May 6th, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM PST


This is an online event via Zoom.

For more information on the Zoom platform, please visit https://youtu.be/hIkCmbvAHQQ prior to the event.


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2020 Community Summit Webinar Series

A Virtual Gathering Place!

It was a difficult decision to cancel the Community Summit conference that was planned to be held in Wenatchee, Washington in June 2020. In the meantime, the on-going COVID-19 public health crisis has affected every citizen - in our homes, our workplaces, and our communities. Social distancing and the loss of familiar routines has many of us feeling alone and missing our friends, families, and co-workers. But we are still a community!
* The Community Summit Webinar Series is free to attend!

Our May 6th launch call and the related offerings create a space for connection and reflection upon our current adaptive responses as well as beginning to chart pathways ahead. While we did not plan for this current disruptive adventure, we are in it and so we are all trying new practices, seeing new patterns, and prototyping new possibilities. When old patterns are unsettled, new patterns emerge that might be the seeds of a different future. What new patterns are you sensing and seeing? How might these new patterns affect the shape of your person centered work and practice? Beth Mount offers some hopeful perspectives

Opening Keynote: Beth Mount, Ph. D, Graphic Futures

Dr. Beth Mount is an international force for supporting all humans to see capacities in people with disabilities. For more than forty five years, she has worked toward the ideal that every person with a disability can be a valued member of community life. Her groundbreaking work related to Personal Futures Planning promotes the positive futures and images of people with disabilities throughout the world. Dr. Mount is the originator of Personal Futures Planning, which was the topic of her dissertation in the Department of Political Science at the University of Georgia.

Beth uses creativity and the arts—graphics, photography, film, and fiber—as another way to help people to express their dreams, communicate their values, and tell their stories. Her own artwork has been featured in museums and other arts venues.

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25 West 81st   Street, 16-B New York, NY 10024 212-362-9492




Special Musical Guest: 2019 Keynote Speaker Gaelynn Lea

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Gaelynn Lea Official Website: www.violinscratches.com