Category Archives: Central

Snowmobile Riding Event

Snowmobile Riding Event

On Saturday, February 7, our Central NY Support group participated in a Snowmobile Riding event hosted by the Town of Clay Recreation Department for children of all ages with disabilities. Several kids from our CNY group attended with their parents and had a wonderful time taking several rides each acrossthe snowmobile trails after which they were treated to pizza, cookies, hot chocolate and other treats. Thanks so much to the

Town of Clay for hosting this terrific event. See pictures of kids from our chapter who attended.

 

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CENTRAL NY: 6th Annual Snowmobile Ride for children with special needs

CENTRAL NY: 6th Annual Snowmobile Ride for children with special needs

The Town of Clay Recreation Department will be hosting the 6th Annual Snowmobile Ride for children with special needs ages 3 to 18.  This is a great opportunity for parents or organizations that provide for the needs of special needs children to allow them to ride with experienced riders.  The Central NY Support Group of TSA ofContinue Reading

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Understanding Diploma & Credential Options for Students with Disabilities

Understanding Diploma & Credential Options for Students with Disabilities

A workshop for Parents and Professionals sponsored by The Mid-State Special Education Parent Technical Assistance Center at Syracuse University and The Family Resource Network, Inc. Have you heard about the new Diploma and Credential options for students with disabilities? This training will provide families with important information to help them understand these options to becomeContinue Reading

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2014 State Conference

October 17-18 – State Conference – To be held this year in Buffalo. This is a 2-day conference. Friday will be designated as an educator’s day and Saturday as Parent’s and Adult’s Day. However, anyone can attend both days. We have some outstanding speakers this year. Click Here for Friday Flyer. Click Here for RegistrationContinue Reading

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