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SPAN Workshops

¡Empoderados, Comprometidos y Efectivos! 

Una serie interactiva y totalmente en español de empoderamiento familiar. Aprenda como navegar el sistema de educación especial. Identifique los apoyos disponibles para los estudiantes que están teniendo estragos en su educación. Organice un plan de acción para involucrase efectivamente en los grupos de toma de decisiones. Anote las fechas:
  • 18 de febrero de 2021
  • 18 marzo de 2021
Todas las reuniones serán de 6:00pm-8pm.

Para más información o si necesita ayuda registrándose contacte a: Fanny Ochoa o llame al 551-260-0046
The CARE Project
February 19 & 20, 2021
For families with a child who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing
birth to 5 years old

The Virtual Retreat will include:

Opportunities to form relationships with other parents experiencing a similar journey

A virtual panel of teens living with hearing loss who will share their experiences and answer questions

Presentation topics geared toward transition, advocacy and mentoring

Northeastern Roundtable
Join your fellow parent leaders and school administrators for a conversation on how to RESET your SEPAG or other parent advisory group’s agenda to address the COVID-19 impact. Through conversation, we will engage parents and educators and provide strategies to foster a collaborative relationship with your district to improve the outcomes for ALL students.

Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Via Zoom

Literacy Strategies for Families Through COVID 19 and Beyond
Are you hoping for some support and advice about reading together at home? Tell us how we can help.

Literacy Strategies for Families facilitates partnerships between families and schools by creating and supporting school teams that include school staff and families who are interested in improving outcomes for students in literacy. 

We offer these school teams a non-competitive grant to facilitate the implementation of the team action plan.

Our support will be focused on strategies that are appropriate for all families whose children attend the school, including both students who receive general education support and those identified for special education supports. The plans will be flexible and adaptable to best support culturally, linguistically, and economically diverse families and learners of all ability levels. 

To receive support in your school or district,
contact Debbie Esposito, Literacy Coordinator,

Click here to Download the one-page information sheet.
This virtual event will provide information to both youth/young adults and their parents on education rights, developing the Transition Plan, the importance of self advocacy and supported decision-making, adult services and more. Join us to learn strategies that will help your family prepare for the future.

Saturday, March 20, 2021
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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