The goal of iCan Shine bike camp is to teach individuals with disabilities to ride a conventional two-wheel bicycle and become lifelong independent riders. This achievement, in turn, creates a gateway of opportunity, helping them gain assurance and self-reliance in many other aspects of their lives. Remember the feeling of freedom and pride you experienced
Every year the Niagara Falls Police and Fire Department face off in a hockey game to raise money for a local cause. On March 21, “NFPD VS NFFD,” raised around $3500 for the CASE – Autism Parent Support Group in Niagara County. Parent Leader Susan Bax, mom of a young boy with Autism and part
Baseball is a sport to be enjoyed by everyone and Central Amherst Little League offers a league for individuals with disabilities to partake in all aspects of the national pastime. Regardless of the challenges your disability may pose, Central Amherst’s Challenger League accommodates all needs. Volunpeers accompany individuals who may need assistance. Please join us for a fun season! Download
27th Annual Development Disabilities Awareness Day (DDDay) Celebrating 27 years as the largest conference of its kind in United States Niagara Falls, NY, Thursday, May 28th 2015 – The 27th Annual Developmental Disabilities Awareness Day (DDDay) will be held at The Niagara Falls Conference and Event Center in Niagara Falls, NY and runs from 8:00
The U.S. Departments of Education and Justice today released joint guidance reminding states, school districts, and schools of their obligations under federal law to ensure that English learner students have equal access to a high-quality education and the opportunity to achieve their full academic potential. In addition to the guidance, the Departments also released additional
By Theresa Drum Have you noticed that the number of days between Halloween and New Year’s Eve are exactly the same as years gone by? There are still 24 hours in a day, seven days in a week. The clock does not move any faster. Yet, I feel a sense of urgency in the air.
BUFFALO, NY- Parent Network of WNY is involved in a wide range of conferences, workshops and events this month in honor of Disability Awareness Month. Starting each October, Disability Awareness Month is celebrated throughout Western New York where the community comes together to increase awareness and promote independence, integration and inclusion of all people with