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By First Edition Design
Easy Out On Third: Raising A Child With Special Needs, by Mary Beth Czubay, offers hope and inspiration to those caring for children with special needs

By Center for Vocational
Entry is free. The event will take place on Thursday, February 20th from 6pm to 8pm at the Knights Hall in Fair Haven.

By Koziecare LLC
Children’s Apparel Meets the Needs of All Children including Those with Special Needs

By Park Lawn Association
This exciting trip for two includes seven days and 6 nights exploring Montreal and Quebec City.

By Dentistry of Bethesda
At Dentistry of Bethesda, we strive to provide quality, comprehensive dental care for all patients. For some, development issues make undergoing even the most routine dental procedures difficult.

By AMCAL
The first Land Trust development will provide 104 affordable family apartments with 10% reserved for special needs.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
(Center Moriches, NY) — Local artist Todd Arnett has been using his creativity on the grounds of Camp-Pa-Qua-Tuck by creating a wooden sculpture near Kaler’s Pond.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Who:          Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck staff          Moriches Rotary Club          Families and their children What:          With the holiday season underway,...

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Center Moriches, NY) — Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck is hosting a series of six open houses for prospective campers and families of children and young adults with special needs over the next several months.

By Jawonio
Jawonio launches #love_ABLE campaign to increase program funding in New York

By Park Lawn Association
Park Lawn and #GivingTuesday December 3. Make your year-end gift to Park Lawn and your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar by The Coleman Foundation.

By Bear Givers
Special Exhibit Features Artwork by Children and Raises Funds for The South Florida Jewish Academy, a School that Celebrates and Educates Children with Special Needs

By Park Lawn Association
Tickets are on sale for Park Lawn's Be Grateful Raffle! Win $5,000!

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
(Center Moriches, New York) — Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck recently announced that they will be offering their winter and spring respite weekend programs beginning on the weekend of January 17, 2014. Registration begins now for the respite programs.

By Park Lawn Association
A $7,000 grant was awarded to Park Lawn by the UPS Foundation. The money will benefit individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

By PrimaDonna Productions, Inc.
Because of an overwhelming response from parents and panelists, SpeciaLives has rescheduled A Special Day Out, its upcoming conference event for parents and caregivers of special-needs children.

By Reins of Life
The Mane Event at Oberod to benefit Local Non-Profit providing therapeutic horseback riding for children and young adults with disabilities/special needs.

By Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Who:          Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck staff and board members          Members of the Shapiro Family What:          Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck will be hosting a fundraiser in memory of Jodi...

By Capita Conferences
Our Special Educational Needs Conference presents a perfect opportunity to learn how the SEND agenda is developing as the sector prepares for the most radical change to policy in 30 years.

By SpeciaLives
Parents and caregivers of special-needs children are invited to a one-day conference event in San Antonio, Texas.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
The Center for Vocational Rehabilitation’s (CVR) Toms River facility held their 14th Annual Talent Show last Friday.

By Circle of Care
Circle of Care joins The Arc of San Antonio and other local organizations to help recognize individuals with special needs who have mastered or achieved a major goal over the past year.

By Abilities First, Inc.
Contact: Renee McCormick, Abilities First School-to-Work Program: 845.249.5337 Dr.

By I Am, Too!
A vibrantly illustrated picture book, "I Am, Too!" is the story of six friends, three who have disabilities and three who do not, and the fun they have sharing their favorite activities with each other!

By Disability Scoop
By Michelle Diament | October 1, 2013 As the first U.S. government shutdown in more than 17 years takes hold, some programs benefiting people with disabilities will continue with business as usual while others grind to a halt.

By Shepherd Financial Partners
We have a planning process for our clients who have dependents with special needs. Use this checklist, Are You all Set?, pictured on the right, to see where you stand now.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
Nearly 50 special needs men and women attended a free Special Needs Social, presented by the Knights of Columbus Council 3187 and hosted by special needs ambassadors from the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation (CVR).

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
This past Saturday, over 100 walkers showed up to support TEAM CVR at this year’s Walk Now for Autism Speaks event at Pier Village in Long Branch.

By Special needs financial planning
Finding a fair and equitable agreement when parties are divorcing is often a challenge. When parents of a child with special needs separate and divorce, the challenge is magnified.

By Capita Conferences
This Conference addresses the changes presented in the Children and Families Bill and provides practical insight to help you prepare for the implementation of these key reforms

By MAS Virtual Dojo
Martial Arts Training - On Your Own Time and At Your Own Pace!

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Goodwill and Robert V. & Benjamin G. Miller Fund Partner for Second 2013 Camp

By Marks Public Relations
Educational Forum Features Pageant, Student Hair Show, Celebrity Stylist and Trade Show

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
The Knights of Columbus Council 3187 has announced that they will be holding a “Special Needs Social” on Thursday, September 19th, 2013 from 6pm to 8pm at the Knights Hall in Fair Haven.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
Musicians on a Mission has booked nine musical acts, who have volunteered to perform, this fall at the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation’s (CVR) Sessions at CVR.

By Tommie Cares Foundation
Free paddle day on the water including stand up paddling, kayaking, beach games, an awards ceremony, & more needs volunteers of all ages & skills to help 46 incredible children with special needs. A few spots are still available for participants.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
2013 The Center for Vocational Rehabilitation (CVR) will be hosting a family support group and information session at 12pm on Wednesday, September 25th, 2013.

By www.wearequeue.com
Concious Art Event to Showcase and Auction Artwork Created by Artists with Special Needs in Support of Down Syndrome Research

By ConnectAbility
Photos up for auction at Gala on August 31st at Achasta Grille in Dahlonega, GA

By Tambasons Global Human Services Inc
Since Liberia got her independence from the United States in the 1800, there has been no full time support services for people with special needs in the African country of Liberia.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
Five players from the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation’s (CVR) Special Olympics basketball team tried out to represent Team New Jersey at next year’s USA Games.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
Special needs ambassadors from the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation (CVR) volunteered and participated in the 2013 Jack Rafter 5k and 1 Mile Fun Walk presented by the Tinton Falls Rotary.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
The Center for Vocational Rehabilitation (CVR) is proud to announce its inaugural “Sessions at CVR” for Thursday, August 22nd at CVR’s Eatontown facility. The performance will be headlined by Chuck Lambert from the Chuck Lambert band.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
Eatontown, NJ - August 1st, 2013 Liane Westerman, M.A. will serve as chairwoman of the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation’s (CVR) board of directors.

By Center for Vocational Rehabilitation
Toms River, NJ – 7/13/2013 – Last Wednesday, special needs ambassadors from the Center for Vocational Rehabilitation (CVR) delivered a large donation of cleaning items, toiletries and food stuffs to Your Grandmother’s Cupboard in Toms River.

By The Rock Church San Diego
Who: FREE and open to kids with special needs and their families.

By Nonotuck Resource Associates
For more than 40 years Nonotuck Resource Associates has helped transform the lives of hundreds of people with intellectual and physical disabilities by offering the personalized service of shared living and Adult Family Care.

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The hot weather didn't deter more than 100 supporters, staff, and students of the Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy as the school officially opened its doors for the first time on July 10.

By AblePlay/National Lekotek Center
Playaway Toy Company, Inc. announces their Rainy Day™ Therapist Kit has been highly rated by AblePlay™ as a product that helps children with special needs.

By Special Needs Planning;Shepherd Financial Partners
Guardianship is a legal means of protecting children and  "incompetent adults" (in legal terms, adults who cannot take care of themselves, make decisions that are in their own best interest, or handle their assets due to a physical or mental...




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