special needs Lifetown Tallahassee: Organizers Want To Bring Job, Life Skills To Kids And Adults With Disabilities By Gina Jordan • Oct 2, 2019 Beth Spear/Progressive Pediatric There’s a vision of a place in Tallahassee where kids and adults with disabilities can learn and work. Plans are underway to make Lifetown a reality, and two fundraisers this month will help. Walton Co. First Responders Kick Off New Program To Better Help Special Need Residents By Sascha Cordner • Aug 7, 2018 Walton County Sheriff's office website The Walton County Sheriff’s office is hoping to better assist residents with differing special needs with the kick off of a new program. Bills Aimed At Getting More Pro Bono Attys. To Help Special Needs Kids Clear First Panels By Sascha Cordner • Oct 30, 2017 Florida Guardian Ad Litem Facebook Bills aimed at fixing a glitch in a Florida law have cleared their first legislative committees in the House and Senate. The two measures could get more pro bono attorneys to help kids with special needs. Bills Filed To Link More Pro Bono Attorneys With Florida's Special Needs Kids By Sascha Cordner • Aug 23, 2017 ClipArt101 Two Florida lawmakers are hoping to get more pro-bono attorneys to help kids with special needs for the 2018 legislative session. While Hurricane Season Months Away, Officials Want Residents To Start Preparing Now By Sascha Cordner • Mar 27, 2017 MGN Online The official start to the Hurricane Season may be months away, but Panhandle health officials want area residents to start preparing early. Fla. Holocaust Memorial, Missing Persons With Special Needs Among Bills Signed Into Law By Sascha Cordner • Apr 6, 2016 MGN Online The construction of the Florida Holocaust Memorial is one step closer to becoming reality. That's among 20 bills Governor Rick Scott signed into law Wednesday. Bill Helping Track Missing People With Special Needs Close To Senate Floor By Sascha Cordner • Oct 23, 2015 MGN Online A bill helping law enforcement search for missing people with special needs has one more committee stop before heading to the Senate floor. It’s by Sen. Charlie Dean (R-Inverness). Bill Refiled Making It Easier To Track Missing People With Special Needs By Sascha Cordner • Aug 5, 2015 FDLE A Florida lawmaker has refiled a measure making it easier for law enforcement to track missing people with special needs. With Hurricane Season Underway, Residents Encouraged To Join Special Needs Registry By Sascha Cordner • Jul 7, 2015 MGN Online With Hurricane Season underway, Florida Emergency Management officials want residents to be aware of a program aimed at helping people with special needs during an emergency situation.