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Notes from our CEO

5/9
Welcome to our new site!
Tina M. Campanella

Tina M. Campanella

Welcome all:

We are proud to unveil the new, fresh look of Quality Trust’s website!  We’ve heard your feedback and made changes to ensure our site is more user-friendly, integrated with our social media, and has a clean, simple and easy to use style.  The new site is also designed to adapt to smartphones, tablets and computers so you can access our information from anywhere! (more…)

News

   4/14  Cruisin’ for a Cause 2016
  As we get ready for our 2016 Cruisin’ for a Cause on Sunday, July 31st, we are looking for corporate sponsors and individual host committee supporters, along with silent auction items. Silent auction items could include anything from theater tickets, certificates for dinners out on the town, or spa treatments. If you are interested in being a corporate sponsor, individual host committee member, or providing a silent auction item, please contact Courtney Clark at cclark@dcqualitytrust.org or 202-459-4013 (direct). Check out the photos below to see what a great time we have on the boat, and make sure you join us for the fun this year! Read more
3/15  WAMU 88.5: From Institution to Inclusion
From Tuesday, March 15th – Friday March 18th, WAMU 88.5 will be doing a four-part series with Martin Austermuhle on the struggles of DC residents with developmental disabilities. The series will be airing on 88.5 FM at 6:50am and 8:50am. To accompany the four-part series, there is an extended written component with photos as well, which can be found here: https://wamu.atavist.com/from-institution-to-inclusion.
3/10  Better Together Reception 2016
We had a great time at China Chilcano this year for our annual BTR! Thank you to all who could join us, and a big thank you to our wonderful sponsors! Gelman, Rosenberg, & Freedman CPA and Raffa are joining us as sponsors for the third year in a row! Both HSCSN and Pollinger Company joined as sponsors for the first time this year. We are so grateful to our sponsors for helping us to create an outstanding event to celebrate Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month to recognize the important work of disability stakeholders! Read more
4/14  We’re Moving!
We are moving offices! Beginning May 1, 2015 we will be at: 4301 Connecticut Ave., NW, Ste. 310 Washington, DC 20008  Please send all correspondence and invoices to the above address.
   4/14  Cruisin’ for a Cause 2015
On Sunday July 19, 2015 we will be hosting our annual Cruisin’ for a Cause!  The cruise will be at 600 Water Street, SW, Washington DC 20024 Our “Cruisin’ for a Cause” is our premiere fundraising event when we come together to celebrate the many contributions, achievements and progress Quality Trust and our partners have achieved over the past year for children, adults and families that have a loved one with a developmental disability. Read more

Events

   4/14  Cruisin’ for a Cause 2016

 

cruise save the date

As we get ready for our 2016 Cruisin’ for a Cause on Sunday, July 31st, we are looking for corporate sponsors and individual host committee supporters, along with silent auction items. Silent auction items could include anything from theater tickets, certificates for dinners out on the town, or spa treatments.

If you are interested in being a corporate sponsor, individual host committee member, or providing a silent auction item, please contact Courtney Clark at cclark@dcqualitytrust.org or 202-459-4013 (direct). Check out the photos below to see what a great time we have on the boat, and make sure you join us for the fun this year!

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   5/21  Supported Decision Making Webinar Series – Part III

May 22, 2014 1 – 2:30pm, EST

What are the implications of the Jenny Hatch decision for future Olmstead litigation and settlement agreements? Should SDM and the development of decision-making capacity be a part of Special Education transition planning? Should guardianship laws be changed to identify or embrace SDM as a less restrictive option? A panel of experts will discuss policy development options to accelerate systems change at a local, state, and federal level. Read More…

   5/14  Understanding Benefits & Financial Planning for the Future

Families want to provide for their children as long as possible. With the different governmental benefits; in addition, to the governmental regulations such as the IRS, each family would like to know how to be most effective in meeting the needs of their family members. The laws are ever changing and the resources are expanding and diminishing. This session will host experts who can give foundational knowledge about where to go and what actions to take.

Speakers: Maedi Tanham Carney CPF & CWIC, M&L Special Needs Planning, Michael Orleans, The Meltzer Group, presented. Read More…

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