Events in December 2022
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November 30, 2022(2 events)
REAL Transition Partners: How Do I Get the Job I Want?
Employment should be an expectation for youth/young adults with disabilities.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
In Illness, and In Health (Life Interrupted Webinar)
|December 1, 2022||December 2, 2022(1 event)||
December 3, 2022(1 event)
Future In Sight
Join Beth Daisy, our Supervisor of Occupational Therapy, on Saturday for an afternoon full of exploring some of the latest technology currently available for individuals who are blind, deaf, hard of hearing, and/or experience low vision.
University of New Hampshire - Durham Campus
|December 4, 2022|
December 5, 2022(1 event)
Reducing Worry in a World of Aniexty: Helping Your Neurodiverse Kids of All Ages
Reducing Worry in a World of Anxiety: Helping Your Neurodiverse Kids of All Ages
Free Webinar with Sharon Saline
December 6, 2022(1 event)
I am College Bound Series for Homeschoolers - Finalizing the Application
It will culminate in a special event when college-bound students will finalize at least one application and be eligible for a $500 scholarship at their hybrid event at the NHHEAF office in Concord or online on December 6 from 5 pm to 8 pm.
To register for the "big day," either in-person or online, contact Karen Collins directly at email@example.com or 603-227-5444.
This is the perfect event to help boost your teen over the finish line and get at least one application to an NH college done before the holidays!
December 7, 2022(1 event)
BDS Systems Work Family Forum
Learn about the Systems Work and share feedback about developmental disability services in New Hampshire
This is a great opportunity for family members to speak directly with the State staff members who manage the service system.
In-person at 129 Pleasant St. Brown Auditorium Concord, NH 03301
While a Zoom option is available, we encourage in-person attendance!
December 8, 2022(1 event)
Time for Transition: Healthcare Transition
Time for Transition: Healthcare Transition
Understanding the healthcare system is hard! When do you begin teaching this to youth? When should youth start taking on more responsibility? How do parents support them? What questions do you have related to medical care, and how do you know when to ask those questions? How do you connect with adult providers? Join this chat to learn about the transition to adulthood with medical care.
December 9, 2022(1 event)
Choose Love Implementation Q&A For Educators
Have you been to our website and taken our initial online training?
Ready to begin bringing the Choose Love Formula into your classroom, but not sure where you want to start?
Perhaps you have a specific goal in mind, and you are looking for some guidance towards this goal. This is a collaborative gathering for educators to get started. We welcome questions from the leaders of the district, principals, teachers, aids, and after-school programmers. Together we can support each other to bring the simplicity of this program forward for your students.
Register today to join us on the second Friday of every month from 11-11:30 am EST!
Feb 11, 2022 11:00 AM
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|December 12, 2022||
December 13, 2022(3 events)
Basic Rights in the NH Special Education Process
This introductory free workshop provides a brief overview of each step in the special education process, emphasizing the important role of parents in the process. Participants will each be provided with a copy of PIC’s “Steps in the NH Special Education Process” brochure.
Staff development certificates will be provided
How to help your child obtain Assistive Technology
If your preschool - Grade 12 Student needs assistive technology, how is it provided? This webinar explains the process of matching(and getting) AT for students with disabilities through the IEP Process.
Presented by: Adam Krass
More Information: Please email Tammi Kaminski, TKaminski@spanadvocacy.org
|December 14, 2022||
December 15, 2022(3 events)
Virtual Reality, Video Games, and Neurotechnologies: Effective Treatment for ADHD
Virtual Reality, Video Games, and Neurotechnologies: Effective Treatment for ADHD?
Free Webinar with Randy Kulman
Successful Transition to College & Work- Accommodations, Laws & Assistive Technology; Part 1 of 2
Transitioning from High School to college and/ or the workplace is a significant time in a student's life, future planning, and educational career. This engaging webinar series will inform participants of processes, strategies, technology, and resources to help ensure that the transition is successful! Learn the difference between HS, post-secondary, and workplace laws & discuss individual rights. When to start, What to ask for & What documentation is required. Learn what accommodations are available in college and the workplace.
Impacting the 2022 Election: How Social Work Students Can Empower Voters
Register at socialworkers.org/studentevents
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