Adult Children with Developmental Disabilities

Employment 1st Conference

Innovation and Best Interest and Day and Employment Services.

SARC and State Council on Developmental Disabilities are putting on an Employment First Conference on September 15th to discuss the Employment First initiative that our local and national communities are working towards. We are encouraging parents, teachers, family members, vendors, individuals and the community to join us to hear about these new initiatives. 

The BFF Project Event for Adults (18+)

The BFF Project Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

The BFF Project hosts events for those who need support in creating meaningful friendships. We bring the people together and create the opportunity for people to share their passions. 

Events are based on Person Centered Practices  and are designed as an exploration of finding people with common interests and the discovery of who may share your interests. 

The BFF Project Event for Adults (18+)

The BFF Project Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

The BFF Project hosts events for those who need support in creating meaningful friendships. We bring the people together and create the opportunity for people to share their passions. 

Events are based on Person Centered Practices  and are designed as an exploration of finding people with common interests and the discovery of who may share your interests. 

The BFF Project Event for Adults (18+)

The BFF Project Makes Finding a BFF Easier!

The BFF Project hosts events for those who need support in creating meaningful friendships. We bring the people together and create the opportunity for people to share their passions. 

Events are based on Person Centered Practices  and are designed as an exploration of finding people with common interests and the discovery of who may share your interests. 

Webinar: Reducing Risk and Abuse Prevention Featuring Nora Baladerian

The thought of it is our worst nightmare, we worry about it but it is rare to find this topic being addressed. Join us to learn some strategies that may reduce the risk of our sons, daughters, students, and clients being abused. There are very few opportunities to learn about how to reduce risk for people with developmental disabilities. We hope that you will be able to join us and find out more about this important topic.

Nora has developed many such materials that are available on her website www.norabaladerian.com. 

CANCELLED Learning How To Preserve Your Assets Leaving More Behind for Your Child with Special Needs

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND IS BEING RESCHEDULED FOR THE FALL. IF YOU REGISTERED YOU WILL HAVE RECEIVED AN EMAIL NOTIFICATION. 

We are deeply sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Should you wish to get this information prior to the Fall, Roy is presenting the same information from the workshop below. There are only 2 seats left however.

 

Special Needs Trusts and the ABLE Act

 

Learn how the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act is positively impacting the lives of individuals with disabilities. The ABLE Act allows individuals with special needs to accumulate wealth while still qualifying for government benefits.

With the new ABLE Act, is a special needs trust still necessary to preserve assets for your loved one with special needs? Learn the answer to this question and many more as attorney Lorna J. Drope presents on Special Needs Trusts and the ABLE Act.

Topics to be covered include:
Special Needs Trusts

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