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7:00 CT / 6:00 MT Early Literacy for Providers and Families teaches strategies to support young children’s language and literacy skills to increase their school readiness in home and childcare […]
7:00 CT / 6:00 MT Early Literacy for Providers and Families teaches strategies to support young children’s language and literacy skills to increase their school readiness in home and childcare […]
A one-of-a-kind runway experience for every body! Rare by Design is hosting The Style Show: A Runway to Empower to support the incredible efforts by Rare by Design and to […]
Camp UBU is for Deaf & Hard of Hearing campers who have completed 2-8th grades. The camp serves campers from Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa. Camp UBU […]
Around the world, many children with autism and other developmental disabilities lack access to quality care and interventions. To help these families, the World Health Organization (WHO), with support from […]
For over 25 years, South Dakota Association for the Education of Young Children (SDAEYC) and South Dakota Headstart Association (SDHSA) have been partnering to bring professional development to South Dakota’s […]
As you are thinking about different camps and activities your child wants to attend, the SD Association for the Deaf has scholarships available for students who are deaf and hard […]
What is Social Communication? Social communication is the use of language in social contexts. It encompasses social interaction, social cognition, pragmatics, and language processing. Social communication skills include the ability […]
Do you have concerns about your child's behavior, and wonder how you can work with the school in determining how to provide effective supports and services to improve behavior? This guide includes information for parents of school age children to better participate as shared decision makers to advocate for appropriate services, supports, and responses to concerns about behavior at school. A complimentary recorded presentation has been created to accompany this guide.
Do you have concerns about your child's academic performance, your child's behavior, or their ability to pay attention and get work done in school? This brief explains the steps for requesting a special education evaluation or reevaluation, and answers many questions parents face during this process.
Is your child with a disability looking forward to becoming a legal adult? Do you have questions about this change? This brief will describe how parental rights are transferred at the age of 18, and helps parents learn what they can do to prepare for this transition.
As a parent, do you sometimes wonder what your role is when seeking the best education for your child who may be struggling in school? This guide is a resource for families of children receiving special education created to assist parents in advocating for your child's right to an appropriate education.
Do you have questions on how to best support your child as they enter adulthood? This guide was created as a resource for families and professionals working with young adults to help understand guardianship and alternatives.
Do you ever have questions about what your rights are as a person with a disability, or a parent who has a child with special needs? Learn more about the three major federal laws that protect the rights of people with disabilities in this brief.
Do you have a child receiving special education services and sometimes need information regarding IEP's, evaluations, etc. This guide provides detailed explanation of current federal special education law the Administrative Rules of South Dakota where they differ from the federal requirements.
Has your child been bullied, or do you fear your child may be a bully? This brief will provide information for parents, students, and educators about bullying and how parents, schools, and communities can work together on prevention of bullying. A complimentary recorded presentation has been created to accompany this material.
As the parent of a young child, do you ever question how your child develops, and wonder if they are appropriately meeting developmental milestones? Learn more about guidelines for parents of young children, as well as many resources in this brief.
Are your child's fine motor and hand-writing skills appropriate for their age? This guide will give you a better understanding of how handwriting develops, and what to expect at each age.
How does my child "qualify" for extended school year services? This is a common question and different factors play a role in how this decision is made. This guide provides answers to how this decision is made, and what you can do to contribute valuable information in this decision-making process.
Are you the parent of a child with a disability or significant health care need? This brief gives important information on how a Medical Home Partnership promotes health and quality of life for the child as he/she transitions into adulthood.
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