Parents Helping Parents
Providing Indiana families and service providers the information and training necessary to assure effective educational programs and appropriate services for children and young adults with disabilities.
IN*SOURCE Adds New Training - Procedural Safeguards
IN*SOURCE has uploaded a new video on procedural safeguards in special education. Procedural Safeguards are protections that are woven throughout the special education process. It is vital that parents understand these rules and procedures which define and protect student and parent rights in the special education process. This webinar provides an explanation of the safeguards and timelines including written notice, access to records, confidentiality, written consent, resolution of disagreements, and parent participation.
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New Training Video Available - Building Cultural Bridges
IN*SOURCE has just finished producing a new video, "Interpreters: Building Cultural Bridges." This webinar is for current Spanish-language interpreters and those interested in interpretation. This session will show the importance of accurate, impartial interpretations, discuss interpreting "etiquette," present OSEP-created educational terminology in the Spanish language as a guide for interpreters, and establish the need for Spanish language interpreters to have additional training in the special education process to better understand their role in the case conference.
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