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12/31/2014, Wednesday
Autism Society WNY Chapter FACEBOOK Page
Check it out anytime
Time: Anytime
 
Location: From your computer
Address:tablet
 or phone
 
Cost: Free
 
Check out our Facebook page now available. To access our Facebook Page, follow link below or search for "Autism Society WNY Chapter" from Facebook. We will post our events as well as share other events in the area. We will also share information and post from other Autism organizations that we feel you should know about. We will try to share what we feel is important without an overwhelming number of posts.
 
Please like us on Facebook
  
Links :Autism Society WNY New Facebook Page



01/08/2015, Thursday
Northtown Parent Support Coffee
Autism Society of WNY
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Location: Sweet Charlottes
Address:10255 Main Street, Suite 9, (Corner of Shisler and Main)
 Clarence, NY 14031
 
Cost: Free
 
Come and have some adult conversation with other parents of special needs children. Be able to sit and relax and have a cup of coffee and chat with other parents.

Sweet Charlotte's is a safe and fun place for kids to play. If you have little ones at home that can play independently while you chat in the same area you are welcome to bring them. Please be considerate and do not bring your child if they are sick.
 
We are asking if you could please RSVP and let us know if you are bringing children and their ages.

RSVP: (716) 633-2275 or info@autismwny.org. Day of event call (716) 352-1512 or 863-4542

Upcoming Coffee Dates: Feb. 5th and March 5th
  
Links :Sweet Charlottes



01/24/2015, Saturday
Sensory Friendly Film
Paddington
Time: 10 a.m.
 
Location: AMC Maple Ridge 8
Address:4276 Maple Rd, Ste C
 Amherst, NY 14226
 
Cost: $5.50
 
AMC Entertainment and the Autism Society of America have teamed up to bring families affected by autism a special opportunity to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment on a monthly basis. With Sensory Friendly Films, the movie auditoriums will have their lights brought up and the sound turned down. You are able to bring your own snacks for special diets. The "Silence is Golden" policy is not enforces. The kids are free to move around and make noise as long as it is safe for everyone. It is a great way to enjoy a movie for anyone, not just people with ASD.
 
For tickets to this unique experience, please visit the theater's box office the day of the event.

Upcoming Screenings:
Feb. 14: Spongebob Square Pants: Sponge out of Water
Mar. 28: Home
April 18: Underdogs
  
Links :Sensory Friendly Films AMC link





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12/21/2014, Sunday
Special Needs/ Sensory Friendly Jump
Sky Zone
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
 
Location: Sky Zone
Address:425 Cayuga Road
 Cheektowaga, NY 14225
 
Cost: $7 for 30 min.; $10 for 60 min.; $15 for 120 min.
 
Sky Zone will turn off the music and dial down distractions for the comfort of our extra special jumpers. We welcome children and adults with special needs and their family to jump.
 
This event runs every Sunday thru 2/1/2015

For more information: (716) 206-3300
  
Links :Special Needs/ Sensory Friendly Jump @ Sky Zone



01/07/2015, Wednesday
Preparing for Annual Review Meetings:
Preschool, Early Autism Program, Going to Kindergarten
Time: 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Summit Central
Address:150 Stahl Road
 Getzville, NY 14068
 
Cost: Free
 
What you need to know as you prepare for your Annual Review meeting. Learn about the meeting procedure as well as questions that might be asked.
 
To register: www.summited.org/workshops

For questions, contact Vicki Knapp, Ph.D., BCBA-D.: 629-3449 or vknapp@summited.org

*Respite is available for individuals who are OPWDD eligible.
To register for respite during a presentation, please call Beverly Hill at 799-8137.
  
Links :Summit Educational Resources Parent Workshop Series



01/09/2015, Friday
Au-Some Evenings
Explore & More Children's Museum
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Explore & More Children's Museum
Address:300 Gleed Street
 East Aurora, NY 14052
 
Cost: No cost to families and children.
 
The second Friday of the month, Au-Some Evenings give children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, their friends and family an opportunity to play and learn together in an understanding and supportive environment. Children will have access to the museum and Imagination Playground blocks for more physically active play. All children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.
 
Space is limited so reservations are essential. Please call Peg at (716) 332-4170 to secure your spot! Many thanks to our partners: The Exceptional Education Department at Buffalo State, Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo, and The Children's Guild Foundation.
  
