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NFTA RIDER ALERTS:

ATTENTION: 

716-855-7286 

ATTENTION

Post Immediately Remove 10/27/14

Metro Rail Passengers

METRO RAIL SHUTDOWN

Friday, 9 p.m. - Sunday, Oct. 24 - 26,

from LaFayette Sq. to

Erie Canal Harbor Station

Metro Bus will operate

shuttles from

LaFayette Square to

Erie Canal Harbor Station

at 15 minutes intervals.

Inbound shuttles will use

Pearl St.

Outbound shuttles will use

Washington St.

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Ranking Names Best Cities For People With Disabilities-Buffalo NY,  listed at #47.

By Shaun Heasley

October 7, 2014 Text

A new ranking is offering insight on the nation’s best and worst places for people with disabilities to call home.

Overland Park, Kan. is topping the analysis of the nation’s 150 most populated cities. Also rounding out the list’s top five cities for people with disabilities are Lubbock, Texas and three Arizona towns — Peoria, Scottsdale and Chandler.

On the flip side, Providence, R.I. fared worst in the ranking with Miami and Hialeah, Fla. as well as Las Vegas and North Las Vegas, Nev. coming in at the bottom.

Put together by the consumer finance website WalletHub, the ranking factors three key areas — economic environment, quality of life and health care — to assess each locale and determine what the site called “the most suitable conditions for individuals with disabilities.”

Specifically, each city was measured based on 23 factors ranging from the cost of living to the employment rate for people with disabilities in the area, walkability and the effectiveness of the state Medicaid program, WalletHub said.

Among big cities, Tampa, Fla. came in highest in the ranking at number eight followed by Baltimore at 14.

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NEW HOT ALERT - SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

DOJ ISSUES NEW TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON VOTING RIGHTS

FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

The Justice Department announced on 9/30/2014 it has published a new technical assistance publication

about federal laws that protect the rights of voters with disabilities, including the Americans with Disabilities

Act, the Voting Rights Act, the National Voter Registration Act and the Help America Vote Act. The publication,

"The Americans with Disabilities Act & Other Federal Laws Protecting the Rights of Voters with Disabilities,"

is intended to help election officials, poll workers and voters understand how the ADA and other federal laws

ensure equality in the voting process for people with disabilities. Complete .pdf guideline is available at

www.ada.gov

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    STABLE HOMES-A KEY TO INDEPENDENT LIVING

The age of a home can lead to high maintenance demands and is associated with risk factors such as exposures to lead, asthma triggers, safety hazards and mental health stressors. 

A program designed by Heart of the City Neighborhoods, Inc. and Learning Disabilities Association of WNY, was established to respond to this situation.  It provides individuals with developmental disabilities, who are at a high-risk of being negatively affected by health hazards in their home, with grants for necessary home improvements and repairs to ensure that their home remains healthy and sustainable.

Please contact Jennifer Steimer of Learning Disabilities Associates at (716)874-7200, ext. 159 for more information.

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BORNHAVA MEN’S FORUM

The men’s forum is open to fathers and male caregivers of children with special needs.   The forum meets in the evening once a month throughout the school calendar year at Bornhava, 25 Chateau Terrace, Amherst, New York.  

The group has been meeting monthly for several years.  Approximately twelve fathers have participated in the group, with an average attendance of seven or eight men, fathers of birth to five year olds.  It has been a great success.  There are ongoing discussions about coping with the handicapping conditions – the stresses, challenges, and rewards of being a father/male caregiver of a child with special needs.  There are also many practical discussions about what people are doing for their kids and how to access additional services. 

The group is facilitated by a licensed psychologist, Donald Crawford, PhD. 

Contact:    Ellen Crawford @ 839-1655  

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The TRAID-In Equipment Exchange Program is a statewide service that connects individuals with disabilities, searching for an affordable means to acquire needed devices, with people who have devices they wish to sell or donate. Call the NYS Commission on Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities at 800-624-4143 or email at webmaster@cqcapd.state.ny.us and ask for the TRAID-IN Equipment Exchange Program to list, at no cost, devices being sought or devices that are available. 

