Kinera Connect Kent Island
Kinera Connect provides an opportunity for parents of children with disabilities and special health care needs to come together in a supportive setting to:
- gain information for assisting their children and family
- further educate themselves on aspects of disabilities and special needs areas
- gain a support network with like-minded people
- and share ideas from family to family.
Kinera Connect Kent Island meets the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm (unless otherwise specified; all months except July, August and December) at the Kinera Hub location, 115 Sallitt Dr., Suite C, Stevensville, Maryland 21666, located within the Kent Island KRM Business Park. For more information contact: Julie Vallecillo: Julie@kinera.org or 443-249-3126.
- Thursday, January 17 - Special Olympics Maryland - Upper Shore: 2019 Programs with Sharon Myrick
- Thursday, February 21 - Open Parent Meeting - No speaker (Please note: the "Puberty & Sexuality Workshop" with Barbara Obst, RN - Kennedy Krieger Institute, has been moved to April 25 due to speaker's schedule.)
- Thursday, March 21 - "Challenging Behaviors" with Dr. Duane Isava ("Dr. D"), Halcyon Wellness Center
- Thursday, April 25 - "Puberty & Sexuality Workshop" with Barbara Obst, RN - Kennedy Krieger Institute (Please note change-4th Thursday this month due to spring break holiday)
- Thursday, May 16 -Sensory Integration with Samantha Offutt
- Thursday, September 19 - No scheduled Kinera Connect; Please see flyer below for the "Basics of IEP and Special Education Law" Workshop. Sponsored by Queen Anne's County Family Support and Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC). This workshop is free, includes breakfast and open to all parents/caregivers of children with special needs and disabilities.
- Tuesday, October 15, 2019 - "Anxiety and Your Child" with Kareem Ishmail, MA, LGPC of Halcyon Wellness Center (Please note change-3rd Tuesday of the month. Please RSVP Below.)
- Thursday, November 21 - "The Role of a School Psychologist" with Amanda Bramble and Christina Brucker of QACPS