Date: Saturday August 20th, 2016
- Adult, Child & Infant CPR & AED and Basic First Aid for Community and Workplace
- Voter Registration and Education Session
- Infant massage usa - held at The Arc Alliance
- Family Fun Day - 5th Annual
- Join The A Team for a fun day of games & activities
- A-Team Spring-Ford Family Fun Day
- Chat-n-Chew - Meet the Special Education Parent Attorneys
- Supports Coordination: Informational Night
- An informative and engaging evening of discovery
- April 19, 2017 at 6 pm
- LIGHTS UP SOUND DOWN - sensory friendly movie and resource fair
- DISABILITY AWARENESS WALK
- Chat-n-Chew Trusts and Estate Planning
- Chat-n-Chew Stumbling Blocks in Social Development
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Time: From 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Time: From 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT
Come visit us in a Voter Registration and Education Session and take the mystery out of voting
Sponsored by the MAX Association and Child Guidance Resource Centers
Open to the public with a focus on individuals who may have difficulties voting on Election Day
Associates from Child Guidance Resource Centers and the MAX Association will be available to demonstrate how to use the voting machines and allow everyone the opportunity to practice with the voting machine
Assistance will be provided to complete the voter registration form.
Gather general information about the upcoming election
Registration: No Pre-registration needed – Free to all attendees
Time: From 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM
Time: From 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Be sure to check out the Autism Resource Fair too!
Keep checking our Facebook Page: Link
A-Team Spring-Ford Family Fun Day
for up–to-date info and a list of resources & sponsors!
For more information, email us at: SpringFordATeam@gmail.com
Time: From 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Tuesday, April 18th
Speakers: Parent Attorney Panel
Moderator: Liliana Yazno-Bartle, Esq. – Law Offices of Caryl Andrea Oberman, LLC
Caryl Andrea Oberman, Esq. – Law Offices of Caryl Andrea Oberman, LLC
David J. Berney, Esq. – Law Offices of David J. Berney
Fred Stanczak Esq. – Law Offices of Frederick M. Stanczak
Heidi Konkler, Esq. – McAndrews Law Offices, P.C.
Judith Gran Esq. – Reisman Carolla Gran LLP
Lorrie McKinley, Esq. – McKinley & Ryan, LLC
Stephen J. Jacobson, Esq., Psy.D – The Education Lawyers
Title: Meet the Special Education Parent Attorneys
Topic: Parents and advocates will be able to ask special education questions in an open Q & A session with multiple special education attorneys
The content is designed for parents, grandparents, caregivers and advocates who make decisions about a child’s education services to bring questions and discuss options dealing with Individual Education Plan (IEP’s) and other educational issues.
To Register for this and other workshops:
Time: From 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
An informative and engaging evening of discovery
April 19, 2017 at 6 pm
Do you or a loved one have an intellectual disability who needs services and supports? Have you always wanted to know more about the Intellectual Disability system and Supports Coordination, but don’t know where to turn?
Attend The Arc Alliance’s FREE informational night, discover answers to your questions and possibly uncover opportunities you may not have known about! Snacks & light refreshments will be served!
- Individuals with intellectual disabilities
- Families/parents with children with intellectual disabilities
- Anyone who is interested in learning more about Supports Coordination and disabilities services
- All are welcome!
- You’ll learn how to apply for Supports Coordination services
- The services that are involved with Supports Coordination
- Have an opportunity to ask questions.
To increase your knowledge, and ask questions about Supports Coordination.
To RSVP or ask questions: Contact Amanda Hundley by calling 610-382-5831 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: From 10:00 AM to 12:45 PM
Time: From 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM
Time: From 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Date: May 16th – 7pm – 8:30pm
Speaker: Lesley Mehalick
Title: Trusts and Estate Planning
Topic: Estate planning for families of persons with disabilities overview of special needs trusts and the ABLE Act.
Bio: Lesley Mehalick is a shareholder of McAndrews Law Offices and the supervising partner for the firm’s estates and trusts department. She concentrates her practice in the areas of estate planning, special needs and disability planning, guardianship, special needs trusts, estate administration, and elder law planning. Ms. Mehalick regularly assists families in navigating through special needs planning, whether a young child, adult or elder family member is involved. These efforts include qualifying clients for public benefits, preparing special needs trusts, bringing guardianship proceedings, and carefully crafting an estate plan that maintains a disabled family member’s eligibility for essential public benefits. She is privileged to counsel clients regarding elder law issues and ways to protect the assets and promote the dignity of loved ones who may require skilled nursing care. She regularly appears in Orphans’ Court and she is a frequent lecturer to both attorneys and families on these topics. Ms. Mehalick previously practiced civil litigation in Northern Virginia, and she has litigated suits in both Virginia and Maryland. Prior to her private practice, she served as the judicial law clerk for the Honorable Stanley P. Klein, Judge of the Fairfax County Circuit Court in Fairfax County, Virginia. Ms. Mehalick holds an LL.M. (Master of Laws) in Taxation and a Certification in Estate Planning from the Villanova University School of Law, Graduate Tax Program, and she received her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School, where she served as the Executive Articles Editor on the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal .
Time: From 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Date: May 23rd
Speaker: Lynn Medley, M.S., CCC-SLP
Title: Stumbling Blocks in Social Development for Individuals with ASD and Related Disorders
Topic: This workshop will cover four areas of social development highlighted in the literature on ASD that can be stumbling blocks for individuals with ASD from the toddler years into adulthood. These are not “baby skills”; although some emerge in typical social development very early, they do not block conversational skill from emerging, but may block social connection from being strong and fluent. At its conclusion participants will be able to name the four areas, define and differentiate them from one another, and name an example of a time each of them interfered in the social skill of someone they know.
Bio: Lynn is a speech-language pathologist, with a rich variety of training from which she combines current methods for the treatment of individuals with ASD, dyspraxia, and other significant communication disorders. Lynn earned her undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University, and her Master’s Degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she received additional training at the TEACCH program, in a Sensory Integration private practice, and in a range of home programs utilizing Applied Behavioral Analysis principles.
In 1995 Lynn moved to Baltimore, where she worked for the Center for Autism and Related Disorders of the Kennedy Krieger Institute. During her time at CARD as a communication specialist and later as the Clinical Director, Lynn assisted in starting the Achievements Therapeutic Day Program, consulted to school systems in several states, lectured internationally, and provided advocacy and expert witness services for children with autism and their families, while also participating in direct interdisciplinary evaluation and therapy service provision. From 1999-2000 Lynn served as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Continued Studies in Business and Education at the Johns Hopkins University, where she taught students in the Masters Certificate program in Autism, the first of its kind in the country.
Early in 2002 Lynn moved to Pennsylvania and opened a private practice providing therapy, advocacy, and consultation to individuals with autism and their families, and consultation and training to school systems. In 2005, Lynn’s friend and colleague from Kennedy Krieger, Janice Mesaric, joined her in partnership, and they opened Medley & Mesaric Therapy Associates, LLC. Lynn continues to specialize in social engagement and social cognition across ages and diagnoses, providing evaluative and therapeutic services with individuals with communication disorders, and consultative services to schools and school systems.