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Assistive Technology (AT) devices are any item, piece of equipment or software used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of a student with a disability.
If you have a child with a disability, they may qualify for additional services through the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD).
In Western New York, military-connected families do not live within the confines of a typical military base. As a result, civilian schools may not know or understand military-connected services including the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP).
The WNY Institute provides high-quality skill development workshops and informational resources aimed at enhancing the lives of persons with disabilities as well as the organizations that support them.
Promise is a research initiative developed to improve transition-to-adulthood outcomes for eligible youth who receive supplemental security income (SSI) in Western New York.
The Jim Kelly Parent Network Scholarship was created to provide funding to youth with disabilities who seek financial assistance to cover fees associated with conference registration or attendance costs.
Does your child have trouble learning? Is your child having difficulties in school that are getting in the way of their learning?
Parent Network of WNY offers free support groups that provide a welcoming environment for parents and other caregivers of young people with autism or developmental disabilities to meet, share experiences, ask questions, learn about available resources and receive support.
Sometimes the transition from childhood to adulthood can be stressful or difficult to navigate. We’ll help you transition smoothly into your next stage of life learning your goals and preparing you with necessary skills to succeed.
Here you’ll learn about being a self-advocate, what types of work are available to you, going to college, getting around as well as different kinds of social activities.