Nearby Conferences and Events
What’s After High School
“What’s After High School?” is a broad overview of the transition to adult life for young adults with disabilities and special needs and includes the following topics:
This training is ideal for families who have children ages 14 – 21 and providers and school staff who work with young adults with special needs. Youth are welcome to attend.
Wednesday, April 24
Check-in and dinner start at 5 PM
Wisconsin Family Ties is sponsoring another Northwoods Family Fun Day
Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
The resource fair is FREE, open to everyone & will be held in the lobby on the street level of The WATERS.
Northwoods Family Fun Day includes workshops, Waterpark, lunch & Resource Fair
For families that include children with social, emotional, behavioral or mental health challenges.
Cost for families in Oneida, Forest, Vilas, Florence, Sawyer, Iron, Price, Ashland & Bayfield Counties is $8 per person.
Professionals and families from other counties $15 per person
Workshops scheduled: Children’s Mental Health: Strategies for Collaboration, Care Mapping and Care Binders, A Conversation on Special Education, and Understanding Autism: Tips from the Trenches
Contact Jackie Baldwin for more information and to register-email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (715) 605-2097
Ongoing Support Groups and Local Meetings for Parents
PIER- Parents Information and Education Resource also has a variety of events in the Wood county area including Parent Coffees and networking. http://www.pierwi.info/parent-coffees.html
WSPEI Calendar of Statewide Conferences and Workshops: https://calendar.wspei.org/index.php