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enableUS - Sponsor enableUS is a unique organization that produces educational events for the emergency management and disability communities.  enableUS partners with government agencies, non-profits, NGOs, associations and the private sector to empower these communities to prepare and respond to emergencies and disasters.  enableUS hosts forums that encourage the exchange of ideas, information, resources and fosters collaborative relationship building to better equip US all.

The mission of the Kentucky Council on Developmental Disabilities is to create change through visionary leadership and advocacy so that people have control and choices over their own lives..

The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security is striving to ensure the commonwealth's communities, first responders and families have the resources they need to be ready and prepared.  The agency lead's the commonwealth's coordination and collaboration efforts with public and private partners to ensure a ready and prepared Kentucky.

The Kentucky Self-Advocates for Freedom is a statewide organization directed by Kentuckians with disabilities committed to working in partnership with all interested parties to promote equal rights, inclusion, self-advocacy, support and education in all realms of life. The organization is funded through the Kentucky Council on Developmental Disabilities.


Innovative Data Systems Inc., produces software solutions that make a difference in the lives of others. The InDEP system, created in conjunction with the city of St. Louis, facilitates a coordinated effort across multiple agencies in locating and providing aid to vulnerable populations during emergencies. For more information


The Community Emergency Preparedness Information Network (CEPIN) assist in developing and maintaining relationships between the emergency management and access and functional needs communities. Through accessible training offerings, CEPIN allows for a greater understanding in responding to disability communities when man-made and natural disasters occur.  The program was founded in 2004 when FEMA awarded a grant to TDI to provide training for emergency managers in the areas of responding to deaf and hard-of-hearing consumers.  In 2007, DHS awarded TDI/CEPIN an additional grant to develop a web-based training program for emergency managers that focuses on all disability communities.. For more information

Become a Sponsor

Interested in showcasing your products and solutions to an audience of government agency decision makers? Budget-conscious sponsorship packages are available for this conference. Click here for a sponsorship package or contact Brian Lake 703-894-7414 for further information.

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