Communication; Tips to Help you Advocate for Your Child

Here are some tips that will help you be the best Advocate for the child you love Take someone to the meeting with you.  It helps to have another person to listen and take notes for you.  You can tape record the meeting to review later or share with your spouse, a relative, friend, or Read More

What is a Medical Home?

A medical home is a partnership between you and your child’s doctor that makes sure your child is getting the best possible care. It is not an actual place or building you can go to. The word home means that you have a “home base” for your child’s health care needs.  The medical home concept has been Read More

Time to Get Ready for the New School Year

By Louis Mendoza Father’s Network Learn about Father’s Network by clicking on http://fathersnetwork.org/ The new school year is just around the corner and now is a good time to start getting ready. The new school year may mean a new teacher, classroom, school or just returning to the structure of a school day.  Taking some time Read More

Bullying and Harassment of Students with Disabilities

Top 10 facts parents, educators, and students need to know Reprinted with permission from PACER The facts — Students with disabilities are much more likely to be bullied than their nondisabled peers. Bullying of children with disabilities is significant but there is very little research to document it. Only 10 U.S. studies have been conducted on Read More