Planning A Life Conferences 2024

Planning A Life Conferences 2024 Planning A Life (PAL) is a transition conference for transition-age youth (14-22), their families, & professionals who support them. PAL provides parents and professionals with useful skills and information necessary to support youth as they prepare for full, meaningful lives during andRead more

Resilience Film Screening for Falmouth SEPAC Form

Resilience Film Screening for Falmouth SEPAC 1/11/2024 The Federation for Children with Special Needs is funded by grants which require us to collect data. Our registration is confidential and used to ensure we are supporting all communities. We do not share personal information, nor do we sellRead more

Transition: MAICEI

Pandemic-Related Transition Services: MA Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative (MAICEI) Massachusetts Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative (MAICEI) Programs offer a fully inclusive college experience for students with documented intellectual, developmental disabilities and autism to learn alongside their non-disabled peers.   In a MAICEI program students enroll in undergraduate courses, engage inRead more

Transition: DDS

Pandemic-Related Transition Services: Department of Developmental Services  The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder to become fully engaged members of their community. DDS Family Support Centers are offering a new Transition Project for young adults who: turnedRead more

Transition: MRC

Pandemic-Related Transition Services: Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission  (MRC) provides services that focus on training and employment, community living, and disability determination for federal benefit programs. Adults who qualify for MRC services may be eligible for extra support, based on your birth date (and when youRead more

Transition: Mass Commission for the Blind

Pandemic-Related Transition Services: Massachusetts Commission for the Blind The Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB) serves approximately 30,000 individuals who are legally blind by providing access to employment opportunities and social rehabilitation with the goal of increasing independence and full community participation. Pandemic-related transition services will takeRead more