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Event 
Registration

People On the Go Maryland (People On the Go) has a calendar of events that are open to all members. Register for any one of them below.

Bi-Weekly/
People On the Go Weekly Membership Meetings

Stay on the lookout for emails from Tami about our bi-weekly member calls. The one-hour calls on Friday afternoons give members a time to check in and learn about special topics from guest speakers.

June 4 (Saturday), 11 a.m. to 3 p.m./
People On the Go Quarterly Membership Meeting

A chance for members to gather virtually to catch up on People On the Go updates, news, and events. This meeting is open to all members.

May 6 (Friday), 10 a.m. to 12 p.m./
Project STIR: Communication 

Emotions and body language are key elements of how we communicate with others. During this Project STIR module, you will learn effective ways of communication for both the in-person and the virtual setting. The trainers will share ways of being assertive during communication so that others can see you as independent and capable of making decisions about your life. Listening skills will also be discussed.

May 14 (Saturday), 10 a.m. to 12 p.m./
Project STIR: Problem Solving 

Problem solving is an important skill to have so that we can make our own decisions. When we make a decision, we have to think about all the options and the consequences of those options. Problem solving skills help us to work through difficult situations. In this Project STIR module, you will learn how to recognize your emotions, and the influence they have on decision-making. Our trainers will share problem-solving steps that can help guide decision-making in difficult situations.

May 20 (Friday), 10 a.m. to 12 p.m./
Project STIR: Rights and Responsibilities 

What is the difference between a right and responsibility? You have certain rights about where you chose to live, what accommodations you receive at work, and how you chose to spend time with others. During this Project STIR module, our trainers will help you identify your rights and the responsibilities that come with them. The trainers will also cover the topic of self-determination.

May 25 (Wednesday), 3 p.m. to 5 p.m./
Project STIR: Communication 

Emotions and body language are key elements of how we communicate with others. During this Project STIR module, you will learn effective ways of communication for both the in-person and the virtual setting. The trainers will share ways of being assertive during communication so that others can see you as independent and capable of making decisions about your life. Listening skills will also be discussed.

June 3 (Friday), 10 a.m. to 12 p.m./
Project STIR: Problem Solving 

Problem solving is an important skill to have so that we can make our own decisions. When we make a decision, we have to think about all the options and the consequences of those options. Problem solving skills help us to work through difficult situations. In this Project STIR module, you will learn how to recognize your emotions, and the influence they have on decision-making. Our trainers will share problem-solving steps that can help guide decision-making in difficult situations.

June 8 (Wednesday), 3 p.m. to 5 p.m./
Project STIR: Rights and Responsibilities 

What is the difference between a right and responsibility? You have certain rights about where you chose to live, what accommodations you receive at work, and how you chose to spend time with others. During this Project STIR module, our trainers will help you identify your rights and the responsibilities that come with them. The trainers will also cover the topic of self-determination.