New Maine Parent Federation Webinars - Register now!
Supported Decision-Making - Learn about the differences between
Supported Decision-Making and Guardianship. This webinar will
educate you about all of the options as your child approaches the
age of majority and assist you in finding the right fit for your family.
Wednesday, April 29th - 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Register here -
Disability Rights Maine COVID 19 Special Education Guidance - Ben Jones and Atlee Reilly will provide best practices and answer your questions on continuing to implement IEP's during virtual/distance learning, data collection and communication with your district, and preparing for transition to extended school year as well as re-entry into school.
Thursday, April 30th - 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM Register here - https://zoom.us/webinar/
Vocational Rehabilitation COVID 19 Guidance - Director of Vocational Rehabilitation, Libby Stone-Sterling will be joining us to discuss how VR is currently operating, some new initiatives they are instituting during COVID 19, a look forward into summer employment as well as transitioning into the new school year.Tuesday, May 5th - 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Register here -
Self-Advocacy - MPF's Youth Coordinator Dylan Campbell will host a Self-Advocacy workshop for parents and professionals. This workshop is designed to present to youth but we are providing this opportunity for parents and professionals to see what it looks like virtually and provide feedback on MPF presenting this workshop virtually to youth.
Wednesday, May 6th - 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Register here -
Naturalist Practices for Special Education at Home - Maine Parent
Federation is partnering with the Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies, Mainely Kidz Therapy, and a Mental Health
Consultant to support implementing "special education" in a more naturalistic way in your homes. Our Mental Health Consultant will also be addressing parent support and wellness during COVID 19. Tuesday, May 14th - 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Register here -
Coming Soon Virtual Parent & Youth Support Groups
PO Box 2067, Augusta, Maine 04338-2067 ~ Tel: (207) 588-1933, (800) 870-7746 (Statewide)