University Sertoma Club Donates New Microphones
The University Sertoma Club has recently provided Lincoln Public Schools with new innovative technology that assists students in hearing their teacher, co-teacher, peers in small group discussions, and even intercom announcements.
Accessing teacher and peer communication in the classroom is vital to today’s learning in school. For students with hearing loss this can be difficult even with the use of hearing aids or cochlear implants.
These new microphones, called the Phonak Roger Touchscreen, allows students to not only hear their teachers, but also access small group discussions that are such an important part of today’s modern classroom
Our team would like to thank the University Sertoma Club for their amazing generosity with their donation of seven of these microphones, more than $5500, to help benefit students
Please consider attending this amazing event!
Lincoln Community Playhouse will host an Exceptional Family Night for its Penguin Project production of High School Musical Jr. on Thursday, June 8, with curtain at 7:30 p.m. The performance is free to all area families with special needs family members. Seating is general admission and the doors will open at 7:00 p.m. Reservations can be made in advance at the box office at 402-489-7529 or at the door.
For more information:
Please see the attached flyer that describes upcoming events for families to consider for children with disabilities
See the following link for pictures and video from our fabulous VOICE Recognition Ceremony! What a wonderful event!
Please see the attached flyer for the upcoming Tourette Syndrome Workshop, being held on June 5th.
This exciting opportunity is a comprehensive program offered by the Lincoln Public Schools in collaboration with the Tourette Association of America and underwritten by the CDC.
Please see the attached flyer for the 2017 Transition Conference, hosted by the ARC of Lincoln and the Autism Family Network.
The conference will be held May 13th, from 8:00 to 4:00 at the Bryan East Plaza.
In this most recent newsletter, there is a story about the Project Search Job Fair, hosted by Nebraska Vocational Rehabilitation. There, hundreds of individuals with disabilities from the Lincoln area had a chance to test their skills, practice their ability to interview and meet dozens of employers looking to hire quality employees.
Please see the flyer regarding a great opportunity coming up! This free Tourette education day is designed for educators, community members, and caregivers who are interested in learning more about Tourette Syndrome, educational strategies, and community resources!
Please see the attached flyer and read below
Special Olympics (east Central Region)Night with the Lincoln Stars
January 28th at 7:05 pm
Special ticket price of $17 with proceeds going back to the East Central Region! – Each ticket comes with a Hot Dog & Soda! – Post Game Autograph session with select Stars players on the North Stage! for tickets Contact John at 402.474.7827 ext. 15 or email@example.com or go to goo.gl/AZl0TW
Please pass on to parents that the Autism Family Network is having a private sensory-friendly holiday party this Saturday from 5:30pm – 7:30pm for all special needs children. Families will be able to enjoy the museum for free and even meet Santa & Mrs. Claus in a private area in the lower level.
Dr. Jenny Fundus
Director of Special Education
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Assistant Director of Special Education
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