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Dyslexia and Grant Funding 101

October 25, 2023

Marcia Maust will provide an informative presentation on the thinking style of the dyslexic learner and how that perceptual talent can lead to the development of a learning disability.

Safety and Social Media

August 31, 2023

Join us as we explore the nuances of using the internet responsibly. In this digital age, the internet is woven into our daily lives, and it's crucial to navigate it safely.

Preparing Your Child for College

August 4, 2023

Planning for College with Achieva

August 1, 2023

Access to Higher Education Using Medicaid Waiver Funding

May 25, 2023

If you have an adult child who receives Medicaid waiver funding, you may be able to use those funds for payment of higher education tuition, fees, and support services.

Employment Outcomes for Students in Inclusive College Programs

May 25, 2023

Using the IEP to Pay for College

May 25, 2023

Charting The Lifecourse

March 22, 2023

Life is all about transitions. In this webinar, explore how to apply the Charting the Lifecourse framework and tools to transition throughout the life stages.

What is the "A Home of My Own" Program and Housing Tenancy?

January 18, 2023

What is the "A Home of My Own" Program and Housing Tenancy? Join Achieva's Michelle Stockunas to learn about the waiver services that make living in a home of your own possible.

The Intersectionality of Race and Disability

November 9, 2022

The presentation will cover the scope and parameters of the project and introduce the audience to five BIPOCs who have lived at the intersection of race and disability in Western Pennsylvania.

Why Paid Work Experience is Important to Students with Disabilities

October 13, 2022

Join us for an enlightening discussion with Mary Hartley, Executive Director of the PEAL Center, as we shed light on the importance of paid work experience for students with disabilities.

Update to Federal Guidance On (School) Discipline

September 22, 2022

This webinar covers the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights and Office of Special Education Programs issued guidance on behavior support and discipline of students with disabilities