are designed to empower attendees to put into practice what they learn, interact with each other and find inspiration.

We are currently seeking submissions for presentations and we invite you to consider sending a proposal.

Presentations for full day, half day, and 90 minute breakout sessions are being accepted. Proposals will be reviewed as they are submitted. We hope to finalize the schedule by February 28th.

Submissions should be made online by following the link below, and must be complete with all requested material to be considered by the committee.

2020 Sponsorship Opportunities

The Western Partnerships Conference on Human Services is the largest regional conference providing quality training to those who serve and support individuals with disabilities and mental illness.

Join the 600+ attendees and showcase your business.

Keynote Speaker

Chris Ulmer

Chris Ulmer headshot

Chris Ulmer is the founder of the leading neurodiversity movement, SBSK (Special Books by Special Kids). Chris travels the globe meeting friends with a diagnosis and sharing their stories on social media.  He believes that when we take the time to hear someone’s story and view life from their perspective, we learn and grow as humans making the world a better place. Together Chris and the SBSK community are promoting conversations on acceptance and inclusion around the world.

On The Agenda

Something for Everyone - from Beginners to Experts

This year’s conference will focus on bringing the most innovative, cutting edge techniques and information in the disability services field to our attendees. Speaker presentations will offer new ideas, insights and strategies to inspire and challenge our audience. Our sessions are designed to empower attendees to put into practice what they learn, interact with each other and find inspiration. The conference provides an exciting forum for the exchange of practical knowledge and new strategies.

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Venue

The conference is being held at the Boise Centre on the Grove.

850 W. Front Street
Boise, ID
83702

2020 Conference News

The latest conference updates and special offers

Contact Us

Are you interested in being a sponsor or speaker for an upcoming event? Have questions about attending the event? Get in touch now.

Event Organizer

3040 N. Five Mile Rd
Boise, ID 83713

Phone:
1-208-376-4999

Fax:
1-208-376-4988

Email: bibiana.nertney@mycpid.com

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