Links :Au-some Evenings at Explore and More



01/13/2015, Tuesday
Pathways to Graduation for NYS (South)
Buffalo Public Schools Series
Time: 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
 
Location: 1st Ward Community Center
Address:62 Republic Avenue
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
What does it mean to get a Regents diploma? A local diploma? A SACC? What can you do? What can you not do? How much effort does it take? Can your child to the work? This workshop explores the options, and outlines the updates to NYS regulations.
 
Call, email or go online to register today: www.parentnetworkwny.org

(716) 332-4170 or plk@parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



01/14/2015, Wednesday
Preparing for Annual Review Meetings: School Age
Summit Parent Workshop Series
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Summit Central
Address:150 Stahl Road
 Getzville, NY 14068
 
Cost: Free
 
What you need to know as you prepare for your Annual Review meeting. Learn about the meeting procedure as well as questions that might be asked.
 
To register: www.summited.org/workshops

For questions, contact Vicki Knapp, Ph.D., BCBA-D.: 629-3449 or vknapp@summited.org

*Respite is available for individuals who are OPWDD eligible.
To register for respite during a presentation, please call Beverly Hill at 799-8137.
  
Links :Summit Educational Resources Parent Workshop Series



01/14/2015, Wednesday
Parent Group
For Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of Western New York/EPIC
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: Free
 
This group provides a welcoming environment for parents and other caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorders to meet, share experiences, ask questions and receive support.
 
R.S.V.P. to Attend: Please call (716) 878-7600 or e-mail: jmertz@kaleidahealth.org
  



01/15/2015, Thursday
Psychological Testing for Special Education Services
Buffalo Public Schools Series
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Location: Neighborhood Health Center (North West location)
Address:155 Lawn Avenue
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
This workshop will focus on basics of psychological testing and how it impacts special education decision making. Participants will learn what is involved in testing and what the results mean for them and their child.
 
RSVP by phone, email or online:

(716) 332-4170; info@parentnetworkwny.org; www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



01/20/2015, Tuesday
Sexuality: Having the Conversation
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo NY 14202
 
Cost: FREE
 
Participants will understand the importance of early and ongoing discussion about sexuality and appropriate social behaviors for individuals with disabilities. Tips will be provided to encourage a more comfortable conversation.
 
Register by phone: (716) 332-4170
Register online: www.parentnetworkwny.org/workshop-registration
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



01/28/2015, Wednesday
Front Door & Self-Directed Services
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
 
Location: Orleans/Niagara BOCES
Address:1350 Ruie Road, Room 194
 North Tonawanda, NY 14120
 
Cost: Free
 
In this workshop individuals, families and caregivers will learn what OPWDD funded self-directed services are and how they work. Participants develop a basic understanding of creating an initial service plan for the individual with a developmental disability, identify what their responsibilities will be and who they will be working with during the process. Key terms and functions regarding self-directed services like employer and budget authority, start-up broker, support broker and more will be discussed.
 
To register phone 716-332-4170, toll free 866-277-4762, or on-line www.parentnetworkwny.org.
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



02/05/2015, Thursday
Benefits for Persons with Developmental Disabilities in New York State
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: FREE
 
Learn about benefits available for persons with developmental disabilities in New York State. This workshop focuses on SSI, SSD, Medicaid and Medicare, as well as general information regarding Special Needs Trusts.
 
To register phone 716-332-4170, 866-277-4762 toll free, or on-line www.parentnetworkwny.org.
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



02/10/2015, Tuesday
Toileting
Parent Network of WNY and Parenting Today
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: Free
 
For some children toilet training is a challenge. Toilet training children with special needs may pose difficulty for the child and parents. This difficultly can be eased with the knowledge of a variety of techniques and strategies effective in toilet training. This training is meant to help reinforce persistence and provide hope that this challenge can be met with success.
 
Call to reserve your spot today: (716) 332-4170

Or vist: www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



02/17/2015, Tuesday
Informed Choice
Parent Network of WNY and The WNY Institute
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: Free
 
We all want to make important life decisions knowing we are aware of all our options and understand the consequences of each choice. This OPWDD-approved curriculum focuses on techniques and skills used by Service Coordinators to help individuals and their families make informed choices about life goals, and the services and supports needed to achieve those.
 
