Family Café summit this weekend for Floridians with disabilities

The 24th Annual Family Café will host its yearly summit this weekend.

The event takes place from Friday, May 27 to Sunday, May 29 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando, which is located at 9801 International Drive.

The Family Café brings together Floridians with all types of disabilities together for three days of information, training and networking. The event will feature individual breakout sessions, dozens of vendors, special events, and keynote speakers. It offers attendees exposure to resources on a grand scale, access to policy-making officials, and a chance to network with other individuals with disabilities and their families.

The event is free with no registration cost for people with disabilities and their families. For those attending the event in a professional capacity, a $200 registration fee will be assessed.

For more information, visit the Family Café website.

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