With Christine Skoglund, AT Coordinator
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2019
10:00AM – 12:00PM
Sign-in opens at 9:30AM
INKSTER BOARD OF EDUCATION
29115 Carlysle, Inkster 48141
Attached to the back of Burger Baylor building
Assistive Technology (AT) enables people with disabilities to participate more fully in all aspects of their lives (home, school, and community).
Kids who struggle in school are often overly dependent on parents, siblings, friends and teachers for help with assignments. By using AT, kids can experience success with working independently.
This workshop will explore tools and ways AT can help students in school address many types of learning difficulties. There are AT tools to help students who struggle with:
• Organization and memory
Who should attend? Families with a child with disabilities or learning challenges, school staff, other community members
RSVP with Kenya Harper Black by December 2, 2019
313-570-7994 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or online at www.michiganallianceforfamilies.org/rsvp
If it is after the deadline and you haven’t registered, please call or email to check the status of the event.
If you require accommodations or materials in an alternative format, please let us know one week before the workshop
Trumpet Behavioral Health provides ABA services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In-home services are provided in the tri-county area, with a new center in Warren. Free trainings and workshops for families on topics including managing challenging behavior, toilet training and promoting independence are also available.
Michigan Medicine site providing information on palliative care and resources for finding palliative care in the Ann Arbor, metro Detroit area.
Organization providing programs for new and expectant parents, recreation programs, social programs, and employment programs for residents of Southeast Michigan. The website also provides resource information (including a medical directory and education).
, Advocacy & Support
, Community Resources
, Medical Information
, Medical Service
, Medical Services & Testing
, Support Group
, Transition to Adulthood
The Children's Serious Emotional Disturbances Waiver (SEDW) provides services that are enhancements or additions to Medicaid State Plan coverage for children through age 20 with SED. The SEDW is a fee-for-service program administered by the Community Mental Health Services Programs (CMHSP) in some Michigan counties. All eligibility requirements and coverage areas are listed on the site.
, Grand Traverse
, St. Clair
, Van Buren
Canoeing for all children in the following parks: Proud Lake State Recreation Area (main location) • Island Lake State Recreation Area • Kensington Metropark- Farm Center • Newburgh Lake- Hines Drive, Livonia.