IEP Facilitation – A New Part of The IEP Process- Could it be for You and Your Child?

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Could IEP Facilitation be for you?

IEP Facilitation is a FREE service offered by the NJ Department of Education, using the services of an impartial  person,  who is not employed by the school district, nor the Dept of Education, who is experienced  and has training with the IEP Process.

It is a voluntary service and differs from going to Mediation or a Due Process Hearing. It can help all of the IEP Team, Parents included, to better understand and develop an IEP by proposing certain goals, accommodations, therapies etc. and help reach an IEP that is mutually acceptable.

Press Here To Learn More About a Facilitated IEP Meeting.

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Pathway To Success – Sept. 10, 2019. 4-6 PM

The Partnership For Children of Essex invites: All Bloomfield Special Needs Students and Their Families to attend –  A Pathway to Success event on Tuesday, September 10th from 4:00 PM-6:00 PM outside the Bloomfield Public Library. The event is targeted for youth ages 14-21 to provide them with the necessary tools to be successful in post-secondary life but youth of all ages and their families are welcome to attend. There will be education resources, transition services/programs for youth with developmental disabilities, a presentation on financial literacy, local colleges/universities, and more. There will also be food and refreshments available, as well as prizes and giveaways.

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Free Webinar – Transition To College – July 24, 2019. 12 Noon – 1 P.M.

NEW
Transition to College
Webinar Series
Oh! The Places You Will Go!
Tips and Best Practices for a Successful Transition to College
July 24, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Attendees will learn about the multiples paths to college that range from two year and four year degree programs or certificate programs available to student with disabilities. An overview of the transition process including: applying for academic and housing accommodations; summer bridge programs and deciding to commute or live on campus.
This session is being presented by:
Kellie M. McKinney
Director of Housing Assignments & Administrative Services
Rowan University
John Woodruff, Director
Academic Success Center
and Disability Resources
Rowan University