32nd Annual College Night

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Western New York College Consortium of Disability Advocates The consortium, better known as “C.C.D.A.,” is comprised of a group of post secondary and secondary education professionals, along with community and government agency representatives who are directly involved in working with students with disabilities. The group was originally formed to address the needs of students with

Buffalo Public School – High School Showcase

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Presented by the Departments of Guidance & Counseling, Career & Technical Education, & Central Registration Center The 2017 HIGH SCHOOL SHOWCASE is designed to be a “one-stop shop” where parents, guardians, and students can: Meet with representatives from all BPS high schools to learn about programs available to students, including our Career & Technical Education

Daemen College – Center for Allied and Unified Sport & Exercise (CAUSE) Open House

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Daemen College through the support from various foundations is launching the Center for Allied and Unified Sport & Exercise or CAUSE. Starting this September, Daemen College will be holding FREE Sport Activity Sessions on Sunday afternoons from 2 pm to 4 pm for individuals with Disabilities. Under the supervision of Daemen Athletics Coaches and Faculty,

Heritage Centers – After School Program for Students with Developmental Disabilities

Heritage Centers After School Program for Students with Developmental Disabilities Open to Ages 7 – 21 Space is Limited 2 pm – 6 pm Call 833-8603 x2211 with questions or to begin the referral process! Locations: Ken-Ton School District 205 Yorkshire Road, Tonawanda or Buffalo Public School District St. Mary’s School for the Deaf 2253

Thinking differently about autism, disability awareness

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CAMPAIGN: Duchess County executive brings message of social acceptance to Niagara LEWISTON – Marc Molinaro, county executive of Dutchess County, came to Niagara University on Friday with an initiative that concerns not only his constituents but members of the community statewide. It’s called “Think Differently” and it attempts to break down the barriers for those