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Showing posts from August 21, 2016

Voting Resources

Thousands of people with disabilities in Indiana are waiting for services. Medicaid recipients face cutbacks. Too many Hoosiers with disabilities are unemployed. These issues, and many others, are why citizens with disabilities – you – need to get involved in elections. Policymakers make decisions that impact most aspects of your daily life, so you need to have a say. Exercising your right to vote gives you a voice in this process.  Do you know your voting rights? Are you interested in helping others register to vote? Use the resources listed below to make sure your voice is heard this Election Day on  Tuesday, November 8th .     Order Your Voting Guide  This free 54 page booklet provides information on voting including key dates, access requirements for polling places and voting machines, how to check to make sure you are registered, how to find out who your candidates are and research their records, different ways to cast your ballot, voter identification requirements, helpfu

Q&A about Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Plans

Does your child struggle with behaviors that impede learning at school? Do you know about Functional Behavior Plans and Behavior Intervention Plans? Learn more here: If you missed our twitter chat, you're in luck! We are sharing it here as well. Feel free to contact us for more information. 317 944 8982 [ View the story "Functional Behavioral Assessment & Behavior Intervention Plan Chat" on Storify ]

Legislative Forum Indianapolis 9.8

The Presidential race is not the only one being decided in November. On election day, voters will also choose the members of the Indiana House of Representatives and half of the Indiana Senate (other half will be elected  in two years ). To help you and the people and families we serve learn more about these candidates, Noble will host a  Legislative Forum : Thursday, Sept. 8 6:30 – 8:30 pm Noble East 7701 E. 21 st  Street Indianapolis