All posts filed under: Sharon daVanport

Yikes! It’s Almost Christmas! What Did You Get For…..(fill in the blank)!

  It’s so close! The days are rushing by until Christmas Day and you are running out of ideas…..and time! Don’t despair!  We’ve got you covered! Check out all the gift ideas……right here at ImaginePublicity!   Books galore, self-defense training, poetry, intuitive readings, graphic designs, and more! Access to all of our ImaginePublicity Authors and books HERE Each of our clients have something great to offer!  Click on the names below and fulfill your list!   Merry Christmas from all of us!               Susan Murphy Milano Expert Relationship Strategist, Author, Speaker, Advocate, Media Consultant   Anny Jacoby Expert Female Personal Safety Instructor, Advocate, Speaker, Consultant   Lisa Michels Entrepreneur, Speaker, Adovcate Against Child Abuse and Sexual Predators   Gayle Crabtree Founder, Hope For Healing.Org           Peas in Their Pods Helping to find missing children of color, fight against child abuse, and provide information to the public. “Time’s Up!” Network “Time’s Up!” is a collection of bloggers who are champions for victims of crime. 2 Reel …

Sharon daVanport of Autism Womens Network Invited to Meet President Obama

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act and according to Kareem Dale, Special Assistant to the President for Disability Policy, senior administration officials will be commemorating this historic anniversary in the weeks to come with new policies and events. President Barack Obama and Vice-President Joe Biden have a comprehensive agenda to empower individuals with disabilities in order to equalize opportunities for all Americans. In addition to reclaiming America’s global leadership on this issue by becoming a signatory to — and having the Senate ratify — the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the plan has four parts, designed to provide lifelong support and resources to Americans with disabilities. Autism President Obama and Vice President Biden are committed to supporting Americans with Autism Spectrum Disorders (“ASD”), their families, and their communities. There are a few key elements to their support, which are as follows: First, President Obama and Vice President Biden support increased funding for autism research, treatment, screenings, public awareness, and support services. There must be research …