¡Atención padres Latinos y aliados!

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Acompáñenos en una conversación virtual totalmente en español. Esta es nuestra oportunidad para hablar y compartir de nuestras experiencias tras el COVID-19, el cierre de las escuelas y el aprendizaje remoto

 -Discutiremos los desafíos de los estudiantes Latinos y sus familias durante el COVID-19

– Representantes de SPAN hablaran sobre los servicios y programas disponibles para las familias

-Información sobre los planes de reapertura de escuelas y como las familias pueden involucrarse.

– Acceso a recursos sobre COVID-19 y SPAN

miércoles, 5 de agosto de 2020

6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Registrese aqui:

 https://voceslatinasspan.eventbrite.com

Para más información contacte a: Fanny Ochoa a fochoa@spanadvocacy.org o llame al 551-260-0046

Attention Latino parents and allies!

Join us in a virtual conversation entirely in Spanish. This is our opportunity to speak up and share our experiences during COVID-19, school closures and remote learning

 -We will discuss the challenges of Latino students and their families during COVID-19

  – SPAN representatives will talk about the services and programs available to families

  -Information on school reopening plans; and how families can get involved.

 – Access to resources on COVID-19 and SPAN

 

Give Your Input On The NJ Council on Developmental Disabilities 5 Year Plan

Parents and Students are welcome to take this Survey or provide further input and suggestions. The online survey may be taken in English or Spanish and may be done anonymously.

PRESS HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY OR GET FURTHER INFORMATION

From the NJ Council on Developmental Disabilities:

“Every five years, the New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities develops a State Plan that reflects a comprehensive review of major service systems and issues as they affect children, teens, and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families in New Jersey. The State Plan is developed in accordance with the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 2000 (DD Act). The Council’s work centers around system change activities.

The plan is important because it outlines goals, objectives, and activities that the NJCDD will implement in order to bring about system change. The State Plan guides the work of the Council and drives decisions about how staff and fiscal resources are used.

Right now, NJCDD is in the process of developing its Five-Year State Plan for the period from October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2026. 

We are gathering input from the community to formulate our goals for the next five years. We want to hear from individuals with I/DD, families, caregivers, service providers and other stakeholders about what is working for people with developmental disabilities; what needs to change; and, how could it be changed.”

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A Helpful App for Hearing/Speech Problems

GOOGLE LIVE TRANSCRIBE   Can be a very helpful APP, for your phone for aiding communications with those who are hearing impaired, deaf or have trouble processing speech. Basically, when opened it gives live closed captioning to the words you say, which come up on your phone screen and the other party can read what you have just said. They can respond with spoken words or type.  You can also switch between languages.

” Live Transcribe was made in collaboration with Gallaudet University, the premier Deaf and hard of hearing university in the US.”

Bloomfield Schools Comunity Re-entry Survey

“Bloomfield Schools Request Your Input On The Community Re-Entry Survey

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On Friday, June 26, 2020, Governor Murphy announced that New Jersey Schools would open their doors in September.  The district requests your feedback for consideration when planning this re-entry process.  Please consider sharing your thoughts through the attached Community Re-Entry Survey.
This survey will close on Friday, July 3, 2020.  Thank you in advance for your participation.”

 

NJ VIRTUAL SPECIAL OLYMPICS- STARTS JUNE 5, 2020 ONLINE

From the good folks at Hinkle, Prior & Fischer, Attorneys at Law:

Info & Resources to Help Special Needs Students & Parents Cope With The Way COVID Changes Things in Our Lives

From The Boggs Center:

  • “Information and Resources Related to COVID-19

    Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) CDC imageAcross the world, we are experiencing an unprecedented set of challenges as we all work together to prevent the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing and other protective measures. Having reliable, up to date information and resources to help us better understand COVID-19, necessary health and hygiene precautions, and strategies to maintain emotional well-being is important to us all.
    The Boggs Center, as New Jersey’s federally designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) and New Jersey’s Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program, has compiled a selection of resources from New Jersey and across the country that may be useful to the disability community across the state. “

    View links to COVID-19 resources

Special thanks to Ms. Kelly Reer, M.A. SLE Coordinator, at BHS for the information.

Webinar on Transition – Wed. 5/20, @ 3:30-4:30 PM

We were all set for a terrific joint presentation with the good folks over at Glen Ridge Association for Special Education (GRASE) about TRANSITION to Adulthood for older students back in April. That was unfortunately cancelled due to COVID. However, here is a second chance to learn some information about TRANSITION by stepping in virtually to The ARC of NJ’s Webinar on Transition WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, FROM 3:30 – 4:30 P.M.

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR- HERE