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North County Church Quadrant Meeting - St. Louis, MO

  • November 1, 2017
  • Categories: Church Relations

Grace Church St. Louis and Joni and Friends Central Midwest Region are partnering to host a meeting where you  will:

  1. Learn how to better serve persons with disabilities and their families at your church.
  2. Share how you serve persons with disabilities and their families regularly at your church.
  3. See how Grace Church serves children and young adults through their Special Edition Class.
  4. Talk about how together churches in our area can serve these families more effectively.

**This is for leaders and interested persons from St. Charles County Churches.  Persons with disabilities are also welcome.

Time: 9:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: 22695 Creve Coeur Mil Rd, St. Louis, MO 63043
Cost: Free
Contact: Judy Redlich, Church Relations Manager, JOni and Friends Central Midwest Region St. Louis; jredlich@joniandfriends.org or 314-773-5664

Registration opens soon.

St. Charles County Church Quadrant Meeting - St. Charles, MO

  • November 6, 2017
  • Categories: Church Relations

Harvester Christian Church and Joni and Friends Central Midwest Region are partnering to host a meeting where you  will:

  1. Learn how to better serve persons with disabilities and their families at your church.
  2. Share how you serve persons with disabilities and their families regularly at your church.
  3. Experience how Harvester Christian Church serves persons with disabilities.
  4. Talk about how, together churches in our area can serve these families more effectively.

**This is for leaders and interested persons from St. Charles County Churches.  Persons with disabilities are also welcome.

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Harvester Christian Church, 2950 Kings Crossing, St. Charles, MO 63303
Cost: Free
Contact: Judy Redlich, Church Relations Manager, JOni and Friends Central Midwest Region St. Louis; jredlich@joniandfriends.org or 314-773-5664

Registration ...

Education & Training Resources

Alternative Designs for Special Education (ADSE)

  • June 7, 2010

Alternative Designs for Special Education (ADSE) empowers private school educators and parents to effectively serve and support students with special needs. Through leadership development, strategic planning, and enrichment opportunities, ADSE equips private school communities to develop and sustain special needs programs.

Ability Magazine

  • March 24, 2010

Its goal is to help remove the misunderstandings and erase the stereotypes that surround disability issues. Ability provides information on new technologies, the "Americans with Disabilities Act," travel and leisure, employment opportunities for people with disabilities, human interest stories, national and local resource centers, and more.

Helping Kids Include Kids with Disabilities

  • March 24, 2010

by: Barbara J. Newman

This book is an excellent plan for building awareness among children. It teaches them how to understand their peers who have special needs. It is packed with information about specific areas of disability, lesson plans, letters, and devotionals for families. Ms. Newman leads training seminars and writes curriculum for children with special needs.

Softcover • 95 pages

HealingWell.com

  • March 24, 2010

HealingWell.com offers health resources, interactive tools, and community support to enable individual's with diseases, disorders and chronic conditions to take control of their illness and start the healing process. They feature health articles, medical news, video webcasts, community message boards and chat rooms, clinical healthcare resources, email, newsletters, books and reviews, and resource link directories on a wide ...

Sports 'N Spokes

  • March 24, 2010

Sports 'N Spokes, published by the Paralyzed Veterans of America, is an international publication dedicated to all aspects of wheelchair sports and recreational activities. It covers a wide range of topics on training, nutrition, people in sports, international competition, new products, a calendar of events, and sports/recreational activities.

longtermcarelink.net

  • March 24, 2010

This service assists in contacting long term care providers or advisors in your area who may be helpful to you—without charge. Members of the National Care Planning Council abide by an ethical code of conduct to assure honest, fair and equitable treatment. However, the background and business practice of referrals by this service is not verified and determination of the ...

Including People with Disabilities in Faith Communities

  • March 24, 2010

by: Erik W. Carter

This book addresses how congregations, families, and service providers can work together to support the full participation of individuals with disabilities in the faith community of their choice.

Softcover • 236 pages

Stroke Connection

  • March 24, 2010

This bi-monthy magazine is written for stroke survivors and family caregivers with in-depth & practical information on conditions such as aphasia, central pain, high blood pressure, and depression. Featured are tips for daily living from healthcare professionals and inspiration from other stroke survivors for coping with new and ongoing challenges. Stroke Connection keeps abreast of news about treatments, research, public ...

National Institute on Aging (NIA)

  • March 24, 2010

NIA offers a variety of information on health and aging. Publications may be ordered from website. Publications may be ordered from website.

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.

  • March 23, 2010

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