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Lifeline Partnership Movie Afternoon

Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Come enjoy an afternoon watching a movie and having popcorn, hot chocolate, and a small, healthy snack. The movies we will pick from are all appropriate for Black History Month. Please let us know you are coming so we have enough food and drinks. To RSVP, contact Pastor Susanne Blume at (202) 628-4819 or Lifeline@FirstTrinityDC.org.

Note: This event will be held at First Trinity Lutheran Church (501 4th St., NW). First Trinity is one half-block from the Judiciary Square Metro. The parking lot at the corner of 4th and E may be used for Lifeline events.

AMC Sensory Friendly Films: Upcoming Screenings

Saturday, February 23 - Tuesday, February 26, 2019

The program provides a special opportunity for families to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment. The auditoriums dedicated to the program have their lights up, the sound turned down and audience members are invited to get up and dance, walk, shout, or sing! Please check your local theatre listings for specific show times. Click here for more information.

Upcoming Screenings:

AMC Sensory Friendly Films: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
AMC Theatres Nationwide
Saturday, February 23rd

AMC Sensory Friendly Films: Fighting With My Family
AMC Theatres Nationwide
Tuesday, February 26th

Ivymount Special Needs Resource Fair

Sunday, February 24, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Ivymount's Seventh Annual Resource Fair will host over 50 exhibitors whose organizations provide a variety of services to children and young adults with special needs and their families in the DC metropolitan area.

*This event is open to the public.

Place: The Ivymount School - 11614 Seven Locks Rd., Rockville, MD

Click here to register as an attendee or as an exhibitor.

The Kennedy Center Sensory-Friendly Performances: NSO Family Concert: Let's Go to the Moon

Sunday, February 24, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

As the 50th anniversary of the moon landing draws near, join the NSO for a fun-filled concert of interstellar proportions! Tap into your imagination and be transported from the Concert Hall to outer space with music from Star Trek and a new NSO Commission from Oscar®-winning composer Michael Giacchino (Star Trek trilogy, Star Wars: Rogue One, numerous Pixar films), Also sprach Zarathustra (the theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey), and more.

Note: Sensory-friendly performances are designed to create a performing arts experience that is welcoming to all families with children with autism or with other disabilities that create sensory sensitivities. Click here for more information.

Place:The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall - 2700 F St., NW

Cost: $15 - $18

Click here to learn more and to purchase tickets.

Call for Applications: Autism Campus Inclusion 2019

Sunday, February 24, 2019

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) is now accepting applications for the 2019 Autism Campus Inclusion (ACI) Summer Leadership Academy! The ACI Summer Leadership Academy helps autistic students learn to make their college campuses better for people with disabilities. ACI participants learn about making student groups, understanding disability policy, and talking to people in power. After the Academy, students get help from ASAN to meet their advocacy goals at their college. ACI participants will travel to Washington D.C. from June 15th to June 22nd, 2019. ASAN pays for travel and rooms for all ACI students.

To apply for Autism Campus Inclusion (ACI), you must:

  • Be on the autism spectrum, or have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (an Autistic Disorder, Asperger's Syndrome, PDD-NOS, or another Autism Spectrum Disorder). You do not have to have an official autism diagnosis to apply.
  • Be a student at a college or university with at least one year left before you graduate. Students in TPSID programs (Transition and Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities), 2-year community colleges, 4-year colleges, and graduate school are eligible to apply.
  • Live in the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada (Please note: the policy sections of our program will focus on the United States).

ASAN especially encourage students of color, LGBT students, low-income students, students with intellectual disabilities, AAC users, and students from other marginalized communities to apply.

Scholarship applications can be found HERE. To apply, please send a completed application by Sunday, February 24th, 2019 to Haley Outlaw at houtlaw@autisticadvocacy.org.

If you need assistance or accommodations at any stage, or have questions about ACI, please contact Haley Outlaw at houtlaw@autisticadvocacy.org.

Call for Public Comments: DCPL Facilities Master Plan

Tuesday, February 26 - Thursday, March 7, 2019

The DC Public Library is developing a Library Facilities Master Plan to guide future library services across the District. Community input is critical to ensure that planning matches residents’ needs. Help shape the future of Library services in D.C. Join your friends and neighbors for a meeting about the Library Facilities Master Plan, which will help guide the next 10 years of planning across the city.

