Entries by Meghan or Rebecca

Together We Can Learn Conference

Location: University of Kansas Edwards Campus Best Conference Center 12600 S Quivira Rd. Overland Park, Kansas   Speaker: Dr. Patrick Schwarz, professor, author, motivational speaker and leader in Education (Inclusive Education, Special Education, General Education, Educational Leadership) From Disabilities to Possibility: 5 Keys to Achieving an Inclusive Life- One of the keys to achieving an […]

Team UP for Down Syndrome “Special Day at the K!” Check It Out!

Hello friends and Happy Summer! The Royal’s and Rex and Jennifer Hudler’s Team Up for Down Syndrome are hosting their annual “Special Day at the K” Sunday, September 29, 2019, honoring Michelle Ford and Raegan Schurr of the YMCA of Greater Kansas City’s Challenger Program.   Please team up with us by posting the attached information on your various social media […]

Together We Can Learn Conference Is On September 28, 2019!

Good Afternoon Please share the following information with your staff, parents and anyone who cares for or about children/youth who have disabilities and/or special health care needs. We are super excited to share information about our Sept. 28, 2019 Together We Can Learn Conference in Overland Park. Whether your child or a student you serve or support […]

“Intelligent Lives”- A Free Movie Screening & Opportunity Fair For Intellectually Challenged Adults

Event name: “Intelligent Lives ” – Opening Doors to Inclusive Pathways. Event includes a movie screening as well as an Opportunity Fair with numerous agencies, organizations, and institutions providing information regarding their programs and opportunities for intellectually challenged adults. Date: August 27, 2019 Time: 6 – 8 p.m. Place: United Methodist Church of the Resurrection […]

HCBS Final Rule Presentation Dates

Draft State HCBS Settings Final Rule On March 17, 2014, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued the Home and Community Based Services Settings Rule (called the “Rule” in this transition plan). The Rule requires states to review and evaluate Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) settings, including residential and nonresidential settings. States are […]