Contact Ehrethh@vcu.edu for additional info.
Jacob’s Chance is excited to announce that we are one of the recipients of the Virginia Wildlife Grant.
“This program is supported by the 2019 Virginia Wildlife Grant Program through a partnership between the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Foundation of Virginia.”
Join us for a FREE sensory-friendly
morning at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture! We will have dimmed lights and audio, a nearby quiet room for anyone feeling overwhelmed, and lots of signage and museum staff available. We will also have optional hands-on experiences in our galleries for multi-modal learners.
Advocates in Parenting (AIP) sponsors its lunchtime Road Map Series, which is designed to offer parents and professionals a guide and tools to use as they navigate the various challenges that children and families experience.
Here is a simple list of things I am doing for myself that make my day just a little bit happier. They bring me a smile and it really is making a difference. Some of them are “everyday things”, others are when I can. But, taking the time to make them happen really has helped to brighten my days. We all have so much on our plate and life can be overwhelming, it is so important that we find a little time to take care of us.
The 2020 JPJF #LIUB Autism Walk is HERE!!
Join us for our 4th Annual JP JumPers #LIUB 3K Autism Walk & Community Festival. This year, it will be on Sunday, April 26, 2020 from 5:30p-8:30p. The community festival and finish line are at the Science Museum of Virginia. They join the rest of the world and turn their building BLUEtiful by “Lighting it Up Blue”. Again this year, we are partnering with the Richmond City Sheriff’s Office as we make this a CITY WIDE event inviting all Men/Women in Blue to #JumPIn and walk with us as well as City Leaders and Schools.
At this workshop, you can learn about:
• Legal options concerning decision-making: Power of Attorney and Guardianship
Faison’s Ready. Set. Go! Summer College 101 Program is designed to provide high school students an opportunity to experience college. Faison’s College 101 Program provides a two-week overnight college experience on the University of Richmond campus with the support of trained professionals from The Faison Center and University faculty. The students will gain the confidence they need to embark on their college career and to gain a strong sense of college life. College 101 will help to teach success on campus while taking the anxiety out of the unknown.
Aveeana’s Resource Fair, to be held at our clinic on Tuesday, February 25th, from 3:30-6:30PM. As always, the event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be available.
I do not consider myself a baker, and am happy to share this is EASY!