Agency Events

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  • Basic Rights in Special Education Workshop!

    Wednesday, Feb 7 @ 5:30pm-7:30pm
    361 Main Street, Athol, MA

    Sandy Fitzpatrick is a Workshop Trainer from The Federation for Children with Special Needs. She is an experienced and qualified parent advocate and special education consultant.
    She will present a basic understanding of special education laws and procedures. Participants are encouraged to ask specific questions regarding their family member.

    Refreshments will be served.


  • Coffee & Conversation

    Friday, Feb 23, 2018 @ 8:30am-10:30am
    294 Avenue A, Turners Falls

    Join us for Coffee & Conversation on inclusion, choice, and independence with your legislators from Franklin, Hampshire, Hampden, & Worcester Counties! Featuring stories of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families and advocates.

    RSVP to Saera Hanlon by February 2, 2017
    (413) 774-5558 x 1058
    saerahanlon@unitedarc.org
    Please join us even if you cannot RSVP!


  • Basic Rights in Special Education Workshop!

    Tuesday, Feb 13 @ 5:30pm-7:30pm
    294 Avenue A, Turners Falls, MA

    Sandy Fitzpatrick is a Workshop Trainer from The Federation for Children with Special Needs. She is an experienced and qualified parent advocate and special education consultant.
    She will present a basic understanding of special education laws and procedures. Participants are encouraged to ask specific questions regarding their family member.

    Refreshments will be served.


  • Fine Arts Club, by Friends in Common

    Wednesday, @ 6pm-8pm
    294 Avenue A, Turners Falls

    Self-expression is incredibly important in order to be who you are and explore your talents and passions. The Fine Arts Club will cover a variety of different art expressions, such as photography, writing, painting, knitting, and music. Join us, and discover your unique gifts and abilities!


  • Adventure Club, by North Quabbin Friends

    Thursday, @ 6pm-8pm
    361 Main Street, Athol

    A sense of adventure and discovery is incredibly important in order to be who you are and explore your talents and passions. The adventure Club will participate in hiking, exploring, watching films, and creating science experiments. Join us in finding out more of your unique gifts, and to try new things!


  • Pioneer Club -- Self Advocacy Group

    Thursday, @ 6pm-8pm
    294 Avenue A, Turners Falls

    The Pioneer Club offers peer support, leadership development, social events and learning opportunities for adults with intellectual or other developmental disabilities.


  • Frontier Club -- Self Advocacy Group

    Tuesday, @ 5:45pm-7:30pm
    361 Main Street, Athol

    The Frontier Club offers peer support, leadership development, social events and learning opportunities for adults with intellectual or other developmental disabilities.


  • Friends in Common -- Ages 16-26

    Varied Date, @ Evenings
    Franklin Locations

    Friends in Common offers peer support, leadership development, social events and learning opportunities for teens and young adults with intellectual or other developmental disabilities in the Franklin area.


  • North Quabbin Friends -- Ages 16-26

    Varied Date, @ Evenings
    North Quabbin Locations

    North Quabbin Friends offers peer support, leadership development, social events and learning opportunities for teens and young adults with intellectual or other developmental disabilities in the Franklin area.


  • Support for Grand Families

    Varied Date, @ Evenings
    Local Space

    Support groups for grand family caregivers (caring for children of other family members). Caregivers are welcome to come on a regular basis or stop by when you can.


  • Special Membership Meeting

    Thursday, January 11, 2018 @ 5pm
    294 Avenue A, Turners Falls

    Vote on the adoption of revised by-laws and Articles of Organization.
    Click More Information for copies of the proposed bylaws and amendments.


Valuing, respecting, including and recognizing the contributions of our citizens with disabilities.