Haley Moss

past events

 

HALEY MOSS WILL BE HONORED AT THIS EVENT AND HAS DONATED A SIGNATURE ACRYLIC ART CANVAS TITLED “MAR-A-LAGO” TO BE AUCTIONED WITH PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT WXEL PUBLIC BROADCASTING











Ms. Haley Moss

Dear Haley:

We are delighted to announce you as the 2011 Samsung Teen Hero Honoree for our 10th Anniversary of Samsung Hope for Children gala on June 7, 2011 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York. We admire your incredible work and also your charitable goals to put a face on why companies and the community at large should support kids with disabilities of any kind and children’s charities at large and your personal incredible talent. You are a true role model for both our youth and the community at large. 

Together as we celebrate giving the 10th Anniversary of Samsung Hope for Children we can shine a better light on how both businesses and the community can give back through creativity and sharing a voice for those less fortunate.
























Dan Marino, The Dan Marino Foundation

“Samsung Hope for Children, which I’ve had the pleasure of working with for the past 10 years, helps bring broad awareness to a cause that is important to me and my family,” said Dan Marino. “A great example resulting from our collective efforts is spotlighting the talented artist and writer, Haley Moss, who was honored at this year’s event. It’s proof that our partnership is working, and I look forward to continuing to collaborate with Samsung to make a positive impact in children’s lives.”

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Parkland Girl with Disability

to Receive International Award




ARLINGTON, VA, December 30, 2010 — Haley Moss, 16, has overcome the challenges of

autism to become an accomplished artist and published author. Because of her achievements, she will receive a 2011 Yes I Can! Award from the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) next spring.


Each year, CEC honors 27 students with disabilities who have excelled. Awards are

given in nine categories: academics, arts, athletics, community service, employment,

extracurricular activities, independent living skills, self-advocacy, and technology. CEC is proud to honor Haley with this award in the arts category.


“The Yes I Can! Awards were developed to honor students with disabilities who have

achieved remarkable things,” says Anna Baker, who oversees CEC’s awards program. “Haley exemplifies the spirit of these awards with her hard work and perseverance.”


Haley taught herself to draw at a young age and was particularly interested in Japanese

anime cartoons. By age 12 she had mastered the techniques of computerized sketch art. Her keen observations of middle school culture inspired her to write and illustrate a book to help other children – both with and without disabilities – navigate those often-difficult years. This

experience has likewise helped Haley improve her social skills with both peers and adults.


Recognizing the importance of giving back to her community, she has also raised money

for local disability organizations by auctioning her artwork.


Haley will be honored at the Yes I Can! Award Ceremony on April 27 at the Gaylord

National Hotel and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md., as part of the CEC 2011

Convention & Expo.


CEC is an international community of educators who are the voice and vision of special

and gifted education. CEC’s mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with

exceptionalities and their families through professional excellence and advocacy.


For more information about CEC’s annual convention, please visit

www.cec.sped.org/convention.


For more information about the Yes I Can! Awards, please visit

www.cec.sped.org/yesican.

Project Lifesaver names Haley Moss as Ambassador for Project Lifesaver International !

 


























Please watch the above video and visit the links at the bottom to read about this tremendous organization.

 

Phone: 877-580-LIFE (5433)



www.projectlifesaver.org

www.pliproduct.com

http://twitter.com/Projectlifesaver

 

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SEPTEMBER 2011

CITY OF BOCA RATON PRESENTS:


“Art in Public Places”

featuring renowned artist


HALEY MOSS 


on display during the month of September

Boca Raton Community Center

150 Crawford Boulevard

Boca Raton, Florida 33432

561.393.7807

 

OCTOBER 2011



PROJECT LIFESAVER INTERNATIONAL

is proud to announce that ambassador

HALEY MOSS

will be speaking at the 2011 Project Lifesaver International training conference on October 6th, 2011

in sunny Palm Beach, Florida


For more information please see contact information below.



