Irvine Resource Fair is Next Week! 3/21/12

http://www.empoweringirvine.org/documents/Fair2012/2012EmpoweringOCFair.pdf

  • Sixty Exhibitors will be present to answer all your questions
  • FOUR Free 30 minute seminars to select from
  • Amazing Special Drawing for attendees
  • Karate For All Demonstration at 6:45pm
  • Everything is Free

Fabulous Prizes!  

…. Just for showing up!

  • (2) One Week of Camp Donated by Camp James
  • Golf Gift Basket donated by Greater Newport Physicians
  • 1 copy of book, Teaching My Teacher About Autism: 20 insights from a student with autism By Drew Smith, with his mom, Debora; ARM Tote Bag donated by Autism Resource Mom
  • (2) Certificates for attendance at Game Night donated by Autism Spectrum Therapies
  • 30 minute special education or bullying legal consultation with the Law Office of Gregory R. Branch donated by Bully Proofed
  • $75 Gift Certificate towards Birthday Party donated by Brick For Kids – Irvine
  • Free Sessions of Martial Arts Training donated by Karate For All
  • Freedom Concepts donated a $1000 gift certificate toward the purchase of one of their bikes
  • A CD Boombox donated by Orange County Child Support Services Department
  • Popcorn and Movie Tickets Basket donated by the Alliance of Abilities

Free 30-Minute Seminar Schedule

 We offer two time blocks of seminars that will be presented in the Wrestling Room adjacent to the Irvine High School Main Gym.

The first set of seminars begins at 6:15pm and you have the option between:

Session 1a:   Living With Autism  – Eric Kasum

Session 1b:   Organizing Your Child for Academic               Success – Debora Smith

The second set of seminars begins at 7:15pm. Your options are:

Session 2a:     Plan for their future now. Workshop on Special Needs Trusts, Wills and Guardianship – DeDe Soto

Session 2b:     Promoting Self Determined and Self Sufficient Youth Who are Prepared to Meet the Challenges of the Future – Linda O’Neal

The Resource Fair is brought to you by Irvine and South Orange County Community Advisory Committees on Special Education.

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