SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCES
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- Title 20 Education Education Code regulation
- IDEA 2004 (source: Cornell) Provisions and code for the education of individuals with disabilities
- 34 Code of Federal Regulations (online electric code) Assistance to States for the Education of children with disabilities
- Procedural Safegaurds and Alternate Dispute Resolution The procedural safeguards required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are intended to protect the interests of families and children with special needs, as well as the special education and the early intervention systems.
- ADA Americans with Disabilities Act
- Section 504 34 CFR 104 PART 104—Nondiscrimination on the basis of handicap in programs or activities receiving federal financial assistance
- FERPA PART 99—Family Educational Rights and Privacy
- NCLB No Child Left Behind (NCLB) emphasizes accountability, parent involvement, highly-qualified teachers, and research-based teaching methods.
- 42 U.S.C. 15009 US Code – Section 15009: Rights of individuals with developmental disabilities
- Colorín Colorado is the premier national website serving educators and families of English language learners (ELLs) in Grades PreK-12. Colorín Colorado has been providing free research-based information, activities, and advice to parents, schools, and communities.
Center for Parent Information and Resources - All the materials found on the CPIR Hub have been created and archived for Parent Centers around the country to help them provide support and services to the families they serve.
NEW YORK STATE
- EI to 4410 Calculator Calculate when a child will age out of early intervention
- Early Intervention DOH Services for children under 3 years of age who have a confirmed disability or established developmental delay, as defined by the State
- Commissioners Regulations Part 100 Regulations and information about elementary, middle, and high schools, no child left behind
- Commissioners Regulations Part 200 Special education regulations
- Commissioners Regulations Part 201 Procedural safeguards for students with disabilities subject to disciplinary action
- Learning Disabilities Association of New York State Organization promotes the education and general welfare of individuals with learning disabilities
- NYS Consolodated Laws Education laws for New York State: go to EDN Education scroll down to article 89
- Search NYSED NYS Education Department
- Office of State Review Reviews decisions of impartial hearings related to the identification, evaluation, program or placement of children who have, or are suspected of having, an educational disability
- NYCRR online New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
- Youth in Emergency Housing – Rights Under McKinney Vento Act Provides technical assistance to school districts, social service providers, shelters, families, youth and others about the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
- The TRAID Centers (RTCs), staff provide information, training, device demonstration and loan, technical assistance and advocacy on how to obtain and use assistive technology services and devices.
- Engage NY - New York State Education Department Resources
- A Parent's Guide to Response to intervention (RTI) - Available in Spanish, Korean, Russian, Chinese, and Haitian Creole
- Blueprint For Improved Results For Students With Disabilities - From Office of Special Education
- “Procedural Safeguards Notice (July 2017)” can be found athttp://www.p12.nysed.gov/
specialed/timely.htmand http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ specialed/formsnotices/Questions may be directed to the Office of Special Education, at 518-473-2878, orSPECED@nysed.gov.
- Family Initiative Coordination Services Project, Early Intervention Partners Training Project: The purpose of the Family Initiative Coordination Services Project is to facilitate, support, and develop parent involvement at all levels of the Early Intervention Program.
Docs for Tots: Docs for Tots fosters connections between young children’s doctors, policymakers, early childhood practitioners, and other stakeholders
The Community Technical Assistance Center (CTAC): The Community Technical Assistance Center is a training, consultation, and educational resource center available to all adult and child-serving mental health clinics in New York State.
- 211 Long Island Free, non-emergency information service that connects Long Island residents to health and human services
- Abilities Education, training, research, and leadership for individuals with disabilities
- Advocates for Children Access to the best education for all students, especially students of color and students from low-income backgrounds.
- Aspergers and High Functioning Autism Association Increase awareness and knowledge of higher functioning autism among professionals
- Autism Speaks: NY Database of providers Nation’s largest autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism
- Bully Frog National bullying prevention program
- CHADD of Nassau County CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)
- CHADD of Suffolk County CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)
- The Cody Center Clinical treatment, research, community service, and educational programs benefiting those with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related developmental disabilities
- Down Syndrome Advocacy Foundation Provides resources for individuals who have children or family members with Down syndrome.
- Early Childhood Direction Center Information for parents and professionals who are concerned about a child from birth- five years of age, with or at risk of learning disabilities.
- Eastern Suffolk BOCES Provides educational leadership, direct instruction, management and support through quality, cost-effective instructional programs and shared services
- Empowering Long Island’s Journey through Autism Serves parents, educators, professionals and caregivers of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) on Long Island, New York
- International Dyslexia Association- Long Island Branch Organization formed to increase public awareness of dyslexia in the Long Island area of New York
- Long Island Advocacy Center Advocates for the legal rights of individuals and students with disabilities on Long Island
- Long Island Communities of Practice Offers year-round inclusive educational, social and recreational programs to individuals with disabilities and their families on Long Island
- Long Island Families Together Information, supports and services for children and youth with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges and their families
- Nassau BOCES Provides educational leadership, direct instruction, management and support through quality, cost-effective instructional programs and shared services
- Nassau/Suffok Chapter of the Autism Society of America (NSASA) Volunteer organization of parents who have children and adults with autism spectrum disorders
- Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Provides free legal services in thousands of cases each year as well as legal support to church, agency and grass roots organizations that work with the poor
- OIC of Suffolk Empowers the disadvantaged, the unskilled, unemployed and under-employed people of our community with the opportunity to learn the office, technical and literary skills
- Parent to Parent Families of individuals with special needs and the professionals who serve them can meet and share information.
- BRIDGE Program 631 422 7653 FREE Social Skills Group, Parent Support Group and Sibling Support Group for Town of Babylon Residents
- Tourette’s Syndrome Association Provides help (at the community level) to families affected by Tourette Syndrome
- LICIL The Long Island Center for Independent Living, Inc. (LICIL) is a not-for-profit, non-residential advocacy center serves persons with disabilities. The Center’s mission is to promote empowerment through education, information and rallying behind issues that directly impact the daily lives of persons with disabilities.
- SILO The goal of the Suffolk Independent Living Organization is to partner with the community at providing access to all Suffolk residents so that people with disabilities can determine where they live, work and play in the County.
SILO’s New York Connects: SILO's NY Connects: The program links individuals of all ages to long term services and supports regardless of payment source; whether it be private pay, public or a combination of both.
- Eastern Suffolk BOCES RSE-TASC
- Disability Benifit Guide
- Disability Benifit Caculator
- ED Pubs US Department of Education
- Promoting High Expectations for Post-School Success by Family Members: A “To Do” List for Professionals
- Children's Books That Teach Inclusion
- Considering LRE in Placement Decisions
- Frequently Asked Questions about Least Restrictive Environment
- Parent Centers
- Early Childhood Direction Centers
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