  • Learn about the Plan's objectives and goals.
  • Review current Library usage and facility condition data.
  • Share your thoughts on current and future Library needs in D.C.

Please join us at one of our four community meetings:

Tuesday, February 26, 2019, at 7:00 PM
Tenley Neighborhood Library, 4450 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

Saturday, March 2, 2019, at 11:00 AM
Woodridge Neighborhood Library, 1801 Hamlin Street, NE

Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at 7:00 PM
Anacostia Neighborhood Library, 1800 Good Hope Road, SE

Thursday, March 7, 2019, at 7:00 PM
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 401 I Street, SW

Let us know if you need ASL interpreters or other accommodation. The DCPL accommodation statement is available HERE.

Can’t make it to a meeting? Share your thoughts at community.feedback@dc.gov.

Click here to learn more about the project .

AJE Lauches Online Calendar

Tuesday, February 26 -

We are really excited to share that we are moving to an online calendar!

The first events are already posted on our home page. Take a look here to see what's coming up next. Just click on the events tab at the top of the page. We also will be adding community and partner events to the online calendar to help keep you informed.

We are also excited to share that we now have 4 standing monthly trainings here at our office designed to increase parent's knowledge about their rights and navigating both the education and health systems. You can RSVP to those trainings, and our other trainings, here. The trainings we are offering on a standing basis are:

Effective Advocacy for Parents -This workshop provides participates with information on defining advocacy, how to improve advocacy skills, and how parent advocacy can lead to better educational outcomes and even systemic changes. AJE will offer this session on Effective Advocacy for Parents every odd-numbered month (January, March, May, July, September, November) on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

IEP Workshop Series: Understanding the different parts of an IEP- Participants will receive a brief overview of the Special Education Process and will review the different parts of the IEP and their role in their child's education. Other sessions will go into more detail about different parts of the IEP document and process. This IEP Workshop Series will be held every 4th Tuesday of the month from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm, with a different focus every month. This workshop has a section that is designed to simulate real-life IEP meetings and families can bring their students' IEP to the workshop, however, we cannot provide individual assistance and consultations at the workshops.

Special Education Process - This training is designed to give parents an overview of federal and local special education laws. AJE will offer this session on the Special Education Process every even-numbered month (February, April, June, August, October, December) on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 3:30 to 5:00 pm.

Supporting Children with Special Health Care Needs - This training is part of a monthly series of trainings for parents of children with special health care needs. Parents will gain the skills they need to access education and health supports for their children. AJE will offer this series on the last Wednesday of the month from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

Of course, we are still able to come to your school or community group to do trainings, so please continue to request those too! To request a training please send an email to information@aje-dc.org with the subject line - Training Request.

Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School and Capital Area Food Bank Present: Mobile Food Market

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 2:00 PM to

Join us for our Mobile Food Market! Bring a reusable grocery bag and walk away with fresh, seasonal food at no cost!

The mobile market is open to the public.

Food will be distributed on a first come, first served basis until all food has been distributed.

A line will not be allowed to form before 1:30 pm.

Place: 2315 18th Pl., NE

Questions? Please contact Krystal@aohdc.org or 202-269-6623 ext. 123.

Edlavitch DCJCC: Upcoming Events

Thursday, February 28 - Monday, June 24, 2019

Click HERE to see a short list of upcoming events at the Edlavitch Jewish Community Center of Washington, DC. The Edlavitch DCJCC embraces inclusion in all its programs and activities. We welcome and encourage the participation of all people, regardless of their background, sexual orientation, abilities, or religion, including interfaith couples and families.

Renovation update: Click HERE to see what is ahead at the Edlavitch DCJCC.

Call for Participants: DDOT Adaptive Bikeshare Pilot Survey

Friday, March 1, 2019

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is exploring the possibility of offering adaptive bicycles/tricycles as part of an Adaptive Bikeshare Pilot.

This program would likely function as a bike/trike library, where the user would pick-up and return their adaptive bike/trike at a specific location such as a recreation center.

