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Karlyn Farris

Ms. Farris has 20 years of experience in the non-profit sector. Several of those 2o years were in the fields of Program Management and Development of youth-oriented programs within underserved communities. Ms. Farris also has several years of experience as an educator spanning from the elementary school Special Education level to the Community College level. Currently, Ms. Farris is earning her Master’s in Social work degree from USC’s Suzanne Dwork-Peck School of Social work; her concentration USC is Mental Health, and her sub-concentration is Older adults and Healthy Aging.

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April 2018

L.I.F.E. Planning for People with Disabilities

Monday, April 23 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jewish Federation Building, 6505 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, 90048 United States + Google Map

L.I.F.E. stands for Long-Term Inclusion, Fulfillment and Empowerment.Persons with disabilities and their family members are invited to work together on creating long-term plans for the persons with disabilities in 7 domains, including spirituality/involvement in the Jewish community. Our work is based on the Torah imperative to "Do not disdain any person. Do not underrate the importance of anything for there is no person who does not have his/her hour, and there is no thing without its place in the sun."…

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