Training for families caring for or interested in caring for a child with complex medical concerns. Sessions include how to navigate the CCMC waiver process, communicating with your child’s nutrition team, and how to tell when your child isn’t tolerating their diet; how to prepare for your child coming home, and an open conversation with Learn More
Training for Families Caring for Medically Fragile Infants Coming Home from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Caring for a medically fragile little one can be scary. Providence NICU staff, Stone Soup Group and the Alaska Center for Resource Families are here to help. NICU staff will discuss feeding and digestion concerns, respiratory issues, discharge 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
PARENTS AND STUDENTS IN TRANSITION: Moving Into Adulthood! Ak Chapter Down Syndrome Congress in conjunction with Special Olympics Alaska and with help from Stone Soup Group is sponsoring a series of lectures on what you need to know as you and your student with intellectual disabilities prepare the way into adulthood. THURSDAY September 21st, 2017 Learn More
A Shared Vision for the DD System Parents, Family Members and Professionals: Join us for lunch with Lizette Stiehr from Alaska Association on Developmental Disabilities (AADD). Learn an overview of the work the DD Systems Collaborative has completed to guide services, decision-making, and training in our state. Join in-person or webinar Registration required!