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STARLIGHT STUDIO GIFT STORE-click on websitehttp://www.cafepress.com/starlightstudiogiftstore
 
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Erie County Clerk

 

Chris Jacobs 

 

cordially invites you to a special

 

 COMMUNITY OUTREACH

The Erie County Auto Bureau and the Erie County Office for the Disabled

 

will be on hand to assist individuals and their family members obtain state issued picture identification and other matters pertaining to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25TH

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM  

 Northtown Auto Bureau 

3095 Sheridan Drive, Amherst, NY 14226 

 Disability Awareness Month

Erie County Auto Bureau and the Erie County Office for the Disabled 

 

will be on hand to assist individuals and their family members obtain state issued picture identification and other matters pertaining to the Department of Motor Vehicles. 

 

Be sure to bring the following documents

 

Original Birth Certificate (or Certified Copy) Social Security Card 

 

Please visit the Auto Bureau at

www.erie.gov/clerk/autobureau  for a complete list of required documentation needed to obtain either a Driver’s License or Non-Driver Identification.

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Orientation and Registration Event

ACE Employment Services

327 Elm St., Buffalo, NY  14203

Thurs., October 23rd at 10:00am

HAVING A DISABILITY DOES NOT MEAN YOU CAN'T WORK

Let our team of vocational specialist's help you get a job and earn money!  Our team, comprised of a Job Developer, Job Coaches, Life Coaches, Certified Benefits Advisors, and Rehab Practitioners are eager to help you reach your goals.  We offer a range and continuum of vocational rehabilitation services that assist customers to choose, get and maintain competivive employment positions.  

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 October 22-23, 2014 • 9:30 am – 3:30 pm (both days)  

Native American Community Services of Erie & Niagara Counties, Inc. (NACS)

1005 Grant Street, Buffalo NY 14207 

Discussion Topics

This training will provide a historical context of Two-Spirit persons in Native communities, definitions of what "Two Spirit" means, how to build stronger connections with Two-Spirit youth and adults, and how human services, social services, educational, and community organizations can support all of our community members.

Presenter:

Harlan Pruden, NorthEast Two Spirit Society

Harlan Pruden (First Nations Cree/nēhiyaw) is a co-founder of the NorthEast Two Spirit Society where he works with the Two-Spirit (LGBT Native) community locally, nationally and internationally. In September 2014, Harlan was appointed to the Presidential Council on HIV/AIDS to provide advice, information, and recommendations to the Secretary of Health & Human Services and the White House. Harlan also serves as an Honorary Committee Member of the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services at the University of Alberta, Canada, and in the spring of 2013, was appointed to be an American representative to the International Indigenous Peoples Working Group on HIV/AIDS, among several other roles.

This training is FREE, however pre-registration is requested.

To RSVP or for more information, please contact Pete Hill, NACS’ Health & Wellness Director at (716) 874-2797, ext. 309 or phill@nacswny.org. For information about the training, please contact the SAMHSA Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Center, Seprieono Locario, slocario@tribaltechllc.com

 Who should attend :

 Educators, family members, human services, social services agencies, outreach staff, substance abuse prevention providers, Native organizations, adolescent pregnancy prevention, & any others who are concerned with all members of our communities.  

NACS is funded by: Erie County Department of Social Services, New York State Office of Children & Family Services, NYS Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services, NYS Dept. of Health/Family Health; Niagara County Youth Bureau, NYS Education Dept., NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, Niagara Co. Dept. of Social Services; Niagara Co. Office of the Aging, US Dept. of Labor, United Way of Buffalo & Erie County, US Dept. of Health & Human Services/Administration for Native Americans, Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, and the Peter & Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation, Service Collaborative of WNY, Inc., as well as businesses, foundations, and caring individuals.

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The New York State

Office for People With Developmental Disabilities

Announces a Public Hearing


October 27, 2014:   1pm - 5pmOPWDD will be accepting your comments, feedback and testimony at the hearing to help develop our 5.07 Statewide Comprehensive Plan for Services 2014-2018. This hearing will be held at eight locations across the state and will be conducted as a live video-conference with Acting Commissioner Kerry Delaney. 

OPWDD urges self-advocates, parents as well as other family members, non-profit providers, professionals, advocates, and other interested parties to participate in the hearing. 

The Statewide Comprehensive Plan for Services will reflect OPWDD's mission and vision and will project our 5 year plan for implementing the transformational agenda around supporting people with developmental disabilities to enjoy meaningful relationships, experience personal health and growth, live in the home of their choice and fully participate in their communities.  

