Do you know what Steve does when he’s not working with casino clients? He spends as much time as possible with his daughter, talking about her or sharing his learning as a father of this very special lady.
For those of you who have worked with Steve, you are familiar with his fatherly journey alongside his dynamite daughter Katie Browne, a NASA scientist who has cerebral palsy. As a matter of fact, he put his tears, his joy, his fumbles and his lessons on paper in a book, How to Raise a Rocket Scientist for Fun and Profit.
We wanted to give Steve a shout-out as he’s speaking at a special event this week; one that doesn’t have to do with his casino and hospitality work, but a gig that speaks to his heart.
Steve has been invited back to the 21st Annual Family Café event, June 7-9, 2019, in Orlando, FL.
About The Annual Family Café
Since 1998, The Annual Family Cafe has brought together thousands of individuals with disabilities and their family members for three days of information, training and networking each June. With a great range of individual breakout sessions, a packed Exhibit Hall with dozens of vendors, and a series of special events including Keynote speakers and The Governors’ Summit on Disabilities, The Annual Family Café offers families exposure to a wide range of public and private resources, opportunities to find support by networking with other families, and unprecedented access to policy-making officials. The Annual Family Cafe is the nation’s largest cross-disability event. Last year’s 20th Anniversary Family Cafe attracted some 11,840 participants!
This year, Steve is addressing fathers on how to get more involved with their special needs daughters or sons with two powerful sessions:
- PLAY BALL! Building an Annual Tradition With Your Child with Special Needs
- So, How Much Does It Pay? Putting Your Child with Special Needs to Work
Steve, we admire and respect you for your dedication to your daughter and, of course, for all that you do for our Raving clients to make them successful.