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Empowering adults with disabilities by fostering independence and individual progress.

🌟Become a Voice of Inspiration with Empowered Voices! 🌟

Are you passionate about your profession? Do you love sharing your experiences and insights with others? Join us in empowering individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities by becoming a guest speaker for our Empowered Voices program!

At Empowered Voices, we believe in the power of real-world connections and firsthand knowledge. That's why we're inviting people from all walks of life to come in and share about their jobs, what it means to do what they do, and what they enjoy about it. By opening up about your career journey, you'll not only inspire our participants but also help them gain valuable insights into different industries and occupations.

As a guest speaker, you'll have the opportunity to engage with our participants, answer their questions, and provide them with a glimpse into the world of work. Whether you're a chef, a teacher, a comedian, an artist, or an engineer, your story has the power to spark curiosity, ignite ambition, and foster inclusion within our community.

So, if you're ready to make a difference and be a voice of empowerment, we'd love to hear from you! Simply fill out this form to express your interest in becoming a guest speaker for Empowered Voices. Together, let's create a more inclusive and integrated community where everyone's voice is heard and valued.

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SVRC's Empowered Voices program logo was created to encompass all disabilities. Within the logo, each color puzzle piece has a meaning:

  • Red - physical disabilities

  • Gold - neurodiversity

  • Blue - emotional and psychiatric disabilities, including mental illness, anxiety, and depression

  • Green - for sensory disabilities, including deafness, blindness, lack of smell, lack of taste, audio processing disorder, and all other sensory disabilities

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