Event Calendar

  • Dec. 2

    Power up your December with SAPNA! (Self Advocacy Power Network for All)

    Online

    10 am
    SAU1 is a PA non-profit led and staffed by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities. This month's sessions include: Let’s Talk About Your Vision for YOUR Everyday Life!, Let’s Speak Up!, All About Jobs!, and Power Talk with ODP!
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  • Dec. 3

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 pm
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
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  • Dec. 4

    Santa Cares Inclusive Experience

    Various Locations Across Pennsylvania

    12 am
    Santa Cares events allow people of all ages and abilities to enjoy Santa Magic photo experiences in an inclusive environment that improves comfort, enjoyment and participation among children with sensory sensitivities. Cherry Hill Programs, Autism Speaks, and Autism Speaks Canada are thrilled to host sensory-friendly events on Sunday, December 4, 2022.
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  • Dec. 5

    The Nuts and Bolts of Job Coaching

    Online

    12 am
    This self-paced five-module online course provides participants with relevant information regarding the role of a Job Coach to support students in community-based work settings.
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  • Dec. 5

    Power up your December with SAPNA! (Self Advocacy Power Network for All)

    Online

    10 am
    SAU1 is a PA non-profit led and staffed by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities. This month's sessions include: Let’s Talk About Your Vision for YOUR Everyday Life!, Let’s Speak Up!, All About Jobs!, and Power Talk with ODP!
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  • Dec. 6

    Preparing Transition Students and Young Adults for the Workforce, and to be Financially Successful

    Online

    10 am
    This presentation will cover different medicaid categories including Healthy Horizons and Medical Assistance for Workers with Disabilities (MAWD), CHIP, and Waiver. In addition, learn about when and how to apply for SSI and SSDI, and how earned income affects these benefits. Hosted by Achieva Family Trust.
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  • Dec. 6

    Aramark Hiring Event | Drexel

    Bossone Research Enterprise Center

    10 am
    The Drexel Business Inclusion Center is hosting an Aramark hiring event for individuals with autism and other disabilities!
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  • Dec. 6

    Public Health Townhall: Norovirus, Holiday Gatherings, Food Safety, Preparation, and Sanitization

    Online

    1 pm
    Hosted by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP). This webinar is for all interested stakeholders. Presentation topics from Dr. Rabea Khadimi and Dr. Antonie Auguste will include holiday gatherings, Norovirus, food safety and more. Sessions are assigned by region. Please register for the session corresponding to your region.
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  • Dec. 6

    Presuming Capability, Raising Expectations

    6 pm
    A virtual workshop hosted by PaTTAN and Families to the Max.  Discover possibilities...Share your experience! 
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  • Dec. 7

    PA ABLE Webinars

    Online

    10 am
    To help you learn about the important features and benefits of PA ABLE, the Pennsylvania Treasury Department is hosting free webinars. Some of the topics that will be discussed include: eligibility requirements for opening a PA ABLE account, the federal and state tax benefits of PA ABLE, and how PA ABLE account interacts with current benefits.
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  • Dec. 7

    Collaboration between Behavioral Specialists and Support Coordinators in AAW

    Online

    12 pm
    Hosted by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP). In the Adult Autism Waiver, there are many opportunities for Supports Coordinators and Behavioral Specialists to work collaboratively, while maintaining their unique roles. This training will explore how these services can align efforts during the assessment, plan development, and implementation phases of service delivery.
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  • Dec. 7

    Public Health Townhall: Norovirus, Holiday Gatherings, Food Safety, Preparation, and Sanitization

    Online

    1 pm
    Hosted by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP). This webinar is for all interested stakeholders. Presentation topics from Dr. Rabea Khadimi and Dr. Antonie Auguste will include holiday gatherings, Norovirus, food safety and more. Sessions are assigned by region. Please register for the session corresponding to your region.
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  • Dec. 7

