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IDEA 2004
(
Individuals with Disabilities Education

Improvement Act of 2004)

Disability Specific Information

A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O ·
P · Q · R · S · T · U · V · W · X · Y ·
Z

A                  

·    Accommodation Determination Form (KDE)

·    Acronyms of Special Education

·    Admissions and Release Committee (ARC)

     Conference Summary Report (KDE)

·    Invitation to an Admissions and Release

     Committee (ARC) Meeting [Meeting Notice] (KDE)

·    Preparing for ARC/IEP meeting: Notes for the meeting

·    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) HOME PAGE (DOJ)

·    ADA Regulations and Technical Assistance Materials (DOJ)

·    Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) Southeast DBTAC  (Regional Disability and Business Technical Assistance Centers)

·    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (Pacer)

      - Accommodations Categories Chart

      - ADA Q&A...ADA + FMLA = Job Protections for Parents
-
ADA Q&A...ADA and Transition

-
ADA Q&A...Back to School

-
ADA Q&A...Child Care Providers

-
ADA Q&A...Filing a Complaint

-
ADA Q&A...Health Care Providers
-
ADA Q&A...How Can I Help My Son or
  Daughter Get That Job?

-
ADA Q&A...Summer Fun
-
ADA Q&A...The ADA, Section 504 &
  Postsecondary Education

-
ADA Q&A...The Rehabilitation Act and
  the ADA Connection

·    Alternate Portfolio Participation Guidelines (KDE)

·    Attending Meetings to Plan Your Child's IEP  (PACER)

·    Assessment and Accommodations (NICHCY)

·    Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) Fact Sheet  (NICHCY)

·    Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) (NICHCY)

·    Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) (CHADD):
Understanding AD/HD Causes Symptoms Evaluation Treatment  CHADD's Role Terms to Know FAQs  Research Studies

·    Autism / PDD Fact Sheet (NICHCY)  

·    Resources on Autism and PDD (NICHCY)

·      Kentucky’s Family Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders (KATC)

·    Available Technology for People with Disabilities (PACER)  


              

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·    Basic Disability Etiquette Tips (Pacer) 

·    Be Your Own Best Advocate (Pacer) 

·        Families Need Support: The Challenges of
Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
(PACER) 

·    Blindness/ Visual Impairment (NICHCY) 

·    Behavior:

      -  Behavior Intervention Plan (KDE)

      -  Emotional Disturbance Fact Sheet  (NICHCY)

      -  Families Need Support: The Challenges of
   Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
(PACER) 

      -  Creating a Positive Behavior Intervention Plan
    and a Crisis Plan: Things to consider if your
    child has a disability and behavior needs (PACER)

      -  Functional Behavioral Assessment and Positive
   Interventions: What Parents Need to Know
(PACER)
Planning for a meeting about your child's behavior
   needs
(PACER)
Residential Programs for Children with Emotional and
   Behavioral Disorders: Things for Parents to
   Consider
(PACER)
School Accommodations and Modifications (See
   Translations for Spanish.)
(PACER)
School Wide Behavior Programs (PACER)
Teaching Students to Self-Manage
   Their Behavior
(PACER)
What Is an Emotional or Behavioral Disorder? (PACER)
Behavior at Home (NICHCY)
Behavior at School (NICHCY)
 
Behavior Assessment, Plans, and Positive Supports
   (NICHCY)
Behavior Expertise
  (NICHCY)   

      -  Tantrums, Tears, and Tempers: Behavior Is
   Communication  (PACER)

      -  Young Children with Challenging Behavior:
   When Should Parents Be Concerned? (PACER)

·    Bullying (NICHCY)

·    Bullying (Pacer):
- Pacer Center's "Kids Against Bullying"
- Pacer Center's "Teen's Against Bullying"
- Bullying Fast Facts

- Common Views about Bullying

- IEP and Bullying

- Is Your Child Being Bullied in CyberSpace?

- Notifying School Administrators

- Record Keeping and Bullying

- Resource List for Young Readers

- Talk to Your Child About Bullying
- Telling Classmates About Your Child’s Disability
  May Foster Acceptance

- Three Step Plan to Stopping Bullying

- What Every Kid Needs to Know about Bullying

      - What If Your Child IS the Bully?