Staff would be available to assist the user in adjusting the bike/trike and to provide basic instruction on its use.

Currently, DDOT is collecting data on potential users’ needs to inform future planning, equipment purchases, and staff needs.

DDOT wants to hear from you. Please take the brief survey (link below). The survey will help to better understand interest, determine the type of bicycles, and identify potential rental locations. The survey includes eight questions and should take about 10 minutes to complete.

Please click here to learn more and to take the survey.

Chuck E. Cheese's Sensory Sensitive Sundays

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Chuck E. Cheese's offers a sensory-friendly experience, two hours early, on the first Sunday of every month. The Sensory Sensitive Sundays experience includes: less crowding and noise, dimmed lighting, show and music turned off or down, limited appearances by Chuck E., and food and games are offered for a fee. Click here for more information and for a list of participating locations.

AJE UPDATE: Student Fair Access to School Amendment Act of 2018 (SFASA)

Monday, March 4 -

Last spring, DC City Council passed the Student Fair Access to School Amendment Act of 2018 (SFASA). Several parts of the SFASA went into effect on August 25, 2018, while other parts will go into effect later in school years 2019 and 2020.

Important parts of the law now in effect include:

  • Students in grades kindergarten to 5 cannot receive an out-of-school suspension for longer than five (5) consecutive school days for a single incident.
  • Students in grades 6 to 12 cannot receive an out-of-school suspension for longer than ten (10) consecutive school days for a single incident.
  • Students regardless of grade cannot receive more than twenty (20) cumulative school days of out-of-school suspension during a school year unless the head of the school provides written justification to the student and parent describing why exceeding 20 days is more appropriate than alternative responses.

All students are entitled to a hearing before they are excluded from school for 6 days or more unless there is an emergency that justifies removing the student prior to a hearing. Also, if a student who has an individualized education program (IEP) or a 504 plan is going to be suspended for more than 10 school days, SFASA makes it clear that schools must consider all of the student's disabilities when considering if the student's conduct is a result of the student's disability. This is called a Manifestation Determination Review (or an MDR).

To learn more about Manifestation Determination Reviews, SFASA, and your other rights, check out our know your rights handouts HERE.

Operation Autism: Resources for Military Families

Monday, March 4 -

The Organization for Autism Research (OAR) launched its redesigned website dedicated to supporting military families affected by autism, www.operationautism.org. The website provides up-to-date information on:

  • Facts and characteristics of autism spectrum disorder
  • Autism interventions and treatments
  • Military healthcare coverage
  • Strategies to ease transitions and PCS moves
  • How to establish and maintain a record management system
  • Additional resources relevant to autism and military families

Operation Autism was originally launched in 2009 and was subsequently followed by its companion guidebook, Life Journey Through Autism: A Guide for Military Families, in 2010. The updated guidebook is available online at www.operationautism.org for pre-order and will be released in March.

Call for Applications: Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders' Flexibility and Friendship Group

Tuesday, March 5 - Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 3:15 PM to 4:15 PM

The Flexibility and Friendship Group targets social skills and flexibility in young children with ASD through a play-based and story-based curriculum. Children learn how to play games and pretend together, as well as how to change their play plans when needed. Children also learn coping skills, sharing and taking turns, and early conversation skills. Parents participate in their own group that provides coaching in how to support kids in using their new skills at home, as well as parenting strategies and other topics of interest to parents of young children with ASD, such as picky eating, planning play dates, and school supports.

Who this group is best for: Children with ASD who can answer direct questions about things that happened to them at another time
Age range: 4-5
Start date: March/April 2019
Time & Location: Tuesdays, 3:15-4:15pm, 15245 Shady Grove Road, Suite 350, Rockville, MD 20850
For more information: Please contact aratto@childrensnational.org with the subject line: "Flexibility and Friendship Group"

Click here to learn more about CASD's Executive Function and Social Skills Groups.

2019 DFKDC Basketball with the Capital City Go-Gos

Thursday, March 7, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Dreams For Kids DC will be bringing together 50 youth with physical and developmental disabilities, their families, and volunteers for a fun day of basketball!