Office:  561-847-7659

             866-547-LIFE (5433)


www.projectlifesaver.org

www.pliproduct.com

http://twitter.com/Projectlifesaver

 

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When

January 27, 2012

7:30 AM to 4:00 PM


Where

Keith C. and Elaine Johnson World Performing Arts Center,

Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida

















HALEY MOSS

has been added to the speaker list for this event !


CLICK HERE TO SEE MY PRESENTATION



Join us for an exciting one-day conference, which convenes some of the country’s top experts who specialize in helping high school students with learning differences smoothly transition after high school to higher education. Hear from professionals and experts in ADHD, dyslexia, autism spectrum disorders, and other learning differences.

The Transitions 2011 conference brought together 650 attendees from 20 states and 8 countries for a day of learning and informational exchange. The third annual Transitions conference has a comprehensive program, with 2 plenary sessions, 21 breakout sessions, and 14 speakers. A special conference track will be offered to high school students accompanying their parents.


JANUARY 2012


66th Annual FCEC Conference, October 25-27, 2012

JUPITER BEACH RESORT & SPA

 


5 North A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477-5190

  

Conference Registration and Information:

www.floridacec.org


 Hotel Registration and Information:

 Reservations: 1-800- 228-8810

 (Book by September 24, 2012)

SPECIAL GROUP RATE of $135 >> use

Code: FCECCO1024

 

Mail payment and registration form to:  

Suzanne Pollard

847 Blueberry Drive

Wellington, FL 33414 

 

 

Dear CEC members:

 

It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to Jupiter and the 2012 Conference for the Council for Exceptional Children! The local chapters are excited to share their beautiful beaches! 

 

     This year’s conference highlights are:

Dr. Marilyn Friend, International CEC Immediate Past President and current Chair and Professor, Dept. of Specialized Education Services, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, N.C., and Dr. Monica Verra-Tirado, Florida’s new Director of the Bureau of Exceptional Education. Finally, Ms. Haley Moss, one of Florida’s 3 Yes! I Can 2011 winners, whose artwork has been featured on NBC, CNN and PBS, will be highlighted during this conference. Haley’s website can be viewed at www.haleymossart.com


 

FEBRUARY 2012

WalkAbout Autism

January 28, 2012

Sun Life Stadium

Dan Marino Foundation

Benefiting charities

Dan Marino Foundation

UM/NSU CARD

Autism Society of Miami-Dade & Broward counties

MAY 2012

OCTOBER 2012




About the Conference

The 20th Annual Statewide CARD conference is Florida's premier conference on Autism Spectrum Disorder for professionals and families. National experts and regional professionals offer informative and stimulating presentations on a variety of topics on research, innovation, and effective educational programs for people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

This Year's Conference: January 11-13, 2013

This year's conference will be held at the fabulous TradeWinds Island Grand Resort in sunny St. Pete Beach, Florida




HALEY MOSS

WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE FOR HER BOOK SIGNING!

SHE WILL ACCOMPANY SUSAN MORANTES, COLLEGE ADMINISTRATOR, REPRESENTING THE DAN MARINO FOUNDATION AND MARINO COLLEGE


 

JANUARY 2013


Transitions 2013: High School to Higher Education - Options for Students with Learning Differences


FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 1, 2013


A conference for parents, principals and headmasters, psychologists, guidance counselors, special education teachers, educational consultants and high school students.


Join us for an exciting one-day conference that convenes some of the country's top experts who specialize in helping high school students with learning differences smoothly transition from high school to higher education. Hear from professionals and experts in ADHD, dyslexia, autism spectrum disorders and other learning differences.


HALEY MOSS WILL BE SPEAKING

AT THE CONFERENCE !!


WHEN:


1:45 p.m.

Making the Leap: The Journey From High School to College
Haley Moss, an 18 year-old college freshman with high-functioning autism, will share her personal experiences with transitioning from high school to college and share some very helpful tips and experiences in order to have a smooth college transition. She will talk about living independently, self-advocacy, making friends, academic success, and all of the important essentials needed for a happy college life and an easier transition.

                          CLICK HERE FOR A LINK TO THE

LYNN UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE INFORMATION

 

FEBRUARY 2013