WarmLine Special Education Newsletter
September 2018
Understanding Special Education
We know that parents of children in special education have unique questions and concerns. That is why WarmLine created a training just for YOU! Knowing more will help you attend meetings confidently. Join us at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25 in Nevada City.  Register Now
Problem Solving with the IEP Team
WarmLine and the Placer County Special Education Local Plan Area are collaborating to bring you this exciting training on Wednesday, Oct. 10 in Rocklin. We'll share tips on how to work collaboratively with the IEP team; problem-solve during the IEP process and maintain relationships; and use tools and strategies to promote a well written IEP.  Register Now
Special Education Clinics & Workshops by WarmLine
Click on the blue event names below for more information and to register online.

Tuesday, September 25
Nevada City

Wednesday, October 10
Understanding Special Education
(Spanish & English)
Thursday, October 25
Just for Youth & Young Adults

The Sacramento Library launched its "Library Insiders" program for adults and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and spectrum disorders earlier this year and has featured everything from magic to yoga! Send ideas for future themes to JHarmonson@saclibrary.org.

How to Have a Meaningful Conversation About Disability at Work, by Denise Brodey, can be read here:  http://bit.ly/letstalkdisability

FREED Center for Independent Living  in Nevada City is creating a video project focused on the stories and experiences of youth with disabilities ages 14-24 who live in Colusa, Nevada, Sierra, Sutter and Yuba counties. Email  liam@freed.org  to learn more.

Strive Dance Tribe is launching an adaptive dance class for adults starting Oct. 4. Download Flyer
For Your Information...

Professor Karin Fisher is conducting research on the impact of the  Endrew F. Supreme Court case  from a parent perspective. If you are the parent of a student in Pre-K through 12 with an IEP please consider participating. You may only complete the survey one time for each of your children with an IEP. If you have any questions, contact Professor Fisher at  kfisher@georgiasouthern.edu .
Community Partner Workshops, Events & More
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Did You Know?
WarmLine is a federally-funded Parent Training and Information Center and can assist parents as they navigate the special education process. Use our Contact Form or call us at (916) 455-9500 for more information.
Who We Are
The WarmLine Family Resource Center is a Parent Training & Information Center serving 26 counties from Tuolumne County to the Oregon border. We offer special education training and individual consultation to families with children ages birth to 26 years. This e-newsletter is designed to provide information about special education, adolescence and disability, transition to adulthood and everything in between.
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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