Friday, March 11, 2016

Announcing PUSH DAY 2016

Hundreds of Kansans with disabilities, along with their families and their advocates, rally at the Statehouse with InterHab each year to call for legislative priorities such as full funding of social services that they rely on to continue living independently.

This year Push Day will focus on empowering Kansans with disabilities to make their voices heard and remind legislators of the power of this large and active community of voters.

We will rally around the movement #myvotecounts to spread our message through the Statehouse and social media. 

Schedule of Events
9:30 a.m.  Participants arrive and gather on the lawn on the South apron of the Capitol building
10:30 a.m. Welcome address and speakers
12:00 p.m. Lunch (participants may order lunches through InterHab or bring their own)
1:00 p.m.  Visit legislators, deliver advocacy materials and fill the galleries.



  1. Your comments do not seem to be working, or maybe I'm just too stupid to figure out how to post.

  2. I'm sorry but I do not see how anything can change as long as we have these nasty, belittling, lying social workers at ĶDADS and associated agencies. No one is supervising them when they are in the field. No one hears the things they say to clients. No one believes the clients' complaints, clients face retribution if they report anything. Same goes for group home staff in Wichita. It just feels like we are being crushed more every day.