UPDATE: Waltham Support Group CX for tonight

My apologies.

Due to illness, the Parent Support Group meeting at Waltham, for tonight, is being postponed. Next Wednesday evening 10/22 is the parent support group SSI Workshop. Please RSVP if you would like to attend! 


Kelley L. Daron
Parent Support Coordinator
Parent Partnership Program
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
118 Central Street
Waltham, MA 02453
Ph (781) 891-0555 Ext 58
Fax (781) 647-1432   



The Youth Advisory Group (YAG) Yard Sale is this Saturday October 11, 2014 from 9:00am-1:00pm at 88 Lincoln Street Framingham, MA 01702. See Attached flyer and forward email to families, providers, etc.
The young adults have created a outreach plan for the year and are raising money for four programs throughout the Metro West area in order to “give back to the community who supports young adults”.
All proceeds will be going to Wayside’s Community LINKS wish list which strives to prevent homelessness and other harmful situations for adolescents and young adults in the Metro West area and to enhance their positive youth development.
Lots of clothes, coats, household items and kids toys J


Dyslexia Workshop

Dyslexia workshop Oct. 22



Parents, is your child struggling to acquire reading skills, taking extra time to formulate his spoken and written ideas, have messy handwriting and poor spelling obstacles to success, or feeling frustrated with all aspects of school–even the social side?

Decoding Dyslexia, a grassroots movement driven by parents, educators, and professionals, will hold a free workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 22 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Saint James Parish Hall, 89 Main Street, South Grafton.

The guest speaker is Dr. Eileen Antalek, associate director of Educational Directions, Inc. She is  an expert with over 20 years of experience working with students who learn differently whom has presented at local, regional and national conferences on the importance of appropriate evaluations in determining successful plans for students.

For more information visit www.decodingdyslexiama.org or email [email protected]. To stay current visit their Facebook page for the latest DD-MA happenings or follow them on Twitter.