Hi Families & Friends, While shifting from high school to college can be exciting, it can also be an overwhelming process for students and their families. It is important for everyone to be informed about this process in order to start preparing for the transition as early as possible. Sheptin Tutoring Group has partnered with New Frontiers in Learning’s Director,… Read More
In what’s being billed as a national day of action, dozens of advocacy groups are joining members of Congress to sound alarm bells about proposed cuts to Medicaid, which they say will have severe consequences for people with disabilities. With rallies on Capitol Hill and across the nation on Tuesday, disability advocates plan to speak out against the American Health… Read More
State-provided disability services often fail to meet the needs of adults with autism, according to a new report finding many with access to supports don’t have any regular daytime activities. Only 14 percent of adults with autism who receive state supports have a paying job in the community. Meanwhile, 1 in 4 people in this population have no structured activities… Read More
Free Webinar in June: “BRAVELY Talking with Complex Kids about Sex” with Anya Manes Replays available for those who register. Please Share with your community and on social media.
Annual Event on Fire Island Brings Together More than 50 Special Moms and Special Professionals From Across the Region One of the biggest benefits of being part of the Special Moms Network is the opportunity to connect with other moms of special needs children, teens and young adults – who not only understand the issues faced by parents of special… Read More
click here to watch the interview and view the original story Parents of special needs children know it takes a team of professionals to help them raise their kids and address the difficulties that can come along with that. But two New York mothers, Susan Kleiman, of Armonk, and Dana DeRuvo Hanner, of Bay Shore, realized there was no central… Read More