FCSN East Bay Free Seminar – 051119


May 11


04:30 pm - 06:20 pm

Dear Members & Friends,
FREE East Bay Interactive Support Seminar –  A College Experience Funded by the Regional Center
Speaker: Ryan Wilson
Transition & Activities Coordinator, Wayfinders at California State University, Fresno.  Ryan has over 15 years experience coordinating vocational training programs. 
Topic Sharing/Discussion:
1) What is Wayfinders at California State University, Fresno?  It is an inclusive post-secondary education and residential program for students with intellectual disabilities.
2) What does this program include: Students learn the skills to live independently in their own apartments, take classes at Fresno State, gain vocational experience by working 7 hours a week and socially interact on campus and in the community as part of the activities program.
3) Who qualifies to attend this program? Students must be 18-28 years old, have an intellectual/developmental disability and be motivated to want to live independently.
Ryan will present on what services the program provides and what supports Wayfinders gives our students.
Date/Time: May 11, this Saturday, 4:30-6:20pm
Place: FCSN Dream Center, 2300 Peralta Blvd., Fremont, 94536
Cost of Seminar: FREE
Children Classes: Only available for registered East Bay Family Support Gathering families 
For families registered for FCSN Family Gathering, it’s our Mother’s Day Celebration and music students Spring semester recital. Don’t miss this fun and joyful end of the semester gathering.
Seminar Sponsored by Department of Developmental Services
FCSN and King Forest Foundation Seminar Coordinator
Together, let’s build a community of love, hope, respect, and support for our special children.”