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Blake Boudreaux headshotThe Success for Today & Tomorrow Conference will feature local and state-wide vendors/agencies/organizations, an expert panel, and motivational keynote speaker Blake Boudreaux, graduated with honors from Texas A&M University with a degree in Communications and degree in Sociology. Has worked as a Rehabilitation Teacher, Counselor, Independent Living Coordinator and is currently the Employment Assistance Specialist for the southeast region of the state of Texas.  Promotes the abilities of the blind and visually impaired in society, the workforce and of course through the sport of beep baseball. He is also the president for the National Beep Baseball Association and a board member for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

We hope to appeal to all disability categories, age levels, and members of the community at this event.

  • Child care will be available for children ages 2-8 with Project Sunshine. 
  • Young people ages 9+ have the opportunity to experience a {free} session with Fungineering while parents are accessing disability & community resources in the exhibitor/vendor booth area.
  • Youth Activities will be available for children ages 9+ with Kid’s Klub.

When: Saturday, February 17th, 2018 from 8:30am-12:00pm

Where: Central Baptist Church College Station – 1991 FM 158 Rd, College Station, TX 77845

Who to Contact: Dr. Meagan Orsag; Dr. Eric Roberts CSISD; or Brynn Biggs BISD 

Cost to Attend: FREE for all!

How to Register: All attendees will need to complete our RSVP form so we can gauge the amount of coffee and snacks to provide as well as the number of support persons we will need for the youth and child care rooms. Accommodation requests need to be made via the online RSVP form at least one week in advance to ensure availability of support persons/accommodations.



Invitation to add your Resource & RSVP for the 

2018 Success for Today and Tomorrow Conference: Accessing Disability & Community Resources in the Brazos Valley and Beyond

The Center on Disability & Development, College Station ISD, Bryan ISD, MHMR, BVCIL, BVCOG, Texas Workforce Commission, and Central Baptist Church have come together to host the annual Success for Today & Tomorrow: Accessing Disability & Community Resources in the Brazos Valley & Beyond Conference.  

Last year, we developed an area-wide Resource Guide that was distributed during the conference with each resource’s contact information and description. The local agencies/organizations share the Resource Guide with Brazos Valley families and self-advocates throughout the year.  Our 2017 Resource Guide is located here on our website for free download.

This would be a wonderful opportunity to meet our community members and families face-to-face at the conference and/or to highlight the supports, services, programs, and research/intervention opportunities you provide via our Resource Guide.

If you would like to be included in our 2018 Resource Guide >> Please click on the following SURVEY LINK: Success For Today & Tomorrow: Accessing Disability & Community Resources Guide 2018-2019

This is also an invitation to participate in our Success Conference as a vendor/resource booth (it’s free!). Please select “yes” to the last question on the survey if you would like to be included/RSVP as a vendor/resource booth during the Success Conference.

Thank you for all that you do for our university, students, community, and family members! Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at