 

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·        Categories of Disability under IDEA (NICHCY)

·       Categories of Diverse Disabilities (PACER)

·        Catalog of Publications  (NICHCY)

·        The Care Notebook [National Center works to ensure that children
and youth with special health care needs (CYSHCN)
]

·        Cerebral Palsy Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

·       Questions and Answers Certificate of Attainment and Standard Diploma (KDE)

·       Chart Your Own Future: How Your IEP Can Help (PACER)

·        Children’s Literature and Disability (NICHCY)

·       Parent Information and Advocacy Tips "How was school today?"communication  (NDSS)

·    Helping Students with Cognitive Disabilities Find and Keep a Job   (NICHCY)   

·       College or Training Programs: How to Decide (PACER)

·       Communicating with Your Child’s School Through Letter Writing (NICHCY)

·       Communication in the Special Education Process (PACER)

·       Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child's School (NICHCY & CADRE)

·       Communication with the Corrections System: What Should Parents Know? (PACER)

·       Consent for Special Education and Related Services (KDE)

·       Communication Tips for Building Strong Relationships (CADRE - PEAL)

·       Creating a Positive Behavior Intervention Plan and
a Crisis Plan:  Things to consider if your child has a disability
and behavior needs
(PACER)

·       Creating Accessible Web Sites (PACER)

 

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·        Deafness and Hearing Loss Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

·        General Information about Disabilities (NICHCY)

·        Developing Your Child's IEP (NICHCY)

·        Dictionary of Special Education Terms

·        KY Commonwealth Diploma Program Requirements (KDE)
   
New Graduation Req. Chart
   
New Math Requirements for Graduation

·        Questions and Answers Certificate of Attainment and Standard Diploma (KDE)

·    Disability Awareness: A Resource List  (NICHCY)

·    Kentucky Disability Resources Manual (HDI)

·      Kentucky’s Family Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders (KATC)

·    Divorce and Special Education (PACER)

·        Down Syndrome Fact Sheet  (NICHCY)

·        Most Commonly Used Special Education Terms

·      Due Process Complaint (NICHCY)

·       Questions and Answers On Procedural Safeguards and Due Process Procedures For Parents and Children With Disabilities ~ June 2009 (CADRE)

·       Beyond Mediation: Strategies For Appropriate Early Dispute Resolution In Special Education (CADRE)

·       OSEP IDEA Dispute Resolution Process Comparison Chart (CADRE)

·      Dispute Resolution Process (KDE):
Mediation   Mediation Request Form
Formal Written Complaints  Formal Complaint Form
Due Process Hearings  
Due Process Hearing
   Request Form

·        Drop Out Prevention and Students with Disabilities: The Role of Service Learning (PACER)

·        Drop-Out Prevention: Parents Play a Key Role (PACER)

·        Drop-out Prevention: Three Ways Parents Can Help Their Child with a Disability Stay in School (PACER)

·        Dropout Prevention and Youth with Disabilities: Strategies for Parents of High School Students (PACER)

·        Dropout Prevention and Youth with Disabilities: Strategies for Parents of Middle School Students  (PACER)

·        Dropout Prevention and Youth with Disabilities: The Role of Mentors  (PACER)

 

 

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·    Early Childhood (PACER):
- Ages at Which Children Develop Specific Skills
- Augmentative Device Helps Max Speak
- Childhood Skills Checklist
- Getting Off to a Good Start: Positive Interactions
  with Diverse Families in Early Intervention and
  Early Childhood Special Education

      - Early Literacy: Parents Play a Key Role
- How to Communicate Effectively with Early
  Childhood Professionals

- Learning to Communicate
- Potential Community Partners and Locations for
  Parent Outreach Activities in Diverse Communities

- Preparing for Transition from Early Intervention to
  an Individualized Education Program

- Simple, Inexpensive Devices Can Assist in Communication
- Strategies for Success in Local Early Childhood Parent
  Outreach Activities Among Diverse Cultures

      -  Tantrums, Tears, and Tempers: Behavior Is
   Communication

- Techniques and Devices Can Help a Child Learn
   to Communicate

- Understanding the Early Intervention System
- What is the Difference Between an IFSP and an IEP?
- When Your Child Turns Three: Moving from an IFSP
   to an IEP

- Young Children with Challenging Behavior: When
  Should Parents Be Concerned?