Call to reserve your spot today: (716) 332-4170 or vistit their website @ www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



02/19/2015, Thursday
Front Door & Self-Directed Services
Parent Network of WNY
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: Free
 
In this workshop individuals, families and caregivers will learn what OPWDD funded self-directed services are and how they work. Participants develop a basic understanding of creating an initial service plan for the individual with a developmental disability, identify what their responsibilities will be and who they will be working with during the process. Key terms and functions regarding self-directed services like employer and budget authority, start-up broker, support broker and more will be discussed.
 
To register call or go online:
(716) 332-4170 www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



02/24/2015, Tuesday
Individualized Education Program (IEP) (East)
Buffalo Public Schools Series
Time: 6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: True Bethel Baptist Church
Address:907 East Ferry Street
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
Every child receiving Special Education services has an Individualized Educational Program (IEP). In this workshop you will receive tips and tools to become more involved in the planning of your child's education.

workshop is provided in collaboration with Parent Network of WNY and the Buffalo Public Schools Special Education Department, following the BPS mission of "Putting Children and Families first, to ensure high academic achievement for all."
 
Call, email or go online to register today: www.parentnetworkwny.org

(716) 332-4170 or plk@parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



03/10/2015, Tuesday
Overview of Special Education for Buffalo Public Schools
Buffalo Public Schools Series
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Location: Neighborhood Health Center (North West location)
Address:155 Lawn Avenue
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
Utilizing the BPS Parent Guide, participants will learn the steps in the special education process at BPS and learn what to expect at meetings of the Committe on Special Education (CSE) & Preschool (CPSE).
 
RSVP by phone, email or online:

(716) 332-4170; info@parentnetworkwny.org; www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



03/18/2015, Wednesday
Community Resources Fair
Summit Educational Resources
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Summit Central
Address:150 Stahl Road
 Getzville, NY 14068
 
Cost: Free
 
Learn about local community and recreation programs for children with disabilities.
 
No Registration Required.

For questions, contact Vicki Knapp, Ph.D., BCBA-D.: 629-3449 or vknapp@summited.org

  
Links :Summit Educational Resources Parent Workshop Series



03/24/2015, Tuesday
Individualized Education Program (IEP) (South)
Buffalo Public Schools Series
Time: 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
 
Location: 1st Ward Community Center
Address:62 Republic Avenue
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
Every child receiving Special Education services has an Individualized Educational Program (IEP). In this workshop you will receive tips and tools to become more involved in the planning of your child's education.

This workshop is provided in collaboration with Parent Network of WNY and the Buffalo Public Schools Special Education Department, following the BPS mission of "Putting Children and Families first, to ensure high academic achievement for all."
 
Call, email or go online to register today: www.parentnetworkwny.org

(716) 332-4170 or plk@parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network of Western New York
 Parent Network Workshop Registration



04/14/2015, Tuesday
Pathways to Graduation for NYS (East)
Buffalo Public Schools Series
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Location: True Bethel Baptist Church
Address:907 East Ferry Street
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
What does it mean to get a Regents diploma? A local diploma? A SACC? What can you do? What can you not do? How much effort does it take? Can your child to the work? This workshop explores the options, and outlines the updates to NYS regulations.
 
Call, email or go online to register today: www.parentnetworkwny.org

(716) 332-4170 or plk@parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



05/06/2015, Wednesday
Psychological Testing for Special Education Services (South)
Buffalo Public Schools Series
Time: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
 
Location: 1st Ward Community Center
Address:62 Republic Avenue
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
This workshop will focus on basics of psychological testing and how it impacts special education decision making. Participants will learn what is involved in testing and what the results mean for them and their child.
 
Call, email or go online to register today: www.parentnetworkwny.org

(716) 332-4170 or plk@parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



05/12/2015, Tuesday
Pathways to Graduation for NYS
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Neighborhood Health Center (North West location)
Address:155 Lawn Avenue
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: Free
 
What does it mean to get a Regents diploma? A local diploma? A SACC? What can you do? What can you not do? How much effort does it take? Can your child to the work? This workshop explores the options, and outlines the updates to NYS regulations.
 
