Cape Abilities and F.O.R.W.A.R.D. invite you to a free ALEC training program tonight, April 26th!

Filed in Blog by on April 1, 2016

1 CollageCape Abilities and F.O.R.W.A.R.D (Friends or Relatives With Autism Related Disabilities) invite you to a very special free ALEC* training program presented by The Arc of South Norfolk Family Autism Center called “Safety Training For Families Of Children With Special Needs And Their Families”, Tonight, April 26th from 6-8pm.

imagesThis informative training, being held at the West Dennis Graded School House, 67 School Street in West Dennis, will address ways that parents, guardians and caregivers can better prepare themselves and children for an emergency that may involve intervention from First Responders.

ALEC (*Autism and Law Enforcement Education Coalition) training helps foster a deeper understanding of autism spectrum disorders among public safety and law enforcement personnel.

Autistic-Child-StickerThis session provides a unique opportunity for families and caregivers to learn from the ALEC program and how first responders are being specially trained to successfully assist those with autism and other disabilities.

Please join us for this special, free informative evening. Spread the word with family and friends – everyone is invited.

To register, please contact Peggy Boskey, via email at pboskey@capeabilities.org, or by phone, during business hours, at 508-778-5040 x812.

Sponsored by Cape Abilities, F.O.R.W.A.R.D. and The Arc of South Norfolk Family Autism Center.

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