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February 2013 From Personal Interests to Personal Power

Sue Digre, Parca

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)

Millbrae, CA

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Parca February 2013 Parent Networking

Parca's "Be Inspired" Series:

 

Stanford From Personal Interests

to Personal Power

 

 

Ionela Brown came to the United States as a 3 1/2 year old who could only say 2 words in Romanian and not knowing how to hold a crayon or  how to play.   Now 18 years old, she  will share with you how she began writing in a journal, using electronic tools like You Tube and her Ipod to learn how to handle noises that bothered her and to calm herself.  Using her computer and Shutterfly, she began to pull it all together -- creating books containing her photos and words.

 

Ionela intends to be an author as one of her careers.  Please join us in learning abut the extraordinary progress and dreams on one amazing young woman.  You will BE INSPIRED.


Sue Digre, Director of Family Support Services and Advocacy at Parca, leads the Parca Parent Networking Group. 

  

This group provides support to  parents and family members of children and adults with developmental disabilties.

 

The group typically meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month be aware the day and date may change due to holidays.

 

We look forward to meeting you!

 

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO FORWARD INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EVENT TO OTHER INTERESTED FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN OR RELATIVES WHO HAVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES!

 

 Learn more at www.parca.org


Have questions about February 2013 From Personal Interests to Personal Power? Contact Sue Digre, Parca

When & Where


Millbrae Community Center, Room D
477 Lincoln Circle
Millbrae, CA 94030

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)


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Organizer

Sue Digre, Parca

Sue Digre is the Director of Family Support Services and Advocacy for Parca.

 

About Parca:
Parca has been enriching the lives of people with developmental disabilities since 1952. Our programs are designed to create a feeling of extended family to help people live as independently as possible and enjoy all that life has to offer. Parca provides residential programs, support for those living independently, respite care, before- and after-school child care,  family support and advocacy services as well as free, fun social events for families.

 Learn more at www.parca.org

 

 

 

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