Communities Actively Living Independent & Free (CALIF) would like to invite you to come see the new Communication Center. CALIF was awarded a grant through the California Communication Access Foundation (CCAF) to implement a Communication Center for the disabled community and others.
Purpose of the Communication Center: The CALIF Communication Center was put into operation to provide access to equipment, tools, ways of connecting, and better communication for people with disabilities.
From the CALIF website: (click here for more)
Communities Actively Living Independent & Free's (CALIF) story is a piece of the overall and continuing story of the Disability Rights Movement in Los Angeles. The founders of CALIF not only come from a very diverse group of people with disabilities and ethnic backgrounds but also from different Disability Rights Activist groups like ADAPT, Californians for Disability Rights, California Network of Mental Health Clients, Special Services for Groups and AARP.
[Amy Hlad, Dynavox] will be attending this opening to demonstrate and discuss the latest in high tech DynaVox devices and services. Those attending will have the opportunity to try DynaVox devices, learn about the funding process, and meet and network with clinicians in the field, families, and supporters of AAC and AT.
When: Friday, August 26 · 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Where: Communities Actively Living Independent and Free (CALIF)
634 South Spring Street, 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, California 90014
For more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or CALIF at email@example.com