The Benedictine School in Ridgely, Maryland is offering 5 workshops in May for parents or professionals working with disabled children. The title of the series is “Come Learn the Tools of the Trade”. The first workshop will be May 12th 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. and held on the school’s campus on #312N outside the town of Ridgely. Registration starts at 9:00 a.m. Cost is $65.00 per individual.
For more information and registration details, contact Dave Slama, Training Coordinator, at (410) 634-2112 or email him at email@example.com.
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The Benedictine School is a nationally recognized education facility for approximately 100 children and young adults with developmental disabilities. Located outside the town of Ridgely, the school serves local, regional and international special needs populations. Founded in 1959, Benedictine is a 10-month day and residential school for individuals aged 5 to 21with various disabilities such as mental retardation, multiple handicaps and autism. An Extended School Year Program and limited respite care are also available. Additional programs prepare our students to develop independence and live and work in the community.
The Benedictine School is celebrating its 50th year of providing “learning for living” opportunities for the children and adults served.
For more information, check Benedictine’s website: www.benschool.org or call (410) 634-2112.