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Workshops and Events



 

Please contact the Parent Resource Center at 365-4596 or hanoverprc@hcps.us for more information about these workshops.  Remember that RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED for all workshops. *Please note, if schools are closed or they close early due to inclement weather, all PRC activities are canceled.
 

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Questions? Contact Kelly at the PRC at 365-4596 or hanoverprc@hcps.us

 

 

 


 

 


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   CHILD FIND - free developmental screenings

 


  

                                               
 

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   Transition Fair - Life After High School: Career and College Fair

 


 

  

                        

 


 

 

 

 


RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED for all workshops. You can RSVP by contacting the Parent Resource Center at 365-4596 or by e-mail at hanoverprc@hcps.us. This helps us plan for materials, refreshments and to be able to notify you of any possible changes. 
 

 

 

*Cancellation/Weather Policy -
If HCPS has cancelled school or schools close early due to inclement weather, then all PRC workshops and events will also be cancelled.

 

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 For Your Information
 (FYI)

VA Hearing Journey is a monthly networking group that supports the entire family by offering parent information from subject matter experts, a focused sibling session and fun activities for your deaf/hard of hearing child(ren). All Hearing Modalities Are Welcome! Child care is provided and Sign Language and Spanish interpreters available.

Eagle's Nest is a support/small group for parents of children with disabilities at Woolridge Road Church. Call Tammy Burns for more info at 804-639-4777

Richmond Asperger Group is a support group for parents of children with Asperger Syndrome. They meet monthly at the River City Diner on Parham and I-95, from 7-9pm in the evening. Meetings are for adults with AS, parents and children over age 10, for support, discussion, education, parent advocacy and adult self-advocacy.

Autism Society, Central Virginia Chapter is a non-profit organization that provides monthly meetings, workshops, a lending library, advocacy and support to families, adults and professionals.

 


FYI is just that - Hanover County Public Schools is not affiliated with and does not endorse any of the programs listed. This is only a place to help inform parents of area events that may be of interest.