RSVP by phone, email or online:

(716) 332-4170; info@parentnetworkwny.org; www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network of Western New York



05/13/2015, Wednesday
Keeping the Kids Busy During the Summer Break
Summit Parent Workshop Series
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Summit Central
Address:150 Stahl Road
 Getzville, NY 14068
 
Cost: Free
 
How to survive the school breaks. Strategies for keeping your child busy and independently engaged in appropriate activities during summer vacation.
 
To register: www.summited.org/workshops

For questions, contact Vicki Knapp, Ph.D., BCBA-D.: 629-3449 or vknapp@summited.org

*Respite is available for individuals who are OPWDD eligible.
To register for respite during a presentation, please call Beverly Hill at 799-8137.
  
Links :Summit Educational Resources Parent Workshop Series



05/14/2015, Thursday
The 3rd Annual AT EXPO 2014
Assistive Technology Conference
Time: RESCHEDULED: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
 
Location: Millennium Hotel
Address:2040 Walden Avenue
 Cheektowaga, NY 14225
 
Cost: $150
 
This event has be RESCHEDULED due to bad weather, more details to follow.

The AT Expo is being sponsored by Parent Network of WNY, Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC), People Inc. and Learning Partners.
 
Vendor interaction and CEU's will be available for mobility and communication tracks.

RSVP: tkosmoski@people-inc.org or 716-817-7484
Attention: Tracy Kosmoski
  
Links :Parent Network of Western New York



05/14/2015, Thursday
Implementing Technology - POSTPONED
From SmartHomes to SmartSupports
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
 
Location: Millennium Hotel
Address:2040 Walden Avenue
 Cheektowaga, NY 14225
 
Cost: $25
 
This event has been postponed due to weather, new date 5/14/2014
Q&A Discussion with Greg Wellems, Chief Operating Officer, Imagine! Greg Wellems is a national consultant on SmartHomes and Assistive Technology strategic planning to improve supports for individuals with disabilities.
 
To register phone 716-332-4170, toll free 866-277-4762, or on-line www.parentnetworkwny.org.
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration





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01/10/2015, Saturday
Au-Some Swimmers Summer 2015
Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo
Time: Varied (see below)
 
Location: Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo
Address:Holland Family Building
 787 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14209
 
Cost: $180 for 12 classes
 
Au-Some Swimmers is a learn to swim program for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) that was launched in 2013. It is a private swim lesson for the child. Over the past year, 60 children have participated in Au-Some Swimmers. The primary component of Au-Some Swimmers is to provide swim instruction to children diagnosed with ASDs, but it is also a gathering place for families.
 
Saturdays: January 10 - March 28
12:30-1:00 pm, 1:00-1:30 and 1:30 - 2:00 pm

For more information contact:
Eric Poniatowski @ (716) 886-3172 Ext. 411 or EPoniatowski@jccbuffalo.org
  
Links :Au-some Evenings at Explore and More





Webinarsgoto top
01/13/2015, Tuesday
IEP Essentials: A Webinar
The Advocacy Center Workshops
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
 
Location: Winter Webinars for Families of Students in Special Education
Address:N/A
 
Cost: Free
 
When a child qualifies for special education services, federal law requires the development of a document, called an Individualized Education Program (IEP). The IEP serves as a road map for services, including important information about a child's levels of performance and needs, as well as goals for the child. This webinar will prepare participants to actively participate on the IEP team.
 
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. To register, go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5459279004036480769
  
Links :The Advocacy Centers Events Registration



02/10/2015, Tuesday
Preparing for the Annual Review Meeting: A Webinar
The Advocacy Center Workshops
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
 
Location: Winter Webinars for Families of Students in Special Education
Address:N/A
 
Cost: Free
 
An annual review is a Committee on Special Education (CSE) meeting to plan for the next school year. This webinar will help families prepare for annual reviews. Topics to be covered include pre-meeting preparation, development of an Individualized Education Program, and tips to help parents and educators collaborate in designing an appropriate program for a student.
 
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. To register, go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6760755524672580353
  
Links :The Advocacy Centers Events Registration





Slides from some Great Presentationsgoto top
12/31/2014, Wednesday
Autism Forum: Are kids being recovered from Autism? Hint: Yes, some are!
Speaker: Laurette Janak
Time: Workshop already held. You can download documents.
 
Location: Use your computer to download documents.
Address:Use your computer to download documents.
 Use your computer to download documents.
 
