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State Senator James Sanders, Jr. will be hosting a Special Needs and Family Resources Seminar on Thursday, January 11, 2017. The purpose of the Seminar is to provide families with Resources and Information about Autism, Disability, IEP's and answer questions from the community.
Do you have a child with Autism or a disability? Do you have questions regarding state and federal Aid? Are you interested in special needs trusts? Please be sure to attend this important informational session. You will be able to ask questions directly to many government agencies about resources and services. A complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided at the event.
B.E.S.T Networking Group is a entrepreneurial and small business networking group for women and men. We network with entrepreneurs from start up to maintaining a successful business.
If you are interested in starting a business, in the beginning stages of your business or a small business owner, we are here to help you. Our networking group provides support, encouragement, business building workshops, business referrals and we host our own events to help promote our members. We have an online network and we meet monthly in Queens, NY to share knowledge, collaborate, and educate each other in business. For More Info Visit or Call: 347-229-5604
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