Online – Familias Resilientes – Spanish speaking group

Familias Resilientes Spanish speaking group –El cuarto martes del mes 6pm-7pm (excluyendo feriados) –
The 4th Tuesday of every month from 6 pm – 7 pm (except holidays)

*Este es un grupo en donde los padres que tienen niños con distintas habilidades pueden venir y conversar y aprender.

¿Qué es? Es un grupo para padres y cuidadores de personas con discapacidades que tal vez tienen necesidades médicas o con aprendizaje especiales. También es un lugar donde usted puede conocer otros padres con los mismos sueños, esperanzas y preocupaciones. Además, este es un lugar donde reír, compartir recursos y apoyo. Es un lugar donde simplemente se puede hablar con confianza y ser entendido.

What is this group all about? A Spanish speaking group for parents and caregivers of individuals with disabilities, special healthcare or learning needs. A place to meet other parents with the same dreams, hopes and concerns. This group is about laughter, sharing resources, support, and just having a safe place to talk about whatever is on your mind.

When /¿Cuando? The 4th Tuesday of every month (except holidays)- El cuarto martes del mes (excluyendo feriados)

What time/ ¿A qué hora? 6 – 7:00 pm

Where/ ¿Donde? Zoom online

Questions ¿Preguntas? (Padre a Padre Nincy Erazo)

P2P@wapave.org

253-565-2266 ext 115 

Once you complete this registration form, you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting link and password to join the weekly call.

Una vez que complete este formulario de registro, recibirá un correo electrónico con el enlace de la reunión de Zoom y la contraseña para unirse a la llamada semanal.

Online Training – Student Rights, IEP, Section 504 and More

Who is the training for?

Families and youth with IEPs, professionals who serve students in special education.

What will the training cover?  

  • Pyramid of student rights
  • Tips for Family Advocates
  • How to Write Accommodations, Modifications and Goals
  • Time for your questions

Who is the training for:  families and youth with IEPs, professionals who serve students in special education

When:  January 11, 6-7:30 pm

Where:  Zoom (link will be emailed shortly before the event) – Please register to get on the emailing list for this event.

Online Training – Life After High School -Planning For Families And Students With Disabilities

Who is the training for?

Families and youth with IEPs, professionals who serve students 16 –21

We’ll discuss answers to these questions:

  • When is an IEP required to include a transition plan?
  • What is included in the IEP transition plan?
  • How does the IEP align with a general education Life After High School Plan?
  • Who supports the planning process?

We will reserve time for your questions.

Zoom link will be emailed shortly before the event.

This training provides the participant with a variety of types of information. This may include information on State or Federal law regarding the rights of individuals with disabilities. While this is provided to inform or make one aware of these rights, legal definitions, or laws/regulations, it is not providing legal representation or legal advice. The participant understands that this is information to educate them not to provide them with legal representation.

STOMP Brunch and Learn “Need to Know” Webinar Series for Military Families

Join Us for the Brunch & Learn ” Need to Know” Webinar Series!
Each webinar is 90-minutes and designed to provide information and resources to military EFMP families to help them access and navigate the educational and medical services.

Registration is free and open to all service members!

Dates and Topics:
November 19, 2021: TRICARE, ECHO, & ABA
December 17, 2021: IEP SMART Goals
January 28, 2022: 504 Plans/Accommodations
February 25, 2022: Student Led IEP
March 25, 2022: Supported Decision Making & Person Centered Planning
April 29, 2022: Financial Planning for the Future
May 27, 2022: Planning a PCS Move

Clark County Family Training Series: How to Prepare for Life After High School

Start Now! Preparing for High School and Beyond 

A session to share information with middle school and high school families about what to expect out of a transition program and how to prepare.

Why wait?  Let’s Start Now! 

Are you a parent, educator, or student in Clark County?  Are you wondering about life after transition, or how to prepare for your transition program in the future?  This session is for you. Join us for our first session of the school,  a presentation from PAVE and panel of local educators.

Jerri Clark, PAVE, will present on How to Prepare for Life After High School.

Making the move from high school to what happens next can be confusing. For a student with a disability, this transition can be especially disorienting. The good news is that this time is also exciting for a young person ready to stretch and grow and find a pathway into adult life. This presentation provides some of the ways that families can work with the school to prepare a student for further education, vocational training and/or independent living. Focus will be on IEP teamwork and how to use tools such as the High School and Beyond Plan to get organized and prepared for this big leap.

After the presentation, stick around for a panel of educators who will  provide insight on what to expect and how to prepare for High school and Beyond.

Online – PTI Training ESD 114 – Preparing for the 2022 – 2023 School Year

The PAVE PTI Special Education trainings are opportunities for parents, caregivers, and professionals to learn how students receive their special education services. From 2pm – 3pm will be the training topic.

The IEP clinic will go from 3pm – 4pm that will allow individuals to bring your students IEP, Evaluation, or 504 plan to the clinic and asked questions/answers.

Online – PTI Training ESD 114 – High School Transition

The PAVE PTI Special Education trainings are opportunities for parents, caregivers, and professionals to learn how students receive their special education services. From 2pm – 3pm will be the training topic.

The IEP clinic will go from 3pm – 4pm that will allow individuals to bring your students IEP, Evaluation, or 504 plan to the clinic and asked questions/answers.

Online – PTI Training ESD 114 – Understanding the Special Education Process

The PAVE PTI Special Education trainings are opportunities for parents, caregivers, and professionals to learn how students receive their special education services. From 2pm – 3pm will be the training topic.

The IEP clinic will go from 3pm – 4pm that will allow individuals to bring your students IEP, Evaluation, or 504 plan to the clinic and asked questions/answers.

Online – PTI Training ESD 114 – Birth to Three Services

The PAVE PTI Special Education trainings are opportunities for parents, caregivers, and professionals to learn how students receive their special education services. From 2pm – 3pm will be the training topic.

The IEP clinic will go from 3pm – 4pm that will allow individuals to bring your students IEP, Evaluation, or 504 plan to the clinic and asked questions/answers.