NDAD's Dupré to talk about organization in FVND teleconference Dec. 12

Posted: Dec 02 2019

Posted: Nov 13 2019

Charitable nonprofit NDAD will be the focus of an Extended Learning Workshop teleconference by Family Voices of North Dakota (FVND) from 8 to 9 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 12.

Marsha Dupré, an NDAD client services representative based in Minot, will talk about the organization and its various programs. NDAD, also known as the North Dakota Association for the Disabled, assists people with disabilities and health concerns throughout the state and in neighboring states' border communities.

Marsha Dupré

Workshops are held in the evenings so families and providers can access information after hours, in the privacy of their homes.

To register, use this link: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg…

Once registered a toll-free number will be sent to you. The day of the workshop, materials will be sent to all who have registered. If you have questions, contact FVND, (888) 522-9654.


 

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