SCHOOL READINESS WORKSHOP
The Autism Society of Indiana and Linked to Learn Behavior Services invite you to attend a free virtual workshop to learn about school readiness for individuals with autism, led by Shaya Bates, BCBA, CEO and founder along with Kari Sheward, BCBA, COO and co-owner of Linked to Learn Behavior Services. Questions? Contact email@example.com. REGISTER NOW!
Free Summer Series: Family Support Webinars
This special summer series is part of the Free Family Support Webinars hosted by Indiana Resource Center for Autism. Presenters: Gordon Homes, Financial Advisor and Special Care Planner and Liz Homes, Special Needs Attorney. All presentations are from 6:30 – 8:00 ET and will last around 45 minutes with time for questions afterwards. REGISTER HERE.
June 28 – Government Programs and Beneﬁts
Medicaid, Medicare, Waivers, SSI and SSDI, Adult Child Beneﬁts, juggling Social Security and employment.
July 19 – ABLE Accounts & Guardianship
Achieving a Better Life Experience Account Advantages & Disadvantages. Guardianship, pros and cons, alternatives.
August 16 – Special Needs Trusts
First vs Third Party, Pooled & Miller Trusts. Deep Dive into special needs trusts, helping you avoid costly mistakes.
Learn about the different types of waivers, who is eligible, what services are offered, and how to apply. The presentation will be followed by a question & answer session on Thursday, May 6 at 6:00 ET. Register for this free virtual training HERE or call 800-964-4746. Once registered, you will receive an email with a link to join the training.
IRCA Autism Conference: Learning Together
Virtual Conference on September 29, 2021
For parents, professionals, educators, therapists, paraprofessionals, individuals on the autism spectrum, or other interested parties to learn from statewide and national experts about autism and technology, behavior, ASD and co-occurring mental health, co-morbidities associated with ASD, strategies to handle anxiety, social skill and communication strategies, and strategies for general education settings. Sponsored by Indiana Resource Center for Autism and Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University – Bloomington. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Power of Possibilities
At Power of Possibilities shared values of acceptance, respect, and inclusion are recognized. There are two ways to join the event; in person at Filoli Garden or online, Thursday, May 13 at 7:00 PM.
JOIN HERE or CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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