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We at Federation of Families of SC value and teach advocacy skills starting with self-advocacy and leading up to advocating at the federal level. The National Center for Learning Disabilities has an excellent blog post about seven ways to foster … Continue reading
The Army Community Service (ACS) EFMP invites parents who have children with special needs and disabilities to a special meeting with Pro-Parents of South Carolina. The guest speaker will talk about the Individual Education Plan (IEP), how the process works … Continue reading
Below are articles from the NICHCY newsletter that I thought would be of interest to you: IEP Conversation Stoppers http://networkedblogs.com/rO1A8 What do I do, my child won’t go to school! http://www.matrixparents.org/pub/Spanish%20pdf/child.wont.go.to.school.eng.span.pdf How to handle a meltdown http://blog.friendshipcircle.org/2011/12/06/a-crash-course-in-meltdown-management-part-1-of-3/ http://blog.friendshipcircle.org/2011/12/13/26-sensory-integration-tools-for-meltdown-management/ http://blog.friendshipcircle.org/2011/12/21/meltdown-management-how-to-manage-and-prevent-a-panic-attack/