The Special Needs Partnership of Jewish Family Service

The Special Needs Partnership of Jewish Family Service

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The next A Look Ahead​ conference is just around the corner. We hope you will take advantage of the opportunity and join us! Participants will leave with information they can use now and in the future to help create a positive life trajectory for a person with a disability.

Saturday, May 11, 2019 ׀ 9 AM – 3 PM
(conference check in begins at 8:30 AM)
First United Methodist Church of Arlington
313 North Center Street - Arlington, Texas 76011

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Our Actions. Their Futures! Presented by Kathie Snow. Kathie is a mom, author and national presenter. Her no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is approach is uplifting and encouraging. Kathie’s presentations are a work of philosophy, art and activism!

BREAKOUT SESSIONS & SPEAKERS to date…

⭐️ Kathie Snow, Disability is Natural
- Community Inclusion for All
- The Power of Can

⭐️ Leigh Anne Davis, The Arc of The US & James Meadours, Self-Advocate
- #MeToo: How to join the movement to STOP Sexual Violence

⭐️ Bryan Smith, Special Care Planner, MassMutual
- SSI/SSDI/Medicaid/Medicaid Waivers/State programs
- Your Dependent with Special Needs: Planning for Two Generations

⭐️ Panel Presentation – panelists: Kendra Kerbow, Carissa Paschall, Raghu Sarma & Sam McCullough
- It’s My Life

⭐️ Nick Winges-Yanez, Texas Center for Disability Studies at UT -Austin
- Yes – We Are Talking About S.E.X.
- Texas Sibling Network (co-presented with Bhagawathy Sarma)

Conference Fee: $10 – lunch included.
Limited stipends available for individuals with disabilities and family members.

📌 CEUs for Texas Educators & Social Workers provided by FEAT-NT for this event.

Registration required. Online registration available.
Reserve your spot at: https://alamay2019.eventbrite.com.

📌 Sponsorship packages & Exhibitor options available.
Learn more at: http://www.arcgmc.org/a-look-ahead.html.
The next A Look Ahead​ conference is just around the corner. We hope you will take advantage of the opportunity and join us! Participants will leave with information they can use now and in the future to help create a positive life trajectory for a person with a disability.

Saturday, May 11, 2019 ׀ 9 AM – 3 PM
(conference check in begins at 8:30 AM)
First United Methodist Church of Arlington
313 North Center Street - Arlington, Texas 76011

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Our Actions. Their Futures! Presented by Kathie Snow. Kathie is a mom, author and national presenter. Her no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is approach is uplifting and encouraging. Kathie’s presentations are a work of philosophy, art and activism!

BREAKOUT SESSIONS & SPEAKERS to date…

⭐️ Kathie Snow, Disability is Natural
- Community Inclusion for All
- The Power of Can

⭐️ Leigh Anne Davis, The Arc of The US & James Meadours, Self-Advocate
- #MeToo: How to join the movement to STOP Sexual Violence

⭐️ Brian Smith, Special Care Planner, MassMutual
- SSI/SSDI/Medicaid/Medicaid Waivers/State programs
- Your Dependent with Special Needs: Planning for Two Generations

⭐️ Panel Presentation – panelists: Kendra Kerbow, Carissa Paschall, Raghu Sarma & Sam McCullough
- It’s My Life

And others to be announced soon!

Conference Fee: $10 – lunch included.
Limited stipends available for individuals with disabilities and family members.

📌 CEUs for Texas Educators & Social Workers provided by FEAT-NT for this event.

Registration required. Online registration available.
Reserve your spot at: https://alamay2019.eventbrite.com.

📌 Sponsorship packages & Exhibitor options available.
Learn more at: http://www.arcgmc.org/a-look-ahead.html.
Come learn about Green Oaks summer offerings for children, teens, and adults with intellectual disabilities, as well as our school year educational opportunities. We even offer summer programs for typically developing peers and siblings at our Lunch & Learn on 4/17/19. Also, plan to attend our Green Oaks Life Prep information night. You'll learn about our plans for a three year, comprehensive program that will prepare individuals with IDD to work and live as independently as possible.
We loved this inclusive Super Bowl commercial "when everybody plays, we all win." It illustrates Microsoft’s commitment to building accessible technology that levels the playing field and creates opportunity for all of us.

Share this story and help inspire more changes like these!

