Researching Your Child’s Needs

This workshop will help parents learn techniques on searching for and finding information they need pertaining to their child’s disability and educational needs. It will introduce parents to some important online and printed resources that provide a variety of information on disabilities, special education, and educational rights, and how to use these resources.


Researching Your Child’s Needs

This workshop will help parents learn techniques on searching for and finding information they need pertaining to their child’s disability and educational needs. It will introduce parents to some important online and printed resources that provide a variety of information on disabilities, special education, and educational rights, and how to use these resources.


One-on-One IEP Clinic / Clinica de IEP

What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated appointment time to meet with your TEAM 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

Que es una Clinica de IEP?

Una Clínica de IEP es una cita designado con su Coordinadora Regional de TEAM Project. Hay diferentes maneras en que su Coordinadora Regional le puede ayudar a usted en una clínica de IEP. Algunas son:

  • Para saber cuál y como es el proceso de ARD
  • Para revisar el IEP de su hijo
  • Puede ayudar a determinar lo que usted quiere para su hijo y la forma de lograrlo
  • Ayudar a entender cuáles son sus derechos bajo la ley IDEA

ABC’s of IFSP’s

Early Childhood Intervention Services are based on an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). Workshop participants will gain an understanding of what an IFSP is and the purpose it serves for infants, toddlers, families and Part C providers. Learn what necessary information should be included in an IFSP.



Researching Your Child’s Needs

This workshop will help parents learn techniques on searching for and finding information they need pertaining to their child’s disability and educational needs. It will introduce parents to some important online and printed resources that provide a variety of information on disabilities, special education, and educational rights, and how to use these resources.


Researching Your Child’s Needs

This workshop will help parents learn techniques on searching for and finding information they need pertaining to their child’s disability and educational needs. It will introduce parents to some important online and printed resources that provide a variety of information on disabilities, special education, and educational rights, and how to use these resources.


Researching Your Child’s Needs

This workshop will help parents learn techniques on searching for and finding information they need pertaining to their child’s disability and educational needs. It will introduce parents to some important online and printed resources that provide a variety of information on disabilities, special education, and educational rights, and how to use these resources.


ABC’s of IFSP’s

Early Childhood Intervention Services are based on an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). Workshop participants will gain an understanding of what an IFSP is and the purpose it serves for infants, toddlers, families and Part C providers. Learn what necessary information should be included in an IFSP.


One-on-One IEP Clinic / Clinica de IEP

What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated appointment time to meet with your TEAM 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

Que es una Clinica de IEP?

Una Clínica de IEP es una cita designado con su Coordinadora Regional de TEAM Project. Hay diferentes maneras en que su Coordinadora Regional le puede ayudar a usted en una clínica de IEP. Algunas son:

  • Para saber cuál y como es el proceso de ARD
  • Para revisar el IEP de su hijo
  • Puede ayudar a determinar lo que usted quiere para su hijo y la forma de lograrlo
  • Ayudar a entender cuáles son sus derechos bajo la ley IDEA