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31 Nights of Light: December 22, 2018

Location: Prudential Center, Boston
800 Boylston St. | Boston, MA | 02199

The Federation is proud to have been selected for the Prudential Center’s 10th Annual “31 Nights of Light”! On 12/22, we’ll join with friends and supporters to light the tower green. Join us in Boston or join us on social media – show your support by wearing green or shining a green light in your home, and share the pictures on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter using the hashtag #31NightsFCSN!

This family-friendly celebration will include food, music, treats, and more!

RSVP for the Boston event!


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Visions of Community Conference: March 9, 2019
Location: Seaport World Trade Center, Boston
Workshops on: special education, special health care needs, early childhood, transition planning, and more!

  • Sessions in English, Español, Português, 中文 (Chinese), Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese), Kreyòl Ayisyen (Haitian Creole), and عربى (Arabic)
  • Exhibition hall with vendors and service providers from across Massachusetts
  • Networking opportunities with other families and professionals
  • Special programming for youth ages 14-22
  • View photos from 2018

Down Syndrome Folklore Latino Dance Troupe Dancers
Celebrating Every Child Gala
Location: Westin Waterfront Hotel, Boston

  • Silent auction with an assortment of goods and services
  • Volunteer opportunities available
  • Advertising space in our Program Book
  • Photos and video from 2018

RTSC’s Making a Difference Conference: November 2019
Location: Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Center
181 Boston Post Rd W | Marlborough, MA | 01752

Making a Difference is the Recruitment, Training and Support Center (RTSC) for Special Education Surrogate Parents’ (SESPs) annual statewide conference, presenting a range of topics related to the education and support of students. This conference provides a unique opportunity for attendees to learn and network with each other, child welfare professionals, and RTSC staff.

Topics include:

  • Behavioral challenges
  • Trauma-focused care
  • Updates in the world of special education