The Parent Information Center of Delaware and the Disabilities Law Program at Community Legal Aid Society, Inc (CLASI) have partnered for this Lunch and Learn Series.
Sessions will be held on Thursdays at 12:00pm with a replay of recordings at 6:00pm. Register for all
sessions at picofdel.org/events or call our office at 302.999.7394
This series will cover topics highlighted in guidance issued by the US Department of Education, Office of
Special Education Programs; to ensure, despite the pandemic, students with disabilities continue to
receive appropriate services under IDEA, and infants and toddlers with disabilities and families
appropriate Part C services.
January 13, 2022 – PART B – Child Find –This presentation will review the Child Find process under Part B of IDEA, which requires Delaware public education agencies to have processes in place to identify children who may be eligible for special education and related services.
January 20, 2022 – PART B– Development & Implementation of an IEP – This presentation will discuss the Delaware public education agency’s obligations, despite the current COVID-19 pandemic, to ensure that a student’s Individualized Education Program is developed and implemented in a manner that allows them to continue to receive a Free Appropriate Public Education.
January 27, 2022 – PART C-Child Find Referral & Eligibility/Provisions of Early Intervention Services –This presentation will discuss the child find process and highlight the school’s obligations to ensure that children’s individualized education programs are developed and implemented in a manner that allows them to receive a free and appropriate public education (FAPE).
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