A panel of experienced Parent Navigators will discuss the importance of peer support. They will also share strategies to find peer support or start a support group in your community. Attend in-person in Anchorage or Sitka; or via webinar. SESA/ARRC is hosting a site at the Sitka Public Library and will be available to provide Learn More
A Day of Training for Resource Families and Agency Staff Alaska is home to 229 federally recognized tribes, so the Indian Child Welfare Act is an important part of our child protective services. Join us to get a good understanding of ICWA, how it is applied in Alaska and how it guides the work of Learn More
FOR PARENTS, PROVIDERS AND CHILDREN! Bring your kids – join Stone Soup Group as we explore the dynamics of bullying. In one room parents will discuss solutions that can help children with disabilities address this serious issue. Meanwhile, in the next room, children will have an opportunity to participate in other activities to learn about Learn More
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.
We know there are opportunities and benefits that come with obtaining a diploma or alternative diploma, yet some populations still struggle more than others. Learn about supporting graduation and options available after school. Join a discussion with parents and professionals to encourage education and explore best practices. Together we can increase graduation rates for individuals 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
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
TOPSoccer is a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities, organized by youth soccer association volunteers. Dates: May 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, & 25 (4 weeks) Days: Tuesday & Thursdays Times: 6:00-7:00pm Location: Lloyd Steele Park (2931 Leighton Street Anchorage, AK) Age: 4 years old – young adult Cost: $40 per player Learn More