Mental Health America of Wisconsin and the Injury Research Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin invite eligible organizations to submit applications to be local partners in a grant proposal.
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Troy Blodgett (Special Needs Advisor with Merrill Lynch's Special Needs Network) and Iris Christensen will provide information to help with the financial, legal & social issues involved in caring for a loved one with special needs.
The Sibling Support Project is now scheduling workshops for 2010.
"It's Our Story" also needs technology volunteers to lead in the creation of a beta site that will make its archives available in a public, accessible, and searchable format.
The training uses a video of dramatic, realistic enactments of threatening confrontations done by professional actors. The learning style includes small group work, videotape, and some physical practice; wear comfortable clothing.
Navigate the maze of legal and financial complexities surrounding planning for the future of children with special needs.
The Call for Parents in Partnership (PIP) proposals and the Call for Youth in Partnership with Parents for Empowerment (YiPPE) proposals for the 2010-2011 year are on the WSPEI website.