Participants: The clinic is open to children from 4-24 with disabilities (every child will be able to participate in specialized drills). No previous basketball or cheer experience is required. Instructors, coaches and equipment will be provided for all participants. You simply need to show up. DFKDC and our volunteers will take care of the rest. Parents must be present with participants. If you cannot be present, please assign a guardian to attend the clinic with your child.

Volunteers: Must be at least 15 years of age or older. We are looking for both skilled volunteers and general volunteers who do not need any prior experience. Volunteers are needed to pair up with participants and provide them with a memorable experience with a new friend! NEW VOLUNTEERS MUST CONTACT GLENDA AT GFU@Dreamsforkids.org before registering.

Note: By registering as a participant or volunteer, you are agreeing to our waiver (which you will read during registration).

Organizations: Want to get your organization or company involved? Contact Glenda Fu Smith at GFU@Dreamsforkids.org.

Place: Entertainment & Sports Arena - 1100 Oak Dr., SE

Click here to learn more and to register.

OSSE Training: Developing High-Quality Transition Plans for Middle School Learners

Thursday, March 7, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

This introductory training will prepare special education teachers and leaders serving middle school students to develop high-quality, age-appropriate transition plans.

Participants will:

  • Understand the legal requirements and evidence-based practices for developing transition plans for middle school students
  • Demonstrate the ability to write age-appropriate, individualized postsecondary goals for middle school students
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop annual transition goals that are aligned with postsecondary goals
  • Identify age-appropriate transition services that align with postsecondary goals
  • Understand how to design a multi-year course of study that is appropriate for middle school students and aligns with postsecondary goals

Note: This training was developed for special education teachers and leaders serving students in grades 6 through 9. Space is limited and registration is required.

Place: OSSE - 1050 First St. NE, Rm. 523

Click here to register.

Questions? Please contact Jennifer Carpenter at Jennifer.Carpenter@dc.gov.

19th Annual GWU Rehabilitation Counseling Symposium

Friday, March 8, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

More information will be provided as the date approaches.

Place: The George Washington University Marvin Center - 800 21st St. NW, 413-414

Please direct any questions to Ariel Lewis at arielps@email.gwu.edu.

Supporting Families Community of Practice Meeting

Friday, March 8, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Join us as we discuss how to provide decision-making support to family and community members with an intellectual or developmental disability.

At our upcoming meeting, we will:

  • Learn about supported decision-making and the role of a supporter
  • Practice identifying a supporter
  • Role-play supporting others to make decisions
  • And more!

Note: You are welcome to attend part or all of the day.

RSVP: Please RSVP by March 1st to Emily Price at emily.price@dc.gov or (202) 730-1687.

Where: Department on Disability Services at 250 E Street, SW Washington, DC 20024

Travel Options:

Metro: Federal Center SW (blue/silver/orange); Bus: P6; Parking: on street (limited) or $16/day parking garage

Accessibility and Remote Participation: The space and bathrooms at DDS are wheelchair accessible. To request additional accommodations, including language access, remote participation, or specific dietary requests, please contact Emily Price at emily.price@dc.gov or (202) 730-1687.

Note: We will provide lunch. For people who are forfeiting wages, not working full time, or will have childcare or transportation costs that would be financially burdensome, we are happy to provide a stipend.

More information: The DC Supporting Families Community of Practice (SF CoP) is a group of diverse stakeholders who are working together to create policies, practices and systems that support families that include a member with an intellectual or developmental disability across the life span. We come together to learn, share information, and support each other.

Core Team Members of the DC SF CoP are Advocates for Justice and Education, DC Department on Disability Services, DC Developmental Disabilities Council, Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development – University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Project ACTION!, and Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities.

Call for Applications: Grown in DC (Healthy Foods Retail Program) Grants

Friday, March 15, 2019

The Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD) will host multiple information sessions regarding the Grown in DC (Healthy Foods Retail Program) Grants opening January 31 and closing March 15, 2019.

To read about this grant opportunity, or to sign up to apply, please go to the current solicitations page on the DSLBD website on or after January 31, and download the Request for Application that includes all instructions. DSLBD will continue to update the Request for Applications with key information about this grant opportunity, so please check back often.

