The week's events
- Promoting Positive Interaction with Law Enforcement: A Panel Discussion
Promoting Positive Interaction with Law Enforcement: A Panel Discussion
At Pathfinders for Autism, we have been training law enforcement on how to best interact with individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities since 2012. As a part of PFA’s continuing commitment to promoting positive relationships between those with disabilities and the law enforcement community, we feel there is a need for a holistic approach to this critical conversation. Please join our moderator, former police officer and 105.7 The Fan morning show host, Rob Long, as he and a panel of law enforcement officers discuss the rules that should be followed to help ensure everyone’s safety. The panel will also discuss what caregivers can do to help make it a better interaction for all involved.
The webinar is free to attend, but registration is required. Prior to the webinar, a Zoom link will be sent to you.
If you have questions for the panel, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 19.
Contact Name : Pathfinders for Autism
Contact Email : email@example.comEXPECTATIONS MATTER—MY LIFE, MY PLAN, MY CHOICE
EXPECTATIONS MATTER—MY LIFE, MY PLAN, MY CHOICE
WHAT: EXPECTATIONS MATTER—MY LIFE, MY PLAN, MY CHOICE
WHEN: Thursday, October 26, 2020 TIME: 7:00 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M.
PRESENTERS: Babette Smith, Support Broker, and her daughter, Melanie, Self Advocate, will explain “Person Centered Planning” to teens with disabilities and their families on how to plan for their own futures and the supports available through the process. This training was developed by people with disabilities and families. It is brought to you by Shared Support Maryland, Inc., through a generous grant from the Maryland Developmental
TO REGISTER: Call “Family Support Services” at 240-920-6829, and give us your email address and the link will be emailed to you.
Contact Name : Regena Fairall
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Using Schoology to Support Student Organization Online
Using Schoology to Support Student Organization Online
In this session, we will discuss the challenges and importance of students’ organizational skills in the remote learning environment. Practical solutions for everyday problems will be provided with a focus on the support available to students and families through the already familiar Schoology platform.
All BCPS Parents/Caregivers are invited to attend.
The same information will be presented at each offering. A link to the virtual meeting will be emailed to the provided email address prior to the day of the event.
Contact Name : SERC
Contact Email : email@example.com
- A Parent’s Guide: Navigating Special Education during COVID-19 pandemic
A Parent’s Guide: Navigating Special Education during COVID-19 pandemic
This session will review the Maryland State Department of Education technical assistance bulletins and provide resources, information on supporting your child during virtual learning.
Contact Name : Michelle Thornton, Family Support Specialist
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- What Families Need to Know About Planning for a Loved One with Special Needs
What Families Need to Know About Planning for a Loved One with Special Needs
Presented by Elville and Associates’ principal and lead attorney Stephen R. Elville, this webinar is a discussion that will educate attendees about planning for their loved one with special needs.
Attendees will come to understand what is involved in the planning process for a special needs family and the importance of preserving the loved one’s financial security and quality of life.
The key issues of understanding the role of public benefits, making decisions about the future, Maryland ABLE, and using estate planning and trusts to protect assets will be discussed along with the types of special needs trusts and their specific purposes (along with who the decision makers and beneficiaries can be in these trusts). Also, to be touched upon will be the “planning team concept” — how your planning team (attorney, financial advisor, CPA) — can work together to help provide your family peace of mind during the special needs planning process.
Should you have questions ahead of time, please contact Community Relations Director Jeff Stauffer at 443-393-7696 x117.
Open to clients, advisors and the general public. For Certified Financial Planners, CPAs, and other professionals 1.5 continuing education hours will be available for attending this presentation. We look forward to hosting you!
Contact Name : Jeffrey Stauffer
Contact Email : email@example.comMy 1000 Pound Therapist Webinar
My 1000 Pound Therapist Webinar
Join us for our FREE webinar to learn all about hippotherapy, its benefits, and how you can create a similar experience at home with a sensory trail!
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/my-1000-pound-therapist-webinar-tickets-125371905745
Contact Name : Chelsea Whitaker, OTR/L
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Tranquility Trail at Timberbrook Farm Open House
The Tranquility Trail at Timberbrook Farm Open House
Come join us for a FREE, socially distanced walk along our new sensory trail on Saturday, October 24th or 31st! Explore stations along the trail that engage all of your senses for a fun and therapeutic outdoor experience!
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/preview?eid=125385526485/
Once registered, please email email@example.com to inform her of a preferred time. We are separating groups by 10 minute increments to insure socially distancing.
Contact Name : Chelsea Whitaker, OTR/L
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgKinera's 5th Annual Trunk or Treat
Kinera's 5th Annual Trunk or Treat
Date Saturday, October 31, 2020
Drive-thru Open: 1pm - 4pm; Registration Required
Location Kinera Foundation
Cost FREE! Fun for entire family! Please register below. Due to COVID-19, registration is required. We will not be able to accommodate you without a registration.
Kinera's Trunk or Treat Drive-thru begins at 1pm and vehicles will need to line up, with their number posted in the car window. Trick or treaters are encouraged dress in costume and to vote for their favorite vendor Halloween displays as they drive-thru. Voting takes place on Facebook. All children will receive a treat bag of goodies and crafts.
This is a FREE family event, but registration is required. Please RSVP below. Each registered vehicle will receive a number, which is to be displayed in your vehicle's left passenger window. All passengers must remain in your vehicle the entire time--this is for your safety. All COVID-19 and Social-Distancing Guidelines need to be followed. Masks required. Thank you!
Contact Name : Julie Valicello
Contact Email : Julie@kinera.orgMovie Night with the Aberdeen Ironbirds
Movie Night with the Aberdeen Ironbirds
Movie Night returns to Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium on Halloween night, Saturday, October 31 with everyone's favorite ghost, Casper!
Gates open at 4:30pm and showtime is 5:30pm. Spend your Halloween with us watching this 1995 classic on the field.
Tickets start at $5, with tickets available at $10 with a popcorn and soda can/water bottle included in purchase. No food or drink is permitted to be brought into the ballpark. Lawn chairs are not permitted in the ballpark. Guests are welcome to bring beach towels or blankets to sit on the field or sit socially distanced in the stadium seating.
If you have any questions regarding your order, please contact our ticket office at 410-297-9292
Contact Name : Aberdeen Ironbirds
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