The Help Group is hosting their 10th Annual Special Needs Fair on March 29 from 11am-2pm. This is an amazing opportunity for parents and professionals to find the resources available to LA’s Special Needs Community. Exhibitors at the fair will be representing various topics such as financial planning, residential programs, school camps, therapy options, parent…Continue Reading Special Needs Resource Fair
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Let’s support our STEAM students! The LA and Orange County’s individual science fairs are quickly approaching! The Orange County Science and Engineering Fair is from grades 6-12, but they will be showcasing STEAM projects from grades 4-12. This annual event will be at the OC Fair & Event Center on March 24-26. The deadline to…Continue Reading Orange and LA County Science Fairs
The future is looking bright! The California Science Center of Los Angeles will be hosting the 64th annual California Science and Engineering Fair for California students in grades 6–12 on April 21–22, 2020. This will be the last science fair of the academic school year and a fantastic opportunity for students to showcase their studies…Continue Reading California Science & Engineering Fair
The 2020 Walk to END EPILEPSY will take place on March 22 at the Rose Bowl The Epilepsy Foundation is putting on its annual Walk to END EPILEPSY to raise funds for epilepsy research, advocacy, education, community programs and local events, as well as improve the lives of more than 160,000 individuals and families who…Continue Reading 2020 Walk to End Epilepsy
National Disability Employment Awareness Month is a time to celebrate the contributions of Americans with disabilities to our country’s workforce and economic strength. We also reaffirm our commitment to fostering opportunity for Americans of all abilities to apply their skills and talents in the workplace as they pursue their dreams. Thanks to my Administration’s economic…Continue Reading 2019 National Disability Employment Awareness Month Presidential Proclamation
What does it really mean to accommodate? Technology, Facilities, Managers, Training What does the emerging talent need? What are the learning styles that companies need to really understand for the emerging workforce? What is expected from the federal contracts today and tomorrow? What does it mean to hire, retain and promote? Why is it harder…Continue Reading National Organization on Disability’s (NOD) Annual Forum and Dinner
Foundation to Serve More than 38,000 People Living with Epilepsy in the CountyFoundation to Serve More than 38,000 People Living with Epilepsy in the County Monday, July 29, 2019 ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — The Epilepsy Foundation is strengthening its impact in Southern California with the creation of a new chapter in Orange County with dedicated staff…Continue Reading Epilepsy Foundation Strengthens its Impact in Southern California with New Chapter in Orange County
Southern California Disability:IN, covering Orange County, San Diego and Los Angeles, is now a part of the Disability:In community. We will assist partners including government agencies, businesses, nonprofits, and others across Southern California inContinue Reading Southern California Disability:IN Is Proud To Be A Part Of The Disability:IN Community!
Cutting-edge food production meets social good in an ambitious experiment to provide year-round produce to a mountain town, while providing meaningful employment for community members with disabilities.Continue Reading Award winning filmmaker Jennifer Tennican presents Hearts of Glass—Watch the Trailer!
There are numerous organizations that can be of assistance to you in recruiting and retaining employees with disabilities. Department of Labor (DOL) Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center (DBTAC)Continue Reading Organizations Which Can Assist You In Your Diversity And Inclusion Strategy