All questions regarding this grant opportunity should be asked during an official information session hosted by DSLBD, or sent in writing to Virginia-Marie.Roure@dc.gov or Katherine.Mereand-Sinha@dc.gov.

Questions? Feel free to reach out to Virgina-Marie.Roure@dc.gov, Kate.Mereand@dc.gov or call the DSLBD front desk at 202-727-3900. You can also find us on Instagram at @thisismadeindc!

Call for Applications: BroadFutures 2019 Summer Program

Friday, March 15, 2019

BroadFutures is revolutionizing the way young people with learning disabilities enter the workforce through a holistic training, mentoring and paid internship program.

BroadFutures serves young people:

  • Between the ages of 18 and 26
  • Who have diagnosed learning disabilities
  • Who have a high school diploma and are in transition either to college or community college, taking a break from their educational pursuits, or focusing on workforce development skills.

Program: 2 weeks of training and 7-11 weeks of paid internships

Application deadline: March 15, 2019 for Summer 2019 Program

BroadFutures has a strong commitment to Financial Aid. SCHOLARSHIPS are AVAILABLE.

Click here to learn more and to apply.

Questions? Please contact Carolyn K. Jeppsen at cjeppsen@broadfutures.org or (202) 521-4304.

MCDD UB Legal Planning Seminar for Young Adults with Disabilities

Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Please join us for a FREE seminar given by the University of Baltimore (UB) School of Law faculty and students. The seminar will address topics including advance directives, advance directives for mental health, statutory powers of attorney, wills, and special needs trusts.

Following the seminar, UB law students will work under the supervision of pro bono attorneys to execute advance directives, advance directives for mental health, and statutory powers of attorney for University of Baltimore young adult students and Kennedy Krieger Institute young adult patients, students, and their families.

There will also be a resource table with brochures and information.

Place: Kennedy Krieger High School
3825 Greenspring Avenue
Bowles Board Room, 4th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21121

Note: Parking is accessible and free. Advance registration and requests for accommodations are required. Space is limited.

To register, request accommodations or for more information: Contact Tylea Powell at 443-923-9555 or PowellT@KennedyKrieger.org.

An initiative of the Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities and the University of Baltimore School of Law

Registration Now Open: 10th Annual Voices of Change Conference

Friday, March 29, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Join the DC Youth Leadership Network as we work collaboratively to equip transition age youth with disabilities with the knowledge and skills to lead self-determined lives through opportunities to LEARN, LEAD, and ACT.

The focus of the 10th Annual Voices of Change Conference is careers in the arts, event planning, and youth leadership!

Registration is now open for schools, families, exhibitors, and volunteers.


Questions? Please contact Sarah Grime at sarah.grime@schooltalkdc.org or (202) 487-1976.

The Voices of Change Conference is a community-sponsored event and is jointly funded by:
District of Columbia Department on Disability Services & the District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Division of Teaching & Learning

Call for Applications: The ERIC Fund

Friday, March 29, 2019

The ERIC Fund (formally known as The Eric C. Savader Memorial Disabilities Fund) was founded in 1998 in memory of Eric Savader, a disability rights proponent who worked with leading national disability and political organizations in Washington, DC. Eric believed strongly that individuals with disabilities, regardless of the severity of their disability, could and should lead independent lives in the community. The ERIC Fund was founded to help provide assistive technology, devices and equipment for individuals with disabilities to help them live, work, go to school and participate actively in community life.

2019 marks the 21st year that The Eric Fund will offer awards. These grants will assist persons with disabilities living in the Washington, DC area who demonstrate a need for assistive technology or equipment in purchasing such devices or equipment to help them lead independent, inclusive lives. To date, the organization has funded more than $200,000 in grants. Click here to apply and for more information.

Sibs 2019: Connecting. Listening. Learning.

Friday, March 29, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM

Back by popular demand, the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council has partnered with the District of Columbia Developmental Disabilities Council to host Sibs 2019 to help siblings of all ages and supporters of sibling issues to connect, listen and learn from each other.

