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The Family’s Role in the IFSP

The IFSP is the individualized plan, developed by a team that includes the parent and early intervention services professionals, that lays out the services the child and family will receive in order to meet the child’s and family’s unique needs. This session will help families and caregivers understand their important role in the IFSP and […]

Overview of Indicator(s) 1 & 2 and 13 & 14

Overview of Indicator(s) 1 & 2 and 13 & 14 Presented by Dale Matusevich This session will focus on areas relating to school aged children: Number of students with disabilities graduating from high school with a regular diploma Number of students with disabilities dropping out of school Percent of students with measurable post-secondary goals Number […]

Preparing for School Meetings

Do you have a parent/teacher meeting coming up? Is your child’s school scheduling IEP and 504 meetings? Come and learn about how you can negotiate and problem solve with your child’s teachers and school staff and effectively advocate for your family.

Making Up for Lost Time: Let’s Talk About Recovery Services

Recovery services provide additional special education and related services to students with disabilities and are designed to address lack of appropriate progress on IEP goals, due to missed or limited special education as a result of the pandemic.   Parent Information Center of Delaware was joined by Dr. Sarah Celestin, Dr. Jeff Conrad and Dr. […]

Alternate Assessment State Guidelines and Participation Deeper Dive

Delaware’s Alternate Assessment (DeSSA-Alt) is for our students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. This assessment provides academic standards that are used to measure academic achievement for the students who are eligible for the alternate assessment. This webinar is the second part of this series, This webinar will provide parents with an overview of the […]

PIC DeSSA Alternate Assessment

Delaware’s Alternate Assessment (DeSSA-Alt) is for our students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. This assessment provides academic standards that are used to measure academic achievement for the students who are eligible for the alternate assessment. This webinar is the second part of this series, This webinar will provide parents with an overview of the […]

Supporting the Whole Child: SEL in the Home & Community

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. SEL is essential to supporting the whole child. This session will provide families and caregivers with practical SEL […]

SEL Webinar Series: Supporting the Whole Child – Social & Emotional Learning for Families Session 1

Understanding Social Emotional Learning (SEL): What is it and why should I know about it? Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. SEL is essential […]

Non-Traditional Methods to Encourage Reading in your Home

This webinar discusses why children and teens may be reluctant readers, as well as different types of reading techniques that can be used with children and teens. Also discussed are ways to encourage reading at home.

Part C Early Intervention Services for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities and Their Families – An Overview

PRESENTERS: Larry Ringer, Director of Training, Parent Information Center of Delaware Susan Campbell, Delaware IDEA Part C Coordinator, Birth to Three Early Intervention System, Delaware Department of Health and Social Services DESCRIPTION: This webinar will provide an overview of Delaware’s system for providing Part C early intervention services and supports for infants and toddlers with […]

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