- Tue, Jan 17To Register, Email: email@example.comJan 17, 2023, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PMTo Register, Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgKDC is pleased to offer free, public presentations designed to help parents navigate their roles and responsibilities in the face of an increasingly complex world of special education. Week 5 - January 17th - Early Intervention - What to expect when transitioning from Early Intervention
- Tue, Feb 07To Register, Email: email@example.comFeb 07, 2023, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PMTo Register, Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgKDC is pleased to offer free, public presentations designed to help parents navigate their roles and responsibilities in the face of an increasingly complex world of special education. Week 6 - February 7th - ESY & Compensatory Services, what it is and who qualifies
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WE WILL PRESENT TO YOUR GROUP!
Would you like Christine or Tina to present a workshop to your group or organization? We’d be happy to present a tailored presentation or choose one from the following:
An overview of the importance of parent input and ways to ensure that the whole child is being considered when determining appropriate services and placement options.
FOUNDATIONS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
An overview of the basic rights and protections under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), a brief overview of Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, and an explanation of record keeping and the assessment process.
This workshop gives a detailed overview of early intervention and transition services at age three to families and professionals who serve infants and toddlers with disabilities. It also includes procedural safeguards and tips and pointers for a successful transition
EARLY INTERVENTION AND TRANSITION AT AGE THREE
IEP RIGHTS AND STRATEGIES
An overview of the rights and protections mandated for special needs children under IDEA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the value of record keeping, the requirements of the assessment process, timelines and other legal components of an IEP, including goals and objectives. Communication techniques are interspersed throughout the workshop.
IEP TIPS AND POINTERS
Tried and true tips on how to positively advocate for your children, strengthen the relationships between parents and service agencies, and help create the appropriate IEP program.
Focuses on the individual's rights and accommodations in school, postsecondary education and workplace. Sample Section 504 accommodation and individual health plans are included. Positive communication techniques are interspersed throughout the workshop.