#creatingopportunity #inclusion
Upcoming NAA-NT Workshop
Registration: $25
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-essential-aba-toolkit-nurt…

The Essential ABA Toolkit:
Nurturing, Preventing, and Intervening

The purpose of this workshop is to explore three essential behavior analytic strategies: nurturing, preventing and intervening. Participants will review, practice, and receive practical tips for fundamental skills related to:

1) Nurturing
creating nurturing and behaviorally healthy learning environments to increase success and happiness
2) Preventing
designing programs to prevent problems and enhance quality of life for children and stakeholders
3) Intervening
identifying and remediating challenging behaviors and environments

Presented by:
Shahla Alai-Rosales, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA
University of North Texas
Department of Behavior Analysis

March 22nd
9:00- 3:00 pm
Hunter's Glen Baptist Church in Plano
4001 Custer Road
Plano, TX 75023

Shahla Alai-Rosales is an Associate Professor in the Department of Behavior Analysis. She received her B.S. from Southern Illinois University and her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Kansas where she was mentored by Drs. Barbra Etzel, James Sherman, Jan Sheldon, and Don Bushell. As a professor at the University of North Texas, she integrates service, training, and research projects in cooperation with several local and global partners. Dr. Alai-Rosales teaches classes on applied behavior analysis and autism, ethics, early intervention, parent training, applied research methods, and behavior change techniques. She served on the governing board of the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB). She has served as a subject matter expert for several organizations in the areas of ethics, training, cultural responsiveness and supervision. She received numerous prestigious awards, including the Onassis Foundation Fellowship Award for her work with families, UNT’s “Fessor Grahm” award for excellence in teaching, and she was named one of Texas’ top 25 women educators. She is currently the Co-PI on a grant from Easter Seals and the state of Texas to develop and evaluate systems and training for underserved populations with autism. Dr. Alai-Rosales has worked with families and children for over 30 years.
Have you started making plans for the kiddos this summer? Get signed up for Green Oaks Summer Camps! We'll have two camps this year, June 18th -- June 22nd, and July 23rd -- July 27th. Monday is the last day to register for $170. Beginning Tuesday, May 1st the registration price increases to $195. Call us at 817-861-5000 if you have any questions.
Creating IEPs offers FREE training focused on the ARD/IEP planning process.

CPEs for Texas Educators & CEUs for Social Workers, LPCs & EIS are available for this event.

ONLINE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE AT: https://creatingiepsmar18.eventbrite.com
The 6th Annual Living With Disability Information and Resource Conference is just around the corner. Be sure to "like" the conference page for updates.

Conference highlights include...

- Keynote Speaker
- 20 Breakout Sessions
- Exhibitors
- Childcare (pre-registration required)
- Lunch on Site
- Door Prizes
- Networking Opportunities

COST: FREE!

Conference hosted by Arc Greater Mid Cities - Arc GMC & Texas Parent to Parent

CPEs for Texas Educators & CEUs for Social Workers, LPCs &
EIS are available for this event.

https://www.facebook.com/livingwithdisabilityconference/
There is no truer statement than “You don’t know what you don’t know.” But what is the impact of not knowing? If your child has a disability, the value of knowing what you don’t know could be life-changing! Grab a friend and join us. Gather information, tools and strategies you can use now and in the future!

A Look Ahead Conference Series
Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 9am – 2:30pm
FUMC of Arlington
313 N. Center Street
Arlington, Texas 76011

Conference Highlights:

• Engaging speakers
• Empowering presentations – breakout sessions
• Personal Experiences
• Networking opportunities
• Community resources

Texas Educator and Social Worker CEUs available.

Conference Fee: $10. Lunch included. Limited stipends available. Registration required.
For more information or to reserve your spot: https://www.alookaheadseries.com/.
Tomorrow night @7:30 is the next PERK event!

Please share with friends who have children with learning differences/ special needs.

We will also be collecting non-perishable food for the JFS Food Pantry. Email [email protected] to RSVP and for the address to the home of Corrie Jennifer Cohen Shores and Todd Shores.

The Special Needs Partnership of JFS is commited to building a more inclusive community for those with special needs and their families.

Operating as usual

02/17/2021

UPDATE: The JFS building remains closed due to inclement weather and power outages. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please email [email protected] or call 972-437-9950 x340.

Stay safe and stay warm!

02/10/2021

National Anthem in ASL at Super Bowl LV

Amazing job!!

02/08/2021

Tonight is the annual SNP Movie Night discussion in honor of Special Needs Awareness Month (SNAM) and Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Awareness Month (JDAIM)! Tune in at 8pm TONIGHT for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion around raising a child that society deems "abnormal."

This discussion is open to all and can be enjoyed even without watching the movie. We hope you will join us for this annual JFS favorite!

