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Overview

The Boggs Center’s Developmental Disabilities Lecture Series is a community and continuing education program provided for professionals, policymakers, individuals with disabilities, and family members to enhance their knowledge and skills in innovative approaches and state of the art practices for people with developmental disabilities.

Since its inception in 1984, the Developmental Disabilities Lecture Series has provided a unique venue for bringing nationally renowned leaders in the field of developmental disabilities to New Jersey. Free and open to the public, the series has become a common ground for the sharing of new information, collaborative problem solving, and a forum for the development and refinement of state policy.

Eight sessions of the Developmental Disabilities Lecture Series are held each year, four in the Fall, and four in the Spring. Over 1,500 people attend the Developmental Disabilities Lecture Series each year.

The Boggs Center gratefully acknowledges funding for the series provided by the Division of Developmental Disabilities, Department of Human Services, State of New Jersey, and the Administration on Intellectual and
Developmental Disabilities, Administration for Community Living, US Department of Health and Human Services.

Audio recordings and handouts from previous sessions are also available on The Boggs Center web site.

View 250 Sessions of the Developmental Disabilities Lecture Series (PDF)

Project Manager: Robyn Carroll
Program Staff: Debbie Mahovetz, Ziba Arjmand
Project Support Staff: Rachel Anderson

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