Get in Line: Understanding Evaluation Timelines

Whether your child is going through an initial evaluation or a three year re-evaluation, the school must follow specific timelines. Join us for an overview.


Lunchtime Webinar Series

Log in from any desktop or mobile device and join us for lunch and learning. This fastpaced webinar format features 15 to 20 minutes of very useful nuggets of information that you can implement right a way. Stick around for 10 minutes of Q&A…or just be on your way! Cisco WebEx Apps are now available for all Apple, Android and Windows devices.

All lunchtime webinars will be presented by Brenda Nelson, Leadership Specialist, and Chuck Noe, Education Specialist.

Register for this webinar at https://partnerstx.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=partnerstx


The Texas Autism Supplement in a Nutshell

11 strategies must be considered for all students identified with autism. Join us for a brief overview of this very important part of the ARD process.


Lunchtime Webinar Series

Log in from any desktop or mobile device and join us for lunch and learning. This fastpaced webinar format features 15 to 20 minutes of very useful nuggets of information that you can implement right a way. Stick around for 10 minutes of Q&A…or just be on your way! Cisco WebEx Apps are now available for all Apple, Android and Windows devices.

All lunchtime webinars will be presented by Brenda Nelson, Leadership Specialist, and Chuck Noe, Education Specialist.

Register for this webinar at https://partnerstx.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=partnerstx


Exploring a Terrific Texas Resource for Parents – Texas Project FIRST

Has your child recently been diagnosed with a disability? Do you have concerns about your child’s learning and are trying to find help? Your child may be receiving special education services and you need to understand more about the process. Come learn about a bilingual resource created by parents, for parents, committed to providing accurate and consistent information on the special education process. Texas Project FIRST is a project funded by the Texas Education Agency.

About the Presenter

Mary Jane Williams is the Executive Director for Family to Family Network, a parent organization in the greater Houston area committed to making a difference in the lives of children with disabilities. Mary Jane currently represents families on several TEA committees, but more importantly has raised two successful adult children with disabilities who are living real lives in the real world.


Register for this FREE webinar at https://partnerstx.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=partnerstx


Siblings of Children with Disabilities

It is important for parents to understand the unique challenges and benefits for children with special needs siblings.  This workshop will explore those challenges and benefits, and offer ideas on how to help siblings express their feelings, fears and needs.  Family unity is the goal!


Transition Talk – What’s in a Transition Plan?

Transition planning begins at age 14 or sooner. Learn the basics of how to determine the next steps for your child as they transition out of high school.


Lunchtime Webinar Series

Log in from any desktop or mobile device and join us for lunch and learning. This fastpaced webinar format features 15 to 20 minutes of very useful nuggets of information that you can implement right a way. Stick around for 10 minutes of Q&A…or just be on your way! Cisco WebEx Apps are now available for all Apple, Android and Windows devices.

All lunchtime webinars will be presented by Brenda Nelson, Leadership Specialist, and Chuck Noe, Education Specialist.

Register for this webinar at https://partnerstx.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=partnerstx


One-on-One IEP Clinic

What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Some ways are:

  • To learn what the ARD process is like
  • To review your child’s IEP
  • Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
  • Help you understand what your rights are under I

Communication Skills & Assertiveness

Two workshops back to back:

Communication Skills – Communicating effectively with professionals that provide services to your child is key to obtaining and maintaining services. Workshop participants will learn the three components of communication, verbal, nonverbal and paraverbal, in order to communicate more effectively with others. We will also explore how to effectively receive messages from others and discuss the barriers to effective communication.

Assertiveness – This workshop is designed to teach parents to communicate opinions, thoughts, needs and feelings in a direct, honest, and appropriate manner, in order to secure a free appropriate public education for their children.


Childcare is provided but must RSVP to Debbie Grace 972-490-9055 x 1409 debbie.grace@thewarrencenter.org no later than the Wednesday prior to the workshop, so that they can plan to have enough childcare providers.


Evaluating Children for the Presence of a Disability

This workshop will teach parents about the process of evaluating children for the presence of disability as well as their rights & responsibilities of having a child with a disability in public school.  Parents will learn the importance of understanding their child’s disability and how the disability affects their child’s learning.


This webinar is for parents and professionals in Region 6 ONLY.  Please contact Gail Wright for registration details.


Let’s Talk Progress

How do you know if your child is making progress? It’s all about the data! Join us to learn what to ask for to know how your child is really progressing on their IEP.


Lunchtime Webinar Series

Log in from any desktop or mobile device and join us for lunch and learning. This fastpaced webinar format features 15 to 20 minutes of very useful nuggets of information that you can implement right a way. Stick around for 10 minutes of Q&A…or just be on your way! Cisco WebEx Apps are now available for all Apple, Android and Windows devices.

All lunchtime webinars will be presented by Brenda Nelson, Leadership Specialist, and Chuck Noe, Education Specialist.

Register for this webinar at https://partnerstx.webex.com/mw3100/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=partnerstx


Communication Skills & Assertiveness

Two workshops back to back:

Communication Skills – Communicating effectively with professionals that provide services to your child is key to obtaining and maintaining services. Workshop participants will learn the three components of communication, verbal, nonverbal and paraverbal, in order to communicate more effectively with others. We will also explore how to effectively receive messages from others and discuss the barriers to effective communication.

Assertiveness – This workshop is designed to teach parents to communicate opinions, thoughts, needs and feelings in a direct, honest, and appropriate manner, in order to secure a free appropriate public education for their children.


Childcare is provided but must RSVP to Debbie Grace 972-490-9055 x 1409 debbie.grace@thewarrencenter.org no later than the Wednesday prior to the workshop, so that they can plan to have enough childcare providers.