Proudly our worker s work daily for make Rochester a better place. From parents representation, Advocates and Activist, Workshop organizer, and Organizers. Our City can be a better place and our workers and volunteers are the ones who can make it!
Ana Casserly is an Activist for the people with special needs. Ana started to defend the rights of the people in 1999 when the Rochester City School District told her that her son was never going to graduate with a high school diploma because of his special needs. Now in 2016, Ana is still helping people and defending all of yours and ours rights.
Gloria Sabastro is an Activist for the people in the city of Rochester. Being the president of the bilingual council for several years and now is our Parent Workshop Organizer. Gloria is a mother and a grandmother of kids in the Rochester City School District. Now she have some years doing this and involved in the community.
Berta Baez is a grandmother and the parent representation of Special Parents Special Kids. Involved in the community for more than 5 years and helping Special Parents Special Kids with parent representation. Berta is also a special kid grandmother and she knows what our kids needs. she is an incredible speaker and a great fighter for the community.
Richard Codding is a super active community member not just with Special parents Special Kids. Richard is been involved with the Rochester community for years and now he is supporting the tabling team in Special Parents Special Kids. Richard is part of the cleaning and gardening team of El Camino Trail in the City of Rochester.
Juan Collado is a 11th grade student and advocate. Juan is also a Organizer for SPSK, organizing the administrative duties in order for the kids with special needs to get their rights met. Juan has more than 3 years experience of helping the community. Juan is the first 16 year old Worker teen at our program.
Myrna Gonzales is a mother of a special kid and the president of the bilingual council in the city of Rochester. Myrna is being helping parents in the community with problems like DSS cases and community services. Being our first parent Myrna had more than 10 years of experience with kids and the community.