High school and college are often said to be the best years of your life – the golden age of youth. But when students are struggling with juggling assignments, clubs, honor societies, athletics and more, they may feel a need to just escape.
If you like having fun and helping others we want YOU!
We are looking for volunteers for our elementary, high school and adult classes.
If you are 13 or older, please contact Coach Katrina at email@example.com to find our more. RCIG will train you and give you a sweet COACH t-shirt, too.
We have week night and weekend opportunities to help!
You will be eligible for community service hours.
About The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night
Fifteen-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain; he is exceptionally intelligent but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he’s suspected of killing the neighbor’s dog, he sets out to identify the true culprit, which leads to an earth-shattering discovery and a journey that will change his life forever.
Exciting news! There is a BSSBA training in Richmond! There is a registration fee.
See more information at the bottom of this email and the registration page.
This intensive 3-day training provides service providers an overview of evidence based behavioral interventions for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities.
The training includes lecture-based instruction, many video examples and opportunities for hands on practice and feedback. Participants will be provided with examples of using behavioral supports across the lifespan.
This training is appropriate for anyone interested in learning more about providing quality behavioral supports and teaching new skills including case managers, administrators, teachers, direct service providers, and paraprofessionals.
This training covers many of the skill competencies outlined in Behavior Supports Competencies for Direct Support Providers and Professionals in Virginia Supporting Individuals with Developmental Disabilities by DBHDS.
Please note that the workshop will be offered a total of 3 days (Oct. 23rd, Oct. 25th, AND Oct. 30th)
You must attend all to receive credit for the training.
Space in this workshop is limited. If you can not attend please contact Mary Crawford at
firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel your registration ASAP.
Registration will close on October 12th. The deadline to cancel your registration with a refund is Oct. 9th. After October 9th, you will not be able to receive a refund.
Participants will be provided with all training materials and a certificate of attendance.
A hour lunch break will be given with lunch on your own.
On Saturday, September 15 from 11am-6pm SPARC (Richmond’s non-profit home for youth performing arts) will team up with Regency, WRIC TV-8 and Boomtown Richmond radio for Regency’s Rockin’ Ribfest, an opportunity to raise funds and awareness for SPARC’s local and national performing arts programs.
When children are not able to be raised by their birth parents the effects are very complex. Words like attachment, adoption, trauma are used a lot. When a child is struggling how do you know which issue is the problem?
Well, I am going to take the advice I give and see the positive in September’s arrival. The Fall is such a beautiful season. Weather is less humid, walking outside is more enjoyable, schedules are back and Football returns which means I get back to Fall Dinners like chili and pasta ! Plus in Richmond, we have the best list of Fall Festivals. I am going to embrace it all and go moment by moment with the things that are overwhelming.
We are really excited to introduce you to, Answers Now, a new sponsor on site.
AnswersNow is an innovative new service that’s addressing a very real problem. How do parents of children with autism get access to expert advice when they need it most? AnswersNow was started by two clinicians who were frustrated by how isolated and overwhelmed parents were and they set about to fix it.
Ready or not, school is right around the corner! Wondering what to pack in those lunchboxes? Here’s Virginia Family Dentistry’s newest Pediatric Dentist Dr. Ethan Puryear discussing snack options that won’t hurt teeth. You may be surprised about some of them! You can find Dr. Puryear at the Ironbridge location or the Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics Specialty Center on Huguenot Road.
Join us, on Friday, September 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm for a FREE workshop on Virginia’s Medicaid Waivers.
This workshop is intended for: