When “high functioning” may, or may not, mean independence for your child. Does your child struggle with executive functioning, sensory, attention, memory, mood issues or age appropriate independence skills? As our kids’ approach “post-secondary” age, what are their opportunities, what supports and services are in place for them? How do we access those? Will my child even qualify? What about vocation and education? Do we need a special needs trust?
Learn coordinated financial and legal strategies that provide a desired outcome for your child and family. Explore potential eligibilities for public benefits, resources and services that benefit your high functioning child.
Presentation by: Melissa J. Edelman, CLU, ChSNC and Luke Wheeland, Director of Community Outreach & Education, The Arc of Arapahoe/Douglas
Doors open at 5:30 pm with refreshments with presentation from 6:00-7:30
RSVP by Tuesday, March 10th to Lucie Cardwell at email@example.com or call 720-259-6070
How does Humanex Academy determine a SNOW DAY?
Humanex Academy will close for a SNOW DAY if two of the four major school districts close. The districts include Jeffco, Cherry Creek, Denver Public Schools, and Douglas County. OR, we will close, if a large number of small districts/private schools close in our area are closing.
Closure will be posted on news sites, Humanex Academy social media, this website AND you will receive an email from either Kati Cahill or Tom Welch.
However, parents are always the authority on travel in inclement weather, so please choose what is best for your student and your travel situation.