The following is a message from the Jewish Community Center (JCC) in Newton, MA: Sibshops reflect a belief that our communities need to acknowledge the difficulties faced by siblings of children with special needs (medical, developmental, cognitive, mental, physical) and provide them with opportunities to connect with each other just as many parents of children with special needs have benefited from sharing their experiences with each other.
THURSDAY, MARCH 30 (7:00pm-8:30pm)
The Boston Public School Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SpedPac) invites parents and caregivers of students with disabilities to attend their General Meeting. This workshop will feature presentations from Exceptional Lives, Boston Children’s Hospital, and TILL.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 (6pm-8pm)
Students and their families are welcome to learn about the resources available to them as they transition from high school into the adult world. The fair will include representatives from agencies and organizations that support post-secondary education, employment, independent living, leisure activities, and more.
For many families, creating a college plan for a child with disabilities is a challenging process. Finding the right school that addresses your child’s specific needs requires a great deal of research. The added layer of costs for higher education makes for a more stressful experience. However, these 6 college scholarships can help bring financial relief for students with learning disabilities in or applying to college.