Information about events in the area and helpful resources!
New website for connecting people with disabilities to access recreation opportunities: Visit www.accessrec.org or click on the image below.
"Learning Opportunities for Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Mass. Public Colleges and Universities"
April 13th, Byfield Speaker: Glenn Gabbard, PhD, is the coordinator of Inclusive Concurrent Education Enrollment for the state Executive Office of Education. This presentation will be helpful for any parent with a child of transition age or parents of younger children who want to learn of future possibilities.
Sponsored by the Triton SEPAC
Harvard School of Dental Medicine iSCAPE Clinic
119 Windsor Street, Cambridge
This student run clinic provides dental care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities of all ages. One Saturday per month and they provide exams, simple periodontal, prophylaxis and restorative care.
ImprovBoston Disability Scholarship
The No Limits Media and ImprovBoston scholarship is to help a person with disabilities learn the art of improvisational comedy. People with disabilities will perform alongside improvisers of every type. Eligibility requirements must be met in order to proceed with the application process.
* You must be at least eighteen (18) years of age
* You must be able to engage productively in collaboration with others
* Only complete applications will be considered.
HOME Event Dates: Wednesday, April 15 at 4pm and Saturday, April 18 at 9am Chunky's Haverhill, MA
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Chunky's offers monthly screenings for children with autism or other special needs. Theater lights are kept on, the sound of the film turned down, and no 3D. Audience members are allowed to walk around, dance, shout or sing!