Banking 101 Financial Literacy Group with Chase Bank and UM CARD

2022-10-06T14:04:41-04:00Tags: , , |

In collaboration with Chase Bank, UM-NSU CARD is hosting financial literacy group for adolescents and adults with ASD.  The group sessions willbeheldvirtuallyonZoom. The group will provide an introduction to banking and financial goals. This group is for registered UM-NSU CARD adolescent and adult constituents. Participants should commit to attending all of the virtual sessions. September

Social Factors and Health with the American Association for Health and Disability

2022-02-23T13:06:09-05:00Tags: , , |

AAHD PRESENTS: ALL OF US RESEARCH PROGRAM INFORMATIONAL Thursday, February 24, 2022 3:00 PM  5:00 PM Center for Independent Living of South Florida (map) Zoom Link: Presented by: the American Association on Health and Disability Learn how social factors play a role in your health and more!

Global Autism Summit Weekly Q&A

2020-11-20T15:30:43-05:00Tags: |

Ana Elisa Villalez, Psychologist and Owner of Logros Centro Terapeutico Integral in Panama, will facilitate a live Question and Answer Session with Kelly Miller; Director of College Living Experience in Fort Lauderdale. This will be an interactive session where parents and professionals can ask questions about transition preparation and next steps. They can also get

COVID-19 Economic Benefits Guide from RespectAbility, a national advocacy organization

2020-07-01T12:11:41-04:00Tags: , , , , |

RespectAbility is a nonprofit organization that works collaboratively with employers, entertainment leaders, governors, policy makers, educators, self-advocates, non-profits, faith-based organizations, philanthropists and the media to fight stigmas and advance opportunities. Led by diverse people with disabilities and allies, RespectAbility knows that people with disabilities and their families have the same hopes and dreams as everyone

Transportation – Adulthood

2020-03-11T15:01:20-04:00Tags: |

TRANSPORTATION Transportation is helpful in maintaining employment, education, healthcare and community life. Transportation services will allow you to live independently within the community. If you do not drive, there are generally two options: public transit and paratransit. Public transit includes fixed route public transportation by bus, subway and light rail. Paratransit includes

Housing – Adulthood

2022-10-27T14:41:18-04:00Tags: |

HOUSING A home of one’s own, either rented or owned, is the cornerstone of independence for any individual. Many people with disabilities face tremendous difficulties in getting and keeping adequate housing. They face obstacles like discrimination, inaccessible construction and unaffordable housing. There are many government supports for home ownership and rental housing

Advocacy – Adulthood

2023-10-03T14:51:37-04:00Tags: , |

ADVOCACY Disability advocates provide assistance and support to ensure that: Your rights are upheld You are an active participate in the decision-making processes Your needs and views are presented to government, service providers and the broader community However, it is very important to advocate for yourself. Even though there are numerous experts

Support Services – Adulthood

2020-02-21T12:39:56-05:00Tags: , |

SUPPORT SERVICES As members of the community, you can access a range of general services including community health, sports and recreation, employment and maternal and child healthcare services. You can request disability supports if: You have an intellectual, physical, sensory or neurological disability or an acquired brain injury The disability impacts your

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