13th Annual Cross-Disability Best Practices Educational Inclusion Conference

Sponsorship Info

We invite you to join our growing sponsor circle

Support this one-of-a-kind resource for families, schools, professionals, self-advocates, and under-served populations. Together, we can erase the divide between “us” and “them” and celebrate schools and communities where all individuals are embraced and included.

Over 30 Breakout Session

Person-centered, best practices sessions about creating inclusive lives for people with disabilities from birth thru adulthood

Largest regional educational inclusion conference

Attracting hundreds of parents, professionals, educators, service providers, self-advocates, and students each year. 2017 attendance: 600

Network of community partners

Universities, county and state disability service providers, school districts, parent groups, advocates working together, including PSU, MESD, and others

For twelve years, the All Born (in) Cross-Disability Best Practices Educational Inclusion conference has inspired parents and professionals with cutting-edge best practices in inclusive education and concrete skills to challenge segregation and promote inclusion.


  • Low-cost registration fees, scholarships for low-income families and self-advocates are available
  • Spanish and ASL interpretation provided


  • Best practice session topics curated with input from educators, parents, our professional advisory board, and over 3,000 families from across the region


  • Promotes diversity, equity, and intersectionality within the wider community
  • Continuing education credit and clock hours available for educators and students

Work developed at the conference:

Bridging the gaps – Workshops are uniquely designed to engage parents and teachers in collaborations to create optimal inclusive environments for all students

Expanding kindergarten inclusion – Kindergarten Inclusion Cohort provides trainings and resources to parents who envision an inclusive kindergarten experience for their child

Mentoring future leaders – Social Justice Youth Group guides young adults with and without disabilities as they explore activism, community organizing, and finding a voice to creating meaningful change

Creating college opportunities – Think College Inclusion Oregon Coalition helps create inclusive college options for students with intellectual disabilities, including the first ever program at PSU

Building financial skills – Famliies learn how to navigate complex financial terrain and plan for the future, including ABLE accounts and trusts

Sharing tools, skills & resources – Positive behavior tools, adaptive classroom technology, UDL resources, special education law, and much more

“A dynamic, powerful day!”

“The power of family and educators working together”

“Choices of sessions were great and covered so many levels and needs”

“Amazing…teachers, policy makers, parents, self-advocates all working towards a common goal of belonging for everyone”

Sponsorship Levels

As a sponsor, your logo and information is seen by families and parent groups, advocates, providers, school districts, educators, universities, and policy makers. Our direct mail and email campaigns reach 3,000+ families and professionals. Conference marketing is shared with approx 10,000 city, state, and county employees. Our Facebook updates reach 4,700 followers.

Yes, we want to invest in equity, diversity, and inclusion by supporting the 13th Annual All Born (in) Cross-Disability Best Practices Educational Inclusion Conference!

Please contact Angela Frome, All Born (in) Program Director at (503) 238-0522 or sponsor@allbornin.org

NW Disability Support is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. Contributions are tax deductible as provided by law.

Contact us for deadlines for logo inclusion on conference t-shirts, brochures, and marketing materials.