Sign up for the event here: https://loom.ly/DOsoU_U

View and sign up for all SNAM events here: https://jfsdallas.org/events/category/special-needs/

Tonight is the annual SNP Movie Night discussion in honor of Special Needs Awareness Month (SNAM) and Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Awareness Month (JDAIM)! Tune in at 8pm TONIGHT for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion around raising a child that society deems "abnormal."

This discussion is open to all and can be enjoyed even without watching the movie. We hope you will join us for this annual JFS favorite!

Sign up for the event here: https://loom.ly/DOsoU_U

View and sign up for all SNAM events here: https://jfsdallas.org/events/category/special-needs/

cbs.com 10/05/2020

Watch 60 Minutes: Companies seeking employees with autism - Full show on CBS All Access

Great story about the many benefits of employing people with autism.

cbs.com

disabilityscoop.com 09/22/2020

Ginsburg Remembered For Impact On Disability Rights

Remembered for being a Super Hero for women's rights, social justice and making our world a better place, RGB was also a champion for disability rights! A true tzaddik, the most righteous of human beings. Your light will be missed in our wounded world!

disabilityscoop.com Best known for standing up for women's rights, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg also played an outsized role in ensuring the rights of people with disabilities, advocates say.

[09/17/20]   https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:99773331-214d-490c-9492-c0daeaa90da1

Thank you, Emily Brill, Special Needs Coordinator for Temple Emanu-El for this fabulous differentiated Rosh Hashana guide!

08/24/2020

Nothing can deter our wonderful partner, Friendship Circle of Dallas! We had to share some of their joyful and joy-filled pictures from their virtual summer camp! 😃

pbs.org 08/03/2020

“Let’s focus on people’s abilities, not their disabilities...” - PBS American Portrait

Take a moment to watch some of these inspiring stories and you will agree that the focus should be on our unique, different abilities-- not disabilities!

pbs.org In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed to ensure civil rights and prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities. From their personal triumphs since this bill’s passing to their current challenges, Americans with disabilities share their stories and talents in toda...

autismlittlelearners.com 08/03/2020

COVID-19 Related Stories For Schools

https://www.autismlittlelearners.com/2020/07/covid-19-related-stories-for-schools.html

Gratitude and Kudos to Autism Little Learners, not only for creating these adorable guides and resources to help explain these challenging times but also for sharing them free of charge to our teachers and schools! 👍💗😃

autismlittlelearners.com More and more states and cities have put together plans for going back to school for the 2020-2021 school year. Each area in the country ha...

07/03/2020

Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MCDHH)

Did you see the new mask our staff interpreter wore yesterday at Governor Mike Parson press briefing? Clear masks allow Deaf and hard of hearing individuals to read lips and see facial expressions, while maintaining a safe barrier. MCDHH is distributing these masks to Deaf and hard of hearing Missourians and the professionals who serve them.

Submit your request for clear masks online at mcdhh.mo.gov/masks

To learn more about the uses of the clear masks we are distributing, visit theclearmask.com

06/29/2020

What a fabulous parade spearheaded by Temple Shalom! 28 cars joined together to say “Hi to CHAI!” 💗 Thank you to Robyn Carafiol (planner extraordinarie), Lonna Rae Silverman, Kathy Schneider, Patsy Goodman and the Temple Shalom Sisterhood, as well as parents and guardians of our CHAI residents for the incredible outpouring of love and support! Plus bags and bags of healthy snacks. 😃👍🎉😷

06/21/2020

The Special Needs Partnership applauds all our grads! Way to go... we are so proud of all your achievements and are cheering you on for what is yet to be! 🎓 🎉👏👏👏

Meet Christina: "Christina was born 1lb 5oz and had fought from day one to exceed all expectations. She recently graduated 8th grade with A’s and a B in her classes. She is loving, kind, and plans on being a Girl in STEM. She knows autism makes her different but it doesn’t mean she is deserving of less. I’m extremely proud of her and all her hard work. She deserves the world and I’m here to help her obtain it." - Christina's Mom #ConGRADulations
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Share your graduation, prom, and other end of the school year stories with us in the comments!

06/11/2020

Jewish Family Service, Dallas

Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas is proud to announce that we are offering Emergency Housing Assistance to those who are struggling to pay their rent, mortgage, or utilities because they have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are providing this program in partnership with Dallas County, Texas, Collin County, Texas, the City of Dallas - City Hall, and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. We hope that if you know someone in need of help you will share this information and that you will encourage them to apply.

