For siblings of children with disabilities ages 8-12
4 week session begins February 28 from 12-2
Very Special Arts presents
Around the World in 80 Days
March 6-8 and 13-15
Paxton Campus Presents:
A 3 Day Workshop: Transition Series: Critical School-to-Community Planning
for Youth with Disabilities and their Families beginning March 7
For students age age 14-25
Become empowered by learning about employment, housing, transportation, SSI,
Medicaid, Health Ins., Wills/Trusts, Recreation and More
Students are invited and separate activities will be provided for them.
Don't miss this opportunity to plan for your child's future.
Accessibility Summit on April 17-18
Gamers’ Union for Social SkillsRust LibraryOn Sunday's once a month at 1:00 pm
Teens who would like to work on teamwork and general social skills in a facilitated, supportive environment are invited to play video games while their parents meet for friendship and networking. Suggested for teens with mild autism spectrum disorders (ASD), anxiety disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (AD/HD) or similar. Facilitated by a special educator.
For all teens.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mentally Illness)
Loudoun Family Support Groups
Nami Basics Parenting Series