FCWSN

(redirected from Federation for Children with Special Needs)
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FCWSNFederation For Children With Special Needs (founded in 1974; Boston)
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It has been endorsed by the Federation for Children with Special Needs (www.fcsn.org).
In the winter of 1974-1975, the Federation for Children With Special Needs was established.
Robison, executive director of the Boston-based Federation for Children with Special Needs.
Elaine Crowley of Clinton, a special needs aide in Shrewsbury who developed a summer program for children with special needs, will be awarded the Federation for Children with Special Needs' Community Partnership Award on March 1, during the annual statewide Visions of Community conference, at the Seaport World Trade Center, in Boston.
According to the Federation for Children with Special Needs, Julianne M.
Rasmussen is learning to become an advocate, or parent consultant, through training offered by the Federation for Children with Special Needs, a Boston-based nonprofit that has trained hundreds of advocates.
Federation for Children with Special Needs: 800-331-0688, fcsn.orgno www
Osborne, who is a trained advocate, former chairman of the Autism Resource Center of Central Massachusetts and has worked at the Federation for Children with Special Needs.
Mahar Regional School, Orange; associate's degrees, Mount Wachusett Community College, Greenfield Community College; training with the Federation for Children with Special Needs in Boston.
Robin Foley, director of special education projects at the Boston-based Federation for Children with Special Needs (and wife of Worcester School Committee member Jack L.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Federation for Children with Special Needs, 1135 Tremont St., Suite 420, Boston, MA 02120.
The Federation for Children with Special Needs, the organization to which he donated some of his work, is a nonprofit organization that advocates for quality education, parental participation and access to quality health care services for all children, especially those with disabilities.
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