Inaugural disability conference and expo scheduled for August.
Pennsylvania is taking center stage in the disability community, hosting the first Living Well With a Disability Conference & Expo, on Aug. 23–26, in Lancaster, Pa.
The event will challenge people with disabilities to discover their very best lives as they test the latest assistive technology, gain knowledge from national speakers, dive into the action of adaptive sports and much more.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet celebrity guests with disabilities including Sundance Channel’s Push Girls star Tiphany Adams and NBC’s Last Comic Standing winner Josh Blue.
Held at the Lancaster Marriott and Lancaster County Convention Center, the four-day conference and two-day expo will give people with disabilities and their caregivers, educators and parents the opportunity to interact with the latest adaptive products including modified vehicles, wheelchairs, assistive technology and much more. They will also have access to experts on topics from travel and employment to dating and the arts. The expo is free and open to the public.
For more information, visit livingwellwithadisabilityexpo.org.
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