·     Kentucky's Early Childhood:

      - First Steps Fact Sheet - English version  First Steps
  Fact Sheet - Spanish version

      - Family Guide to Services, Color Version, English
 (First Steps)
  Family Guide to Services, black and white version,
  English  (First Steps)

      - Building a Strong Foundation for School Success
  Kentucky's Early Childhood Standards -
  Revised - June 09

      - Building  A Strong Foundation for School Success The
  Kentucky Early Childhood Standards Parent Guide:
  Ages - Birth to Three
(KECTP) 
Spanish Language

      - Building  A Strong Foundation for School Success The
  Kentucky Early Childhood Standards Parent Guide:
  Ages - Three to Four  
(KECTP)
Spanish Language

      - Building  A Strong Foundation for School Success: Parent
  Guide Tip Sheet

      - Building  A Strong Foundation for School Success: Parent
  Guides - Overview/Summary Page
- Step-BY-STEP: A family guide for transition into
 
preschool (KECTP)

- Families and the Transition Process: Primary Style
  (KECTP)

·        Finding Help for Young Children with Disabilities (Birth-5) (NICHCY)

·    Effective Mathematics Instruction    (NICHCY)

·       Eligibility Documentation for (KDE):
-  
Autism
Deaf Blind
Developmental Delay
Emotional Behavior Disability
Functional Mental Disability
Hearing Impaired
Mild Mental Disability
Multiple Disabilities
Orthopedically Impaired
Other Health Impaired
Specific Learning Disability
Speech Language

Traumatic Brain Injury
Visually Impaired

·    Emotional

      -  Emotional Disturbance Fact Sheet  (NICHCY)

      -  Families Need Support: The Challenges of Emotional
   and Behavioral Disorders
(PACER) 

      -  Creating a Positive Behavior Intervention Plan
   and a Crisis Plan: Things to consider if your
   child has a disability and behavior needs (PACER)

      -  Functional Behavioral Assessment and
   Positive Interventions: What Parents
   Need to Know
(PACER)

      -  Behavior Intervention Plan (KDE)
Planning for a meeting about your child's
   behavior needs
(PACER)
Residential Programs for Children with
   Emotional and Behavioral
   Disorders: Things for Parents to Consider
(PACER)
School Accommodations and Modifications  (PACER)
School Wide Behavior Programs (PACER)
Teaching Students to Self-Manage Their
   Behavior
(PACER)
What Is an Emotional or Behavioral Disorder? (PACER)
Behavior at Home (NICHCY)
Behavior at School (NICHCY)
 
Behavior Assessment, Plans, and Positive Supports
   (NICHCY)
Behavior Expertise
  (NICHCY)   

·       Epilepsy Fact Sheet   (NICHCY)

·       Evaluation: What Does It Mean for Your Child?(PACER)

·        Just for Parents: Learning about Special Education Evaluation (PACER)

·    Evaluating Children for Disability (NICHCY)

·       Consent to Evaluate (KDE)

·    Evaluation Planning Form (KDE)

 

   

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·        Facilitated IEP Meetings (PACER)

·        Families Need Support: The Challenges of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (PACER) 

·        Father’s Involvement Is Important / Tips for Fathers of Children with Disabilities (PACER)

·        Finding Help for Young Children with Disabilities (Birth-5) (NICHCY)

·        First Steps Fact Sheet - English version  First Steps
Fact Sheet - Spanish version

·    Family Guide: Kentucky Disability Resources Manual (HDI)

·      Kentucky’s Family Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders (KATC)

·        Family Guide to Services, Color Version, English
 (First Steps)
  Family Guide to Services, black and white version,
  English  (First Steps)

·        From Experience to Influence: The Power of a Parent’s Story (PACER)

·        Functional Behavioral Assessment and Positive Interventions: What
Parents Need to Know
(PACER)

·        Creating a Positive Behavior Intervention Plan and a
Crisis Plan: Things to consider if your child has a
disability and behavior needs (PACER)

·        Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

·        Example 504 Plan

·        Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973/Overview of the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (PACER)

·        Section 504 (NICHCY)

·        Office for Civil Rights: YOUR RIGHTS UNDER SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT

·        Section 504: How To File a Complaint with the Office for Civil Rights (OCR)

·        Section 504:Office for Civil Rights - Headquarters and Regional contact information (OCR)

 

 

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·       General Information about Disabilities (NICHCY)

·       Graduation KY Commonwealth Diploma Program Requirements (KDE)
   
New Graduation Req. Chart
   
New Math Requirements for Graduation

·       Graduation:  Questions and Answers Certificate of Attainment and Standard Diploma (KDE)

·       Glossary of Special Education Terms

 

 

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·    Helping Students Develop Their IEPs (NICHCY)   

·    Helping Students with Cognitive Disabilities Find and Keep a Job   (NICHCY)   

·    Helping Your Child with Mnemonics (PACER)

·    HIPAA Basics (PACER)

·    Homebound/Home Hospital Instruction (KDE)

·    How Will I Know If My Child is Making Progress? (PACER)

 

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·      IDEA 2004  (Individuals with Disabilities Education

                       Improvement Act of 2004)

