|2013 Information & Resource Conference
★ Knowledge is Power ★
A free conference for families of children with disabilities, the professionals that work with them, and the community at large.
★ Saturday, March 23, 2013 8:30 a.m - 3:30 pm ★
★ John O'Connell High School, 2355 Folsom St. San Francisco, CA ★
The Event is free.
All services and events are free of charge to encourage participation by all families. With the demand for services being greater than ever, your donations make this possible.
Click here to make a donation or donate in person at the event.
Pre-registration is now closed, but walk-ins are welcome!
If you have any questions, please call Support for Families at 415-920-5040, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Assistive Technology Open House
From low-tech tools to high-tech machines, assistive technology helps children of all abilities access the world around them. With the appropriate technology, children with disabilities can more readily access their school work, utilize computers, turn radios on and off, make electronic toys go and so much more! Technology specialist, Jennifer McDonald-Peltier, MS, ATP, from Center for Accessible Technology, will be available in Room 114 to answer questions and help you test out different technology tools.
Don’t miss it—you may just be surprised by what you find!
Assistive Technology Open House:
The resource lab will be available to drop-in visitors
from 12:30 pm—2:00 pm.
No Registration Required!
Extremely limited parking is available in the school yard (entrance via Harrison Street). Taking public transportation or using street parking is strongly encouraged. There are also a number of paid parking lots in the area:
- 21st Street between Valencia & Bartlett Streets: approximately $2/hour
- Corner of Valencia at 20th Street: $8-$10 flat fee
- Capp Street between 18th & 19th Streets: hourly rates
The 2013 Information and Resource Conference Planning Committee would like to thank our Event Funders and Partners for helping to make this event possible.
|California Department of Education
California Department of Developmental Services
Department of Children, Youth and their Families
First Five San Francisco
(Children & Families Commission)
Human Service Agency of San Francisco
San Francisco Unified School District
US Department of Health and Human Services -
Maternal and Child Health Bureau
US Department of Special Education
Office of Special Education & Rehabilitation
- Support for Families of Children with
- Community Advisory Committee for Special Education
- High Risk Infant Interagency Council (HRIIC)
- Improving Transition Outcomes Project (ITOP)
- SFUSD Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC)
- San Francisco Unified School District
- Special Needs Inclusion Project
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