FBX Fairbanks Behavior is happy to announce that Dr. Dewayne Lazenby, a pediatrician from JBER in Anchorage, will be visiting the support group to talk to families about autism. This support group is open to all families and professionals impacted by autism in their lives. Please RSVP to 378-3434 or reply to this email for dinner! Come for Learn More
Santa is coming early to Stone Soup Group! We invite families of children with special needs to come and enjoy the holiday spirit in a low-stress environment. Unlike the mall experience with Santa where you have to wait in a long line, all you need to do is register your family and show up 10 min. before your Learn More
The Trust is partnering with the Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education, Alaska Association on Developmental Disabilities, and Senior and Disabilities Services to develop a shared vision to guide systems reform. This webinar is for families and communities on December 9, from 12- 1:30pm or one of our self-advocacy forums on December 7 from Learn More
Join FBX Fairbanks Behavior and see a robot that a family is working on for a state competition in December! This support group is open to all families and professionals impacted by autism in their lives. Please RSVP to 378-3434 or reply to this email for dinner! Come for the food, stay for the support!! Sponsored Learn More
Wondering what FBAs or BIPs are?! Become familiar with special education lingo and explore tools to communicate with your child’s special education team. Learn about: The process What data is collected How plans are implemented Attend in-person or via webinar.
A support group for Alaskan families who care for children with special needs. Share your ideas and stories in a neutral setting.
The Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education 2016 Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey The Alaska Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education (GCDSE) would like your ideas about how well the Council is doing its job. Results from this annual survey let us know how we are doing right now. We need your feedback so that Learn More
The Key Campaign will be held on March 2nd and 3rd, 2017. If you know anyone who has never been or just been once as a self-advocate, parent, or provider, please have them complete the attached 2017 Key Campaign Airfare Scholarship Application from the Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education. The deadline for submitting Learn More
Stone Soup Group will be co-presenting at Fairbanks Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP).With a military perspective in mind, learn about navigating school and healthcare issues with your child. Day 1: Learn about writing IEP/IFSP goals 504 Accommodations and modifications Transition planning outside of school Advocating for your child Day 2: Heathcare options Elegibility for Learn More
Special guest presentation in person or via Zoom.