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Adult Children with Developmental Disabilities

The BFF Project: Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

People with developmental disabilities and autism often struggle to establish meaningful friendships, romance, and companionship with their peers.  When a child comes home from their school or day program, that is often it.  They watch TV alone, they eat alone, they go to bed alone. They are there with their family, or group house-mates, with little in common they have no one to chat with on the phone, and no one with whom they can call their BFF.  

This is a group where the social skills that individuals have learned elsewhere may be put into practice!

The BFF Project: Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

People with developmental disabilities and autism often struggle to establish meaningful friendships, romance, and companionship with their peers.  When a child comes home from their school or day program, that is often it.  They watch TV alone, they eat alone, they go to bed alone. They are there with their family, or group house-mates, with little in common they have no one to chat with on the phone, and no one with whom they can call their BFF.  

This is a group where the social skills that individuals have learned elsewhere may be put into practice!

The BFF Project: Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

People with developmental disabilities and autism often struggle to establish meaningful friendships, romance, and companionship with their peers.  When a child comes home from their school or day program, that is often it.  They watch TV alone, they eat alone, they go to bed alone. They are there with their family, or group house-mates, with little in common they have no one to chat with on the phone, and no one with whom they can call their BFF.  

This is a group where the social skills that individuals have learned elsewhere may be put into practice!

The BFF Project: Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

People with developmental disabilities and autism often struggle to establish meaningful friendships, romance, and companionship with their peers.  When a child comes home from their school or day program, that is often it.  They watch TV alone, they eat alone, they go to bed alone. They are there with their family, or group house-mates, with little in common they have no one to chat with on the phone, and no one with whom they can call their BFF.  

This is a group where the social skills that individuals have learned elsewhere may be put into practice!

The BFF Project: Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

People with developmental disabilities and autism often struggle to establish meaningful friendships, romance, and companionship with their peers.  When a child comes home from their school or day program, that is often it.  They watch TV alone, they eat alone, they go to bed alone. They are there with their family, or group house-mates, with little in common they have no one to chat with on the phone, and no one with whom they can call their BFF.  

This is a group where the social skills that individuals have learned elsewhere may be put into practice!

Reunión sobre los Servicios de SARC “POS” Aprenda sobre el Reporte Anual de Servicios y el Projecto de Desigualdad

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SCDD Central Coast, SARC y PHP tenemos el propósito de educar a la comunidad sobre la importancia de los informes de Disparidad ofrecerles una descripción general de las estadísticas.

Estas reuniones educativas se realizan con el ánimo de trabajar juntos para lograr que las personas con discapacidades utilicen tantos servicios como sea posible para integrarse totalmente a la comunidad.

Advocating in Advance: Planning for an Adult's Future

Planning for the future for your son or daughter is a daunting task. The presentations at this live event will assist you in finding answers and options for planning.

  • This event focuses on those with developmental disabilities with or without regional center services.
  • Join us for robust discussions, gain clarity on areas of concerns, and discover options.
  • Parents Helping Parents with support from Life Services Alternatives invite you to learn with us

Keynote: Successful Community Living

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