The week's events
- Voices of U.S. (Unified Speakers) Self Advocacy group meeting
Voices of U.S. (Unified Speakers) Self Advocacy group meeting
We have established a self- advocacy group that welcomes not only the individuals with disabilities that we serve but others as well. The group is called Voices of U.S. (Unified Speakers).
All Voices of U.S meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month from 6:00pm-8:00pm at the Mid-Atlantic Main Office (2109 Laurel Bush Road, Bel Air MD, 21015).
Each meeting is a social event where people can discuss whatever recent success they have had, current events and hold fundraisers.
All attendees receive food and drink at every meeting.
Volunteers are welcomed!
Feel free to ask any questions.
Day Options Director, Mid-Atlantic Human Service Corporation
2109 Laurel Bush Road, Bel Air, Maryland, 21015
Contact Name : --
Contact Email : --Dating While Neurodiverse for Adults 18+
Dating While Neurodiverse for Adults 18+
Building friendships and sharing special moments with a bestie is amazing...but what happens when we want something more? How do we go about doing this? How do we even know what we want? How do we go about this safely?
Join us for an 8-week class for neurodiverse adults ages 18+ where we talk about it all! We'll cover everything from the social nuances of dating and navigating relationships to sexual education, consent, and appropriate ways to communicate. This will be a judgment-free zone where neurodiverse individuals can share their anxieties and fears while asking the questions some have been too embarrassed to ask.
Class will be held at Barrier-Free's Life Skills & Social Studio - 7520 Main St #103 Sykesville, MD 21784. Class tuition is $80. We offer a two-class trial period, details at the link!
Contact Name : Britt & Lauren Burr
Contact Email : email@example.com
- Best Buddies MD School Friendship Programs Virtual Info Session
Best Buddies MD School Friendship Programs Virtual Info Session
Best Buddies International is a non-profit organization supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) by creating inclusive friendships and environments in schools and communities. Our Friendship Programs in middle and high schools match students with and without IDD to form one-to-one friendships, attend fun events, and advocate for inclusion. In this session, learn more about our programs and how to start your own chapter this school year!
Contact Name : Emily Alcaraz
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org