All about the apps – Creole

Elèv ki gen difikilte ki pi pwofon yo elijib pou sèvis edikasyon espesyal ak sipò akademik siplemantè tankou teknoloji asistans (pa egzanp, tèks-a-lapawòl, lapawòl-a-tèks, ak aparèy pou tcheke òtograf) dapre Lwa sou Edikasyon Moun ki Andikape yo (IDEA). ). Aprann kijan pou jwenn aksè nan sèvis teknoloji asistans ak ki kote yo ka ajoute yo nan Plan Edikasyon Endividyèl la.

Nou pral aprann:

1) Eksplore apps yo e gade koman yo ka itil

2) Ide ak konsèy sou kòman ou kapab ede pitit ou ak devwa li yo.

3) Nou pral idantifye zouti aprantisaj ak solisyon kreyatif ou ka itilize ak pitit ou nan kay la.

Being the Best Advocate for Your Child and Your Family

Learn about the laws that protect children with disabilities and strategies to document and store all the information you collect, along with how to be an effective advocate for your child.

Live on Family STAR FB page: https://www.facebook.com/FamilySTARFND

It’s a Great IDEA Webinar Series

Join on Facebook Live Uplifting Black Families at FND for a series of Lunch and Learn information sessions on three (3) of IDEA’s six (6) major principles, focusing on student’s rights and the responsibilities of public school to children with disabilities.

Right to Evaluation:  August 17, 2022

Parent Participation:  August 24, 2022

Procedural Safeguards:  August 31, 2022

 

Understanding SSI/SSDI

This presentation will highlight information on understanding the application, eligibility for special cases and populations, and how to navigate denials.

Join us on Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/FamilySTARFND/

Helping with Homework

FND PEN is hosting a series of webinars with the Central Florida Autism Community on the last Thursday of every month. We will have a wide variety of topics related to special education, advocacy, and self-care.

The first webinar will be Thursday, August 25th, 2022 from 8:30 pm till 9:30 pm on Zoom. Register in advance to join on zoom. After the workshop, there will be an opportunity to ask questions on zoom.

Soren Richardson, will present an FND overview and review some helpful resources.

Workshop Summary

Is getting homework done more than a chore for your child? You’re not alone – most children avoid doing their homework. If you’ve ever wondered how to help your child do homework without a struggle, this training will show you how! Join us for a great discussion on new and fun tips for helping children with their homework and how to be supportive of their educational efforts.

It’s a Great IDEA Webinar Series

Join on Facebook Live Uplifting Black Families at FND for a series of Lunch and Learn information sessions on three (3) of IDEA’s six (6) major principles, focusing on student’s rights and the responsibilities of public school to children with disabilities.

Right to Evaluation:  August 17, 2022

Parent Participation:  August 24, 2022

Procedural Safeguards:  August 31, 2022

 

Back to School! What you need to know about IEP and IHP

If you have a child with educational and medical needs, this presentation is a must!

This presentation will give you the information you need to understand your child’s Individual Education Plan (IEP) as well as how to incorporate an Individual Healthcare Plan (IHP) and Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for special needs in the school environment. You can’t afford to miss this!

This is a virtual event. Please register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kfuygqT4pHdaPNSUwnwoXi6XGGAV3hWt9

 

It’s a Great IDEA Webinar Series

Join on Facebook Live Uplifting Black Families at FND for a series of Lunch and Learn information sessions on three (3) of IDEA’s six (6) major principles, focusing on student’s rights and the responsibilities of public school to children with disabilities.

Right to Evaluation:  August 17, 2022

Parent Participation:  August 24, 2022

Procedural Safeguards:  August 31, 2022

 

FND Overview and Resources

Starting this summer FND PEN will be hosting monthly webinars in collaboration with the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida. We will cover a wide variety of topics related to special education, advocacy, and self-care.

This month, August 17th, 2022 we will present an FND Overview and Know your Resources workshop. Join us on zoom at 10:30 am (Register in advance) and live in the DSACF Facebook group.

Luz Oquendo, will present an FND overview and review some helpful resources.

FND Overview

Family Network on Disabilities (FND) was founded in 1985 by a group of parents of children with disabilities who came together for mutual support and information-sharing. FND is a grassroots organization for persons with disabilities and their families that is family-centered and family-driven.