A Brief Overview By the time you are 16 years old, the school is required to invite you to your IEP meetings. You can attend any time, and leading your own meeting is a great way to learn important skills. If you need more help at school or aren’t learning what you need to learn, Read More
In the second episode of Journeys in Healthcare from a Youth Perspective, Alissa shares about her experience with multiple healthcare needs. From getting diagnosed with asthma as a baby, to getting diagnosed with chronic depression and anxiety, panic disorder, and selective mutism in second grade. Then later in high school Alyssa got diagnosed with Autism. Read More
PAVE, is so grateful to work with Bianca who takes time to volunteer in the main office two to three times a week for the past three years. Bianca talks about volunteering and stepping out of her comfort zone is a learning experience for her. She is gaining new skills, mainly in computer and organizational Read More
Meet Ivanova, IDD civil rights advocate telling you all about her life.
Students with disabilities are bullied at a higher rate than their typical peers. October is National Bullying Prevention Month, providing a good opportunity to review information about available resources and actions families can take. According to Disability Scoop magazine, about half of individuals with autism, intellectual disabilities, speech impairments and learning disabilities are bullied at Read More