Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP): Fort Knox & Fort Campbell
Moving out of Kentucky Find Your New Parent Center – Every State has at least one Parent Training and Information Center (PTI).
Military Families, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Birth to 3 Years Old
- The Military & Community Family Policy, Office of Special Needs’ Early Intervention Directory is organized to help you quickly obtain the information you need to make decisions for your child with special needs.
- General early-life education resources
3 to 21 Years Old
Attend school on Base
- MilitaryK12Partners (Special Education) DoDEA: MilitaryK12Partners offers resources, like Special Education Modules, to assist schools that serve military families. Students at the Center, an educational resource that provides information on important policies, procedures and best practices is also located on the site, as well as links to many resources developed by other government and non-government agencies.
- Special Education: DoDEA Publications
- DoDEA Publications: The following publications have been developed by DoDEA Headquarters to provide school personnel, parents, and community resource personnel with an overview of special education and related services in DoDEA.
- Parents Handbook on Special Education: This publication is intended for parents of DoDEA students receiving special education and related services in DoDEA’s schools. Hyperlinks are provided for cited references throughout the document. For additional information, please contact your local DoDEA school.
- DoDEA Guidelines for Student Support Teams: The DoDEA handbook offers guidance on the development and implementation of Student Support Teams (SST). This handbook is intended to assist administrators and teachers when planning and operating the SST.
- Special Education “Related Topics” Brochures: These series of brochures cover a range of topics related to special education and related services in DoDEA and Educational Developmental Intervention Service (EDIS). This information may be used by parents, school personnel, and community personnel. Hyperlinks are provided for cited references throughout the documents. For additional information on these topics, please contact your local DoDEA school.