This all-day conference will include breakfast and lunch, and the theme will be “Empowering You to Be the Best Advocate Possible.” The program is open to the general public, although CLEs will be offered to attorneys who attend. We will have a variety of superb speakers — including a morning town hall meeting of legislators, and other professionals, including self-advocates, who will be there to train attendees in advocacy skills, legislative updates, etc.
This performance of Tarzan is specially designed and adapted for individuals with Sensory Autism and Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Adjustments include reduced noise levels, removal of flashing lights/sudden lighting changes, and dimmed house lights that do not go out completely.
The Broward Center for the Performing Arts and
Slow Burn Theatre Co.
Oct. 28 | 1:00 p.m.
This production is a movement to liberate women from the chains that have kept them bound. It is our hope that by sharing our stories we can empower other women to no longer suffer in silence and find healing in the stories of other women. This event is for mature audiences only. Children under 13 are not permitted.
Isaiah Sixty1 Project
Nov. 11 | 6 – 9:00 p.m.
Join us for a fun and informative day the whole family will enjoy! Parents can learn more about resources available through special needs organizations in Broward County, while kids can participate in a variety of exciting activities. Giveaways * Refreshments * Special Needs Booths * Activities * Entertainment * Quiet Area * And More! Contact event organizer on flier with questions.
Attend our upcoming seminar. The topic is: Social Security (not for retirement only).
Goodman Jewish Family Services
Nov. 6 | 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.