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 IDEA

Section 504

This workshop will provide an overview of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Participants will learn that schools have an obligation to prevent discrimination based on disability, to provide equal opportunity to all students, and to provide FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) to each qualified student with a disability. The definition of disability will be explained and the identification process for the 504 Plan will be explored.


Stress Management and Resiliency

This workshop helps parents understand the importance of managing their stress and building their resiliency to stress. We will teach parents how to identify stressors and the main sources of their stress. We will discuss ways to deal with stress and improve resiliency, and then will teach parents some relaxation techniques that they can use to reduce their stress levels.


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 IDEA

Stress Management and Resiliency

This workshop helps parents understand the importance of managing their stress and building their resiliency to stress. We will teach parents how to identify stressors and the main sources of their stress. We will discuss ways to deal with stress and improve resiliency, and then will teach parents some relaxation techniques that they can use to reduce their stress levels.


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 IDE

Stress Management and Resiliency

This workshop helps parents understand the importance of managing their stress and building their resiliency to stress. We will teach parents how to identify stressors and the main sources of their stress. We will discuss ways to deal with stress and improve resiliency, and then will teach parents some relaxation techniques that they can use to reduce their stress levels.


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 IDEA

Youth Leadership -Superhero Training

The in-person, on-site training is Part One of a three part Leadership Training for youth with disabilities ages 14 to 26. Commitment for all three parts is not required to participate in Part One.

The focus of Part One is Effective Communication Skills for Self-Advocacy. Through interactive, hands-on, fun activities, we will explore the skills needed for youth to “Stand-up, Speak-up, and Step-out”.

The theme of the training is Superhero Academy. Participants will begin the day with a brief self-determination exercise to identify one short-term and one longterm personal goal. Activities will focus on acquiring skills to meet personal goals and will include lessons in non-verbal communication, body language, assertiveness, listening skills, and negotiating skills. A certificate of achievement will be awarded at the end of the training.


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 IDEA