·      Kentucky Specific Regulations as related to
     IDEA 2004 Part B (ages 3-21)

·      IDEA—the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (NICHCY):

     -  Part B of IDEA: Services for School-Aged Children
  age 3 to 22

     -  Part C of IDEA: Early Intervention for Babies and Toddlers
  age 0 to 3
  

·       Questions and Answers about IDEA 1: Purposes and Key Definitions (NICHCY)

·     Questions and Answers about IDEA 2: Parent Participation (NICHCY)

·      Questions Often Asked by Parents About Special Education Services (NICHCY)

·       Informed Parent Consent (PACER)

·        Individualized Education Program (IEP):

     -  Parents on the IEP Team (NICHCY)

     -  Special Educators on the IEP Team (NICHCY)

     -  Regular Educators on the IEP Team (NICHCY)

     -  A Representative of the School System (NICHCY)

     -  Someone to Interpret Evaluation Results (NICHCY)

     -  Others with Knowledge or Special Expertise About the Child (NICHCY)

     -  Student with a Disability on the IEP Team (NICHCY)

     -  KDE Approved IEP form (KDE)

     -  Individual Education Program (IEP) form (KDE) 
 
IEP Extra Goal Page (KDE) 

     -  IEP Goals  (PACER)

     -  Effective IEP/IFSP Meetings: Tested Tips (CADRE) 

     -  The Short-and-Sweet IEP Overview (NICHCY)

     -  The IEP Team (NICHCY)

     -  Contents of the IEP (NICHCY)

     -  When the IEP Team Meets (NICHCY)

     -  Present Levels (NICHCY)

     -  Annual Goals (NICHCY)

     -  Benchmarks or Short-Term Objectives (NICHCY)

     -  Measuring and Reporting Progress (NICHCY)

     -  Special Education (NICHCY)

     -  Related Services (NICHCY)

     -  Supplementary Aids and Services (NICHCY)

     -  Program Modifications for School Personnel (NICHCY)

     -  Extent of Nonparticipation (NICHCY)

     -  Accommodations in Assessment (NICHCY)

     -  Service Delivery (NICHCY)

     -  Transition Planning (NICHCY)

     -  Is an Interpreter Needed? (NICHCY)

     -  Special Factors in IEP Development (NICHCY)

     -  Scheduling the IEP Meeting and Notifying Parents (NICHCY)

     -  Just for Parents: Your Child's Individualized Education
  Program (IEP)
(PACER)

     -  Preparing for ARC/IEP meeting: Notes for the meeting

·      Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP):

    -  Effective IEP/IFSP Meetings: Tested Tips (CADRE) 

    -  What is the Difference Between an IFSP and
  an IEP? (PACER)

    -  When Your Child Turns Three: Moving from an
  IFSP to an IEP  (PACER)

    -  Assuring the Family's Role on the Early Intervention
 Team: Explaining Rights and Safeguards (NECTAC)

    -  Finding Help for Young Children with Disabilities
 (Birth-5) (NICHCY)

    -  First Steps Fact Sheet - English version 

        First Steps Fact Sheet - Spanish version

    -  A Step-by-Step Family Guide For Transition into Preschool:
   Step by Step Guide - English version
   Step by Step Guide - Spanish version

    Family Guide to Services, Color Version, English
 (First Steps)
  Family Guide to Services, black and white version,
  English  (First Steps)

·       Kentucky's Individual Learning Plan (ILP) 

     ILP Helpful Resources (KDE)

·    Power of Strategy Instruction (NICHCY)

·       Mental Retardation/Intellectual Disabilities Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

 

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·        Juvenile Justice:

    -  What Probation Officers Need to Know About
 Learning Disabilities
(PACER)

    -  What Youth Need to Know if They Are Questioned
  by Police
(PACER)

    -  Reaching out to parents of youth with disabilities
  in the juvenile justice system (EDJJ)

    -  Prevention: Home, Community, and School Connections (EDJJ)

    -  Risk Factors (EDJJ)

    -  Levels of Prevention (EDJJ)

    -  Resiliency (EDJJ)

    -  Prevention Literature Review (EDJJ)

    -  Promising Programs and Practices (EDJJ)

·        Just for Parents: Learning about Special Education Evaluation (PACER)

·        Just for Parents: Your Child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) (PACER)

 

 

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·        Kentucky Administrative Regulations Special Education Programs 707 KAR 1:002 – 707 KAR 1:380 (PDF)

·        Kentucky Administrative Regulations: TITLE 707 EDUCATION, ARTS, AND HUMANITIES CABINET KENTUCKY BOARD OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICE OF SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES (direct link to KAR)

