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Click here to read the November 2012 Education Advocacy Newsletter
What happens at this Workshop? We move through sections of the book 'From Emotions to Advocacy', by Pete and Pam Wright. Bring home tips, strategies, and information to empower your ability to advocate effectively.
Who should attend this workshop? All levels of skills are welcome. It is advisable that you attend an IEP training prior to attending. Please contact Loni if you wish to attend without prior training OR If your child is currently served under Early Start.
Web Sites and Advocacy related information click here
How can you improve your advocacy skills? Attend the IEP trainings offered by PHP and other organizations. Attend support groups to meet other parents. Attend workshops about your child's disability. Join local and national organizations in increase your knowledge. Share information you've learned with other parents new to learning their rights.
Please email me at email@example.com if you have an interest in a new Advocacy Group for parents of Transition Age Youth; 14-21.
Click Here to watch YouTube video on the history of special education
Click Here to view The Power of Section 504 Part I
Click Here to view The Power of Section 504 Part II
Effective Teaching-Successful Lives- Educational Handouts by Barbara T. Doyle, M.A. Consultant Click here to download her useful handouts
Visit Pete Wright's companion web site to his book: From Emotions to Advocacy Click Here to visit the site.
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