TOPSoccer provides children with special needs an environment filled with meaningful learning, developmental and physical participation opportunities through the game of soccer. See flyer for more details registration begins March 1, 2018.
ProHealth will be offering a free 6 week workshop here at the YMCA at Pabst Farms on Thursdays from March 8 – April 12 from 6-8 PM each evening for parents of individuals with special needs on how to care for yourself as a caregiver so you are better able to help your child. See flyer for details.
Here is the 2018 ARCh Camp Pow Wow Packet! Since 1959, Camp Pow Wow has been providing outdoor recreational opportunities for adults and children with disabilities. As one of the first camps in the area for people with disabilities, Camp Pow Wow remains
Some strategies on how to help your daughter with their friendships! This article ties into our May 19th workshop, The 5 S's of Self Esteem. Our workshop will focus on developing your daughters self esteem and self development through discussion and han
Check out the CESA #1 - WSPEI Family Engagement Newsletter that contains information on upcoming events and a resource for families and staff who support students with disabilities.
Night to Shine provides an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God's love, for people 14 years and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Night to Shine is presented by Bethesda Lutheran Communities on February 9th, 2018!
"With the passage of this proposal, Wisconsin will lead the nation in promoting policies that assist people with disabilities in finding employment in the community."
Rogers Behavioral Health is currently recruiting individuals for an OCD clinical study in our Brown Deer and Oconomowoc, Wisconsin locations. Individuals (ages 18-65) with OCD symptoms will participate in testing a computer-based treatment program.
On January 30th from 5:30-8:00pm, Elmbrook will be holding the bi-annual Special Education Resource Fair. It will take place at Brookfield East High School in the cafeteria.
It will be an informal evening, with families, staff and community members welcome to come and learn about employment, day services, education and advocacy agencies supporting individuals with disabilities in our communities.
There will also be two presentations-
6:15pm- Life Navigators presenting on Guardianships and Trusts
7:15pm- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation presenting on employment supports and accessing services through their agency