Advocacy for Patients with Chronic Illness, Inc.
Jennifer C. Jaff, ESQ. Email: Patient_advocate@sbcglobal.net
Telephone: (860) 674-1370 Website: www.advocacyforpatients.org
Fax: (860) 674-1378
Cell: (860) 305-9835
Location: 18 Timberline Drive, Farmington, CT 06032
The Advocacy provides free information, advice and advocacy services to patients with chronic illnesses nationwide in areas including health and disability insurance, Social Security disability, employment discrimination, family and medical leave, educational equity, and resource location.
Funeral Consumers Alliance of Rhode Island
Susan Graefe, President Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (401) 884-1131 Website: http://www.funerals.org/affiliates/rhodeisland/
Mailing Address: 119 Kenyon Ave East Greenwich, RI 02818 Spring Newsletter
Protecting Consumers Rights to choose meaningful and affordable funerals. FCA-RI is a 501(c)(3) fully non-profit educational organization dedicated to helping consumers make funeral or memorial arrangements that are meaningful and affordable. We are run solely by volunteers and have no attachment to the funeral industry or any religious group. Our education is provided through group presentations, Funeral Home General Price List Surveys, FCA-RI newsletter and other printed materials and Individual Consultations.
Main Street Martial Arts
Main Street Martial Arts is a Family Community Center that provides individuals and families with affordable classes in the physical arts. We offer Aikido, Karate, Yoga, Tai chi, just to name a few. We have programs for Parents-to-be, infants, toddlers, children, youth and adults.
Steve C. Imber, Ph.D Email: email@example.com
Educational Specialist Website: http://dr-imber.com/
Telephone: (401) 421-4004 Soco Magazine article, page 47
Fax: (401) 233-0946
Location: 145 Waterman Street, Providence, RI 02906
During the past 35 years, I have served as an educational consultant for parents in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. I serve as an advocate for parents of children and youth with disabilities. I also conduct independent educational evaluations when parents seek an alternative evaluation from one conducted by a local school department.
The populations of children with whom I work include: ADD, autism, cognitive delays, emotional disorders, gifted and talented, learning disabilities and others.
I continue to serve as a full time professor of Special Education at Rhode Island College where I have been employed since 1973.
I have held national office in my field, authored articles in a regional and national basis and have served as a presenter at many local, state, regional and national conferences. I am currently writing a column for SOCO Magazine as well as the Rhode Island Family Magazine.
Family Resources Community Action
Family Resources Community Action is committed to helping low income individuals and families improve the quality of their lives and achieve self sufficiency. Our support and services include assistance with family support, employment and training, child welfare, housing and transitional support, HIV/AIDS support and money management.