ATTENTION
Graduates - The Class of 2014 Regional Testimony sessions are coming up in October and YOU are INVITED! For location details, please contact Graduate Coordinator Carrie Burkin. Let's welcome & support our new colleagues!

Partners in Policymaking ® is an innovative national model of leadership training for people with developmental disabilities, parents and family members. It is designed to provide state-of-the-art knowledge about issues and policies related to disability, and to develop participant competencies to become more effective in influencing policy development at all levels. The overall intent is to achieve a productive partnership between people with developmental disabilities, parents, and family members, and those in position to make policy.

*NYS Partners in Policymaking ® is sponsored by the NYS Developmental Disabilities Planning Council

Evaluation Summary for the Partners Class of 2011 (PDF)
The full report is available on the Graduate Reporting Site.


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Individuals Interested in Becoming Partners

*Applications for the 2014 Partners Cohort Class is CLOSED.

Contacting Partners, PolicyMakers and Agencies

PolicyMakers wanting information or assistance

Partners in Action

*This posting is generated directly from Partners Graduates and is not produced by Cornell University's Employment & Disability Institute, The Advocacy Center, The New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council or any other organization. Content posted here may not reflect the views of these organizations and they are not responsible for this content.

Upcoming Events

  • Partners Module 8 Wrap-up Webinar
    Thursday, Nov 6, 2014
  • Partners Transition Webinar
    Thursday, Nov 20, 2014

Partner members, view archived Graduate webinars on Moodle

News

  • 02/11/2014
    Staff Members of The Advocacy Center present at TASH Conference
    learn more...

  • 01/06/2014
    Young 2013 Graduate Shares her Experience in PIP program
    learn more...

  • 12/13/2013
    2013 PIP Graduates Give Testimony
    learn more...

*The information and links in the news section are provided as resources from outside parties and do not imply endorsement or necessarily reflect the views of the NYS Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, Cornell University EDI or The Advocacy Center.

Contact Us

  • Cornell University
    Nancy Hinkley
    Principal Investigator, Project Director
    email: nah36@cornell.edu
    phone: (607) 255-1109

  • The Advocacy Center
    Jackie Yingling
    Training Coordinator
    email: yingling@advocacycenter.com
    phone: (585) 546-1700 ext. 224

Partnering Organizations

The Advocacy Center Employment and Disability Institute