    The Intersection of Future Planning and Special Education Transition Planning

    Online

    2 pm
    Hosted by The Arc. Planning for a secure and fulfilling future is a crucial process for people with disabilities and their families. While creating a future plan may seem inaccessible or challenging for families, it is possible and necessary to create a person-centered plan that documents the wants, needs, and available resources for an individual with a disability.
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  • Dec. 8

    New Diagnosis and Timely Interventions

    Online

    12 pm
    Your child has just been diagnosed with autism. Now what? Join Autism Speaks to find resources and support at a free webinar.
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  • Dec. 9

    Apply to PEAL's Virtual Winter 2023 Virtual Family Leadership Institute

    Online

    12 am
    FREE! PEAL's FLI will help parents and caregivers of children and young people with disabilities and special healthcare needs to develop an understanding of healthcare, education, and disability policies. Applications are due December 9th, 2022
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  • Dec. 10

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    10 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
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  • Dec. 11

    The 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference

    Central Hotel and Conference Center

    12 am
    A conference for school administrators, teachers, and parents. The Pennsylvania Coalition for Parent Involvement Ltd. proudly presents the 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference.
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  • Dec. 12

    The 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference

    Central Hotel and Conference Center

    12 am
    A conference for school administrators, teachers, and parents. The Pennsylvania Coalition for Parent Involvement Ltd. proudly presents the 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference.
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  • Dec. 12

    The Arc of Pennsylvania: ACRE Training

    Online

    9 am
    Attendees who successfully complete this course will receive an ACRE Basic Certification. This is a nationally recognized professional certificate. Direct service providers of Supported Employment and Community Participation Supports are required to have this or CESP equivalent in PA.
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  • Dec. 12

    Virtual Summits: Long Term Planning and Housing Options

    Online

    9 am
    Join the Summit in your region to hear from local experts with resources focused on Long Term Planning and Housing Options. Hosted by PA Family Network.
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  • Dec. 12

    Power up your December with SAPNA! (Self Advocacy Power Network for All)

    Online

    1 pm
    SAU1 is a PA non-profit led and staffed by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities. This month's sessions include: Let’s Talk About Your Vision for YOUR Everyday Life!, Let’s Speak Up!, All About Jobs!, and Power Talk with ODP!
    View Event
  • Dec. 12

    Families CCAN Monthly Resource Meeting

    Online

    7 pm
    Gather with other families, connect, and learn from experts! Monthly Resource Meetings bring together individuals with disabilities and their families to learn from experts about key topics, new ideas, helpful programs and resources. Led by experts in their respective fields, Monthly Resource Meetings are an opportunity to learn in-depth information about a different topic every month. Resource meetings are always free, and are held via Zoom.
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  • Dec. 13

    The 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference

    Central Hotel and Conference Center

    12 am
    A conference for school administrators, teachers, and parents. The Pennsylvania Coalition for Parent Involvement Ltd. proudly presents the 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference.
    View Event
  • Dec. 13

    The Arc of Pennsylvania: ACRE Training

    Online

    9 am
    Attendees who successfully complete this course will receive an ACRE Basic Certification. This is a nationally recognized professional certificate. Direct service providers of Supported Employment and Community Participation Supports are required to have this or CESP equivalent in PA.
    View Event
  • Dec. 13

    Virtual Summits: Long Term Planning and Housing Options

    Online

    9 am
    Join the Summit in your region to hear from local experts with resources focused on Long Term Planning and Housing Options. Hosted by PA Family Network.
    View Event
  • Dec. 13

    Technology Virtual Road Show Series

    Online

    1 pm
    Please join the ODP Technology Task Force for an upcoming Virtual Road Show series “Technology to Support Independence in PA!” People from all backgrounds will be sharing their personal stories and experiences with exploring how technology can support and improve everyday lives. Each session will include scheduled presentations and plenty of time for group conversation, questions, and feedback. Please bring your own experiences to share, so we can learn from each other!
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  • Dec. 13

