Families are invited to attend the Covid-19 information forum with Dr. Mark Viron, Advocates Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Viron will provide updated vaccine related information and answer questions families with special needs loved ones have about the vaccine.
The Commonwealth is working with local Boards of Health and developed a statewide program to offer in-home vaccinations for homebound individuals who cannot leave their home to get to a vaccination site. Homebound Vaccination Program Central Intake Line 1-833-983-0485 Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM The Homebound Vaccination Program Central Intake Line is available in English and Spanish and will have translators available to support residents in approximately 100 additional languages.
On March 31, for the special DAY OF GIVING, 100% OF SALES will be DONATED to the Flutie Foundation to help people and families with autism. As you know, we recently received a grant from the Flutie Foundation that will allow the Autism Alliance to provide vacation programs and family special events. Mark your calendars and grab delicious subs for lunch or dinner at one of the 16 Jersey Mike’s partner locations. Your purchase will directly make a difference in the lives of those with autism. Click here to visit the 16 partner stores who are donating 100% of sales to the Flutie Foundation.
This is open to Families with loved ones who have been found eligible for The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) within the Metro area. For questions please contact: Lauri Medeiros, Metro – Boston Coordinator at (617) 605-7404 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fitness with Faith
Tuesday, March 30 at 4:00 PM
Time for Fitness is a fun low-impact fitness class that gives the participants the opportunity to select their favorite songs that are added into a playlist for the group to enjoy and move too. All ages welcome! (Siblings too) Click on the link to join.
In this class participants will share their favorite interests and take turns exploring fun topics while creating a group power point together. Faith is a fourth year Psychology student at Salve Regina, and a sibling of a brother with Autism. All ages are welcome.