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Resources and Links

ADD / ADHD and School: Helping Children and Teens with ADHD Succeed at School

Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) 2004

Information for Parents of Preschool Children (Ages 3-5) with Disabilities

Información para padres de alumnos preescolares con incapacidades (edades 3-5 años)

Transition from Early Intervention to CPSE

Part 200

Transition Process for Secondary Students

Special Education in NYS for Children (Ages 3-21): A Parent’s Guide

Educación Especial en el Estado de Nueva York para niños de 3 a 21 Años: Guía para los padres

VESID transition brochure

VESID transition brochure (en español)

Access to VESID services

Aceso a servicios de VESID

PART 154 Services For Pupils with Limited English Proficiency (LEP)

NY State LEP Identification Process

Guide for Parents of Limited English Proficient Students in New York State

New Hope Community -

Action Toward Independence -

Parents for Parents Family Support Center -

Parents 4 Parents Family Support Program (PDF)

Padres para Padres: Otoño Programas de Apoyo para la Familia (PDF)

Developmental Disability Resource Network of Sullivan County (PDF)

New York State Education Department PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS NOTICE: Rights for Parents of Children with Disabilities, Ages 3-21

As a parent, you are a vital member of the Committee on Special Education (CSE) or Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) in New York State.

The CSE/CPSE is responsible for developing recommendations for special education programs and services for your child. You must be given an opportunity to participate in the CSE/CPSE discussion and decision-making process about your child’s needs for special education.

The following link to the NY State Education Department (NYSED) website will provide information concerning procedural safeguards that are your legal rights under federal and State law - this includes the right to be informed about and involved in the special education process and to make sure that your child receives a free appropriate public education (FAPE). NYSED WEBSITE 

Procedural Safeguards (English)

Procedural Safeguards (Spanish)

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