Join Elizabeth McIntyre, Senior Attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services in a general information session.
We will release bubbles collectively as a culminating act at the end of our rally. Although this will be a silent rally, for those who wish to participate by car, we encourage horn blowing!!
Masks are required.
Children are welcome.
With the uncertainty regarding the pandemic, remote schooling, and income insecurity, many children and their families are under a great deal of stress. Northeast Family Services is offering mental health and behavioral health programs that can help families and children cope more effectively with the challenges ahead.
Northeast Family Services has immediate or almost immediate availability for the following programs:
Northeast Family Services is also offering these specialized programs with immediate or almost immediate availability:
We are also accepting referrals for:
All programs are currently being offered through telehealth to ensure the health and safety of those we serve during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information on all of our services or to submit an online referral, please visit our website at ne-family.com. You may also respond to this email or reach out to Veronica Paris Boske using her contact information below.
Veronica Paris Boske, MSW, LICSW
Program Director Metro Region
MOT Program Director Metro, Northeast & Southeast Regions
Northeast Family Services
Cell: 978-482-8277, Main office: 774-206-1125
Meeting ID: 810 3803 2832
Dial In: +1 929-205-6099
MFOFC and its partners recently announced the launch of Remote Education Log, a web-based app to help families keep track of their children’s remote special education services and instruction while school is closed. Remote Education Log uses TallyLab’s privacy-first data collaboration platform to ensure children’s data is kept safe and secure.The Remote Education Log is freely available for anyone to use at https://log.education.
Supporting Your Child with Special Needs during Remote Learning September 26th, 2020 at 11:00 am EST.
This virtual workshop is for parents who have a child with special needs. Registration in advance is required. You will receive a Zoom link after registration.
Spaces are limited. Click here to register
Virtual Workshop in Vietnamese: Supporting Your Child with Special Needs during Remote Learning October 3rd, 2020 at 11:00 am EST.
Register here for the Vietnamese workshop
Please click on the form below, in your preferred language, to submit a request to change between remote and hybrid learning for your child this fall. You may also request a change between Group A and Group B. Changes will be reviewed weekly and will be approved on a limited basis.
Students prioritized for in-person learning include:
October 1 – All students prioritized for in-person learning start two days a week
*Monday, October 12 is a State Holiday
The Boston Public Health Commission Recommends:
Equity is a central focus of all BPS planning and work. We seek to clearly understand how decisions impact students and families and to make choices that do not marginalize our most-marginalized students.
The process we follow for bringing equity into every decision includes: