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- Join us for a one-hour Connecting with CARD Zoom meeting to learn more about how FSU CARD staff can help during this COVID-19 pandemic.
- For Parents/Caregivers: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 from 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST/ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm CST. Click here to register.
- For Adult Clients: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST/ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm CST. Click here to register.
27th Annual Statewide CARD Conference
CARD Day at the Capitol
Jeri’s Midtown Café, an FSU CARD Autism-Friendly Business that has received staff training on best practices and also employs individuals on the spectrum, catered a delicious lunch. While enjoying food and fellowship, attendees listened to various speakers including CARD directors and adult clients from various centers. House Representative Chris Latvala, who has been a proponent of expanding the Gardiner Scholarship for special needs students to have options beyond the typical K-12 public school system, spoke about the importance of keeping CARD funded so that our mission and services can continue to benefit the ASD community.
Life Stories Transition Summit – Sailing into the FutureFSU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, FDLRS/Emerald Coast, Children’s Medical Services, APD Florida (Agency for Persons with Disabilities), the Empowerment Parent Resource Center, PEPSA, and Project 10 will reschedule this summit in the fall. This free summit will provide young adults and adults with disabilities, their families, and community members with resources and information about transition services and supports across the Panhandle Topics include: supported and independent living, vocational/career planning and support, general health and community supports, and post-secondary education and training. There will also be specific workshops for young adults/adults with disabilities focusing on career choices, dating and relationships, community safety and awareness, and budgeting.ong> Adults (16 and over) with disabilities, parents/caregivers, educators and related service providers, and community members.
WHERE: To be determined
WHEN: Fall 2020
For more information contact Dr. Chrissy Ogilvie at 850-324-6245 or [email protected]