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10th Annual Pathways

to Employment Awards

hosted by the Prince George's Provider Council

 The Employment Awards Breakfast celebrates the achievements of Prince Georgians with disabilities, the dedicated individuals who support them, and the businesses that empower them to reach their dreams. The event will take place on Thursday, October 10, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Martin’s Crosswinds in Greenbelt. We hope to see you there.

Check out the following opportunities to become a part of the celebration.

 

  • Sponsorship Opportunities

As a sponsor, you demonstrate your commitment to the disability community and provide valuable support to help us celebrate the achievements of Prince Georgians with disabilities, the dedicated individuals who support them, and the businesses that empower them. Become a sponsor today.

  • Call for Award Nominations

Do you know a deserving individual, direct support professional, and/or business? (Nomination form coming soon)
 

  • Call for Speakers

We are currently seeking speakers for our upcoming awards event.  Learn how you can become a speaker

 

  • Call for Entrepreneurs

This is an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to display and sell their products. Click here to learn more

 

For more information contact the Provider Council at (301) 395-3241 or Aprilggetz@pgprovidercouncil.org

COLLABORATE

We work in partnership with our members to increase communication and sharing of Best Practices between Providers of a wide range of supports for people with intellectual/ developmental disabilities in Prince George’s County.

Collectively our membership employs thousands of people, including a large cadre of Direct Support Professionals who are responsible for the direct day-to-day support services for more than 2,800 Prince George’s County residents daily. Services range from employment support to day activities to residential support to personal care and case management. 

The Provider Council is extremely active and involved in a host of activities that contribute to member agencies having the resources they need to improve supports to people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and enhance the skills and quality of Direct Support Professionals. Our efforts promote the visibility of the provider community and strengthen the infrastructure of Prince George’s County system of support. We believe we must ensure that our services are available to those who need them and that we are seeking to continuously improve the quality of services in our network.

MISSION:

To advocate, collaborate, and educate for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

EDUCATE

We educate the community on the work we all do in support of individuals with intellectual/ developmental disabilities. By using a collaborative approach, we also coordinate training and distribute resources on the issues of service to the community.

ADVOCATE

We advocate to ensure people with intellectual/developmental disabilities living and working in Prince George’s County have the support system they need to be successful and lead a meaningful life including securing sufficient funding to support services by our Providers.

COMMUNITY

We strive to increase the opportunities for those we support to live meaningful lives in the communities of their choice, where they can fully participate in the community activities they choose. We believe that true community inclusion occurs when everyone can work and play side by side regardless of their capabilities.

giving a helping hand

Help make a difference today by donating to our cause. Every little bit helps! 

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