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    Parent Resource Center
20 Union Street, NW,  Leesburg, VA 20176
Allyson Pate: Educator  
  Pam Spiering: Parent
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 Now in its 26th year, the Loudoun County Parent Resource Center (PRC) is a place where parents and professionals can come to learn about a variety of disabling conditions, the special education process, and resources available to special needs students and their families or families whose children are experiencing difficulties in school, home or the community. 
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News from the PRC

 News from Loudoun County Public Schools

                                       SEAC Meeting and Presentation Schedule 2014-15                                          
 Meetings are open to the public and held from 7 to 9 pm at the LCPS Administration Building
    If LCPS schools are closed, then the SEAC meeting will be canceled.   
Next Meeting: March 4
 Rescheduled:  Parent Special Education Support Panel 
Will include the Staff:  Who's Who presentation

 News from the Community 
The following list of upcoming events and resources may be of interest to the community and
are not necessarily endorsed by the Parent Resource Center.

For siblings of children with disabilities ages 8-12
4 week session begins February 28 from 12-2
Very Special Arts presents 
Around the World in 80 Days
March 6-8 and 13-15
 Paxton Campus Presents:
A 3 Day Workshop:  Transition Series:  Critical School-to-Community Planning
for Youth with Disabilities and their Families beginning March 7
For students age age 14-25
Become empowered by learning about employment, housing, transportation, SSI,
Medicaid, Health Ins., Wills/Trusts, Recreation and More
Students are invited and separate activities will be provided for them. 
 Don't miss this opportunity to plan for your child's future.
Accessibility Summit on April 17-18
Gamers’ Union for Social Skills
Rust Library
On Sunday's once a month at 1:00 pm  
Teens who would like to work on teamwork and general social skills in a facilitated, supportive environment are invited to play video games while their parents meet for friendship and networking. Suggested for teens with mild autism spectrum disorders (ASD), anxiety disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (AD/HD) or similar. Facilitated by a special educator. 
For all teens.
NAMI (National Alliance on  Mentally Illness)
Loudoun Family Support Groups
Nami Basics Parenting Series
Paxton Campus Activities:
 Adapted Yoga, Music Therapy, Social Skills Groups
Sibling Support, Adult Book Club, Public Speaking
Parent Support Groups, Sensory Sensitive Movies 
Open Door Learning Center Open House
March 21 from 11 - 1
A Place To Be
Loudoun County Parks and Recreation Adapted Rec
Loudoun County Special Olympics
Very Special Arts Dance Class
Ages 16 +, On-Going

Last Modified on August 17, 2011