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OCECD's informational publications are free. 

Click on each title to download in English or Spanish. 
The publication list, fact sheet and training descriptions 
can also be downloaded. If you need information on other topics call OCECD's Executive Office at 
740-382-5452 or 844-382-5452. 

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What Is An IEP?    
An introduction into the IEP process.  For use with children age 3-22.

Document IconAttention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)    
For use with children all ages.
Document IconBehavior Focused IEP's    
How parents can help the IEP team.  For use with children ages 3-22.
Document IconTaking the Sting Out of Behavior   
For use with children ages 3-12 Various types of behaviors and techniques and methods for working with these behaviors.

Document IconPostsecondary Transition Building the Future  
An easy to understand guide to assist with writing transition plans. For use with children ages 14-22. 
Document IconParents Rights in the Special Education Process 
Reviews parents’ participation in working as an IEP team member.  Provides step-by-step instructions to help parents through the special education process. For use with children ages 3-22.

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The Game is for Students Ages 14-21. This is a board game about changing from Student to Adult learner, Worker and Citizen.

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Positive Behavioral Interventions and IDEA 2004: Opportunities for Parenting Teaching  
For use with children of all ages.   
Document IconA Guide for Parents and Educators of Deaf or Hearing Impaired Children 
For use with children of all ages.  
Document IconMeeting Your Child’s Special Dietary Needs at School
For use with children of all ages.   
Document IconBuilding Parent/Professional Partnership Through Communication    
For use with children of all ages.   
Document IconUnderstanding the Evaluation Process Under IDEA 2004    
A step-by-step approach through the evaluation process.

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Building Communication Through Letter Writing    
Aides in keeping communication open and focused between families and schools. Helps in becoming more comfortable with letter writing including letter structure appropriate content.  Provides sample letters.  For use with all ages.
Enriching The Learning Environment 
Children’s ways of learning are as different as the colors of the rainbow. All children have different personalities, preferences and tastes; they all have a certain way they prefer to learn

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