Speakers will be asked to register in advance of the public hearing, limit their comments to three (3) minutes, and bring three (3) copies of the testimony.  Deadline for registration is close of business on Thursday, October 23. Opportunity for presentation will be limited to a first come first served basis as time permits. 
If you are unable to attend, written testimony can be submitted to:


Ray Pierce, OPWDD, 44 Holland Avenue, Albany, NY 12229 or via e-mail at raymond.l.pierce@opwdd.ny.gov.

 
To register to speak, obtain more information or directions to the hearing location, or to arrange for a special accommodation, please call the contact person for the hearing location at the number listed below: 

Video Conference Locations and Contact Information
 
The hearing sites will be accessible to individuals with disabilities. Sign language interpreters will be provided. Individuals who require other accommodation or auxiliary aids should notify the conference location contact person identified below no later than 24 hours prior to the hearing date.
 
Rochester
Finger Lakes
620 Westfall Road, Rochester, NY 14620
Room 25 Leaf
Contact: Tracy Scott at (585) 241-5729, Tracy.L.Scott@opwdd.ny.gov
 
West Seneca
Western NY
1200 East and West Rd. West Seneca, NY 14224
Building 16, Conference Room 1-153
or
Millersport
2295 Millersport Highway
Getzville, NY 14068


Contact: Mary Beth Blodgett (716) 517-2151, Mary.Beth.Blodgett@opwdd.ny.gov  

For general information about the Public Forums, please contact OPWDD's Strategic Planning Office: Phone: (518) 473-9697    Fax: (518) 473-0054    

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

he Developmental Disabilities Alliance of Western New York (DDAWNY) is a collaborative group of member voluntary agencies that provide services to people with developmental disabilities.  

While honoring individual agency missions, it is the intent of the Alliance to assist agencies to develop relationships, promote unified strategies and share risks for the mutual gain with and for the benefit of people with developmental disabilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   


DDAWNY | 7 Community Drive | Cheektowaga | NY | 14616

 
 

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CENTER FOR DISABILITY STUDIES

Blinded By Sight:  Seeing Race Through the Eyes of the Blind

Osagie K. Obasogie, Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings

Wednesday, November 5, 3-5pm, Baldy Center, UB

Colorblindness has become an integral part of the national conversation on race in America.  Given the assumptions behind this influential metaphor--that being blind to race will lead to racial equality--it's curious that, until now, we have not considered if or how the blind "see" race.  In Blinded by Sight, Obsagie argues that rather than being visually obvious, both blind and sighted people are socialized to see race in particular ways, even to a point where blind people "see"race.  So what does this mean for how we live and the laws that govern our society?

Professor Obasogie's research attempts to bridge the conceptual and methodological gaps between empirical and doctrinal scholarship on race.  Professer Obasogie's research attempts to bridge the conceptual and methodological gaps between empirical and doctrinal scholarship on meanings and explaining racial disparities.  In addition to his work at Hastings, Professor Obasogie has a joint appointment with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Genetics and Society.

This event is cosponsored by the UB Center for Disability Studies, the Humanities Institute Disability Studies Research Workshop English Department and Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy.

 

In Search Of Clues…  

 

“ Once Upon a Time…Using Stories and Visual Techniques So Children Can Live Happily Ever After”

 

…Solving the Mysteries of Serving Young Children with Developmental Disabilities in Child Care Community Settings

 

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"Once Upon a Time...Using Stories and Visual Techniques So Children Can Live Happily Ever After"

...Solving the Mysteries of Serving Young Children with Developmental Disabilities in Child Care Community Settings

This FREE workshop is designed for community childcare staff, parents and other service providers working with young children. 

 

Many children are visual learners, so we want to share accommodations that help insure their success in your program. This workshop will feature the following: 

* How to use visual schedules and pictures to help children be successful

* Learn about different APPS and websites that can serve as resources in the development of visual tools for use in your classroom

* How to use visual cues to reinforce program routines and maintain organization within the classroom

* What is a social story™? Learn why, how and when to use them

* Make and take your own social story™ back to your program                                                     

 

 ***This workshop meets the OCFS training requirements of: Principles of Childhood Development, Child Day Care Program Development

WHEN:                                 November 6, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

WHERE:                               Temple Beth Zion Play and Learn School

 

                 7000 Sweet Home Road

 

                      Amherst, New York 14226  

 

GUEST SPEAKERS 

 

 Margie Loomis, Principal, Baker Victory Early Childhood Program

 

Jamie Miller, General Education Teacher, Monarch Little Learners Academy

 

Lori Potteiger, Special Education Teacher, Monarch Little Learners Academy          

 

A question and answer session will follow the presentation. 

