The week's events
- Sensory Friendly Hours at Summers Farm
Sensory Friendly Hours at Summers FarmWe strive to ensure that each and every one of our guests have the best possible experience when they visit Summers Farm. With that in mind, we are pleased to offer Sensory Friendly Hours exclusively for guests on the autism spectrum or with other sensory sensitivities. During this time, we welcome these families to enjoy the farm in a sensory modified setting with no music, fewer crowds, and less waiting in line.Some details to keep in mind:
-Regular weekend admission rates apply.
-Guests joining us for the Sensory Friendly Hours are welcome to stay and continue to enjoy the farm after we open to the public at 10am.
-Apple Blasters and Corn Cribs will not be available.
-If a member of your family has special dietary restrictions, you may bring your own drinks and snacks.Please note that we are NOT open to the general public until 10am on these days. We ask that you respect these families and allow them this time to enjoy the farm on their own.
Contact Name : Summers Farm
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- PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY HEALTH and HUMAN SERVICES Behavioral Health, Back to School and COVID-19
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY HEALTH and HUMAN SERVICES Behavioral Health, Back to School and COVID-19In recognition of National Suicide Prevention and Drug Recovery Month, the Prince George’s County Health and Human Services Team, virtual Mental Health mini-webinars schedule:September 28th 2:00pm:Children and Youth Advocates Panel Zoom Information:Meeting ID: 947 6727 4718Passcode: 323576Session will feature a group of expert panelists, currently involved with emergency service provision, support services for children with differing abilities, parent and guardian supports and family education resources. Parents, guardians, and students are encouraged to attend, as these sessions will address the confluence of tensions arising with online schooling, parents becoming teachers and the social challenges we currently face.Please feel free to send your questions before hand to: email@example.comWe look forward to you joining usas we continue to build a Healthy and Well Prince George’s.
Contact Name : PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY HEALTH and HUMAN SERVICES
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Transition: A Bridge to Your Future - Post-Secondary Virtual Transition Expo
Transition: A Bridge to Your Future - Post-Secondary Virtual Transition Expo
The Post-Secondary Virtual Transition Expo will connect students and their families to sources that help build successful lives after high school. Students with IEP's and 504 plans, parents, and teachers are all invited.
Contact Name : E. Serio
Contact Email : email@example.comSelf-Direction and the Good Life: Many Lives, Many Choices!
Self-Direction and the Good Life: Many Lives, Many Choices!
The Self-Directed Advocacy Network of Maryland is proud that choice and control of services have enriched the lives of people with developmental disabilities, and we are so glad to share the beauty of self-direction with others.
Our virtual video launch party guests will include Ande Kolp, Executive Director of Arc Maryland; Delegate Karen Lewis Young and Senator Susan Lee of the Maryland General Assembly; Casey DeLuca of Applied Self-Direction; NaToya Mitchell, Maryland's Statewide Coordinator of Self-Direction; Tracy Davis, FMS Director at The Arc Central Chesapeake Region; and SDAN volunteers.
After-party guests will include our director, Rob McQuay, and participants and family members who are featured in the video. They will be available to answer your questions and share more details about their experiences in self-direction.
See the link to our trailer below to preview the video. Hope to see you on October 1!
Contact Name : Self-Directed Advocacy Network of Maryland, Inc
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgBaltimore City Public Schools/Partners for Success Virtual Open House