    HCPBS 2022 Home and Community Webinar Series

    Online

    3 pm
    Dangerous Behavior in Family Contexts: Keeping Sisters and Brothers Emotionally and Physically Safe, moderated by Ann Turnbull.
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  • Dec. 14

    The 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference

    Central Hotel and Conference Center

    12 am
    A conference for school administrators, teachers, and parents. The Pennsylvania Coalition for Parent Involvement Ltd. proudly presents the 46th Annual Family Involvement Conference.
    View Event
  • Dec. 14

    The Arc of Pennsylvania: ACRE Training

    Online

    9 am
    Attendees who successfully complete this course will receive an ACRE Basic Certification. This is a nationally recognized professional certificate. Direct service providers of Supported Employment and Community Participation Supports are required to have this or CESP equivalent in PA.
    View Event
  • Dec. 14

    Virtual Summits: Long Term Planning and Housing Options

    Online

    9 am
    Join the Summit in your region to hear from local experts with resources focused on Long Term Planning and Housing Options. Hosted by PA Family Network.
    View Event
  • Dec. 14

    PCHC Live Webinar: Team Tools to Optimize Behavioral Health Outcomes

    Online

    10 am
    Obtaining the best behavioral health outcomes for our individuals is a shared goal. But where do we start? How can we better use the tools that we have? This training will help you sort it all out. Learn who makes up a team. Learn how to get the most out of the reports you already obtain, or which ones to request. 
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  • Dec. 14

    Public Health Townhall: Norovirus, Holiday Gatherings, Food Safety, Preparation, and Sanitization

    Online

    1 pm
    Hosted by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP). This webinar is for all interested stakeholders. Presentation topics from Dr. Rabea Khadimi and Dr. Antonie Auguste will include holiday gatherings, Norovirus, food safety and more. Sessions are assigned by region. Please register for the session corresponding to your region.
    View Event
  • Dec. 15

    Virtual Summits: Long Term Planning and Housing Options

    Online

    9 am
    Join the Summit in your region to hear from local experts with resources focused on Long Term Planning and Housing Options. Hosted by PA Family Network.
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  • Dec. 15

    Diabetic/Insulin Class

    Online

    10 am
    Hosted by Milestone HCQU West. Trainings are offered both in-person and online!
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  • Dec. 15

    Public Health Townhall: Norovirus, Holiday Gatherings, Food Safety, Preparation, and Sanitization

    Online

    1 pm
    Hosted by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP). This webinar is for all interested stakeholders. Presentation topics from Dr. Rabea Khadimi and Dr. Antonie Auguste will include holiday gatherings, Norovirus, food safety and more. Sessions are assigned by region. Please register for the session corresponding to your region.
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  • Dec. 16

    Charting the LifeCourse: Using Applying Principles and Using Tools to Support a Good Life

    Online

    9 am
    Charting the LifeCourse was created to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a vision for a good life, think about what they need to know and do, identify how to find or develop supports, and discover what it takes to live the lives they want to live. This training series is for all professional stakeholders.
    View Event
  • Dec. 16

    Virtual Summits: Long Term Planning and Housing Options

    Online

    9 am
    Join the Summit in your region to hear from local experts with resources focused on Long Term Planning and Housing Options. Hosted by PA Family Network.
    View Event
  • Dec. 16

    Power up your December with SAPNA! (Self Advocacy Power Network for All)

    Online

    11 am
    SAU1 is a PA non-profit led and staffed by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities. This month's sessions include: Let’s Talk About Your Vision for YOUR Everyday Life!, Let’s Speak Up!, All About Jobs!, and Power Talk with ODP!
    View Event
  • Dec. 17

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
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  • Dec. 19

    PADDC: Self Advocate Spotlight Series

    Online

    2 pm
    The Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council invites you to join for a compelling series of virtual advocacy discussions. The Self Advocate Spotlight Series will kick off in July and is an opportunity to hear from individuals with developmental disabilities about the remarkable things they are doing to make Pennsylvania a better place to live. The Self Advocate Spotlight Series highlights how self advocates are demonstrating their own leadership skills, while also using their voices to mentor others.
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  • Dec. 21

