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NICU Parent Resource Manual

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Special Education

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504

ADA questions and answer sheet

Assistive Technology Ideas for Math

Comparison of Section 504 with IDEA and ADA

Sample School Policy 504 Manual

The Other Service Option

100 Accommodations

Accommodations - Modifications - FAPE

Accommodations for Health Issues

Accommodations for Specific Issues

Exploring College Options

504 FAQs

Parent & Teacher Guide to 504

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Adolescence

Adolescence Timeline-Boys

Adolescence Timeline-Girls

Disability Solutions V4, Issue5 Sexuality Education

Disability Solutions V4, Issue 6 Sexuality Education

Social Concentric Circles

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Behavior Support

Before During After

Behavior Case Study

Competing Pathways

Developmental Issues

Discipline Techniques

General Strategies - Behavior

Institute for Human Development A brief overview of PBS

Positive Teaching Techniques and Strategies

Recording Behavior ABC

Scatterplot 

Thoughts Quiz

Weekly Checklist

What's in a BIP

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Bullying

Fast Facts

Bullying & Kids with Special Needs

IEP and Bullying

Common Views About Bullying

Advice for Teens

I Messages

Is Your Child Being Bullied in Cyberspace

Notifying School Administrators

Parent Tips on Keeping Your Child Bully Free

Record Keeping and Bullying

Sexual Harrassment and Sexual Bullying

Steps to Take if Your Child is Being Bullied at School

Talk to Your Child About Bullying

Talking to Classmates

Tips for Teens: Use your IEP Meetings to Advocate

Positive Strategies to Protect Your Child From Bullying

What Every Kid Needs to Know About Bullying

What if Your Child IS the Bully

Your 3 Step Plan to Stop Bullying

Bullying and Harassment of Students

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Employment

ADA and Transition Q and A

Adult Services-What Are They-Where Are They

AZ Disability Benefits 101 

Building a Resume

Example Resume

How Can I Help My Son Daughter Get That Job

Investing in the Transition of Youth with Disabilities to Productive Careers

My Action Plan-Employment

Negotiating with Your VR Counselor

PASS -A Plan for Achieving Self-Support

Prepare Your Child For Employment

Preparing for Employment Family Stories and Examples

Rehabilitation Services

Ten Tips that My Help Your Child's Transition to Adulthood

Types of Workplace Accommodations

Voc Rehab Research in Brief

Vocational Education Myths and Realities

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Guardianship

ADDPC Legal Options Manual

Arizona Public Fiduciaries

Arizona Superior Court Self-Service Center Locations

List of Guardianship Attorneys

Mental Health Care Power of Attorney

Steps To Guardianship

Tranfer of Rights Brochure (Education)

Transferring Guardianship From Another State

Guardianship Letter of Medical Necessity

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Health Care

Summary of the Affordable Care Act

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High School Transition

10 Tips for High School Transition

Disabled Peoples Bill of Rights

Emergency Form

Exploring Vocational Options

Glossary of Special Education Terms

Helping Students Make Their Own Sweet Success

Helping Students With Congnitive Disabilities

Is Your Child Ready to Leave Home

Parent Tips for Transition Planning

Preparation is Key to Getting Accommodations

Secondary Transition Online Resources

Self Assessment Checklist

Student Exit Form

Tranfer of Rights Brochure

Transition Planning Interview

Transition Summary

Voc Rehab Fact Sheet

Work Based Learning

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Safety/Preparedness

AAP Emergency Information Form

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Special Education

100 General Accommodations

Accommodations Categories Chart

Evaluation What Does It Mean for Your Child

Functional Behavioral Assessment PBS What Parents Need to Know

Fundamentals of Letter Writing

Glossary of Special Education Terms

Measurable Goals

Measuring Your Childs Progress

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Attending IEP Meetings

Child Involvment in the IEP

Communication in the Special Education Process

Evaluations

Extracurricular Activities

IEP Meeting Planner

Record Keeping

Resolving Special Ed Issues - Not Following IEP

Technology

Parent's Experience with IEP Process

Phone Log Documenting Your Contacts

Possible Classroom Accommodations for Specific Difficulties

Research Based Interventions and Practices

SMART IEP Goals

Special Education Acronyms

Understanding the PLAAFP

Learning Disabilities, What Parents Need to Know

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Early Intervention

12 Commandments for Parents of Children with Disabilities

Behavior is Communication

Child Care Providers Q&A

Childhood Skills Checklist

Communicating with Early Childhood Professionals

Evaluation

Family Cost Participation

Fluency - Helping Your Child Read and Understand

Inexpensive Devices to Assist with Communication

Learning to Communicate

My Family Activities Interests and Resources Checklist

Natural Environments

Related Services

IFSP vs. IEP

NICU Parent Resource Manual

 

 

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Kindergarten Transition

Create a Home File

Early Literacy Parents Play a Key Role

Getting Off to a Good Start

Help for Preschoolers Transitioning

How to Communicate Effectively With Early Childhood Professionals

How to Prepare your Child for Kindergarten

Kindergarten Entry Skills

Least Restrictive Environment

Making the Move from Preschool to Kindergarten

Managing Behaviors and the IEP

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Preschool Transition

80 Skills That Help Ease Kids Transition into Kindergarten

Early Literacy

How to Communicate Effectively with Early Childhood Professionals

IFSP vs. IEP

PIN Blue Pages - Disability Related Resources

Transition From Home or Early Intervention Services to Preschool Special Education

Understanding the PLAAFP

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