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For Parents


Information for parents of children with special needs. 

Below are Informational Tip Sheets on various topics that can be downloaded and printed.  To the right, are sample letters for parents to be able to click on, print and use as a template for their own child's letter.   Below the sample letters is a Resource section.  Please scroll down to see these resources to the right.  




Tip Sheets

Juvenile Justice

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My Child Is Incarcerated: FAST FACTS ABOUT SCHOOL

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How Can I HELP MY CHILD SUCCEED IN SCHOOL WHILE INCARCERATED?

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Your Child’s Return Home From Juvenile Detention to School and Community

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Horn Walter Burley Awards 2022

Ohio public schools, community schools, career centers, and county boards of developmental disabilities are encouraged to recognize the accomplishments of Ohio educators and students with disabilities by nominating them for these annual achievement awards.  
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U.S. Department of Education

Announces Intent to Strengthen and Protect Rights for Students with Disabilities by Amending Regulations Implementing Section 504. Forty-five years after publication of the regulations implementing Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the landmark disability civil rights law, the U.S. Department of Education announced...

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Ohio Department of Education - Resources for Families of students with disabilities

Ohio Department of Education

Families of students with disabilities
Families are essential partners with teachers in supporting their child’s educational progress. This is especially true for families of students with disabilities. This page offers resources for you as a family member as you navigate the educational process for students with disabilities.
 
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A Guide for Transition Age Youth and Their Families

An Introduction to Transition

Transition refers to the process of moving from high school to the adult world. Beginning at age 14, all students who have IEPs are required to have transition goals developed each year during their IEP meeting.

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