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'Fishing with Friends' program on Friday, June 30th at Prairie Oaks Metro Parks. As always, this program is open to BOTH children/youth with and without special needs, alongside their family.  To learn more or to register, please visit: http://www.junefishing.eventbrite.com/   Click here for Flyer  [...click for more]

Posted Monday, June 19, 2017
IDA Central Ohio is pleased to announce a research participation opportunity through Denison University.  Please contact Dr. Mallorie Leinenger, Denison University, mailto:[email protected]  Participants 11-45 yrs old who have been diagnosed with dyslexia needed for a reading study:
• If you are a native English speaker
• If you have been diagnosed with dyslexia
• If you are between 11-45 years old
• If you have normal vision (glasses and soft contact lenses are OK)
 
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Posted Saturday, June 17, 2017

When you order from Amazon.com use this link instead of the usual Amazon.com link and help Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities assist students with disabilities across Ohio. It's easy, just copy and paste this "Amazon Smile" link below in your Favorites list and use it everytime you order!  It doesn't cost you anything to use it!  OCECD receives a refund from Amazon when this link is used!  We thank You!!  https://smile.amazon.com/ch/31-0932170   

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Posted Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Jordyn Zimmerman was always told that because she was not able to communicate verbally, college was not on the horizon. Even a modified high school diploma was hardly expected. Her educators believed her autism meant that she couldn't understand them. Disability Rights of Ohio found that was not the case.  Read the full story about how DRO helped Jordyn on DRO website.   Read what she wrote for the Hechinger Report.  [...click for more]

Posted Friday, June 2, 2017

The 2016-2017 Special Education Profiles were released to districts in December 2016. Recently, the Special Education Profile Public Summary was released to the public.  Districts should be aware of the following regarding the Public Summary:
• No password is required to allow for public access;
• For indicators with fewer than 10 students, data are not displayed for confidentiality purposes;
• District-required actions are not available to the public.

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Posted Thursday, June 1, 2017
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