FACT SHEETS

COVID-19 School Reopening Parent Guidance Haitian Creole
COVID-19 School Reopening Parent Guidance
IEP Meeting Fact Sheet
IEP Meeting Fact Sheet (Spanish)
IEP Meeting Fact Sheet (Creole)
Access to Technology Fact Sheet
Access to Technology Fact Sheet (Spanish)
Access to Technology Fact Sheet (Creole)
School Choice Program & Students with Disabilities
School Choice Program & Students with disabilities (Creole)
The Endrew F. Supreme Court Decision
Talking With Your Child's Teachers
Talking With Your Child's Teachers (Creole)
Questions about Evaluations
Questions about Evaluations (Creole)
  • Delaware’s Early Intervention System for Infants, and Toddlers with Disabilities and Their Families

    What is Early Intervention?

    Early intervention is a system of services that helps babies and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities. Early intervention focuses on helping eligible babies and toddlers learn the basic and brand-new skills that typically develop during the first three years of life, such as:

    • physical (reaching, rolling, crawling, and walking);
    • cognitive (thinking, learning, solving problems);
    • communication (talking, listening, understanding);
    • social/emotional (playing, feeling secure and happy); and
    • self-help (eating, dressing)

    Examples of early intervention services

    If an infant or toddler has a disability or a developmental delay in one or more of these developmental areas, that child will likely be eligible for early intervention services. Those services will be tailored to meet the child’s individual needs and may include:

    • Assistive technology (devices a child might need)
    • Audiology or hearing services
    • Speech and language services
    • Counseling and training for a family
    • Medical services
    • Nursing services
    • Nutrition services
    • Occupational therapy
    • Physical therapy
    • Psychological services

    Additional Resources

     

    Category: FACT SHEETS, INFANTS, TODDLERS, AND EARLY CHILDHOOD

Delaware's Birth-to-Three website
Early Intervention Services for Infants and Toddlers - HAITIANCREOLE
HAITIANCREOLE - Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) for Infants Toddlers with disabilities and their Families
SPANISH - Early Intervention for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilties and their Families
HAITIANCREOLE - Transition at age Three
Early Intervention Services for Infants, Toddlers and their Families
Indivuzlized Family Service Plan (IFSP) for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilties and their Families
Transition at Age Three

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Talking With Your Child's Teachers
Talking With Your Child's Teachers (Creole)
Questions about Evaluations
Questions about Evaluations (Creole)
Testing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Testing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities (Creole)
Eligibility for Special Education
Know your Rights: Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
IEP Meeting Planner
IEP Meeting Planner (Spanish)
IEP Planner Haitian Creole
Publication: Parents are the Key
Early Intervention Services for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities

DISCIPLINE & STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

  • Can my child with a disability be suspended?

    Many parents are surprised to learn their child with a disability can be suspended for violations to the code of conduct.  However, there are certain steps that must be taken to ensure a student with a disability is not continuously suspended for behaviors which may be related to his/her disability or a result of their IEP not being implemented properly.  This fact sheet gives an overview of the disciplinary process when a student with a disability has been suspended, including information about manifestation determination meetings.

    Category: DISCIPLINE & STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Discipline & Students with Disabilties
Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP)
Functional Behavior Assessments (Creole)
Functional Behavior Assessments (English)

ADVOCACY RESOURCES

Publication: Parents are the Key

RESOLVING CONFLICTS WITH THE SCHOOL/DISTRICT

Talking With Your Child's Teachers
Talking With Your Child's Teachers (Creole)
Dispute Resolution Comparison Chart (CADRE)
Dispute Resolution Process Comparison Chart (pdf)

STUDENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AGES 14-26

Know your Rights: Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
PIC Presentation: Understanding the Transition IEP
IEP Meeting Planner
Publication: Parents are the Key
Know Your Rights: Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools

BULLYING RESOURCES

Notifying the school of bullying
Steps to Prevent Bullying

COVID-19 RESOURCES

COVID-19 School Reopening Parent Guidance Haitian Creole
COVID-19 School Reopening Parent Guidance
IDEA Part B Use of Funds
IDEA Part C Use of Funds
IDEA Part B Procedural Safeguards
IDEA Part C Procedural Safeguards
IDEA Part B Dispute Resolution
IDEA Part C Dispute Resolution
IDEA Part C Evaluation and Assessment Timelines
RSA COVID-19 Questions & Answers: Administration of the VR Services, AIVRS, and Randolph-Sheppard Programs
RSA COVID-19 Questions & Answers: Fiscal Management of the VR Program
State VR Services and AIVRS programs under the Rehabilitation Act, and Business Enterprise programs under the Randolph-Sheppard Act
IDEA Part B Provision of Services
IDEA Part C Provision of Services
NASDSE Remote Learning v Homebound v Homeschool -Issue Brief 3
IEP Meeting Fact Sheet
IEP Meeting Fact Sheet (Spanish)
IEP Meeting Fact Sheet (Creole)
Access to Technology Fact Sheet
Access to Technology Fact Sheet (Spanish)
Access to Technology Fact Sheet (Creole)

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