Disability Awareness Month: Conversations About Disabilities (Virtual Events)

Join Central Piedmont Disability Services as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act. We are proud to offer virtual opportunities for you to develop a deeper understanding and celebrate the diverse experiences of our students with disabilities.

Virtual sessions align with Central Piedmont’s values by connecting the dots between students with disabilities, equal access, and providing educational resources that all students benefit from on the way to success.

Student Session — Your Voice: Self-Advocacy

Tuesday, October 27, 11 a.m.–noon

Understanding your rights and responsibility as a person with disability is necessary to your success. Susan Sacco and 
Blaire Johnston, Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, will facilitate a discussion on advocacy and knowing your rights.

To join the session by phone, dial 415.655.0001 and enter the meeting number/access code when prompted. Learn how to use Webex.


Captioning and interpreters will be available during the virtual session. If you have additional needs we should take into account when planning this training session, please email us at disability.counselingservices@cpcc.edu at least three business days prior to the training session to discuss how we can best accommodate you.

Faculty and Staff Sessions

Log in to the Intranet to review Disability Awareness Month employee sessions (Central Piedmont login required).