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Autism DE: NCC Bowling Night – January 23

Open to friends and family, all ages welcome! Wednesday, January 23, from 5:30 – 7:00 Bowlerama:  3031 New Castle Ave, New Castle, DE 19720 Cost: $4.60 total for shoes & game Every Wednesday of the month (except holidays) Upcoming bowling dates: January 30 CLICK HERE for details! *If schools are closed due to weather or road conditions, […]

Epilepsy Foundation of DE: NCC Meet and Greet – January 23

Epilepsy Foundation of DE: New Castle County Meet and Greet Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Jessica Roland, from Greenwich Biosciences, will be discussing new medication options for those with certain types of epilepsy. Where: 240 N. James St. Suite 104 Newport, DE 19804 When: 6:30-7:30pm Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP by Wednesday, January 23 […]

PIC of DE: Conflict Resolution Options of Families – January 24

The Parent Information Center of DE is offering the following webinar: Conflict Resolution Options for Families Webinar Thursday, January 24, 2019 12:00PM – 1:00PM PRESENTER: Fran Fletcher, SPARC The foundation of conflict resolution and positive communication between families and schools is respect and self-determination. Join us as Fran Fletcher from The Special Education Partnership for […]

Epilepsy Foundation of DE Annual Legislative Luncheon – January 24

Epilepsy Foundation of Delaware Annual Legislative Luncheon Thursday, January 24, 2019 House Majority Hearing Room Legislative Hall 411 Legislative Ave Dover, DE 11:30am-1pm Legislative luncheon where you will have the opportunity to learn more about epilepsy and meet Delawareans who live with epilepsy every day. Please stop by, pick up a bite to eat and […]

The Art Studio/Art Studio Express Caregiver Classes – January 24

            Join The Art Studio and Art Therapy Express to celebrate YOU, the caregiver! Plan time for yourself with a night of creativity, friendship and fun! Each session introduces a new technique to promote your personal happiness and self-care through imaginative and creative avenues. No art experience needed. Register today […]

Autism DE: NCC Bowling Night – January 30

Open to friends and family, all ages welcome! Wednesday, January 30, from 5:30 – 7:00 Bowlerama:  3031 New Castle Ave, New Castle, DE 19720 Cost: $4.60 total for shoes & game Every Wednesday of the month (except holidays) CLICK HERE for details! *If schools are closed due to weather or road conditions, we will not be bowling […]

PIC of DE: IEP Basics Workshop – January 30

The following workshop is being offered by the Parent Information Center of DE: IEP Basics Wednesday, January 30, 2019 5:45PM – 7:15PM Hosted by Easterseals Easterseals, 61 Corporate Circle New Castle, DE 19720 Parents are essential partners on the IEP team. Informed parents who understand the IEP process, goal-setting, and future planning can make all […]

LIFE Conference – January 31

The LIFE Conference is a joint effort of many Delaware organizations that serve persons with disabilities and their families, which addresses the topics of Legislation, Independence (through Assistive Technology), Family and Education.  Over 500 people with disabilities, families and professionals attend the annual conference for educational and networking opportunities. The conference will take place on January […]

Webinar – ABLE Accounts and Special Needs Trusts – January 31

    Both ABLE accounts and Special Needs Trusts (SNTs) are accounts which protect resources. Each allows for the accumulation of resources, for the benefit of an individual with a disability, without jeopardizing key federally funded benefits like Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid. This webinar will discuss the advantages and the limitations of ABLE […]

PIC of DE: Building Trauma Informed Families Webinar – January 31

The Parent Information Center of DE is offering the following webinar: Building Trauma Informed Families Webinar Thursday, January 31, 2019 12:00PM – 1:00PM PRESENTER: Lydia C. DeBiase MSW, LCSW Ms. DeBiase is an alumna of Widener University and a full time faculty member since 2013. She has worked in the field of child welfare for […]

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