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NZDSA Planning For The Future Camp 2010
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NZDSA Planning For The Future Camp 2010

Three DVD's featuring speakers at the NZDSA Forum talking about Planning for the future
This set of DVD's features presenters at the NZDSA Forum on Planning for the future in 2010. DVD 1 runs for 1hr 50mins and features talks given by Dr. Robert Max, Dame Lesely Max and Jamie Max, Maria Dellapina from Specs4us, Dr Sarah Loveday and Carolyn Campbell from Paradigm. DVD 2  runs for 1hr 54mins and features talks given by Grant Cleland from Workbridge, Pam Henry from Disability Support Services, Gordon Pryde from MSD and Henrietta Trip from Health & Sexuality. DVD 3 runs for 2 hrs and features talks given by Cindy Johns from Jtd Solutions, Sue McKinnon from Idea Services and Lorna Sullivan from Standard Plus.

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