We are committed to supporting all of our youngest learners
Our Disabilities Advocate and network of educational leaders in special education and support services stand ready to help the families throughout our community!
Need an advocate?
Reach out to our Early Intervention Specialist who can provide parent coaching via phone or in person. Peg is an IN-Source certified advocate and has years of experience working to support children and families with unique needs.
Learn more about IN-Source online here.
We are paying close attention to the needs of young children and their families who are facing the challenges and opportunities of an Autism Diagnosis. Read our report here about our work to inform elected officials around recent insurance cuts.
Terms, Terms, & More Terms
There are so many terms and it is confusing! If you too are confused about all the terms that get thrown at you during early intervention, 504, and the IEP process here is our “friendly” list of terms that we hope help you as you navigate the process. Remember we are here to help, reach out if you need us! (Learn more here)
Key Considerations When Preparing for an IEP Meeting
Take a peak at our tip sheet and resource for families and key consideration when you are preparing for an IEP meeting. (Read more here)
Join our Disabilities Advocacy Network
So often the families that are most impacted by disabilities legislation aren’t aware of the opportunities to share their stories and use their voice. Join our ELAN4Kids Advocacy Network, we will email you when we need your voice to support and advocate for children and families.