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The October Disability Art Exhibit at Los Angeles City Hall featured Academy of Special Dreams Foundation and LIFT artists.
The Academy of Special Dreams Foundation will honor a distinguished Latino leader, Fernando De Necochea, who has worked to foster a more inclusive society and better the Latino community in the greater Los Angeles area Saturday, Oct. 20.
Integrated health care means that a team of specialists with different disciplines combine their talents and expertise to offer a balanced and holistic approach to wellness and health care.
“These schools implement outstanding educational programs and practices that help California students realize their potential and put them on the path to achieve their dreams,” said State Superintendent Tom Torlakson.
“We are very pleased that someone with John’s 20-year track record of leadership in our District schools will be using his talents, experience, and dedication to continue the work that Dr. Laurel Bear set so skillfully in motion with Gateway to Success,” said Denise Jaramillo, AUSD superintendent.
Taste of Alhambra Restaurant Week brought a lot of energy to the Downtown area.
The Academy of Special Dreams Foundation organized its first ever global project that served the special needs community in Mexico in December.
More than 25,000 attendees are expected to visit the 200 booths to explore Asian cultures.