    Autism Knowledge Support Group

    Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Library

    6 pm
    Parents, join the last Wednesday for every month to share your specific needs concerning your autistic child’s needs and rights,and receive training and information to learn how to support and advocate for your child.
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  • Jan. 5

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Jan. 7

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Jan. 11

    PEAL Center’s 21 and Able Project, Powered by United Way

    Online

    12 pm
    PEAL is offering these 21 and Able virtual sessions to help youth, parents, guardians and family members empower young adults with disabilities transition smoothly from the last day of high school to the first day of adult life by increasing education, employment, housing and independent living, and other opportunities.
    View Event
  • Jan. 14

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    10 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Jan. 16

    Arc of Pennsylvania Discovery Training

    Online

    9 am
    Attendees who successfully complete our course will receive a Discovery certification. This is a nationally recognized professional certificate. Direct service providers of Advanced Supported Employment/Customized Employment are required to have this certification in PA.
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  • Jan. 17

    Arc of Pennsylvania Discovery Training

    Online

    9 am
    Attendees who successfully complete our course will receive a Discovery certification. This is a nationally recognized professional certificate. Direct service providers of Advanced Supported Employment/Customized Employment are required to have this certification in PA.
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  • Jan. 18

    Arc of Pennsylvania Discovery Training

    Online

    9 am
    Attendees who successfully complete our course will receive a Discovery certification. This is a nationally recognized professional certificate. Direct service providers of Advanced Supported Employment/Customized Employment are required to have this certification in PA.
    View Event
  • Jan. 18

    Technology Virtual Road Show Series

    Online

    1 pm
    Please join the ODP Technology Task Force for an upcoming Virtual Road Show series “Technology to Support Independence in PA!” People from all backgrounds will be sharing their personal stories and experiences with exploring how technology can support and improve everyday lives. Each session will include scheduled presentations and plenty of time for group conversation, questions, and feedback. Please bring your own experiences to share, so we can learn from each other!
    View Event
  • Jan. 19

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Jan. 19

    Families CCAN: Support Network Forum

    Online

    12 pm
    A community of practice for families with ongoing Personal Support Networks. Join us for this quarterly mid-day virtual meet-up for anyone supporting, directing, or participating in a Personal Support Network. This event is for graduates of the Personal Support Network Workshop.
    View Event
  • Jan. 21

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Jan. 26

    PEAL Center’s 21 and Able Project, Powered by United Way

    Online

    6 pm
    PEAL is offering these 21 and Able virtual sessions to help youth, parents, guardians and family members empower young adults with disabilities transition smoothly from the last day of high school to the first day of adult life by increasing education, employment, housing and independent living, and other opportunities.
    View Event
  • Feb. 2

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Feb. 4

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Feb. 9

    PEAL Center’s 21 and Able Project, Powered by United Way

    Online

    12 pm
    PEAL is offering these 21 and Able virtual sessions to help youth, parents, guardians and family members empower young adults with disabilities transition smoothly from the last day of high school to the first day of adult life by increasing education, employment, housing and independent living, and other opportunities.
    View Event
  • Feb. 11

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    10 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Feb. 16

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Feb. 16

    Technology Virtual Road Show Series

    Online

    1 pm
    Please join the ODP Technology Task Force for an upcoming Virtual Road Show series “Technology to Support Independence in PA!” People from all backgrounds will be sharing their personal stories and experiences with exploring how technology can support and improve everyday lives. Each session will include scheduled presentations and plenty of time for group conversation, questions, and feedback. Please bring your own experiences to share, so we can learn from each other!
    View Event
  • Feb. 18

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Feb. 22

    Charting the LifeCourse: Using Applying Principles and Using Tools to Support a Good Life

