This webinar will feature a staff attorney from Disability Rights New York who will explain what your child’s rights are in New York’s Early Intervention program. Early Intervention provides services to infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities. The webinar is designed for parents whose children are being evaluated or are enrolled in the program, but all are welcome. You will learn what your child’s rights are and what your options are if those rights are not being met.
Online WebinarThursday, September 286:30 – 7:30pm
To register and receive the Zoom link, sign up here.
At the Town Hall you will hear the stories of Rochester families, learn about solutions that work to reduce child poverty, and have the chance to tell elected officials and other community leaders which solutions you support.
Light food and child care will be available. All are welcome. Please register so we can plan for the number of people and children.
In-person EventMonday, October 25:30 – 7:00pmIbero Community Resource Center216 Clifford Avenue, Rochester
To register, sign up here.
Learn why so many infants & toddlers with developmental delays & disabilities are waiting for Early Intervention services. Connection with parents and communities across New York who want kids to get the support they need, when they need it. Act together to make a difference!
Online webinarTuesday, October 106:30 – 7:45pm
Learn effective ways to communicate with legislators, how to time advocacy actions to have the most impact, and tips for making government policies fair for all kids.
If you missed this event or want to view it again, click here to watch a recording of the presentation.
The Children’s Agenda1 South Washington St., Suite 120Rochester, NY 14614Find Us With Google Maps(585) 256-2620
The Children’s Agenda advocates for effective policies and drives evidenced-based solutions for the health, education and success of children. We are especially committed to children who are vulnerable because of poverty, racism, health inequities and trauma.