The Low Intensity Support Services program (LISS) is low level funding designed to improve an individual or family's quality of life, increase or maintain independence, and participate in their communities. The LISS program uses an automated system called the Random Selection Process to select individuals who may be eligible for funding, granting up to $2000 for services and items to address their needs. LISS Random Selection one-page application will be accepted beginning November 1, 2016 until November 30, 2016 for…Find out more »
Special Education Citizen's Advisory Committee (SECAC) meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. For more information, contact Pamela Talley at 240-441-3657 or at firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Featured Events Learn from your Peers - Advocacy Skill Building and Person First Language Exercises Lets Talk Politics - Mat Rice- POG Public Policy Advocate - Bring us update about legislation and talk about how you get involved Advocacy Groups - network with your peers Please bring $5 for lunch Contact Tami Goldsmith (Tami@pogmd.org) or 443-923-9593 to RSVP and/or communicate any transportation needsFind out more »
The Sprout Film Festival inspires audiences across the nation by focusing
on exclusive films that celebrate the diverse lives and creativity of people
with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).
Each showing will introduce powerful, thought-provoking films from around
the world to promote greater acceptance, celebrate differences and light
the spark to help make the invisible, visible.
Each showing will feature up to 90 minutes of short films. Together, we strive
to challenge assumptions and breakdown stereotypes