The first step is to fill out the pre-screen form on the link below that corresponds with the city or county in which they live. Each area has their own set of specific rules and requirements, so we encourage all potential applicants to review the information on their area's webpage before filling out the form.

If you or someone you know needs rental or mortgage assistance, please visit https://jfsdallas.org/cares. For questions and more information, call our dedicated Emergency Housing Assistance phone line at (214) 390-4795.

06/09/2020
06/01/2020

What an amazing group of women! ❤️ Last week, we celebrated our PERK Moms with a party we aptly named: “Every Day Should Be Mother’s Day!” 💐 Everyone got a “Spa in a Bag” and materials to make a “My Family during Quarantine” picture frame! Just checked in with some of our members and seems like some of their pamper presents have been abducted! 😁

So thankful for this wonderful group and the support we provide each other! 💞🙏🤗 And, so grateful for Chair of this Committee, Dena Englander, who helped put everything together and make this event possible. Can’t wait to see you all in a few days!

05/15/2020

So fun!! Virtual TALENT SHOW this Sunday with our SNP Partner, Friendship Circle! See link below and join in the virtual fun! 😃

05/12/2020

Love this creative way to use her voice! 💙

ejewishphilanthropy.com 05/07/2020

Our Kids are Still Learning and It's Going to Be Okay - eJewish Philanthropy

This article from Rabbi Amy Ross, one of our wonderful Special Needs Partnership Advisory Board Members, is a good reminder to us all that sometimes “good enough” is just right!

ejewishphilanthropy.com By Rabbi Amy Ross “We should take pictures of all these and create an album to share,” my husband commented as we gingerly sidestepped more sidewalk chalk art during our daily walk around the neighborhood. “Yeah, it’s inspirational.” I agreed distractedly. At that moment, it was hard to th...

04/24/2020

Jewish Family Service, Dallas

This will be the link that will premiere the virtual Woman to Woman Luncheon tomorrow at 12pm noon! Click 'get reminder' for easy access tomorrow. "See" you all then!

We hope you enjoy our virtual program and consider supporting Jewish Family Service as we continue to provide mental health and social services to the Greater Dallas community.

Please donate today at www.jfsdallas.givesmart.com

04/23/2020

In honor of starting a new book this week, the CHAI-5 Book Club had a “Harriet the Spy” 🕵️‍♀️ dress-up day with hoodies and shades. 😎

04/16/2020

Community Homes for Adults, Inc.

Great article about our SNP partner, CHAI, and all they are doing to continue giving and creating a wonderful life for their residents. Thank you for including the CHAI-5 Book Club, our first joint program between JFS and CHAI!

Thank you Deb Schulman Silverthorn and the Texas Jewish Post- TJP for a beautiful article about our residents, staff, volunteers and families!

http://tjpnews.com/volunteers-staff-lift-chai-residents-spirits/

04/08/2020

Whatever you are celebrating this year, we hope it will be joyful and meaningful. We know it will be interesting and unique -- and just wanted to let you know that we are sending you wishes for LOVE and LIGHT and FUN with your FAMILY!! We have compiled a list of things you can do together from games to art to exercise and all kinds of school resources to enjoy together. And, please mark your calendar for our next PERK virtual gathering on Wednesday, April 23rd at 7:00.

04/05/2020

Jewish Family Service, Dallas

With the shelter in place orders, those who live paycheck-to-paycheck have even greater anxiety about what the next few months look like as a result of COVID-19. Many who work in the hardest hit industries will no longer have the funds to pay for their rent, utilities, food, medication, mental health care and other basic needs items. That’s where we come in as #someonetoleanon. With your help, Jewish Family Service can keep the lights on for those who need it most…

We hope you’ll join us in showing them our community is rallying behind them by sharing this post and/or donating here or online at www.jfsdallas.org/donate.

Thank you for supporting JFS and being #someonetoleanon

04/03/2020

Today is World Autism Day, a day for Awareness, Inclusion, Compassion and Kindness. But...(and I know this is a rhetorical question) shouldn’t that be our way of life, every single day, and not just one day a year? That’s the goal and mission of The Special Needs Partnership! ❤️ Join us for our monthly PERK Parent and Guardians support group.💐

04/01/2020

Having a BLAST with our CHAI-5 Book Club. 😁 Talk about flexible— the awesome residents at CHAI, just finished the classic “A Wrinkle in Time” and will be watching the movie so we can compare the book with the new Disney film. Can’t wait! 🍿

03/27/2020

Jewish Family Service, Dallas

Hear from JFS Chief Executive Officer RIGHT NOW about what the agency is doing for those in need of financial and emotional assistance through COVID-19.

