CPAD Newsletter (January 2015)

CPAD Community Resource Center (CPRC) - Workshop

Apps for Older Students - Middle School,
         High School, and College Age
       Date: Tuesday, January 27, 2015
                  10:00am - 12:30am
            Location: Alhambra Library
                101 south 1st Street,
                Alhambra, CA 91801

Speaker: Laura Simmons-Martinez, Technology Project Director at Team of Advocates for Special Kids (TASK). Workshop will include iDevice apps for students in middle school, high school, and college age.  We will include apps for reading support, writing tools, math tools and support , life skills, social skills, organizational tools.. (More ...)

CPAD Orange County Chapter - Workshop

                Parents Gathering

  Time:  February21, 2015, Saturday
                 2pm - 4pm
            Location: OCAAC
      225 W. Carl Karcher Way,
          Anaheim, CA 92801

Coordinator Mimi Chou will hot this paretns gathering for exchanging ideas, encouraging each other, enjoying ourselves, innvigorating every one of us. (More ...)



CPAD Corner (January 2015)

CPAD Alhambra Headquarter

Gold Line Metro educational field trip - November 22, 2014, fifty (50) CPAD members gathered at Gold Line Metro stations in Pasadena and East Los Angeles for a great ride to the colorful Union station and then a short walk to the Chinese American Museum and Spanish Town. For many this was their first experience riding the metro, buying tickets or using their Access cards and learning how to board and exit the train safely. We were greeted at the Chinese American Museum by the Museum's Director and assistants and made to feel welcome. (More ...)

We are Moving - Starting from March 2015, CPAD will move to a new location, the address is:  Asian Youth Center, 100 Clary Avenue, San Gabriel, CA 91776 (626)-309-0622 (More ...)

CPAD Orange County Chapter: Workshop

November 15, 2014, CPAD Orange County Chapter - Attorney Andrew Greer of Law Offices of Liu & Naime gave us a talk on "Living Trust and Special Need Trust" in detail.  He talked about the importance of trustees and the possible candidates for trustees, such as relatives, sibling, banks, and fiduciaries.  Mr. Greer discussed the differences between first party and third party special need trusts and how they affect government benefits.  He also consulted several families individually on the trust issues and special education law issues.  Mr. Greer can be reached at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it