The Miracle League of Western New York – 2016 Registration

The Miracle League is designed to serve people who cannot be accommodated by established baseball leagues due to the special needs of their disabilities. The vision of the program is to provide any disabled child or person, regardless of their level of disability, the opportunity to play league sports and enjoy the emotional and physical

iCan Shine Bike Camp

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. June 27 – July 1, 2016 Buffalo Niagara Court

Are you a parent of a young person with a disability between the ages of 14 and 26?

Are you a parent of a young person with a disability between the ages of 14 and 26? NYS Transition Partners needs your help to better understand your experience with the transition process for students with disabilities here in New York. What’s going well? What isn’t going so well? What needs improvement? The results of

Basic Interpreter Training Program (BITP)

Deaf Access Services introduces its NEW Basic Interpreter Training Program (BITP). The program will allow students to further their American Sign Language Training by becoming a Sign Language Interpreter. Submit Applications To: Deaf Access Services Attn: Jeffrey Strauss 2495 Main Street – Suite 446 Buffalo, NY 14214 Tel: (716) 833-1637 – VP: (716) 335-9192

Evening with EARS

EARS: Join a family-friendly event highlighting St. Mary’s School for the Deaf’s new Oral Education option! When: Tuesday May 19th – 6-7:30p Location: SMSD Young Assembly Hall 2253 Main Street, Buffalo NY 14214 6p – Dinner will be provided 6:15p – Learn about EARS, followed by Q&A 7p – Music class with our community partner, Betty’s Music

Challenger Baseball’s New Season

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