|Plan to Join The Arc of Aurora Members, Family, and Friends |
April 23, 2016
Springfest FUNdraiser AND DANCE
at McCarthy's Sports Bar and Grill
Silent Auction and Dance! Runaway Train returns for a second year in a row. ALSO New to the event this year will be the opportunity to provide or update your contact information with The Arc of Aurora. The first 100 people who update/provide The Arc of Aurora their contact information will receive a $5 gift certificate for McCarthy's, usable event night on food or drink. Only 2 gift certificates/family.
The Arc of Aurora'sApril 23, 5-8PM Springfest at McCarthy's Sports Bar and Grill, 15350 E. Smoky Hill Road in SE Aurora, will be a rockin' family fun event you will not want to miss. Calendar the date now!
Questions on the event may be directed to Jean Solis, firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.213.1420.
April 2016 Training
Colorado's Mandatory Reporting Crimes Against People with Developmental Disabilities: Everything You Need to Know but Didn't Know Who to Ask!
Lessons Learned from Massachusetts
With the June 2015 signing of SB-109, mandatory reporting of crimes whose victims are people with developmental disabilities is slated to go into effect this July 1.
So how might Colorado implement this law?
Register now to join The Arc of Aurora and its sponsoring partners the morning of April 29 to learn from the Massachusetts Building Partnerships of the Protection of Persons with Disabilities Initiative leadership team. This partnership, in existence since 1999, which utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to respond to abuses and crimes committed against persons with disabilities, has received funding from the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime to replicate its work in three other states. Massachusetts' Disabled Persons Protection Commission (DPPC) Executive Director Nancy Alterio, State Police Detective Unit Sergeant Timothy Grant, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Legal Counsel to the Hampden District Attorney in Springfield, Massachusetts,
will share details
about how their program works, its evolution, its successes, and its challenges as well as provide practical tools that could be replicated, such as memorandums of understanding, policies and procedures, and training materials.
There is no cost to attend.
Friday, April 29, 2016
8AM- 8:30AM - Check In
8:30AM-11AM - Training
Certificate of Attendance with learning objectives listed will be available following the training.
Click on the link below to register.
MORE INFO TO COME
August 6, 2016
Summerfest FUNdraiser at Pitcher's Sports Restaurant
Indoor carnival and silent auction