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Al's presentation evaluation was (23) Excellent, (12) Good, (0) Fair, (0) Poor
Al had the highest amount of excellent out of all the speakers.
Mary Crimmins President of Self-Advocacy Network
Western MA Training Consortium Self Advocacy Network
Terrific, funny, very deep message when you got through laughing. I thought about my attitude toward individuals with disability and prognostications all the way home.
Dr. Bern Graney Dept of Rehabilitation
Springfield College-New York
Thanks again for sharing your message and agreeing to being a continuing partner in our SCOPE program. Your efforts are
very much appreciated.
City of Kirkland Police Dept.
Chief of Police
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