Friday May 3, 2013 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm at Prince George's Community
College, Largo Student Center
Free event about providing support for parents and teachers and other professionals who are helping children with autism spectrum disorders. Click here for more information and registration.
Raising Your Challenging Child
Dr. Dan Shapiro, provides parenting courses on identifying the source of a child's behavior and learn what they can do as parents. For more information see the website http://www.raisingyourchallengingchild.com/
Male Caregivers Advocacy Support Group (MCAS)
Is presenting a training on nutrition by the University of the District of Columbia Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health with special guest Chef Herbert Holden Wednesday evenings 6:30-7:30 pm at the Family and Community Development Center 2124 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave SE Click here for more information
DC Partners in Transition
A group of DC stakeholders who are committed to improving the secondary transition of DC youth with disabilities into education, employment, and independence. We meet on a regular basis (approximately every other month) to share information, build partnerships, and advocate for improvements. Everyone is welcome to join us.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Faith & Friends
People with intellectual disabilities of all denominations are invited each Sunday12noon-1pm to the First Trinity Lutheran Church for hymns and Gospel message that is hosted by Lifeline Partnership. All are invited to attend the 10:30 am Worship service before.
Details: Upbeat, easy-to-sing hymns & a Gospel message for people with intellectual disabilities who have a variety of language levels. We pass a basket for voluntary contributions. A light lunch of sandwiches is served.
Cost: Basket passed for voluntary contributions.
Reservations: Please contact Marybeth Fox-Grimm ahead so there are enough materials and sandwiches. p 301.467-0798.
Location: First Trinity Lutheran Church, 501 Fourth Street NW, DC 20001-2711Gym in the lower level. Enter at the glass doors or elevator at front of church, facing Fourth St NW. Please ring doorbell at sidewalk!
Accessibility: Elevator at front of church; accessible bathroom near gym.
Travel: The D-6 stops at the corner of 4th St NW & "E" St NW.
By metro: from the elevators/escalator @ the Judiciary Square Metro exit.
Contact: Marybeth Fox-Grimm, Executive Director, Lifeline Partnership
309 "E" St NW, Wash DC 20001-2711Office: 202-628-4819; Cell: 301-467-0798
DC Car Seat and Installation Workshops
Project Safe Child and the Safe Cribs Program sponsored by the The DC Police Department and the DC Department of Transportation are holding workshops on car seat installation every Tuesday from 10am- 3pm at Healthy Babies/Developing Families 801 17th St., NE.
Please see flyer for more information and contact information.
Click here for the flyer
Advice for Parents of Children with Special Needs
Where:Peace Lutheran Church
15 49th Place, NE
Washington, D.C. 20019
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Open Every Fourth Wednesday 5 pm to 7 pm
University Graduate Certificate in Early Intervention
The Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development and the School of Continuing Studies, Center for Continuing and Professional Education are offering a new Certificate in Early Intervention.
Click here to learn more about this exciting new learning opportunity!
Applications now being accepted for September 2012