No. County Mom's Group - Nov 16, 2017

  • 29 October 2017

November Meeting

Thursday, November 16, 2017

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Tio Leo's Mexican Restaurant
3510 Valley Centre Dr.
San Diego, CA 92130    

Dinner: Mexican Food (GF available)
Dinner is provided


Join us for the NFAR Mom's Group!  It's an evening for Moms to come together in a fun and relaxed setting.  The group will meet the 3rd Thursday of the month for dinner and guest speakers.  It's an opportunity to share resources, experiences and enjoy being with other moms of individuals with autism.

November Topic: SEEDS Educational Services, Inc.

SEEDS was established in 1987 by Stacy Everson, R.N. in response to the growing number of sexual abuse cases involving people with developmental disabilities. Research indicates that people with developmental disabilities are t high risk of being sexually and physically abused.  Even more alarming is that statistics show the perpetrators of the abuse are trusted by and well known to the victim. When Ms. Everson inquired about what was being done to teach people with developmental disabilities how to protect themselves and  prevent sexual assault, she learned that no agencies existed to provide preventative services. Ms Everson began building what has become SEEDS Educational Services, Inc. by enlisting self-advocates serving as speakers, partnering with volunteers, and various educational consultants to help create, implement and evaluate curricula specializing in personal safety for people with developmental disabilities.  To learn more,

Guest Speaker: Stacy F. Everson, RN, BSN Founder and Executive Director, SEEDS Educational Services, Inc.

Stacy F. Everson is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelors Degree in Nursing and Public Health.  She has national certification in developmental disabilities and family life education. 

As the Founder & Executive Director of SEEDS Educational Services, Inc., Stacy he specializes in social-sexual education, speaking/trainings, work-shops & conferences, coordinating and collaboration with other agencies in creating effective educational tools and opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities.