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SILO EVENTS

A VIRTUAL TRANSITION PLANNING WORKSHOP FOR FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Presented by Regina Brandow, Special Needs Attorney, Brandow Law and Brian McIlvain, Assistant to the CEO, Self-Initiated Living Options, Inc. (SILO) TOPIC: ACCESSING, UNDERSTANDING, AND PROTECTING YOUR CHILD’S BENEFITS LEGALLY AND  FINANCIALLY WITH ESTATE PLANNING DATE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24TH TIME: 6:00PM - 8:00PM  REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: https://www.brandowlaw.com/transition-reg
Join us for our Spring Wellness Event  Wednesday, May 8th, 2024 11 am - 2 pm  SILO  3253 Route 112 Building 10 Medford, NY 11763  Vitals checkup by Northwell Health RN Wellness Trivia Chair Yoga Light Lunch Provided  Registration Required | Limited Spots Register Here: https://forms.gle/drEjUszYAhcua8Qv9  Kathryn Snaith: ksnaith@siloinc.org 631-880-7929 ext. 147 Morgan Suchy: msuchy.intern@siloinc.org
ADA 2023 sponsors: STS, Fratello Law, Aidwell Healthcare, Bryan Skilled Home Care, Buluvas Restorations, FREE
Barrier Busters Barrier Busters is a volunteer advocacy group focused on removing barriers which prevent people with disabilities from accessing the Long Island community.  Mission Statement Our mission is to identify and remove barriers which prevent persons with disabilities from accessing the Long Island community.  1. BARRIER BUSTERS will recruit volunteers to go into the community and identify inaccessible and noncompliant locations. 2. BARRIER BUSTERS will use a complaint form which will make the reporting and delivery process of inaccessible and noncompliant locations uniform and streamline.  3. Through Suffolk Independent Living Organizations (SILO) website the BARRIER BUSTERS web page will have these complaint forms available for anyone to use and report complaints. 4. BARRIER BUSTERS will meet monthly to review complaints and decide the best course of action to resolve the complaints.  5. BARRIER BUSTERS will provide links to internet sources that provide information and lega

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Join Parent to Parent as we present a statewide webinar: The role of Direct Support Professionals, an introduction for families May 29th 6:30pm In collaboration with the National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals (NADSP), this webinar will discuss and describe the DSP code of ethics as it relates to the family. In addition, we will discuss the specific role of the DSP not only in certified residences, but in community-based settings as well as the family home. This presentation aims to provide more understanding of each member’s role in supporting the individual receiving services and how all parties can work together to achieve the best possible outcomes. You must pre-register to participate: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cPJufm9RSrKKpfmzPLpzPA#/registration Questions? Please contact us at: info@ptopnys.org

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