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Metro Regional Program Announcements 
  • December 12: Holiday Party with Boys Town National Research Hospital - open for families from Birth though adult Deadline for RSVP is December 1, 2015! FLYER FOLLETO
  • 9:30 - 10:30 am Social
  • LLTC (425 N. 30th Street)
  • 10:30 - 12:00 noon Visit with Santa and Crafts
  • BTNRH (555 N. 30th Street)


  • January 23: Puzzles for students K through 6th grade. (jigsaw puzzles, word/number puzzles, and brain teasers!) National Puzzle Day is January 29th! FLYER / FOLLETO
  • 10:00 am - 12:00 PM
  • Millard Branch Library (13214 Westwood Lane)
  • http://goo.gl/forms/TyLspcUN6X



Statewide Nebraska Regional Programs Activity

  • January 29-30, 2016: Dance/Transition Activity - Students from 7th through 12+ program - Omaha, NE. FLYER / FOLLETO



Workshops/ Trainings
  • NEW DATE!! December 4 & 5 2015: Visual Phonics, presented by Carre Klein FLYER


  • January 9 and 10, 2016 Family Collaborative Workshop.
  • DEADLINE is December 15, 2015.
  • January 9 Gretna FLYER / FOLLETO
  • Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (No Childcare available)
  • January 10 Kearney FLYER
  • Time: 1:00 - 5:00 pm (Childcare is available)
  • Presenter: Mark Keith
  • Topics: "Man Laws for Moms: Understanding Dads" This workshop explores reasons why dads do the things that they do related to family involvement. The session looks at why dads sometimes seem to disengage from emotional or stressful family situations. Then the session will look at strategies that can be used to help encourage dad to be more involved with a child with special needs and the additional responsibilities that often surround raising the child.

    "Letting Go: Time to Land the Helicopter" The Letting Go workshop examines the importance of encouraging independence in a child with special needs and parents’ perspectives on this issue. The workshop also discusses how hard it can be for parents to step back and offer increasing levels of freedom to the child to allow the child to develop that independence. Finally, the training offers some ideas for parents in learning how to let go in a constructive fashion.