KYEA is announcing that the delegate application deadline for the 2014 Kansas Youth Leadership Forum has been extended for a final time to February 21, 2014.
This second extension is being made in order to provide more youth with the opportunity to apply this year. So, do you know of a high school junior or senior with a disability who has leadership potential or interest? Then they have one last chance to apply for this year's KSYLF!
The 2014 Kansas Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities will be held July 14-19, 2014 at Washburn University in Topeka. The KSYLF is an annual conference that is heading into its 14th year serving students with disabilities across the state.
PARSONS, Kan. -- The SKIL Resource Center, based in Parsons, has contracted with the University of Kansas to administer the Kansas Assistive Technology Loan Program.
Federal and state funds are utilized to help individuals with chronic health problems or disabilities obtain a variety of equipment that can be used at home, school or on the job.
Jeannette Grau was recently hired to manage the financial empowerment program. She will be working with personnel at AT access sites, located in Oakley, Salina, Wichita, Topeka and Parsons. Sara Sack is the director of the statewide Assistive Technology Program and Sheila Simmons is the coordinator. SKIL oversees two of the five AT access sites in Kansas.