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Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities, 600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI 02908, 401-456-8072

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January 29, 2015
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New Assistive Technology (AT) Factsheets from AbleData to assist individuals and caregivers

AT for Parenting with a Disability – introduces AT products and Do-It-Yourself tips to help with daily tasks of caring for a child pdf logo image

“Make Your Own” Tech Still Works for Many – highlights low-to-medium assistive devices that individuals can make on their own using common items pdf logo image

Voting Success for People with Disabilities – addresses voting rights and technology to help with access pdf logo image

January 14, 2015
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Catherine T. Murray Memorial Scholarship

The Catherine T. Murray Memorial Scholarship is now accepting applications for its scholarship that was established in 1995 by Catherine T. Murray. Catherine was a board member and a valued volunteer at OSCIL who wished to support the philosophy and spirit of OSCIL through a scholarship which would facilitate access to education for persons having disability.

Qualified applicants for this $1000 Scholarship must be Rhode Island residents with significant disability and seeking financial assistance to attend college or technical school. This can include enrollment in an academic, trade, or vocational program. This scholarship can used for the attainment of assistive/adaptive equipment or device to access such educational opportunity. Preference is based on merit, economic need and educational goals. Applicants will be screened by the Scholarship Advisory Committee. OSCIL Board, staff and their families are excluded. Applications are available at www.oscil.org, or contact Carol McKenna, by email at cmckenna@oscil.org or call 738-1013 ext 20. Applications must be postmarked by March 25, 2015.

January 12, 2015
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Understanding Trauma’s Impact on Young Children: Implementing a Trauma-Informed Curriculum - January 29, February 12 & 26, Warwick, RI

Painful and stressful experiences early in life can have a lasting effect on children’s growth and development. This series provides a comprehensive overview of the impact of these experiences on young children and introduces Trauma-Informed Care as an effective strategy for working with these children in a child care setting. The sessions will highlight the importance of building trusting relationships and recognizing cues and triggers while supporting children with a history of trauma. Participants can earn up to 15 PD hours by attending three face-to-face sessions. For more information on this or other trainings opportunities, visit the Center for Early Learning Professionals website.


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