Accessing Services at the College Level
Janet Jones, Director of Student and Alumni Services at Lawrence Memorial/Regis College, and Sandra Dorsainvil, Director of Disability Student Services at Regis College, will share their knowledge of how best to access to academic support services at the college level.
Assistive Tech Conference and Expo
Easter Seals Massachusetts Assistive Technology Exposition features a full-day of assistive technology workshops and exhibits for people with disabilities, their families educators, therapists and professionals who work in the field of assistive technology.
Kehillah Project RIDE trikes are now available for children and teens who cannot ride traditional bicycles!
Spring 2013 tune ups are completed and Project RIDE now has small, medium and large trikes available for new families! Call now 413-739-4715, ext 330 for your trike fitting appointment on Sunday, April 7th from 9am – noon. Learn more>
Steering One’s Ship –
A FREE Forum on Self-Determination: Saturday, April 13, 2013
An Evening with Dr. Robert Brooks
Free Event for Parents!
2013 Askwith Forums at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
The Harvard Graduate School of Education has released their 2013 Askwith Forums Schedule. All discussions are open and free to the public, but it is recommended that you arrive early as seating is limited. The next Askwith Forum will take place on Friday, March 1, from 5:00-7p.m. Click here to learn more about this discussion and others.
Family Engagement and Children with Disabilities
The Harvard Family Research Project has created a publication to help parents and special educators establish comfortable and effective partnerships to promoting successful outcomes for children with disabilities. Family Engagement and Children with Disabilities: A Resource Guide.
Harvard Graduate School of Education Forum Schedule
Announcing the 2013 schedule for the Askwith Forums at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 4-5:30 p.m.
The ways in which we do business, socialize, engage in leisure activities, communicate, and learn are rapidly changing. In education, such changes are apparent in the rapid rise of formal and informal online learning programs, and in the growing popularity of learning games. Click here to learn more and register
Assistive Technology in Special Education Webinar
When: February 21, 2013 1:30 – 3:00 PM ET
Accessible Books, newspapers and magazines!
Check out www.bookshare.org for more information on how to become a member. Students and adults with print and learning disabilities can now read at home without assistance from another person. Bookshare has the world’s largest online library of accessible books. Membership is free to all students with print disabilities in the US and for a small fee for non students.