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Case conferences can be confusing and stressful for parents. This session helps parents identify issues of concern, organize documents, prepare information, and communicate effectively during the case conference. This class will help parents become their child's best advocate and build positive relationships with school personnel.
Senate Bill 345 called for a commission to be developed for the ongoing development of safe seclusion and restraint in schools.
This webinar will discuss seclusion and restraint rules and definitions, training and monitoring requirements of those rules, and options if parents have questions or concerns about the application of those rules in their school district.
Esta sesión proporciona una breve descripción general del proceso de educación especial con énfasis en el papel de los padres en el proceso, las opciones de resolución de disputas para los padres y la importancia de construir buenas relaciones
An individualized education program (IEP) is a written document, developed by the case conference committee, that describes how a student will access the general education curriculum and the special education and related services needed to participate in the educational environment. This presentation will provide an overview of the components of the IEP and emphasizes parent involvement in the development of the IEP for their child.
This training is for foster parents, case managers, CASAs, judges, teachers, and others who work with foster children. It provides information about risk factors for foster children with disabilities, the special education process and how to advocate for foster children.