WarmLine Special Education Newsletter
January 2019
What Should I Know About 504 Plans?
Some kids with learning and attention issues don't need (or are not eligible) for special education. Come learn how 504 plans differ from IEPs at 6 p.m. on March 26, 2019. Register Now      Download Flyer
Special Education Clinics & Workshops by WarmLine
Click on the blue event names below for more information and to register online.

Ayuda! Mi hijo tiene problemas de comportamiento en la escuela! (Spanish only)
Jan. 30

Understanding Special Education
Saturday, Feb. 2
Turning 3 Years Old:
The Transition to Preschool
Thursday, Feb. 28

Vamos a Organizarnos
March 12
March 20
Wilton Rancheria
March 26
Just for Youth & Young Adults

You bring the creativity and the Central Library will provide the supplies for a "Random Acts of Kindness" craft/service project at 11 a.m. on Feb. 5. Learn More

Resource: Accommodations for Test Takers with Disabilities from the College Board

The California Committee on Employment of  People with Disabilities has extended the Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities application deadline until Feb. 3.  Learn More
For Your Information...

Resource: The Power of Play excerpted from Kidspot.com and Zero to Three

Read: It's A Kids Job about how playing helps kids learn and grow from the National Institutes of Health
Resource: Assistive Technology 101 from the Center on Technology and Disability

Resource: Accommodations: What They Are And How They Work from Understood.org
studen-teacher-sm.jpg Types of Assessments
Children who have disabilities and special health care needs are often subject to several types of assessments meant to better identify their area(s) of need. In this occasional series, WarmLine shares different assessments, what they look for and how that information is used to support the child. This month: Comparing Psychological vs. Psychoeducational vs. Neuropsychological Evaluations.
Did You Know?
WarmLine is a federally-funded Parent Training and Information Center and coaches parents navigating the special education process. Use our Contact Form or call us at (916) 455-9500 for a one-on-one consultation.
Funding for WarmLine is provided by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs as a  Parent Training and Information (PTI) Center.
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