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
Stone Soup Group Board Member, Matt Findley, explains how his son reached the lifetime cap imposed by his employer-based healthcare plan in less than two years. Hear one way Alaskans like his son who are living with a disability would be impacted by potential changes to healthcare. Thank you Matt for sharing your story!
Between the CBO report and political tensions in DC, there is a lot of information to sort through regarding the Senate’s health care bill known as “The Better Care Reconciliation Act”. One thing is certain, these changes will affect Alaskans, and these changes will affect families caring for children with special needs. The Governor’s Council on Learn More
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You Can Be a Hero for Hope! Make your mask and cape and join Hope Community Resource! The Walk & Roll for Hope is Alaska’s oldest walk (48 years)! With support from many Alaskans just like you, Hope can continue to offer support to Alaskans who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities. So come out to fund-raise and help Learn More
Bring your gently used teddy bears (new furry friends accepted too!) during the whole month of May to the collection point: Stone Sup Group 307 E. Northern Lights Blvd. Suite 100 Anchorage, AK 99503 Monday – Friday | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Teddy bears will be given to children/families at the Anchorage Teddy Bear Learn More
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