The Administration for Community Living awarded a $50,000 grant to The University of Cincinnati Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCCEDD) for a Diversity Fellowship. In partnership with Refugee Connect and several local organizations supporting refugees, the Diversity Fellow will provide case management services and identify unmet needs for refugee families with disabilities.
Are you a parent or caregiver of an individual age 12-30 years living with a complex neurologic condition who is not expected to live fully independently in adulthood?
CNF’s Caregiver Perspectives on Transitions Project is interested in your experiences with different aspects of transition to adulthood for children/young adults living with complex neurologic conditions.
Through online focus groups (conducted earlier this year) and a survey (available now until October 8), we are exploring and highlighting medical transitions, as well as transitions related to community-based supports, residential services, and social/recreational supports.
Thursday, October 4, 6-10pm
For this special event, sound and lighting accommodations have been made to ensure an enjoyable experience for everyone. Sensory Level guides on Touch, Sight and Sound will be provided, as well as designated calming area.
Tickets are $18.99 (+tax) per person *If you are an annual passholder, contact Laura to RSVP, 859-815-1478
Pre-registration is required, Order online
Personal care attendants with valid ID may enter at no additional cost.