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Join us Thursday, April 25 at 6:00 PM
Writing Our Journey
"All About Blogs"
Featuring Maria Barber and Krystal Miller
We will be serving a light dinner.
This month, Maria and Krystal will share their expertise in writing and publishing a Blog on the internet. Come enjoy a light dinner, great company and share your own experiences.
Writing Our Journey is a group designed to encourage family caregivers to express themselves through writing. Group members are invited to write and share poetry, prose, journal entries, screenplays, song lyrics or any style of writing they enjoy. Monthly themes are suggested but group members can write about any topic. Members may share their writing on the group’s website or keep it private. Please join our April group as we support each other and hear some new blogging tips from Maria and Krystal.
If you would like to bring something you have written, we will have a sharing time at the end of the meeting. If you have a blog, bring the blog address and an entry to share. This is an open topic month, so you may write on any topic you choose. If you do not want to share, but would like to just come and listen, please feel free to do that too! This is a casual group designed to offer support to you and your family.
Who: Parents and caregivers of children (of all ages) with (any and all) disabilities
What: Guest Speakers, Maria Barber and Krystal Miller
Light dinner will be served
When: Thursday, February 28, 6:00 until 7:30 PM
Where: 2667 Enterprise Road, Reno, Nevada
Register by April 24
If childcare is needed to attend Writing our Journey, please contact Diana Rovetti at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary Bryant at email@example.com.
When & Where
Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities
The mission of the Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities (NCED) is to work cooperatively with agencies and programs to assist the diverse population of Nevadans with disabilities of all ages to be independent and productive citizens who are fully included in their communities.