Parent Resources and Announcements

Helpful Links

Agencia de Educación de Texas
Herramientas para graduarse

Any Baby Can Information

Camp Camp summer registration is open online
Camp Camp Spring 2018 Newletter

Case Management Connecting Families to Programs and Services

Autism Lifeline Links

Autism Resources

Autism Speaks

¡Que Es Texas Partners in Policy Making?

Summer Enrichment Program

Texas Dept. of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services

Texas Education Agency
Graduation Tool Kit

Texas Statewide Leadership for Austim Training

The ARC of San Antonio

Texas Partners in Policy Making
Partners is an innovative, competency-based leadership training
program for adults with disabilities and parents of young children with developmental disabilities. The purpose of the program is two-fold: to teach best practices and the competencies needed to influence public policy.

Parent Companion

A Website connecing Texas parents to information, inspiration,
and resources for children from birth through 5 years of age.

Partner's Resource Network - Parent Training and Information Center
Team Project --Who is TEAM? TEAM is a grant project of Partners Resource
Network, Inc., one of three federally funded Parent Training and Information
Centers (PTI) serving Texas parents of children and youth with disabilities
from the ages of 0 to 26. Our mission is to empower parents of children and
youth with disabilities in their roles as parents, decision makers, and
advocates for their children. Our goal is to promote partnerships throughout
he state among parents and professionals, parent organizations, school
districts, and service agencies. We encourage parents and professionals to
work together as PARTNERS and to focus on cooperation and collaboration.
Our services include providing training, information, and technical assistance
at no cost to parents throughout the state of Texas

Texas Project First for Parents
Created by parents, for parents...this web site is a project of the Texas
Education Agency and is committed to providing accurate and consistent
information to parents & families of students with disabilities.

Texas Education Agency Procedural Safeguards
The Notice of Procedural Safeguards: Rights of Parents of Students with
Disabilities explains the specific rights and responsibilities of the parent in
the special education process. The Individuals with Disabilities Education
Improvement Act 2004 (IDEA 2004) requires school districts to give parents
the Procedural Safeguards only one time a year, except upon: initial referral
or on request for evaluation; the first occurrence of the filing of a due process
hearing complaint; or upon request by a parent.

Texas Education Agency
This TEA site directly provides updates on special education in Texas;
Proposed Commissioner's Rules are on-line also. What's New on the
Special Education in Texas Web Site September 2010.

Special Education Rules and Regulations
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Final Regulations from
January 2010, Federal Register.

As a parent, teacher or any one committed to the success of
a student with special needs, where do you look for information?
YOU have questions and we have information. Region 10 ESC,
in collaboration with Texas Education Agency (TEA), is proud to introduce
the Texas Special Education Information Center (SPEDTex), a dynamic
resource designed to inform and support parents, teachers, and anyone who
is committed to the success of children with disabilities. Our goal is to
provide access to reliable and timely information so you can make the
best possible decisions for your student.

Region 18 Legal framework for the child centered process
Provides Statewide Leadership for the Legal Framework for the
Child-Centered Process in Texas in collaboration with the Division of
IDEA Coordination at the Texas Education Agency.

TASB Policies
Boerne ISD Board Policy Manual

TCDD (Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities)
The Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities is a 27-member
board dedicated to ensuring that all Texans with developmental disabilities,
about 423,500 individuals, have the opportunity to be independent,
productive and valued members of their communities.

Connecting to the Community

Conectar a la Comunidad

Workforce Solutions -- Youth Services

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