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Shop at Home Depot – Help QSAC

June 24, 2009 7:12 pm Published by
Home DepotWe are happy to inform you that Home Depot is offering QSAC up to 2% for every purchase made by our friends. It is easy: simply affix a label to the back of any credit card, keychain, wallet, etc. and present it when paying for your purchases.

We urge you to participate in the program and encourage you to distribute a label to each of the contractors, repairmen, gardeners, handymen in your circle!

Please let us know how many labels you need as soon as possible. The program runs through the end of December 2009.
To request a label, please email mgoldberg@qsac.com.

Thank you!

2009-2010 Free Training Series

June 23, 2009 3:01 pm Published by

Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc.
Presents
What’s Out There and How to Get It
2009-2010 Free Training Series
For Families and Professionals Needing Programs and Services for Children with Disabilities
Gary Shulman, MS.Ed.:212-677-4650

Queens: QSAC
25-09 Broadway Astoria, NY 11106
(Trains N, W to Broadway)

11/9/09 “The Earlier the Better ” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
12/7/09 “Preparing for High School” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM
1/11/10 “Life After High School ” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM
2/8/10 “Turning 5″ Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
3/22/10 “The Earlier the Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
4/12/10 “HELP!: Family Support Services ” Gary Shulman 10AM-12Noon
5/10/10 “Preparing for High School” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM
6/14/10 “Getting Special Education for the First Time” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM

Bronx: Jewish Child Care Association
Jewish Child Care Association 555 Bergen Ave. Bronx 10455
(Trains 2, 5 to Third Avenue/149th Street)

11/4/09 “Getting Ed. Services for the First Time” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
12/2/09 “Preparing for H.S.” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM
1/6/10 “The Earlier the Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
2/3/10 “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM
3/3/10 “HELP! Family Support Services” Gary Shulman 10AM-12 Noon
4/7/10 “Life After H.S.” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM
5/5/10 “Turning 5” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
6/2/10 “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM
6/23/10 “Preparing for H.S.” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM

Brooklyn: Challenge
649 39th St Brooklyn, NY 11232
(Trains D,M 9th Ave. or D,M,N,R to 36th St.)

4/28/09 Evening Workshop “HELP! Family Support Services” 7PM-9PM (simultaneous translation will be provided in Spanish)

Brooklyn: Brooklyn Heights Library
Brooklyn Heights Library 280 Cadman Plaza West Bklyn. 11201
(Trains 2,3,4,5, to Borough Hall; M,N, R to Court Street; A,C to High Street)

10/30/09 “Life After H.S.” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM
12/4/09 “HELP!: Family Support Services” 10AM-1PM
3/12/10 “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM

Brooklyn: Grand Army Plaza Library
Central Library Grand Army Plaza Flatbush Ave. and Eastern Parkway 11238
(Trains 2,3 to Grand Army Plaza or Eastern Parkway; Q,B to 7th Avenue)

10/21/09 “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM
11/18/09 “The Earlier The Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
12/17/09 “Life After H.S.” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM
1/21/10 “Turning 5” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
2/10/10 “Preparing for H.S.” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM
3/10/10 “Getting Special Ed. Services for the 1st Time” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
4/21/10 “The Earlier the Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM

Manhattan: RCSN
Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc. 116 E. 16th St. 5th Floor NY, NY 10003
(Trains 4,5,6,L,N,Q,R, W, to 14th Street/
Union Square)

10/28/09 “The Earlier the Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
11/24/09 “Turning 5” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
12/16/09 “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM
1/12/10 “Getting Special Ed. Services for the 1st Time” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
2/23/10 “Preparing for High School” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM
3/16/10 “Life After H.S.” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM
5/12/10 “The Earlier the Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
5/26/10 “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L. Salazar 10AM-1PM
6/9/10 “Life After HS” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM

Manhattan: Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library
Andrew Heiskell Braille & Talking Book Library 40 W. 20th St. NYC 10011
(Trains F,V, N,R,6 to 23rd Street)

Nov. 10. 2009: “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM
Nov. 19, 2009: “Life After H.S.” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM
Dec. 3, 2009: “The Earlier the Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
Dec. 9, 2009: “Help!: Family Support Services” Gary Shulman 10AM-12Noon
Jan. 13, 2010: “Preparing for H.S.” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM
Feb. 14, 2010: “Getting Special Ed. Services For First Time” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM
March 17, 2009: “Turning 5” Jean Mizutani 10AM-1PM

Manhattan: Northside Center for Child Development
1301 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10029
(Trains 2,3,6 to 110th St.)

11/20/09 “Una Buena IDEA” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM (en español)
12/11/09 “A Good IDEA?” Miguel L.Salazar 10AM-1PM

Staten Island: Joan and Alan Bernikow Jewish Community Center of SI
Joan and Alan Bernikow Jewish Community Center of Staten Island
1466 Manor Road, Staten Island NY 10314
(Call for directions 718-475-5225)

12/14/09: “The Earlier the Better” Nina Lublin 10AM-1PM
1/20/10 “A Good IDEA? Miguel Salazar 10AM-1PM
3/11/10 “Preparing for High School” Mariko Sakita 10AM-1PM
3/23/10 “HELP! Support Services” Gary Shulman 10AM-12Noon
4/20/10 “Life After High School” Helene Craner 10AM-1PM

gshulman@resourcesnyc.org
www.resourcesnyc.org
www.resourcesnycdatabase.org : searchable website

ABOUT US

QSAC is a New York City and Long Island based nonprofit that supports children and adults with autism, together with their families, in achieving greater independence, realizing their future potential, and contributing to their communities in a meaningful way by offering person-centered services.

QSAC pursues this mission through direct services that provide a supportive and individualized setting for children and adults with autism to improve their communication, socialization, academic, and functional skills.