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Chimes for Autism: Inspired by A Boy's Passion

Tyler, who happens to be living with autism, captured me the first moment I met him.

This guest blog post is by Garry Kvistad, founder and owner of Woodstock Chimes. The video above was produced by Woodstock Chimes and tells the story of a boy who inspired a fundraising ca…

God Watched Over Him

Tessie Hooker shares the story of her six-year-old grandson wandering from home and his safe return with the help of an angel.

This is a post by Tessie Hooker, the grandmother of a six-year-old boy with autism. 

My 6-year-old grandson has to be watched constantly. He has a…

When Medical Issues Complicate Autism's Eating Challenges

Advice from specialists in the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network

Our daughter (who has autism) had a feeding tube for her first two years of life due to laryngomalacia. Now she fears swallowing. What’s a family to do when feeding challenges are complicated by medical con…

Your Dollars @ Work: Helping Adults on the Path to Successful Careers!

A 2012 Community Grant to the YMCA of Greater Kansas City funded nine Career Academies for young adults and adults with autism.

A 2012 Family Services Community Grant to the YMCA of Greater Kansas City funded the Y’s efforts to help impact employment outcomes for youth with a…

The Day I Knew Everything Would Be OK

A father describes finding peace with his son's condition.

Mike Wuebben is the Chief of Digital Strategy for Autism Speaks and has written about raising a special needs child on this site in the past.

Shortly after my son Willem was born it was clear he would face a lifetime …

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Transition Planning Process Workshop
April 16, 2014,
Important information to help you understand for your child's IEP!
Revere SEPAC welcomes Mass Pac
Turning 14 
An Introduction to the Transition Planning Process; 
A Workshop for Parents and Professionals

Massachusetts law requires that Transition planning must begin at age 14 and continue throughout the high school years as students prepare to journey into a full and inclusive adult life. Coordinated and continuous transition preparation promotes better post school outcomes for students with disabilities.

This introductory Transition workshop will address: 

• Development of self-advocacy and self-determination skills to support the student’s vision. 
• How Transition Assessments identify students’ strengths and interests as well as areas of academic and functional skill development needed to support Transition goals. 
• How the Transition Planning Form guides the conversation to develop Transition goals which lead to meaningful opportunities in education, training, employment and independent living.

Date: Wednesday April 16, 2013 

Location: Revere Rec. Center 150 Beach Street 

Time: 5:45-6:00 Board Meeting 6:00-8:00 Workshop 

Contact Person: heidichait@yahoo.com or dmawoodman@aol.com

Child Care provided
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Greater Boston Walk for Autism

Team:  Revere SEPAC

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Photo: It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism! ❤️ 

It was an AMAZING weekend at Stop & Shop @ Suffolk Downs fundraising! We send our gratitude to our volunteers, patrons and of course Stop & Shop! We met so many people that shared a story about being touched by Autism! We are so excited that a week from today to participate in the Greater Boston Walk for Autism!

 

 


 

 

 


 


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