Chag Shavuot Sameach!
“Make me do things it looks like I don’t want to do”. This is a tall order. My son, who has autism, typed this message out at age 20 (he Continue Reading →
The festival of Shavuot (Weeks, so called because it comes 7 weeks after Pesach) could reasonably be called the “forgotten” festival. Although it is one of the three major pilgrimage Continue Reading →
Join us for our Sensory Exploration Picnic! Sensory Picnic Flyer SensoryPicnicOaklandforAll6.3.17
In May 2016, the City of Pittsburgh’s Affordable Housing Task Force prepared a report recommending several affordable housing policies to the Mayor’s Office. The task force noted the “compelling need to Continue Reading →
The business case for hiring people with disabilities took center stage at a recent event held in partnership between the National Disability Institute, the Kessler Foundation and the Poses Family Continue Reading →
If you are a nature lover and enjoy the great outdoors, then you should visit a few National Parks this summer. However, before you leave for your destination, make sure Continue Reading →