    Online

    11 am
    Charting the LifeCourse was created to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a vision for a good life, think about what they need to know and do, identify how to find or develop supports, and discover what it takes to live the lives they want to live. This training series is for all professional stakeholders.
    View Event
  • Feb. 22

    PEAL Center’s 21 and Able Project, Powered by United Way

    Online

    6 pm
    PEAL is offering these 21 and Able virtual sessions to help youth, parents, guardians and family members empower young adults with disabilities transition smoothly from the last day of high school to the first day of adult life by increasing education, employment, housing and independent living, and other opportunities.
    View Event
  • Feb. 28

    HCPBS Family Chats

    Online

    12 am
    Given the challenges families face in getting information and support with PBS (especially during this trying time), HCPBS is planning to host regular "family chats", focusing on topics such as resolving specific concerns or improving daily routines.  They will be in collaboration with Parenting Special Needs Magazine and will be offered online and live streamed.  This will offer families an opportunity to receive information from nationally recognized experts for free.
    View Event
  • Mar. 2

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Mar. 3

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    10 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Mar. 4

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Mar. 8

    PEAL Center’s 21 and Able Project, Powered by United Way

    Online

    12 pm
    PEAL is offering these 21 and Able virtual sessions to help youth, parents, guardians and family members empower young adults with disabilities transition smoothly from the last day of high school to the first day of adult life by increasing education, employment, housing and independent living, and other opportunities.
    View Event
  • Mar. 16

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Mar. 18

    PEEA Basketball

    City Athletics

    12 am
    Sessions at City Athletics and West Philadelphia High School. FREE basketball clinics for individuals living with autism/intellectual disabilities ages 6 and up. Join for a fun family activity. All in a safe, nurturing, and judgement-free environment. No experience is required. Volunteers are encouraged. You must register for each event. No same-day registration or walk ups.
    View Event
  • Mar. 23

    PEAL Center’s 21 and Able Project, Powered by United Way

    Online

    2 pm
    PEAL is offering these 21 and Able virtual sessions to help youth, parents, guardians and family members empower young adults with disabilities transition smoothly from the last day of high school to the first day of adult life by increasing education, employment, housing and independent living, and other opportunities.
    View Event
  • Apr. 6

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Apr. 20

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • May. 2

    HCPBS Family Chats

    Online

    12 am
    Given the challenges families face in getting information and support with PBS (especially during this trying time), HCPBS is planning to host regular "family chats", focusing on topics such as resolving specific concerns or improving daily routines.  They will be in collaboration with Parenting Special Needs Magazine and will be offered online and live streamed.  This will offer families an opportunity to receive information from nationally recognized experts for free.
    View Event
  • May. 3

    PEAL Center’s 21 and Able Project, Powered by United Way

    Online

    12 pm
    PEAL is offering these 21 and Able virtual sessions to help youth, parents, guardians and family members empower young adults with disabilities transition smoothly from the last day of high school to the first day of adult life by increasing education, employment, housing and independent living, and other opportunities.
    View Event
  • May. 4

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • May. 11

    Charting the LifeCourse: Using Applying Principles and Using Tools to Support a Good Life

    Online

    9 am
    Charting the LifeCourse was created to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a vision for a good life, think about what they need to know and do, identify how to find or develop supports, and discover what it takes to live the lives they want to live. This training series is for all professional stakeholders.
    View Event
  • May. 18

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Jun. 1

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event
  • Jun. 8

    Families CCAN: Support Network Forum

    Online

    12 pm
    A community of practice for families with ongoing Personal Support Networks. Join us for this quarterly mid-day virtual meet-up for anyone supporting, directing, or participating in a Personal Support Network. This event is for graduates of the Personal Support Network Workshop.
    View Event
  • Jun. 15

    ECHO AUTISM at CHOP: While You Wait

    Online

    10 am
    While You Wait is an evidence-based virtual community that allows families of children awaiting an autism evaluation or access to developmental services to learn from a multidisciplinary group of autism and developmental experts about what they can do while they wait for that next appointment.
    View Event

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