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Young Athletes is a unique sport and play program for children ages two to seven with and without intellectual disabilities. Our focus is on fun activities that are important to mental and...
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The Arc of Virginia has created a flyer, "New Way to Pre-Register for the Free COVID 19 Vaccine in Virginia."
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This webinar, designed to introduce participants to a series of webshops offered through TTAC Online, explores ways to adapt books and create rich thematic units incorporating literacy and learning....
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The National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health (NTTAC) works to ensure all young people and families get the support they need to thrive. NTTAC is a...
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Virginia Commonwealth University-Autism Center for Excellence, VCU-ACE, is continuing to provide resources for families. VCU- ACE provides an opportunity for parents to join us for Lunch and Learn. An...
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Parent Resource Centers (PRCs) exist in nearly forty school divisions in the Commonwealth of Virginia. PRCs work to foster collaborative connections between families of students with disabilities and...