Join us for the American Indian Disability Summit
Our mission is to provide interaction, networking, education and support for American Indians with disabilities and their families, and bridging opportunities and resources in rural and urban tribal communities.
15th Annual American Indian Disability Summit Gathering
Listing of Donors for the 15th Annual American Indian Disability Summit
Singing of the National Anthem by Miss Indian Arizona Niagra Rockbridge with Kimberly Yellow Robe
Honor Guard Ira Hayes Post 84 Gila River Indian Community
Blessing by Dr. John Molina Phoenix Indian Medical Center
“I have attended the American Indian Disability Summit for four years. This event has helped me gather medical references that I use to this day. I have attended a workshop for Nutritionist presentation and they accept my medical insurance so I have build a great long lasting relationship with them as a patient. I enjoy the lunch and networking with different booths. I got in touch with Hanger that helps with my diabetic shoes and they accept my medical insurance. This event has allowed me to make new friends and meet up with friends that I haven’t seen in while. I enjoy the raffles and support this event provides. It allows me learn tips, tools, and strategies to get through the hard times and is full of laughs and fun people. Thank you.
~ Jessica Antonio
AZ@Work Career Advisor, South Job Center – Travis Williams Family Services Center
Eva Bighorse, Division of Developmental Disabilites-Arizona Dept. of Economic Security
Travis L Williams Family Services Center
The Arc of Arizona
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
Kimberly Yellow Robe
Banner University Health Plans
Betty John Division of Developmental Disabilities – Arizona Department of Economic Security
Gila River Indian Community-Employment & Training Dept.
University of Arizona College of Medicine, Sonoran University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Rehabilitation Services Administration, AZ Dept. of Economic Security
DHHS Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Central Intake Center