CPAD Newsletter (April 2016)

Community Parent Resource Center, CPRC – Workshop

                Parent Support Group
       for Parents of School Age
      Children with Special Needs

       Time:  3rd Saturday of every month
                             1 PM - 3 PM
      Location:  Asian Youth Center (AYC) 
                        100 Clary Avenue, 
                     San Gabriel, CA 91776

Come share your experiences and parenting strategies, and learn from specialists and other parents about raising children with special needs. We welcome you to join us!  Free child care provided. (More)

CPAD Orange County Chapter - Workshop

       Introduction of Orange County
  Adult Achievement Center Programs

                 Time: April 16, 2016 
               Saturday, 1 PM - 3 PM
      Location:      OCAAC
             225 W. Carl Karcher Way, 
                  Anaheim, CA 92801

Speaker, Mike Galliano, Director of Orange County Achievement Center (OCAAC), will introduce us the various programs that OCAAC offers to the special needs community. (More)


CPAD Corner (April 2016)

CPAD 2016 New Year Celebration Party

On 3/5/2016, CPAD held its tenth consecutive year of Chinese New Year Celebration Party at Capital Seafood Restaurant in Monterey Park.Our long time and ardent supporter, the Honorable Congresswoman Judy Chu, and California Assemblyman Ed Chau came to the venue, each of them delivered a brief speech to congratulate us, and wished everyone luck in the New Year. They presented outstanding contribution awards to a number of CPAD supporters. It is worth mentioning that this event had enriched CPAD coffer to the tune of $8,000 from selling raffle tickets and art auction.CPAD want to thank all the supporters for their big-hearted endorsement. (More)

CPAD Orange County Chapter 

On 3/19/2016 CPAD Orange County Chapter – Ms. Scarlett vonThenen, State Council on Developmental Disabilities, gave us a talk in “Understanding IHSS Protective Supervision”.

Protective supervision consists of observing recipient behavior and intervening as appropriate in order to safeguard the recipient against injury, hazard, or accident. It is available for observing the behavior of non-self-directing, confused mentally impaired, or mentally ill persons that may place themselves in harms way.

Ms. vonThenen can be reached at (714) 558-4404, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . (More)