|August 30, 2020
DFKDC Equality Summit
August 29-30, 2020 N/A
DFKDC wants to be on the forefront of change and equality empowerment. This is a commitment we make to our families through our mission and programming. With a diverse population that includes 36% African American, 8% Asian American, and 1% Middle Eastern—it is pivotal for DFKDC to advocate for their families and promote disability awareness. The annual Equality Summit will focus on one important topic that our society is facing each year and bring together thought leaders, speakers, and our own DFKDC participants to share their experiences, learn from each other, and most importantly – discuss how we can support change. DFKDC’s commitment is to select youth with disabilities (our participants) during each yearly summit and work with them to create the following year’s equality summit.
Over August 29th weekend, we will be organizing 3 FREE one-hour virtual panels that we invite our DFKDC families and volunteers, youth with disabilities, families of all backgrounds, and all individuals across the nation to join. We are excited to have the support of experts from different fields to educate us on ways we can teach, advocate, and promote equality within our communities and world. You can register for 1, 2, or all 3 sessions. If you have any questions, please email Glenda at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Name : Glenda
Contact Email : email@example.com
|August 31, 2020||September 1, 2020
Compensatory Education Issues During, Before, and After the Pandemic
September 1, 2020 –
The fourth seminar of this series entitled “Compensatory Education Issues During, Before, and After the Pandemic: Effective Advocacy and Avoiding Missteps” will be presented by Nancy Potter, Esq. and John Goldsborough, Esq. Tune in to learn about determining compensatory education and the factors families are weighing during the pandemic. Join Attorney Potter and Attorney Goldsborough as they discuss the practical implications of law and policy.
To watch this presentation live, sign up for the electronic newsletter called the MLO Minute at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Name : McAndrews, Mehalick, Connolly, Hulse and Ryan P.C.
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|September 2, 2020
September 2, 2020 –
SEPTEMBER 2 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
DFKDC x ADAPTIVE YOGA LIVE DIGITAL ART: MANDALA
Wednesday, Sept. 2nd from 1 – 2 PM EST
Join Dreams For Kids DC x Adaptive Yoga Live and special guest artist Moya (from Dreams For Kids LA) for a creative session of Mandala Drawing. Come experience the fun, expressive, cathartic, and mindful process of drawing mandalas!
Contact Name : One World Center for Autism
Contact Email : email@example.com
Music & Movement with David (Ages 3 to 7)
September 2, 2020 –
Please join us for a Virtual Music & Movement event with DMF Early Childhood Music Program Specialist, David Bedard. Hosted on Zoom, attendees, ages 3 to 7 , will sing, drum and dance along together during this free, one-hour event.
If you would like to attend, please complete the information below. Attendees will receive a Zoom invitation via email one-hour prior to the event - simply log in to start moving and grooving. Virtual doors open at 4:20PM Eastern.
Contact Name : Daniel's Music Foundation
Contact Email : --
|September 3, 2020
PFA Event - Virtual Scavenger Hunt
September 3, 2020 –
Join us for a Scavenger Hunt! Thursday, September 3rd at 7:00pm.
Gather your entire family and be ready to earn points for the items you can find from our list of 25. Earn points for each item you are able to retrieve, with the opportunity to collect BONUS points as well. Tally your points and the winning team will receive PFA Swag!
Contact Name : Trish or Neal
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Surviving Virtual Learning: A guide to schooling in the age of COVID-19
|September 4, 2020||September 5, 2020
Let's Be Friends (Online Meet Up)
September 5, 2020 –
Social Skills with Lego, Science Experiments, Online Games, Yoga and more.
This online meetup with Neurotypical kids as role models with help your siblings to play with them, helps them learn social skills, prompts them to use language, and is involved in different aspects of their siblings program.
Age Group: 6 and above
Contact Name : --
Contact Email : email@example.com