Parent Rights & Family Information in Special Education

Parent Resources During Covid-19

Schools reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic are facing extraordinary challenges at this time. We know parents have many questions and concerns about what the return to school will look like for their children in special education. Parents want to know how the school district’s plans will meet their child’s needs. How will the school districts address health and safety precautions for students, educators, and other school personnel in regards to scheduling, staffing, social distancing practices, transportation, and more?  You may access the slides and notes from a video presentation by our Administrator, Amy Rhone in collaboration with PTI Nebraska: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ZTbZ5cGvazIbcdCJNcCXEFpyeIqGCgarrCi2K5U7yTQ/edit?usp=sharing

Communication for Families/Parents of Students with Disabilities during this Covid-19 epidemic

Helping Your Child with Routines at Home

Helping Your Child with the Foundations of Communication at Home

Helping Your Child with Communication at Home

Helping Your Child with Academics

Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide

TVI O&M Activities for School at Home

National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI) – “Open-Access”  Resources for Educators & Parents to Use At Home / Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During COVID-19 Outbreak.

Ceeder Center Family Guide to At-Home Learning

Translating IEP Goals to Home – Using SEL Fundamentals

Virtual IEP Meeting Tip Sheets from the Progress Center

Positive Behavior Intervention and Support

Tips for Families – Distance Learning for Special Education

Early Childhood Resources – Pyramid Model

Supporting Child and Family Well-being

Talking to your child about COVID-19

IDEA Best Practices Document

Updated November 25, 2020 2:47pm