Hear welcome remarks from Maryland State Senator Jeff Waldstreicher (who is a sibling himself) and meet the siblings (Emma, Amanda, Steve & Walter) who are featured in three documentaries that are screening at the 2019 South by Southwest Film Festival: Intelligent Lives,The R Word and the Academy Award-nominated Life, Animated.

Participate in interactive workshops and discussions for siblings and supporters and attend sessions on multicultural challenges, mental health, dating and relationships, parent perspectives, and special sessions just for young adults, teens, fathers & sons and siblings ages 6 to 13.

Click here to register today!

Call for Nominations: 2019 Better Hearing and Speech Month Recognition Award

Friday, April 5, 2019

Hamilton Relay enjoys the opportunity to give back to the communities we serve each year during Better Hearing and Speech Month in May by recognizing leaders within each of the states where we are the contracted relay and/or captioned telephone service provider.

We are looking for individuals who are hard of hearing, late-deafened or have difficulty speaking, and who demonstrate strong leadership, volunteerism and involvement within his/her community. Award recipients will be honored during the month of May and will be featured on the Hamilton Relay corporate website and under the Awards tab of the Hamilton Relay Facebook page.

To nominate someone in your state, download and complete our brief questionnaire telling us about your nominee’s accomplishments. Nominations are due by April 5, 2019 and may be submitted to your State’s Outreach Coordinator or directly to Hamilton Relay’s corporate office by email to info@hamiltonrelay.com, by fax to (402) 694-5110, or by mail to: Hamilton Relay, 1006 12th Street, Aurora, NE 68818.

Click here to nominate someone you know today!

American University Symposium on Disability, Access, and Teaching

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

“Disability, Access, and Teaching: A One-Day Symposium” will bring together American University's campus and local communities to better understand and foster accessible, inclusive learning environments. While a number of faculty members at American University focus their research on disability, and student and faculty resource centers engage with questions of disability, it is rare for students, staff, faculty, and administrators to come together for a sustained conversation about accessible pedagogy and disability theory. We aim to facilitate precisely that conversation.

We offer this symposium with the hope of creating a community for students, faculty, staff, and administration around a shared sense of identity so that people with disabilities will feel a stronger sense of belonging at AU. We also want to foster a greater awareness for the work already being done at AU and provide space to let people build relationships and networks. The symposium is free and actively invites all AU members, DC community members and disability studies faculty and graduate students at nearby universities.

Place: American University - 4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW

Click here to learn more.

Tickets on Sale Now: Into the Woods Sensory-Friendly Performance

Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 2:00 PM to

In Stephen Sondheim’s imaginative, darkly comical remix of beloved fairy tales, a baker and his wife set out to reverse a witch's curse in hopes of having a child of their own. The couple’s quest takes them into the woods, where they encounter Little Red Ridinghood, Jack and his beanstalk, a cautious Cinderella, a sequestered Rapunzel and a couple of lovelorn princes. Sondheim's lush Tony-winning score and James Lapine's Tony-winning book conjure a world where "giants can be good and witches can be right."

This performance is designed to welcome anyone who might benefit from an adjusted theatre environment—including those on the autism spectrum or others with sensory sensitivities. This performance will feature adjustments to lighting and sound effects, a relaxed theatre environment that allows for movement, designated break spaces, and pre-visit materials.

Place: Ford's Theatre - 511 10th St., NW

Cost: $25-$30

Tickets and information: (202) 347-4833, option 7

Sign Up Now: STEMSkills Summer Transition Program

Monday, June 24 - Friday, August 16, 2019

STEMSkills offers a community camp for young people with autism, ADHD, and LD. Each two-week program includes the following activities and skills training:

  • Visits to innovative companies
  • Career and financial coaching
  • Focus on health and fitness
  • Public transportation experience
  • Explore job opportunities in STEM
  • Organizational and relationship development

STEMSkills 2019 Summer Camp Dates: June 24 - July 5; July 8 - 19; August 5-16
Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Price: $995 per student (Grant and scholarship opportunities are available.)
Note: Students supply their own lunch. Space is limited.
Click here to learn more and to sign up.
Questions? Contact Eric Duer at eduer@stemskills.org or (202) 744-2452.

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