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FAAST News

Children at School

This is an annual conference brings resources and workshops to families in Polk County.  

Workshop topic include behavior supports, IEP, and guardianship, pathways to diplomas, APD, and transition services to work.

Lakeland High School
726 Hollingsworth Road
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Employment Collaboration for 3/16 Event

Employment Collaboration for 3/16 Event

Pasco-Hernando State College Career and Testing Services will host an Increase Your Bottom Line by Hiring Individuals with Disabilities Lunch and...

President Trump

The nation’s last Republican President, George W. Bush, stated in his first month in office about people with disabilities, “Wherever any barrier stands between you and the full rights and dignity of citizenship, we must work to remove it, in the name of simple decency and simple justice.”...

 

ABLE United is excited to invite you to the next monthly webinar covering the ABLE United account basics being hosted on Feb. 28 at 8 p.m.

 

Saving for the future is a way of life for some; but for individuals with disabilities, fear of losing...

Find a Regional Demonstration Center Near You

FAAST, Inc. provides short-term loans where consumers and professionals throughout the state can borrow Assistive Technology (AT) devices for a period of up to 30 days from their designated RDC.