Event Calendar

This calendar is set up by city to make it easier to search what is happening near YOU!

Oct
23
Tue
Richland – IEP Solutions – How to Refer for an Evaluation, 504 Plans, Behavior and Transition @ The Arc of Tri-Cities
Oct 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Richland - IEP Solutions - How to Refer for an Evaluation, 504 Plans, Behavior and Transition @ The Arc of Tri-Cities | Richland | Washington | United States

Please join us as Sherry Mashburn, with PAVE, presents and answers questions about Special Education. Learn how to advocate for your child and learn what their rights are. Spanish support available!

Oct
25
Thu
Othello – Challenging Behaviors: Anatomy of a Meltdown and what is a Positive Behavior Support Plan @ Othello CBHA Clinic Classroom
Oct 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Othello - Challenging Behaviors: Anatomy of a Meltdown and what is a Positive Behavior Support Plan @ Othello CBHA Clinic Classroom  | Othello | Washington | United States

Looking for help with that challenging behavior or the child that melts down and struggles to recover? The presentations offered will give you hands on information that you can easily apply and start using in your homes, communities and classrooms. 

Anatomy Of A Meltdown
Presented By, Lee Ferguson, MSW & LICSW DDA/DSHS

Behavior Support Plans and the IEP 
Presented By, Sherry Mashburn ,WA PAVE

Clock/STARS hours upon request.

Lunch NOT provided 12:00pm‐1:00pm

Space is limited so please register by October
19th.

For more information contact Jennifer Newhouse 509‐764‐7424 Lunch will not be provided, a sufficient break will be made available from 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Tacoma – Telling Your Story with a Purpose @ PC2 Office
Oct 25 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Tacoma - Telling Your Story with a Purpose @ PC2 Office | Tacoma | Washington | United States

Do you want to make your voice heard?

Join us for this free workshop on advocacy and leadership.

Learn to:

  • Identify a policy or issue related to child health or other needs where you would like to make a difference
  • Get your point across effectively using your family’s experiences as an example
  • Present your message and personal story to advocate for change in policies or practices

And meet other parents and caregivers!

**In partnership with PC2

Oct
26
Fri
Richland – Monthly Trainings in Central Washington @ Round Table Pizza
Oct 26 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Richland - Monthly Trainings in Central Washington @ Round Table Pizza | Richland | Washington | United States

Parents can bring their IEP’s or assessments and together we offer support and information.No appointment necessary.

We also share current updates in special education.

Take advantage of this opportunity to have your own Parent Training and Information Specialist with you and be informed on your rights and your children’s rights.

If you have any questions or to confirm attendance, please call Sherry Mashburn at 509-439-9880 or email smashburn@wapave.org

 

University Place – Pumpkin Decorating For Ages 14 and Up @ Art Studio 27
Oct 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
University Place - Pumpkin Decorating For Ages 14 and Up @ Art Studio 27 | University Place | Washington | United States

Come enjoy a night of fun painting pumpkins with us! 

BYOP! (Bring your own Pumpkin!) to decorate – We will supply the art supplies and cookies! 

You must register to join us! Space is limited!

Check out Art Studio 27 website

Oct
27
Sat
Spokane – PAVE Parent Training Information Volunteer Training @ North Spokane Library
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Spokane – PAVE Parent Training Information Volunteer Training @ North Spokane Library | Spokane | Washington | United States

Topics that will be covered:

  • Laws, WACs
  • Evaluation
  • IEP’s
  • Supporting families who have student’s receiving special education services 
  • Volunteer expectations
  • Volunteer forms
Oct
29
Mon
Alabama – STOMP Workshop at Maxwell AFB @ Maxwell Air Force Base
Oct 29 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Alabama - STOMP Workshop at Maxwell AFB @ Maxwell Air Force Base | Montgomery | Alabama | United States

Please note: Workshop is for 2 days – October 29 – 30th from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. When you register, your seat will be reserved for both days. 

For information on the installation and/or the location of the workshop please contact:

Lela Brown, EFMP-FS

334-953-7532 lela.brown@us.af.mil                                                                           

FAQs

Why should I attend?

STOMP provides information about parent rights and responsibilities in achieving special education services for military children whether located in the United States or overseas. STOMP also assists military families in accessing resources for their children by enabling them to navigate a variety of educational and medical systems/programs, both military and civilian, regardless of their current duty station/location.

Can my child(ren) attend the workshop with me?

Please bring your child(ren) if you are not able to obtain childcare for all or part of each day you are able to attend.

Why do you need my email address to register?

We use your email address to alert you of reminders, changes, and cancellations. We will also use your email address to add you to PAVE newsletter.

Why do you need my cell phone number to register?

We use your cell phone number to alert you of reminders, changes, and cancellations.

I have never been on this installation before, how do I get there?

For information on the installation and/or the location of the workshop please contact:

Lela Brown, EFMP-FS

334-953-7532 lela.brown@us.af.mil

Oct
30
Tue
Alabama – STOMP Workshop at Maxwell AFB @ Maxwell Air Force Base
Oct 30 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Alabama - STOMP Workshop at Maxwell AFB @ Maxwell Air Force Base | Montgomery | Alabama | United States

Please note: Workshop is for 2 days – October 29 – 30th from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. When you register, your seat will be reserved for both days. 

For information on the installation and/or the location of the workshop please contact:

Lela Brown, EFMP-FS

334-953-7532 lela.brown@us.af.mil                                                                           

FAQs

Why should I attend?

STOMP provides information about parent rights and responsibilities in achieving special education services for military children whether located in the United States or overseas. STOMP also assists military families in accessing resources for their children by enabling them to navigate a variety of educational and medical systems/programs, both military and civilian, regardless of their current duty station/location.

Can my child(ren) attend the workshop with me?

Please bring your child(ren) if you are not able to obtain childcare for all or part of each day you are able to attend.

Why do you need my email address to register?

We use your email address to alert you of reminders, changes, and cancellations. We will also use your email address to add you to PAVE newsletter.

Why do you need my cell phone number to register?

We use your cell phone number to alert you of reminders, changes, and cancellations.

I have never been on this installation before, how do I get there?

For information on the installation and/or the location of the workshop please contact:

Lela Brown, EFMP-FS

334-953-7532 lela.brown@us.af.mil

Oct
31
Wed
Tacoma – Parent Support Group @ PAVE Headquarters
Oct 31 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Tacoma - Parent Support Group @ PAVE Headquarters | Tacoma | Washington | United States

Parenting is stressful for everyone and parenting a child with special needs is unique and can be isolating. Come to join us for coffee or tea with other parents who get it. This group is about emotional support, laughter, sharing resources and just having a safe place to talk about whatever is on your mind.

Support for parents and caregivers of children with disabilities or special health care needs

HOW WE SUPPORT EACH OTHER
• Parents supporting each other
• Connecting to other parents
• Sharing community resources
• Building community

Nov
5
Mon
Gig Harbor – Parent Support Group @ Gig Harbor Markee
Nov 5 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Gig Harbor - Parent Support Group @ Gig Harbor Markee | Gig Harbor | Washington | United States

Parenting is stressful for everyone and parenting a child with special needs is unique and can be isolating. Come to join us for coffee or tea with other parents who get it. This group is about emotional support, laughter, sharing resources and just having a safe place to talk about whatever is on your mind.

Support for parents and caregivers of children with disabilities or special health care needs

HOW WE SUPPORT EACH OTHER
• Parents supporting each other
• Connecting to other parents
• Sharing community resources
• Building community