 

This FREE workshop is made possible by the collaboration between the Early Childhood Inclusion Committee of the Developmental Disabilities Alliance of WNY, and theEarlyChildhoodDirectionCenter.

 

   To register for the workshop or for more information, please call: 

 

Early Childhood Direction Center or Kathy Coe@
880-3875 or 819-2408, Erie County Medical Center  

 

When registering, please give your name and phone number in case we need to contact you.                                                              

 

Each center attending will receive a FREE copy of “Working with Young Children with Special Needs:

 

A Resource Directory”, a guide to the systems and service linkages available in our community.

 

Please feel free to duplicate this announcement for distribution to parents and staff.

 

This training is made possible through funding from the Developmental Disabilities Alliance of Western New York (DDAWNY) and Kaleida Health

 

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Co-Artifact

An auction to benefit Starlight Studio & Art Gallery

Friday, November 14th
6-9PM
Starlight Studio and Art Gallery
340 Delaware Avenue 
Buffalo NY 14202

Early Bird Tickets:
$20
Regular Priced Tickets:
$25
Two Tickets:
$40


Purchase Tickets HERE

 

Co-Artifact is a new fundraising event that brings artists from the community and Starlight Studio artists together to create collaborative artworks.

The finished pieces will be displayed in the Starlight gallery and then auctioned off to benefit the Starlight Studio and Art Gallery program on November 14th from 6-9pm.

All proceeds will go to support the
Starlight Studio and Art Gallery program.
 

Seventeen Starlight artists will be paired randomly with seventeen artists from the Buffalo community to collaborate on these artworks. Each artist will start a piece and then his or her artist partner will finish it.

The idea stemmed from a story of an illustrator whose daughter found her sketchbook and drew on top of her unfinished drawings. When the illustrator found what she had done she decided to use her daughter's lines to create a more interesting and finished piece. you can find the article HERE!

In addition to the Auction event, there will be local music from popular local Buffalo band, The Mustn'ts, a cash bar, as well as food!   

Participating community artists include: 
Elle Barnhart, Bruce Phillp Bitmead, Kyle Butler, Jennifer Fendya, Kaitlin Frisicaro, Cynnie Gaasch, Sussan Giallombardo, Patricia Greene, Carrianne Hendrickson, Cheryl Jackson, Dennis Maher, Josh Nickerson, Nancy Parisi, Kathleen Sherin, Cathy Shuman Miller, Laurie Tanner, and Kurt Von Voetsch.

 

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 Native American Cultural Competency 

Wednesday—Friday, 

November 5-6-7, 2014 

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

AGENDA—————————————— 

Wed., 11/5/14  

"Ongwehonweh: kah: 

Traditional Teachings for the People" 

Learn some basic elements of Traditional Haudenosaunee Culture & Knowledge 

Why is culture so important for many Native People? 

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Thu., 11/6/14 

"The Impact of Historical Trauma & Related Factors" 

What can explain the significant health disparities in many Native communities? 

Many peoples have trauma  

Why is this so critical?  

Fri., 11/7/14 

"Clearing the Path for the Seventh Generation" 

Does history dictate Native people’s destiny? 

Learn & help develop specific approaches & initiatives designed to help nurture and support a healthier community 

Who should attend: prevention services, social services, community members, health services, family support,education, law enforcement, elected officials, elders services, outreach workers, mental health, policy makers, faith based, & all those who work for the community are welcome to attend At Native American Community Services, 1005 Grant Street, Buffalo NY 14207 

Previous training participants have stated:

"This training was tremendously helpful. I had never heard of the [issues discussed] before. Everything I learned was eye-opening."

[This training is] "crucial to understand our audi-ence when working out in our communities. This training has created a great awareness ."

"I feel like I am taking a lot from this training that will help me with my job and my work with Native American students. The topics discussed were not easy topics and brought up a lot of feelings, but was done in a way that was respectful to all, and con-scious of the feelings these topics would arise in peo-ple."

"Thank you for making this training available. It’s extremely helpful and powerful!"

"Great info overall!" 

Native American Cultural Competency

Wednesday—Friday,

November 5-6-7, 2014

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Native American Community Services

of Erie & Niagara Counties, Inc. 

