The Anchorage Teddy Bear event features a free picnic lunch along with activities and entertainment for everyone. The event is a celebration of inclusive play in Anchorage parks that presents a day filled with fun, imagination and the exploration of a world full of potential for kids and teddies of all abilities. Special guests and Learn More
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Learn how to prevent and respond to challenging behaviors in children with special needs. Using communication techniques & tools to implement positive strategies for you and your family.
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SDS will share information about the implementation of the new 1915 (c) Limited Supports Waiver. The purpose is to learn more about the possible changes and the steps individuals may take to be considered for the new waiver. You’ll have an opportunity to speak with STAR Navigators about applications and paperwork needed to apply for Learn More
A support group for Alaskan families who care for children with special needs. Share your ideas and stories in a neutral setting. Sign-up to connect in person or via teleconference.
Sensory-enhanced story-times are geared toward children ages 10 and under who have a hard time in large groups, are on the autism spectrum, or are have a sensory processing disorder. Loussac librarians will use preschool-level books, songs and movement during story-times. Registration is not required. The room will open up at 1:15 so you can check out Learn More
We are is excited to partner with a self-advocate for a very cool project called Unmasking Brain Injury. Unmasking Brain Injury began as a way for survivors to express themselves.They are given a blank cardboard mask and an array of art supplies to decorate it. Join others who experience a Traumatic Brain Injury in this Learn More