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Peers, we are here for you! We will listen, support and advocate for and with you. Associates we have lived experience, ask us.

Easterseals ADS Advisory Committee
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Our Voices Matter 

Listen to our voices.

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Alfred Babayan

"I wanted to be in the Advisory Committee because Lendy's speech motivated me but not only that but I enjoy it. I also like to help people, plus I love to share ideas and want to keep doing it plus I really enjoy it."

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Beatriz Partida (Prefers Betty)

"My name is Beatriz Partida. I like to be called Betty for short. I like to speak up for myself, and also encourage others to speak up for themselves. I like working with my peers and listening to what they have to say, so we could all share our ideas on how to make our workspace a better place."

Luz Valerie Ortiz

(Prefers Valerie)
"I am an advocate because I want to empower people in  the disabilities  community. I want them to know that they have rights and a voice. I want everyone to know that I understand and they are not alone and I will be the one to help speak up for them in time of need or help. What motivates me is the people around me. Knowing that when I wake up every morning I'm supported not only by my family but also by my friends and peers. Knowing that everyone knows I can do what I want to do with no limitations. I feel like I'm making a difference in peoples lives and giving people a voice so that they can thrive and believe in themselves."

Preeti Subramaniam 

"I am an advocate for the West Covina Easter Seals of Southern California . I wanted to be  an advocate because I want to try to change the community’s outlook about special needs individuals." 

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"Hi, my name is Andy.

I’m a Minnesota Vikings fan. I’ve been at Easterseals for almost 15 years. At the moment, I’m working on becoming a 1 to 1 at my day program. Some of the community outings I enjoy are at the park where I get to participate in a boxing lesson, and the supermarket to practice money management. My biggest goal in life is to get a better position as a mentor for community outreach. When it comes to leisure time I enjoy video games, music, and being home with family."

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Rosa Felix

"Hi everyone, I am Rosa Felix.

I would like to tell you guys a little about me I like to play video games I like to solve puzzles. I'm into origami. And I want to learn Japanese and I also like anime"

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Ruth Olivares 

(she/her)

​Phone: (657) 242-2531   ​

Lendy Ruano 

(they/them)

​Phone: (818) 306-6752

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Amber Carey-Navarrete

(she/her)

​Phone: (657) 242-3435   ​

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Lora Glassman

(she/her)

Phone: (714) 876-1745

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People know what is essential and meaningful in their own lives.

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