Cost: PAST EVENT of the Healthy Living Support Group
 
What are the risk-factors for autism? How can a parent minimize the risk of having a child diagnosed with autism?
Speaker Laurette Janak, a local parent and autism researcher. Her work with researchers and doctors around the country has given her much insight into what's being done to recover children from autism and into some exciting upcoming research.
 
Hosted by Healthy Living Support Group an organization committed to teaching how to regain and maintain optimal health through food and lifestyle choices, based on research.
Attached are the slides from Laurette's Talk. Please be aware the files are large, it may take some time depending on your internet connection. Part 1 file is 44 MB and the part 2 file is 23 MB.
  
Downloads :Laurettes Talk Healthy Living Group Part 1
 Laurettes Talk Healthy Living Group Part 2



12/31/2014, Wednesday
Connecting the Pieces: Addressing the Treatable Causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism Society of WNY Chapter & Autism Services, Inc. workshop
Time: Conference already held.
 
Location: Classics V Conference & Banquet Center
Address:Conference already held.
 Conference already held.
 
Cost: Use to download slides.
 
The workshop featured Richard Frye, M.D., Ph.D., neurologist, researcher, and the Director of the Autism Multi-specialty Clinic at Arkansas Children’s Hospital
The idea that children with autism can be successfully treated medically to achieve optimal outcomes has only recently become more broadly accepted. Recent studies have demonstrated an association between autism and abnormalities of several metabolic systems, including disorders of folate, mitochondrial, and glutathione metabolism. These metabolic abnormalities have been associated with a wide range of psychiatric, neurodevelopmental, and neurological disorders. Safe, well-tolerated treatments are being developed for these metabolic issues , that are reported to have positive effects on the symptoms of ASD. Many of these metabolic systems are interrelated so that treatment that addresses one system results in improvements in another, and vice versa. Biomarkers (biological markers) have been identified that may be used to determine which children will benefit from treatment and potentially be used to detect children with ASD prior to symptoms appearing so that treatment can begin early. Although preliminary, this evidence paves the way for optimal outcomes ranging from improvements in functioning to potential recovery from the disabilities that are associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
 
Dr. Frye has graciously allowed us to post the slides from his presentation. See Part 1 and Part 2 below . We would like to thank Dr. Frye for a great talk and for sharing his slides with us.
These files are very large, so may take a while to download. Also, they are one slide per page, so they will be 72-87 pages. Please consider this before printing the entire presentation. You can download it, look at it on your computer and print selected pages.
  
Downloads :Dr Frye handouts part 1
 Dr Frye handouts part 2
Links :Autism Society WNY New Facebook Page



12/31/2014, Wednesday
For-warned is For-armed -
Complete Wellness Arts and Science Center
Time:
 
Location: Complete Wellness Arts and Science Center
Address:1515 Kensington Ave
 Buffalo, NY
 
Cost: PAST EVENT
 
For-warned is For-armed previous talk sponsored by the Complete Wellness Arts and Science Centery on Understanding and reducing the risk factors of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Given the continued rise in the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD),it is critical to look at the currently accepted risk factors for ASD and learn how some of these factors can be minimized. Laurette Janak, a medical researcher and the mother of a child on the autism spectrum, will discuss several risk factors for autism and strategies to mitigate its occurrence. She will touch on the biochemical profile found in parents and the consequences to their personal health. Her focus on primary prevention is based on the most recently published studies, which will be presented in easy to understand terms.
 
Past Event, Has slides attached. Warning, the file is large, may take some time to download. Not recommended to download to phone.
  
Downloads :Laurette Wellness Center talk





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05/12/2015, Tuesday
Self-Directed Services
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
 
Location: Salamanca Central Schools Room
Address:50 Iroquois Drive, Rm. 51
 Salamanca, NY 14779
 
Cost: Free
 
In this workshop individuals, families and caregivers will learn what OPWDD funded self-directed services are and how they work. Participants develop a basic understanding of creating an initial service plan for the individual with a developmental disability, identify what their responsibilities will be and who they will be working with during the process. Key terms and functions regarding self-directed services like employer and budget authority, start-up broker, support broker and more will be discussed.
 
Call, email or go online to register today: www.parentnetworkwny.org

(716) 332-4170
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration