Five days of interactive learning, sharing, and connecting. You will quickly realize this is like no other learning event as you make connections that will last a lifetime.
There will be time to listen to others share their learning with large groups, participate in small groups and have casual conversations about topics you’re most interested in.
Learn new ideas, skills, and practices. Meet and connect with community members. And if you’re a certified PCT trainer, attending a TLCPCP Gathering will help you maintain your trainer certification.
This year we focus on the inclusion, recognition, and appreciation of Direct Support Professionals (DSPs). We are making a deliberate effort to increase the presence and amplify the voices of DSPs in our work. TLCPCP, in partnership with NADSP, is supporting that participation by providing free registrations for 50 DSPs.
We celebrate the phenomenal work of DSPs and the impact they have on enriching peoples’ lives, and hope that our community will continue to benefit from their perspectives in the future.
Our volunteer Agenda Committee has put together a week of engaging online sessions hosted by people leading the way in person-centered practices. Attend sessions live via Zoom or watch recordings afterwards.
in conversation with Shelbi Davenport
in conversation with Shae Dotson
MEGAN MENDES & AIMEE ORTIZ-DAY
in conversation with Liz Rodgers-Ponce
in conversation with Courtney Williams
We’re looking forward to being together again in Portland in
This video collage was created by Kevin Wright from selfies submitted by 2020 Virtual Portland Gathering attendees!
State of Oregon
Office of Developmental Disabilities Services
Scholarships are available to self-advocates and family members
The TLCPCP Board believes active participation of self-advocates and family members in the Gathering is essential for its success and required if TLCPCP is to reflect its values in its actions.
Scholarships are available to self-advocates and family members (who are not also professionals working for an agency) who are actively engaged in using person centered practices and are seen as being able to make a positive contribution to the Annual Gathering.
Scholarship funds may be used toward the cost of registration. In order to maximize the effective use of the limited funds available, we encourage you to explore all alternative ways of paying for your costs.
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