Instructions for Conducting Legislative Visits
We’d love to hear how your meetings went. If you can, email firstname.lastname@example.org with an update and additional details about your legislative sit-down.
FREE TAX PREP!
It’s that dreaded time of the year again…but it doesn’t have to be! You can call 211 or 908-237-1689 and ask for an appointment to meet with United Way’s IRS-certified volunteers. This is a great, free tax preparation service!
Volunteers Needed for Research Study on The Experience of Single Parents of Adults with Autism
WHO: Participant Criteria:
1. Parent of a child on the spectrum
2. Child is 21-years-old or above
3. Parent lives in the home with no other adult (friend, romantic partner, family member, etc.)
4. Child was diagnosed with ASD, autism disorder, Asperger’s, or PDD-NOS by a licensed professional
5. Available for a single interview lasting approximately 1 hour.
6. Participants will not be excluded based on race, gender, socioeconomic status, or ethnic origin.
WHERE: If possible, researcher will meet you at the location of your choice.
BENEFIT: To help deepen the understanding of the experience of single parents of adult children with ASD.
COMPENSATION: Entry into raffle for a 50-dollar American Express gift card.
CONTACT: Bryan Peightal, M.S. at email@example.com or 215-485-0423
Hello PCIL Friends! We are in the process of planning “Dish’n On Nutrition Part 2”.
The workshops that PCIL offered last year to our consumers were a huge success! This year we will be offering additional food workshops including more “hands on” meal planning and cooking.
We hope to start these new 12 week workshops this spring starting in April.
If you would be interested in attending the upcoming workshops, we would like to know the best available days and times for you. Please let us know by email or telephone. We can’t wait to get started!
Thank you for your quick response!
Rowan University’s Academic Success Center and Disability Resources announces it’s first ever College Prep
HS Transition Conference to be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017.
Contact them for more information!
Google Doodle payed homage on Monday to what would have been the 78th birthday of pioneering disability campaigner Ed Roberts — who fought throughout his lifetime for people with disabilities to have the right to fully participate in society — with artwork featuring the activist giving a lecture from his wheelchair.
Read more here:
COMPANION CARE NEEDED FOR YOUNG ADULTS.
– Must be 18+ Years of Age
– Must Have Own Transportation
– Flexible Work Hours
– Part Time- up to15 Hours a Week
– Great Way to Earn Extra Income
If you are looking for part time work and have an interest in providing companionship for individuals with developmental disabilities, please inquire! For more information, contact Danielle Lewis at The Progressive Center for Independent Living, 609-581-4500 ext. 114
PCIL would like to thank Jen and Barb at Little Friends Pet Grooming in Bordentown for hosting us during a Community Based Work Experience.