Whether you are the parent of a special needs child or a professional who works with special needs individuals, these workshops can provide you with a wealth of information.
In our first workshop, we’ll jump right in and discuss life planning for those with disabilities and how to prepare for the future.
Pennsylvania residents and non-residents under the age of 12 may apply for the Mentored Youth Permit.
Sometimes it is helpful to get the perspective of someone who has “been there, done that.’ Come join us as Don Di Marco shares his experience as the father of three special needs children.Transition is an outcome based process that is long range in nature.In this four-part series we will learn how to access the services and systems your child will need as they move into adulthood and how important it is to start preparing early to ensure success. How will it affect my adult child with a disability who is in a vocational or pre-vocational program now or will be in the near future?All Pennsylvania residents must have a resident hunting license. Pennsylvania residents age 18 or older who are first-time hunters may be eligible to participate in the Mentored Adult Hunting Program.Visit the Pennsylvania Game Commission website for full program details.
Come learn the answers to these questions and join in a discussion on how these new regulations will affect your navigation of the special needs community.