Free event on Jan. 29 offers resources for parents and teachers of students who have disabilities

Parents and teachers of students who have disabilities can gather information and ask questions during a free resource fair later this month. About two dozen organizations will be represented during the Parent-Teacher Resource Center’s resource fair 4-6 p.m. Jan. 29 at the Career and Technical Center @ Hull, 13900 Hull Street Road:

  • Chesterfield County Public Schools Career and Transition Services
  • Chesterfield County Public Library
  • Chesterfield County Health Department
  • Stay Strong
  • Miracle League of Richmond
  • The Healing Trees
  • Beacon Tree Foundation
  • Virginia Department of Education Division of Special Education and
    Student Services
  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
  • Chesterfield County Prevention Services and Mental Health Department
  • Decoding Dyslexia Virginia
  • Autism Society Central Virginia
  • Young Life Capernaum
  • Chesterfield County Parks and
    Recreation Department
  • Special Olympics Virginia Area 6
  • Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia
  • Medical Home Plus
  • Family Advocacy Creating Education
    and Services
  • Southside Church of the Nazarene:
    Buddy Break and XZone
  • Down Syndrome Association
    of Greater Richmond
  • Camp Easter Seals UCP
  • family and consumer services information
  • nutrition outreach information

Parents and teachers who want to attend this free event are asked to register online at Attendees should park behind the Career and Technical Center @ Hull and enter through the Thomas R. Fulghum Conference Center doors. Free pizza will be available for the first 100 people. If there is bad weather, the resource fair will move to Feb. 5. Questions? Call 639-8699.