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Peer Power

Peer Power Alaska is a statewide non-profit membership organization led by Alaskans with disabilities and is committed to people with disabilities being the keepers and leaders of Alaska’s Shared Vision. Its board members work to energize people by organizing events, including an annual Summit, and providing training and access to information with the goal of empowering people with disabilities as well as elevating the voices of people with disabilities across Alaska.

Peer Power’s Board of Directors is primarily comprised of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Peer Power receives ongoing support from the Governor’s Council, the Arc of Anchorage, and the Alaska Mental Health Trust along with many community partners, providers and other stakeholders.

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People First Language. What words define you? The color of your skin or hair? Your age? Your weight? Of course not. When words alone define a person, the result is a label — a label that often reinforces barriers created by negative and stereotypical attitudes. Every individual deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.