CPAD Newsletter (October 2017)

CPAD Community Resource Center (CPRC)

                           IEP Workshop

                  Time: October 28, 2017
              Saturday, 1:30 pm -3:30 pm 
       
                Place: Asian Youth Center
       100 Clary Ave, San Gabiel, CA 91776

This workshop aims to help parents navigate the IEP process.  It will provide some basic facts about the special education system in California, including eligibility, evaluations/assessments, free and appropriate public education (FAPE), placement, services and tips for IEP meetings.  Parents who attend this workshop will have an opportunity to ask some general questions about IEP, while the lecturer won’t give detailed legal advice with respect to individual cases.  Subsequent workshops will be held to discuss about particular issues identified by parents...(More..)

CPAD Orange County Chapter

             Stress Management

             Time: October 21, 2017
              Saturday, 2pm - 4 pm
             
                  Place: OCAAC
              Anaheim, CA 92801
          225 W. Carl Karcher Way,

CalOptima will conduct  workshop in stress managemen for our community to promote physical and mental wellness...(More..)

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CPAD Corner (October 2017)

CPAD LA Headquarter

Kiwanis Club icon

2017-2018, Kiwanis Club of Monterey Park Installation Dinner at Monterey Park Hill, Monterey Park was held on 9/22/2017.  CPAD Rainbow Dancers were invited to perform on this special event and received their donation check of $3,000. We thank all the members from Kiwanis Clubs of Monterey Park, especially our long-term friend Marie Peng for their kind support toward CPAD all these years... (More..)

Donation from Kiwanis Club of Moterey Park

CPAD Orange County Chapter

On 9/16/2017, CPAD Orange County Chapter, Parents Lynn Moore gave a talk in “Promoting Independence through Supportive Living”.  Lynn is a parent of three children with Autism.  She shared her experience of helping her children grow independence by living outside the family home.  She explained what independence living services and supportive living services are and how Regional Center can provide them. She emphasized that behaviour manaement is crucial.  With manageable level of behavior, a child would have many more choices in living options and day program... (More..)

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