"NACS

1975-2014:

Thirty-Nine Years in a Tradition of Caring" 

Native American Community Services  

of Erie & Niagara Counties, Inc.

Community & Cultural Services

Economic Self-Sufficiency

Family Services

Health & Wellness

1005 Grant St. 1522 Main St.

Buffalo, NY 14207 Niagara Falls NY 14305

Ph: (716) 874-4460 (716) 299-0914

Fax: (716) 874-1874 (716) 299-0903

 

NACS is funded by: Erie County Department of Social Services, New York State Office of Children & Family Services, NYS Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services, NYS Dept. of Health/Family Health; Niagara County Youth Bureau, NYS Education Dept., NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, Niagara Co. Dept. of Social Services; Niagara Co. Office of the Aging, US Dept. of Labor, United Way of Buffalo & Erie County, US Dept. of Health & Human Services/Administration for Native Americans, Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, and the Peter & Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation, Service Collaborative of WNY, Inc.,_

for TRAINING CONTENT information, please contact: 

Pete Hill, C.P.P. Health & Wellness Director, (716) 874-2797 ext. 309, phill@nacswny.org  

For REGISTRATION information, please contact: 

Laurel Mark, Stages of Life Empowerment (SOLE) Program Planning Specialist, (716) 874-2797, ext. 334, lmark@nacswny.org

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CENTER FOR DISABILITIES STUDIES

Friday, November 14, 3-5pm 

"Over There" to "Over Here":  Tracing the Impact of World War I on American Society through its Veterans  

Disabled War Vets Will Present Show

Stephen R. Ortiz, Associate Professor of History, Binghamton University (SUNY) , 532 Park Hall

Exploring  American veterans of World War I offers a unique way to  investigate many of the larger cultural and political changes experienced by the United States as a result of the war. 

This talk will discuss the impact of WWI on the American healthcare system and understandings of disability and government dependency, as well as the contours of the political debates over US international relations, and the national, economy in which veterans groups participated. 

Stephen R. Ortiz is an associate professor of history at Binghamton University (SUNY).  He is the author of Beyond the Bonus March and GI Bill:  How Veteran Politics Shaped the New Deal Era (NYU Press, 2010) and editor of Veterans' Policies, Veterans'  Politics:  New Perspectives on Veterans in the Modern United States (University Press of Florida, 2012).  He is working on new book titled, Comrades in Arms:  Veterans Organizations and the Politics of National Security, 1919--‐1961. 

This event is cosponsored by the UB Center for Disability Studies, the Humanities Institute Disability Studies Research Workshop, and the History  Department. 

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CELEBRATE HISTORY!!!!

“An Afternoon with Franklin D. Roosevelt”

 

 Who: The Buffalo Implant Group (B.I.G.) is hosting a performance by a local actor, Albert McFadyen

What: This special program will bring American History to life in word and song as the audience takes a trip down America’s Memory Lane reliving all of the major events of the Great Depression and World War II years through the eyes of FDR.  McFadyen is credited as the voice of FDR in Ken Burn’s PBS documentary, The National Parks, America’s Best Idea, and a contributor to Mr. Burns 2014 PBS documentary.  The Roosevelts, is a one of a kind show that provides an unusual glimpse of both the serious and humorous sides of America’s greatest modern president. 

Where: St. Mary’s School for the Deaf, Main Building Assembly Hall, 2253 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14214 

When: Saturday November 15th 2014, doors open at 1:30 show time 2:00-4:00pm

Why: Albert McFadyen’s sister, Margie Fitchlee, is a Cochlear Implant recipient who actively participates on the Buffalo Implant Group board. Albert desires to use his talents to entertain people in the community as well as raise money for a great cause.  All proceeds from the show will go directly to B.I.G. which is a non-for profit organization supporting and educating individuals with hearing loss in the community for over 25 years. 

*Tickets: $10 each available by mail or will call 

Checks payable to: The Buffalo Implant Group

 Include:          Your name, address, email/phone number,

Please state if you would like the tickets mailed to you or if you prefer will call

Will call will open at 1:30pm day of the performance

 

Mail to:           Lisa Hill Nowicki

1 Robert Rich Way

Buffalo, NY 14213 

Contact: Lisa (716) 878-8202 or LHill@RICH.com

*Sign Language Interpreter will be available*

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