OVR Early Reach!!!

OVR Early Reach!!!

*Autism Sharing and Parenting, Inc.*

*Wednesday, April 16, 2014*

*6:15pm-8pm*

*Community Behavioral Health*

*801 Market Street**, 7th Floor*

*Philadelphia**, **PA* *19107*

*(Enter from ***8th Street** across from Ross)*

*Light meal provided*

Please join us for a discussion about the Early Reach Initiative with Early
Reach Coordinators:

Jill Grossberg, MSS, LSW and

Cameo Posey, MSS, LSW

The PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) is a state agency that
provides a variety of services to eligible individuals with disabilities to
assist them to prepare for, obtain, and maintain employment. PA OVR is
expanding their efforts to outreach to youth with disabilities through an
initiative named EARLY REACH.

*Please RSVP for an accurate head-count****

Call RSVP Line: 215-413-7106 ~or~ Email:

NASYA06@MSN.COM


*Autism Sharing and Parenting, Inc.*

*Wednesday, April 16, 2014*

*6:15pm-8pm*

*Community Behavioral Health*

*801 Market Street**, 7th Floor*

*Philadelphia**, **PA* *19107*

*(Enter from ***8th Street** across from Ross)*

*Light meal provided*

Please join us for a discussion about the Early Reach Initiative with Early
Reach Coordinators:

Jill Grossberg, MSS, LSW and

Cameo Posey, MSS, LSW

The PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) is a state agency that
provides a variety of services to eligible individuals with disabilities to
assist them to prepare for, obtain, and maintain employment. PA OVR is
expanding their efforts to outreach to youth with disabilities through an
initiative named EARLY REACH.

The Early Reach Initiative is an outreach service through the Office of
Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) to enhance current services for youth with
disabilities whom are age 14 and over. Early Reach Coordinators can help to
begin a conversation about youths' future job goals, to facilitate planning
for a work life after high school, and OVR can assist with the supports
necessary to train for, obtain, and maintain employment.

*What is ASP?*

*ASP is a volunteer run, 501(c)3 community-based, support group with the
following goals:*

- To provide a support system for children with a diagnosis of Autistic
Spectrum Disorder and their families

- To educate the under-informed and culturally diverse populations in
the Philadelphia area

- To advocate for Children with ASD and their families

- To increase awareness of Autism and related families issues

* www.autismsharingandparenting.org
*

*Please RSVP for an accurate head-count****

Call RSVP Line: 215-413-7106 ~or~ Email:

NASYA06@MSN.COM

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indeed it is the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead