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Parent/Caregiver Zoom Support Group – Sheridan, Englewood and Littleton School districts Fall Plan Discussion.
August 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us for our ongoing “Zoom Support Groups” on Tuesday, Aug 4, 2020 at 7 PM. We will be focusing on how these three school districts (Sheridan, Englewood and Littleton) fall plan for returning to school. Please join us as we discuss the plans, talk about options and support each other plans. Feel free to just listen in on the conversation. The intent is to reduce isolation. Even though we are not able to physically be together, we are not alone in getting through this crisis.
Register in advance for this meeting (Required)
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Let’s talk plans, Sheridan, Englewood and Littleton School Districts plan for the fall. Our outstanding child advocates Cg La Scala and Tona Collins will cover the basics of the plan then join the conversation around your thoughts and concerns.
Cg La Scala works primarily with families who have school-aged children with disabilities. A former teacher, Cg spent several years with Developmental Pathways serving adults with I/DD and mental illness in program management before she started her career with The Arc Arapahoe & Douglas Counties in 1984. Cg has a great sense of the practical application of state and federal laws in advocating for people with disabilities drawn from a wealth of experience.
Tona Collins taught life skills to individuals with acquired brain injuries at Developmental Disability Consultants before joining The Arc Arapahoe & Douglas Counties. She is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist, Breakthrough Parenting Instructor, and recognized parenting expert in Adams, Jefferson, and Denver County. Tona has a knack for meeting people where they are in life and helping them gather the resources they need to sustain their household and wellbeing. During her career, she has provided intensive home-based wrap around services to individuals with I/DD, supervised visitations for families involved with the Department of Human Services, and facilitated parenting groups tailored to meet the needs of people with disabilities.