A list of Essential Groceries to buy with CalFresh Benefits (flyer):
Information about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) for In-Home Support Service Recipients and Providers
"March 16, 2020
TO: IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES RECIPIENTS
SUBJECT: INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 19 (COVID-19) FOR IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES RECIPIENTS
This letter is being sent to all In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) recipients to provide additional information about the coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19).
You are receiving this letter because you may be in one of the groups of people that the Governor of California has urged to isolate themselves at home in order to keep from getting sick."
To read more:
"March 16, 2020
TO: IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PROVIDERS
SUBJECT: INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19) FOR IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICES PROVIDERS
This letter is being sent to all In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) providers to provide additional information about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
You are receiving this letter because you may be providing IHSS service to one or more recipients who may be in one of the groups of people that the Governor of California or your local authorities have urged to isolate themselves at home in order to keep from getting sick."
To read more:
The Hill blog:
"The U.S. Census Bureau announced on Wednesday that it will suspend field operations until April 1 to help deter the spread of the coronavirus.
The Census Bureau will suspend in-person education efforts to limit person-to-person interaction due to the dangers of the virus. On March 15, it announced similar adaptations after college campuses began to close around the country because of the outbreak.
The bureau will refocus those education resources on phone calls instead of in-person visits..."
More on the topic.
The San Mateo County Commission on Disabilities has put together a survey on the paratransit service in San Mateo County. The survey is designed to see how the system works for the community it serves. Please feel free to take it and let us know you experience with the paratransit system.
Adaptive Baseball League
Last week while picking up a donation, I met Gary Morton. He gave me information for the Miracle League of the SF Peninsula. The league pairs individuals with disabilities with a buddy to play baseball. The images in their flyers are of children with disabilities playing baseball. Attached below are fliers about registering to play or to volunteer. The players' age range is from 5 to Adult, and the age range to be a volunteer buddy is from 10 to Adult. The games are played at Hawes Park in Redwood City, CA. For more information, contact Gary Morton at 650-867-4094 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out their website www.miracleleaguesfpen.com.
Thanks, Gary for creating this Awesome Non-profit and allowing us to post about it!
May 30, 2020!
PARCA (Partners & Advocates for Remarkable Children & Adults) will host its 9th Annual Devil's Slide Ride and Run on Saturday, May 30, 2020. Proceeds from these events help support programs for people with developmental disabilities in the Bay Area. PARCA programs benefit clients at all stages of their lives, from after-school programs to helping them master independent living skills in adulthood, thus boosting their chances of leading satisfying, comfortable, safe, dignified, healthy and happy lives.
Congratulations to Sarah Verity, the winner of the CID raffle of 2 VIP tickets to the SF Giants vs Arizona Diamondbacks game on June 29th. Sarah and her guest Steve stated: “We had a Great Time!!!!” The VIP feeling from 2 seats behind home plate and at the Gotham Club:
We want to send a big thank you to everyone who participated in our raffle and helped make it a success! And a special congratulations to Sarah Verity, the winner of 2 VIP tickets to the SF Giants vs. Arizona Diamondbacks game on June 29th 2019 through our ‘Giants Ticket Raffle’! Information about the raffle: https://www.accelevents.com/e/giantsticketscid
More than 150 people attended our San Bruno Emergency Preparedness Event at the San Bruno Senior Center on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. About 35 guest won a 3 day Emergency Preparedness Kits valued $100, and most people who attended received a starting Emergency Preparedness Kits.
Many thanks to the San Bruno Senior Center for hosting our event. Thank you to our community partners Hip-Housing, San Mateo PCC, PantsupEasy, Second Harvest Food Bank, Lifeline – Sutter Health, and Central Coast Energy Services.
We would also like to thank our presenters Dave Cresta from the San Bruno Fire Department, Theresa Smith from the San Mateo County Office of Emergency Services, Mark Zuckerman from the American Red Cross and Ben McMullan, CID's Systems Change Advocate.
In addition, we would like give a special thanks to the San Bruno Community Foundation for sponsoring our event.
Here are pictures from San Bruno Emergency Preparedness event! If you were there, let us know in the comments below!
This Art Showcase is open to artists with disabilities who live in the County of San Mateo. Artists are encouraged to submit artwork and photography that is 2-dimensional and exemplifies their personal views of the world. Please note that only one (1) entry per artist may be submitted. Artwork will be exhibited on the main floor at the Caldwell Gallery 400 County Center in Redwood City October 2 to October 31. Please submit ENTRY FORMS to Craig McCulloh, Staff Liaison San Mateo County Commission on Disabilities email@example.com: (650) 573-2480 or 711 CA Relay.
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