Learning how JFS Dallas is #someonetoleanon

03/24/2020

Our first virtual “CHAI-5” book club with our wonderful SNP partner, Community Homes for Adults, Inc. (CHAI). 💗😁 📖
And, of course, we ended with our “We are Family” jam session!

03/24/2020

After a Zoom conference call with our ECEC and Preschool Directors, we are in AWE of our incredible teachers now more than ever! Their imagination and creativity are truly inspiring— with daily classroom play dates, art, music, yoga, puppet shows, PJ parties, story times and Shabbat —our children are doing great through the turmoil in the outside world because their inside world (amazing parents included) is making them feel safe and connected to their teachers and friends! 💗

03/16/2020

Jewish Family Service, Dallas

In addition to the changes we have made to our client facing services, we have made the decision to cancel all agency meetings and events through Monday, April 20.

The COVID-19 situation is rapidly evolving, so we want to share the adjustments Jewish Family Service has made to ensure the health and safety of our staff, clients, and volunteers.

In abundance of caution, we have made the decision to close the building to clients starting tomorrow, March 17. Our leadership team will be evaluating our re-open date weekly, based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the City of Dallas. We have made arrangements to enable staff to continue serving our clients in a safe and effective manner. Those arrangements are outlined below.

Direct Client Services:
Intake: For individuals needing resources, support, or information, we encourage you to call our intake line, 972-437-9950 x340, Mon-Fri from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Food Pantry: We will be moving to prepared carts of food for all food pantry clients starting immediately. In order to minimize contact, clients will not "shop" for their food and will not have access to the building.

Kosher Home Delivered Meals: Meal distribution will continue at this time with modifications to reduce client/volunteer interaction. More information will be sent to those we serve.

Career and Financial Services: Coaches will be reaching out to their individual clients with options for continuing services virtually. All orientations, seminars, and workshops are currently canceled through Monday, April 20.

Older Adult Services: Clinicians will be reaching out to their individual clients with options for continuing services including telephone visits.

Clinical Services: Clinicians will be reaching out to their individual clients with options for continuing services including telephone visits.

Services to our Schools: Our school-based services will follow recommendations for continued remote services and are maintaining regular communication with the schools.

PLAN Clubhouse: The PLAN @ 1121 Rock Clubhouse will be closed starting tomorrow, March 17. While the facility remains closed, PLAN will conduct a daily conference call for members at 1:15 pm everyday for a community check in.

Resale Shop: The Resale Shop will be closed starting tomorrow through the rest of the week. We have also suspended donation acceptance at all locations.

Read the full announcement here:
https://myemail.constantcontact.com/JFS-Service-Delivery-Update--.html?soid=1011010771076&aid=nKkFNrVlbgE

03/10/2020

Hope you can join us for our March PERK Parent and Guardian Support Group!

03/08/2020

Congrats to our SNP Partner, The Friendship Circle of Dallas on another successful Walk 4 Friendship! 😁

03/06/2020

Please join our SNP Partner, The Friendship Circle is Dallas, for their 2nd Annual Walk 4 Friendship THIS SUNDAY 12-3 for a fun-filled day for the whole family! 😃

02/27/2020

Jewish Family Service, Dallas

The Faith Inclusion Network of Dallas (FIND) 2020 Symposium hosted by The Special Needs Partnership of Jewish Family Service and multiple faith communities in Dallas was a huge success.

More than 100 people from 40 different churches, temples, synagogues, and mosques in Dallas came together to share best practices and resources with the hope of better serving individuals with special needs/disabilities within all faith communities. Parents, educators, and faith leaders all had a “seat at the table” to brainstorm what we can do to create a culture of belonging for all.

Special thank you to our Advisory Council and Keynote Speakers for sharing your expertise at the symposium!

Check back soon for what’s coming next for FIND at www.find2020.org.

02/12/2020

Thank you to our JFS Young Leadership Board for sponsoring such an awesome Inclusion Experience this weekend! The room was packed with great energy, thoughtful comments and true empathy, compassion and understanding.
Thank you also to our volunteers: Melissa Weinfeld Ackerman, Sue Mintz, and Leah Guskin for leading this wonderful group of young professionals!

Videos (show all)

We will end with this thought and wish: “I believe that people with disabilities and special needs should be treated lik...
This time together after the Inclusion Experience is so special. All the students share their creative writing about wha...
Here are a few examples from our sharing circle:
The Friendship Circle Dance Party! 😃 Come join the fun!!

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5402 Arapaho Rd
Dallas, TX
75248
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