CPAD Newsletter (July 2015)

CPAD Community Resource Center (CPRC) - Workshop

    “The 29 Questions” .... and more.
   A Dialogue with Eastern Los Angeles
        Regional center Mnagement

Date: August 22, 2015, Saturday, 9 am - 11 am

Location:    Asian Youth Center (AYC)
                       100 Clary Avenue, 
                  San Gabriel, CA 91776

A panel presentation (ELARC Supervisors) in English with Mandarin and Cantonese interpretation. (More ...)

CPAD Orange County chapter - Parent Support Meeting

        Tax-Free Life Insurance
        As Leverage for Financial,
     Retirement and Eastate Planning  

Date: August 15, 2015, Saturday, 2 pm - 4 pm

Location:                OCAAC
                 225 W. Carl Karcher Way, 
                     Anaheim, CA 92801

Parent Mei Yu, a licensed CA insurance agent, will tell us how to use tax-free life insurance as a leverage for financial, retirement and estate planning.  For families with special needs children, tax-free life insurance is a good vehicle for funding special needs trusts when the parents pass away. (More ...)


CPAD Corner (July 2015)

CPAD Alhambra Headquarter

Tze Chi Youth Volunteers

Volunteers Appreciation

CPAD 2015 Volunteers Appreciation - On 6/27/2015, CPAD ended its 2015 Spring Saturday Program with a nice cozy lunch party to appreciate the volunteers for their dedication and support in making CPAD’s Saturday program a success--enabling children, youth and family members to network, socialize and grow in different areas.  Please  watch  for  news  on our  CPAD's  Fall Sat. program.   Details  will  be  announced  in  the  upcoming  September Newsletter. (More...)

CPAD Orange County Chapter

OC Chapter Unique Cooking Class - On 6/6/15 was an exciting day - Parent Pauline was going to teach us how to make steamed buns at Mimi’s house! Thanks to Pauline, she prepared all the material and equipment needed so we could concentrate on learning.  Pauline expertly demonstrated stirring flour mixtures and kneading doughs.  Everyone wanted to try his/her hands on. (More...)