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
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.
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
Take a break from political theatrics and enjoy the story of Stone Soup with puppet theater, eat hearty soup and bread, and watch a one-act play. Friday, October 21, the Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship church is hosting an evening of story with puppets, soup and theater. The fundraiser will benefit the Stone Soup Group and Learn More
The Child Behind the Eyes, a monodrama by Nava Semel, portrays a mother and her son, Yotam who was born with Down syndrome. The night before his first day of school the mother remembers his birth and the first six years of his life. Directed by Anchorage-based Vivienne Melde the play is further enhanced by Learn More
Anchorage Park Foundation – A day of fun for the whole family! Celebrate two new inclusive playgrounds along the Fish Creek Trail (Barbara Street Park and Kiwanis Fish Creek Park) and the groundbreaking of the Fish Creek Trail resurfacing project (coming in Summer 2017).
Jordyn Cleveland was born deaf. In 2013 her and her family found out why. At the age of 13, Jordyn was diagnosed with Usher syndrome a genetic condition that worsens over time and will further affect her vision. In an effort to expand their support, Jordyn and her mother Mandy recently attended the Usher Syndrome Learn More
The money: There are many factors that make living in Barrow with special needs unlike anywhere else. Basically, living here and having to seek medical professional help = EXPENSIVE and very nerve racking. We have been very lucky with my sister and her getting the medical help she’s needed. But we have also been Learn More