Job Fair

Autism Job Fair April 10, 2018   1:00-4:45 Sponsored by  Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration,   Autism Society of Greater Phoenix, and Rio Salado College   Location:  Rio Salado College, 3320 S. Price Rd, Tempe (SW corner of Southern and 101) Sensory Friendly – this year the job fair will be split across 15-20 rooms, so each room will be quieter Schedule: 1:00-4:00  Registration 12:30-1:15:  Employer workshop:   Learn about employing adults on the autism spectrum, their strengths and challenges, and typical accommodations to help them be successful in the workplace. Half-Hour Workshops for adults on the autism spectrum and their parents/job coaches:  Learn about the job fair, how to find a job, and how to keep a job Times:    1:00; 2:00; 3:00 Attendance is strongly encouraged, but not required 1:30-4:45  Job fair:  Adults with ASD (and their parent/job coach if desired) meet…
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Are Wait lists Illegal? Learn How to File a Quality of Care Complaint

Are wait lists illegal?  How do you get the services your child needs? What if you are not getting a good service from provider? Watch the video. Here are the steps I would take: Contact your support coordinator and let them know you do not nave a service or the service is substandard. Contact your provider if you are concerned about the service or feel it is substandard.  Let the provider know that you are not happy and give them a chance to resolve the issue. If the provider or support coordinator are unable to resolve your issue in a timely manner make sure to file a quality of care complaint and/or contact DDD Customer Service, AHCCCS: Concerns About the Quality of Care Received-If you have a complaint about a provider or a concern about the quality of care or…
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        Be Safe Interactive Screening SAVE A LIFE: STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO INTERACT WITH POLICE BE SAFE The Movie uses video modeling to show viewers how to interact with the police in everyday encounters. Positive models help viewers of all abilities learn what to do and say when meeting the police. Crucial safety skills are clearly demonstrated in 7 Episodes, ranging from following instructions to the right to remain silent. In each scene, real police interact with special needs individuals, giving BE SAFE true authenticity. BE SAFE is great for teens and adults with disabilities and EVERYONE else for that matter! Help prevent problems and improve outcomes in police encounters with these 7 Episodes. When: Saturday, February 10th, 2018 Time: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Location: Chandler Police Department Main Station Community Room 250 East Chicago Street,…
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