Parents of children with autism face a unique set of challenges. The opportunity to connect with other families who have been through similar experiences can be a valuable form of support. Please join our monthly support group, available in both English and Spanish.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
SAVE THE DATE!
The Special Education Process: Beyond the Basics
Overview of the special education process
For Parents and Professionals
Attend this Training in improve your advocacy skills
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SCDD Central Coast, SARC y PHP tenemos el propósito de educar a la comunidad sobre la importancia de los informes de Disparidad ofrecerles una descripción general de las estadísticas.
Estas reuniones educativas se realizan con el ánimo de trabajar juntos para lograr que las personas con discapacidades utilicen tantos servicios como sea posible para integrarse totalmente a la comunidad.
This meeting is for parents or professionals who are interested in learning more about our Shire House residential programs, shared housing and or services.
Our residential programs and services are for young adults (18-28 years old) who are within the high-functioning Autism spectrum.
This interest meeting is held the 4th Saturday of each month except November and December. There is no cost for this meeting but we do ask that you send a rsvp to Liz at the email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by EcoGreen Group of Silicon Valley
Jump Start Problem-Solving: Effective Steps to Improve Your Child's Special Education Program Sooner
Loni Allen, Education Specialist, joined by the guest co-presenter: Susan J. Bardet, Attorney, Special Ed Legal Consults
Special Ed Legal Consults primarily works with Bay Area companies that support their employees who are parents of children with disabilities by offering legal consults as employee perks.
Learn about your Procedural Safeguards [Parental Rights] Related to Special Education
- Prior Written Notice
- Parental consent
- Confidentiality of Information
- Education Records
- State Complaint Procedures
- Due Process Complaint Procedure overview
- Procedures when Disciplining Children with Disabilities
Supplementary and Related Services
Learn about various supplementary services
Why they are an important component of an IEP
Understand how related services are tied to IEP goals
Learn about the variety of related services and the many ways they can be provided
Meet other parents in your community. Participate in a support/peer group, the last hour of the workshop
Rules of Adverse Assumptions & Creating Paper Trails
A quiet, sensory-friendly morning of photos with Santa, in partnership with Autism Speaks.
The music will be off, we’ll have coloring activities in our new turf area next to Santa, and the Santa team will be assisting families who prefer a calmer, quieter Santa photo experience.