City Continues Mini-Series on Resources for Those with Developmental Disabilities

The free program takes place at the Pleasanton Public Library on May 7.

The City of Pleasanton continues the Doors to the Future miniseries for families of, and individuals with, developmental disabilities with a free program focused on the services and benefits available. The program takes place on Wednesday, May 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Pleasanton Public Library meeting room, 400 Old Bernal Avenue.

The event will include a presentation about Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits and the Affordable Care Act by Bryon MacDonald, the Employment and Disability Benefits Initiative Program Director of the World Institute on Disability. 

Doors to the Future is co-sponsored by Gina Gourley who had a 25-year career in special education with the Pleasanton Unified School District and is now an independent consultant. She serves on the boards of several non-profits that serve those with developmental disabilities, and is a member of the Alameda County Inter-agency Transition Team.

For more information about Doors to the Future, please contact Jessica Reaber at (925) 931-5373.

—Information submitted by City of Pleasanton


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