Key Coalition of Alaska is a non-profit, statewide advocacy organization of people with disabilities and their families, friends and other supporters. Since its inception in 1988, the goal of the Key Coalition has been to advocate community based services for people with disabilities and for families of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The Key Campaign’s Learn More
Sign up to participate! MAP participants will: Learn to share their story among peers Gain knowledge of resources Explore leadership opportunities in our community Practice effective communication and listening skills Learn how to be an effective Map volunteer for other families
Join us for a series of basic, introductory ASL classes intended for parents/caregivers of children with hearing loss or alternative communication needs. The content in June is repeated in July. Children are welcome, but parents are responsible for them during class. JULY—Basic ASL Series July 10th, 12th, 24th, 26th 5:30 – 7pm Registration is required.
Engaging in the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) process can be overwhelming. Learn ways to positively enhance communication with the school team and learn new ways to support your child’s education. Attend in-person or via webinar.
FASD 101 provides an understanding of the many ways in which prenatal alcohol exposure impacts individuals, families, service providers and communities. In addition, we review basic strategies for supporting individuals and families affected. $10 per person
PROFESSIONAL FASD AND L.I.F.E. (Living in FASD Education) IMMERSION WORKSHOP For Professionals and Other Community Members Presented by the Canadian Whitecrow Village Community All food and accommodations provided Professional UAA Credits Avaliable PUT THEORY INTO PRACTICE!! For professionals this hands on experience will be pivotal to your understanding of how to work with people with an FASD Learn More
FASD FAMILY CAMP L.I.F.E. SESSION (Living in FASD Education) For Families, Extended Families, and Friends Presented by the Canadian Whitecrow Village Community (scholarship available for family members. All food and accommodations provided) The L.I.F.E. sessions offer families and other participants a unique opportunity to learn, work, and play together as a community, and to gain Learn More
PROFESSIONAL FASD INTENSIVE WORKSHOP For Professionals and Other Community Members Presented by Ken Kissinger, an adult with an FASD and Kee Warner, developer of the Whitecrow Village Model, adoptive mother of individuals with an FASD, and recognized expert in the field, with 20+ years of experience $500 per person for the week lunch provided Professional Learn More