I have 2 suggestions this month. The first is not related to anything special needs related. It was one of my 2019 goals to do more personal escape reading. Just to get away. I am off to a decent start and in love, with the book, I am reading now.
Mother’s Day is always a day that I would look forward to yet I use to struggle with being disappointed. I did it to myself and realized it was because I wasn’t always letting my family know what I needed. I wanted the element of surprise, then wondered why they got it all wrong. So, it got me thinking about the things that would make me happy and things I would love to receive. For me, it is not about jewelry, flowers or fancy restaurants. It is about being together and making memories. On the receiving end, the gifts that make me happy are the ones I can do by myself and/ or help me take care of myself.
Adult beverages and snacks will be provided for our guests while they shop. 20% of the proceeds will benefit Medical Home Plus (MHP) and the families that we serve.
Hello, Internet! Cole here. I’ve been rather busy lately, and not always with things I think are worth writing about. I’ll be sure to write about something new soon. In the meantime, I’ve compiled a few short essays I wrote recently. Hopefully, they’ll provide a bit more insight into the way I think.
Our summer program will provide an applied behavior analysis (ABA) approach to address individual goals & objectives for students 5-21, with fluid instructional situations including both individual and group learning activities.
Northstar Academy has summer courses to meet your child’s individual needs and your family’s schedule. We promote educational excellence, including basic core class reinforcement, social skills, and specialized reading and math instruction.
Join us at the dLCV Foundation’s 6th Annual Liberty and Justice for ALL Gala! Your ticket gets you entry, beverages, heavy hors d’oeuvres, entertainment, and FUN! This year’s host is Richmond’s own Bill Fitzgerald. Bill is a television news anchor and reporter for WTVR CBS 6. Bill Fitzgerald
Funds raised will help provide advocacy for Virginians with disabilities.
Attire for the evening can be business casual to cocktail attire. We want to envision a future where people with disabilities don’t have to fight for their rights. Our theme is Back to the Future. We invite you to come in your most stylish 80’s period attire.
AT CAREER CAMP, YOU CAN:
• Experience different professions and see which ones are a good fit for you!
• Grow your workplace social skills.
• Learn professional skills through hands-on instruction in the classroom and at local worksites.
• Work on transition goals as a part of approved Extended School Year services