The Vermont Leadership Series trains Vermonters with developmental disabilities, and their family members, to be advocates for positive social change. Nearly 100 Vermonters have participated so far. Graduates get involved! For example, more than half of a typical Leadership Class joins a board or advisory work group. Leadership participants also get a chance to connect […]
Vermont’s current Special Education Rules (dated 6/1/13) issued by the Vermont Agency of Education are now available on the Vermont Family Network website. Please call our helpline at 1-800-800-4005 or (802) 876-5315 whenever you have questions about special education or the Rules. We’re here to listen and help!
If you made a resolution to quit smoking in the new year and are struggling with your confidence to stay quit, 802Quits can help. Free resources by phone, online or in person can improve your chances of success. There are many reasons to quit, including improved health, family and loved ones, because of an illness […]
Thanks to Rebecca O’Reilly MS, RD, Vermont Department of Health, for submitting this article. I don’t know what happened to fall, but somehow here we are smack in the middle of the school year. The holidays are behind us and we’ve once again settled into a relative state of normalcy, or at least routine. Routine […]
VocRehab VT and partners are excited to share that we are starting a Youth Advisory Council. The goal is to ensure that individuals with disabilities, ages 14 to 24, have a voice regarding transition services for young adults, both in school and out of school. The council can be a great opportunity for individuals to […]
Baseball to Benefit VFN! You can now purchase your “May Days” tickets right up until game day! When you purchase Lake Monsters tickets for the specific VFN date (Sunday, August 19th) using the specific link below, a portion of every ticket will go to VFN! That night is also “fleece blanket night” so you don’t […]
Local supporters, Creative Labels of Vermont and The Gibney Family Foundation sponsored our May puppet shows at Vermont schools. The puppets presented shows on Cultural Diversity, Bullying Prevention, Children’s Mental Health, Healthy Snacking, and Autism Demystification. Here’s what the kids are saying: “I learned there is a difference between being rude, mean and bullying.” 4th […]