·      Kentucky Specific Regulations as related to IDEA 2004 Part B (ages 3-21)

·       Kentucky's Student Performance Standards (KDE)

·       Graduation KY Commonwealth Diploma Program Requirements (KDE)
   
New Graduation Req. Chart
   
New Math Requirements for Graduation

·       Graduation:  Questions and Answers Certificate of Attainment and Standard Diploma (KDE)

·        Kentucky Disability Resources Manual (HDI)

·      Kentucky’s Family Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders (KATC)

 

 

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·        Learning Disabilities Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

·        Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) Decision Making (NICHCY)

·        Considering Least Restrictive environment (LRE) in Placement Decisions (NICHCY)

·        IDEA states that an infant and toddler's (ages birth to 3) services must be provided in natural environments as defined by law and a preschooler's (ages 3 though 5) services must be provided in the least restrictive environment (LRE). This section is for you, as a parent, to learn more about natural environments and LRE, to read stories from other families and to learn about available resources. (NECTAC)
Contents
Definitions

How Natural Environments and Preschool LRE Look When Implemented

Family Stories

Resources

 

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·        Manifestation Determination Form (KDE)

·        Mental Retardation/Intellectual Disabilities Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

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·        IDEA states that an infant and toddler's (ages birth to 3) services must be provided in natural environments as defined by law and a preschooler's (ages 3 though 5) services must be provided in the least restrictive environment (LRE). This section is for you, as a parent, to learn more about natural environments and LRE, to read stories from other families and to learn about available resources. (NECTAC)
Contents
Definitions

How Natural Environments and Preschool LRE Look When Implemented

Family Stories

Resources

 

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·        Parenting a Child with Special Needs (NICHCY)

·    Parent to Parent Support (NICHCY)

·    Parent Training and Information Centers (NICHCY)

·     Autism / PDD Fact Sheet (NICHCY)  

·    Resources on Autism and PDD (NICHCY)

·      Kentucky’s Family Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders (KATC)

·       Questions Often Asked by Parents About Special Education Services (NICHCY)

·    Power of Strategy Instruction (NICHCY)

·        Just for Parents: Learning about Special Education Evaluation (PACER)

·    Just for Parents: Your Child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) (PACER)

·    Parent Tips for Transition Planning (PACER)

·    Planning Your Child’s Individualized Education Program (PACER)

·    Preparing for ARC/IEP meeting: Notes for the meeting

·    Prior Written Notice (PACER)

·    Promising Practices - Fluency: Helping Your Child Read and Understand (PACER)

·       Procedural Safeguards:

     -  Questions and Answers On Procedural Safeguards and
  Due Process Procedures For Parents and Children With
  Disabilities ~ June 2009 (CADRE)

     -  Beyond Mediation: Strategies For Appropriate Early
  Dispute Resolution In Special Education (CADRE)

     -  OSEP IDEA Dispute Resolution Process Comparison Chart (CADRE)

 

 

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·       Questions and Answers about IDEA 1: Purposes and Key Definitions (NICHCY)

·     Questions and Answers about IDEA 2: Parent Participation (NICHCY)

·      Questions Often Asked by Parents About Special Education Services (NICHCY)

 

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·    Kentucky Disability Resources Manual (HDI)

·      Resource: Kentucky’s Family Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders (KATC)

·        Resolution Meetings: A Guide for Parents (CADRE)

·        Relish is for More Than Hot Dogs: A Student's Guide to Making Your Own Sweet Success (NICHCY)  

·    Relish is for More Than Hot Dogs: Helping Students Make  Their Own Sweet Success (NICHCY) Audio Script for Relish

·    Resources on Autism and PDD (NICHCY)

 

 

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·        Service Plan for Private School Students with Disabilities (KDE)

·      Questions Often Asked by Parents About Special Education Services (NICHCY)

·       Social Skills and Academic Achievement (NICHCY)

·    Special Education Acronyms

·       Special Education Terms

·     Speech & Language Impairments Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

·   Spina Bifida Fact Sheet(NICHCY)

·   Summer Camps (NICHCY)

 

 

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·       Transition: Relish is for More Than Hot Dogs: A Student's Guide to Making Your Own Sweet Success (NICHCY)  

·       Transition: Relish is for More Than Hot Dogs: Helping Students Make  Their Own Sweet Success (NICHCY) Audio Script for Relish

·        Transition Planning: A Team Effort (NICHCY)  

·    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

 

 

 

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·        Visual Impairments Fact Sheet (NICHCY)

 

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·        Your Child’s Evaluation (NICHCY)

 

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