Developmental Disabilities Day 2015

Developmental Disabilities Day 2015

DDDay will be held on Thursday, May 28. Registration is now open. Join us!

Supporting Parents, Families and Professionals

Supporting Parents, Families and Professionals

To empower individuals with disabilities to reach their full potential.

Education and Resources

Education and Resources

To effectively communicate with professionals to successfully advocate for children.

Support. Educate. Connect. Empower.

Support. Educate. Connect. Empower.

We Provide 1-On-1 Support and Education on Disabilities, Special Education and Services.

    • Hot Topics

      Hot Topics

      What do chores have to do with being a successful adult? Nobody learns to read or write without first learning the abc’s. Chores provide the basic building blocks that teach responsibility and other skills to succeed in work and life.   

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    • Parents & Families

      Parents & Families

      Do you have concerns about how your child is developing and learning? If you have concerns about your child walking, talking, behaving, understanding and learning or if your child has a diagnosed or suspected disability, we can help!

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    • Professionals (WNYI)

      Professionals (WNYI)

      The WNY Institute provides Medicaid Service Coordinators (MSC), families, persons with disabilities and support staff the highest quality education, skill development and information services.

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    News

    • HOT TOPICS: Chores and Other Life Skills

      Parent Network News

      Tuesday, May 19, 2015

      What do chores have to do with being a successful adult? Nobody learns to read or write without first learning the abc’s (basic building blocks like letters and numbers). Chores provide the basic building blocks that teach responsibility and other skills to succeed in work andmore

    • May is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month

      Parent Network News

      Thursday, May 7, 2015

      In New York State, more than 300,000 children live with a serious mental health condition. Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week was created to raise awareness about the importance of children’s mental health and to show that positive mental health ismore

    • OPWDD seeks families of individual's who are medically fragile with Developmental Disabilities

      Parent Network News

      Monday, May 4, 2015

      NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) are seeking families of individual's who are medically fragile with developmental disabilities.

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