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4 11, 2019

LRE Requirements under IDEA to Transition Work Placements

2020-01-14T10:42:43-06:00

Informal guidance issued from the U.S. Department of Education indicates that the requirement in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA, that students be placed in the “least restrictive environment” extends beyond the confines of the classroom.  Below are the questions and answers from the guidance...

LRE Requirements under IDEA to Transition Work Placements2020-01-14T10:42:43-06:00
24 06, 2019

Executive Function Skills at Work: How Technology Can Help

2019-06-25T11:31:13-05:00

This step-by-step guide provides an overview of tools and strategies for executive function skills used in the work place such as time management, motivation, following directions, organizing work space and information, remembering appointments and tasks, and focus and attention.

Executive Function Skills at Work: How Technology Can Help2019-06-25T11:31:13-05:00
10 05, 2019

Participation in High School Graduation Ceremonies for Students with Disabilities

2019-06-05T14:57:34-05:00

Students with disabilities have the option to participate in a graduation ceremony after completing four years of high school (TEC § 28.025 (f)). Your child can only participate in ONE graduation ceremony so students and families need to consider which situation fits their needs.

Participation in High School Graduation Ceremonies for Students with Disabilities2019-06-05T14:57:34-05:00
6 11, 2018

Self-Advocacy is a Valuable Skill for Your Teenager with LD

2019-05-23T12:07:37-05:00

If your teen has a learning disability, self-awareness and self-advocacy are keys to her future success. The ability to self-advocate is important for kids to learn in order to be successful at all stages of their lives. In the past, self-advocacy was a term applied mostly to adults with disabilities, but recently more focus has been placed on teaching this skill to preteens and teenagers. Self-advocacy is understanding your strengths and needs, identifying your personal goals, knowing your legal rights and responsibilities, and communicating these to others. Because your child lives with his learning struggles on a daily basis, he must [...]

Self-Advocacy is a Valuable Skill for Your Teenager with LD2019-05-23T12:07:37-05:00

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