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See links for fliers and additional information below. If you are interested in any of the following please contact the respective provider directly.

October 21st - “Footsteps to Transition

  • Footsteps to Transition: An event for middle and high school students with special needs, with their families, to assist in making a successful transition to adult life and independence.
  • Date: October 21, 2017
  • Time: 8:30-12:00pm
  • Download Flyer Here

October 22nd - “AUTISM” AWARENESS fundraiser Night

  • DATE: SUN., OCT. 22, 2017; 4pm-9pm
  • PLACE: LOLA’ S Grill & Bar in Honolulu – 1108 Keeaumoku St. 96814
  • PARKING: Free validated
  • Please join us as we support affected families of Autism…
    Encouraging testimonies, free pupus & dessert, Live Music, Dancing,
  • Drawing : for diamond ring & other gifts…
  • COST: $20.00 per person OR MORE DONATION…
  • CHILDREN UNDER 5 FREE… LOLA’S RESERVATIONS: (808) 479-6004
  • *************QUESTIONS CONTACT : YVETTE (808)306-5393****************

October 26th - Opiod Use and Abuse

Surfer's Healing Hawaii - Celebrating 20 Years!!

CAMHD just posted a new RFP for Community-Based Residential Treatment program.

We are very much hoping to encourage some agencies who are not currently providing residential treatment for CAMHD to submit proposals to provide this crucial level of care for Hawaii youth. It is RFP 460-18-01 and can be found at: http://gpcprod.spo.hawaii.gov/spo2/health/rfp103f/

October 26th - Opiod Use and Abuse

7.     Footsteps to Transition: An event for middle and high school students with special needs, with their families, to assist in making a successful transition to adult life and independence.  Date: October 21, 2017 Time: 8:30-12:00pm (See attached flyer)

Smart Clock

Goally is a startup developing a “smart clock” to enhance your child’s ability to perform routine activities of daily living independently.  Goally is a stress-reducer for busy parents and a way of helping children develop a sense of mastery and control.

They are currently seeking beta testers to test a prototype Goally for 2 weeks (zero cost) and provide feedback.  Beta volunteers should:

  • Have a child with autism between the ages of 5 and 18
  • Be willing to provide feedback by phone and via the app during the test period

Go to https://goally.co/AS002 to sign up and learn more.

UCPA of Hawaii/MAC-Plus Program

UCPA of Hawaii continues to offer recreational activities for people with disabilities, through its MAC-Plus Program, funded by The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation.

2017 Graduation Dates

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