September 2019 Community Events & Resources

September 27 – Finding Your Calm in the Storm

Finding your calm in the storm: recognizing, preventing, and healing secondary trauma in professionals working with young children and families. Click here to learn more about this day of education and self-care.

HRCA Therapeutic Rec Activities

Making plans for the fall? Check out Special Olympics Bowling and all the Fall TR programs in the September-December Activity Guide.

Kids Wonder YANA Events

Every Thursday, parents gather for Parent Talk Time. Non-profit YANA (You Are Not Alone – MOM2MOM) provides support and resources for parents. This event gives parents a chance to talk to each other and is completely free with admission. Sign up for this event or check out other Kids Wonder events here and then click on the calendar.

Volunteer Drivers Needed

Do you have two hours, once or twice a month, to help someone who will never be able to drive? You can help your neighbors who have intellectual and developmental disabilities with simple trips to Special Olympics events, part-time jobs, social events or school. Click here to learn how you can help.

How You Can Help Social Security Protect Others?

Knowing how to tell the difference between a scam and a genuine call from Social Security is important. You can help protect the people you serve. Click here to learn more.

Texas A&M Launches State’s First Inclusive 4-Year College Program for Students with Disabilities

Aggie ACHIEVE is the state’s first four-year postsecondary education program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.” To continue reading the article from People, click here.