My Child with Learning Disabilities: Understanding and Supporting Emotions Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 6–8 pm | Erie Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to identify emotions experienced by children with learning disabilities, apply strategies to support the emotional well-being of children with learning disabilities, and practice stress management techniques in the home. […]
Heritage Centers is looking for an organized and dependable Custodian skilled at general cleaning and light maintenance of commercial office space. Position also entails training and supervising a crew of individuals with developmental disabilities in various cleaning tasks. Must have experience in floor care and possess basic mechanical skills. Prior supervisory experience preferred. Valid New […]
For more than 112 years, Sertoma — Service to Mankind – has been helping individuals with hearing difficulties. It was founded on April 11, 1912 by two doctors and a newspaper publisher, William R. Rowe, who enticed Kansas community leaders to get involved in this great endeavor. Now entering the second century, Sertoma community leaders […]
BOSTON — The Boston town board saw its highest attendance for its regular meeting in three years when it convened on Wednesday, March 18. The majority of residents in attendance were present for an item that was not even on the meeting agenda and several of those residents made their voices heard. The board, represented […]
Hundreds of riders, from war veterans to children with special needs, are all booked to ride at Lothlorien Therapeutic Riding Center in East Aurora for the season. There’s just one big problem. All the snow that fell in East Aurora this past winter has taken a toll on the riding center’s indoor barn and riding […]
Pints, Pierogis and Placek Fundraiser — Fundraiser for The Autism Center at Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Buffalo, presented by the Lewiston/Niagara-On-the-Lake Rotary Club, 5-9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at Gadwaski’s Restaurant, 145 Falls St., Niagara Falls; $. 870-1307, firstname.lastname@example.org via Special Events | http://www.clarencebee.com | Clarence Bee.
One of Western New York’s largest nonprofit agencies is changing its name to better reflect expanded programming. The Summit Center is the new name for Summit Educational Resources, a decision made to help convey the agency’s programs go beyond just education. With four main divisions, the agency offers 30 programs ranging from autism eligibility and […]