The Florida House of Representatives has partnered with Age of Learning to bring FREE access to its online digital library to EVERY Florida child, regardless of age, income, or reading level, from now through 12/31/2021. To take advantage of this initiative, all you need to do is click here to visit the Reading IQ website and create a free account. Happy reading!
FDLRS Parent Services provides information, training, and support to districts and families, in order to promote effective parent participation in the education of children who are exceptional and/or have special needs.
Parent services include assistance in the development of family-friendly programs, training and support for services for children with disabilities, and the support of partnerships between schools and parents to support student achievement.
Sampling of Services offered by Parent Services:
Creating Family Friendly Schools
Parent Training on Facilitated IEPs
Parental Involvement in Education
Resource for Parent Access to LRP Publications
Support for Parent Liaisons
Technical Assistance on a Variety of Topics
Workshops for Parent Groups
Would you like help to understand the world of Special Education?
Need a Dictionary of all those terms and acronyms?
Information on updates to laws, rules, court cases?
Sign up for access to Special Ed Connection here.
Come check out our FDLRS NEFEC Parent Services Padlet, it contains many excellent resources and lots of useful information.
Would you like to receive our quarterly newsletter with lots of useful information for parents? Click here to be taken to the Google Form where you can sign up. Don't worry, we won't spam you and your email will only be used to receive the newsletter.
Do you have questions about your child's IEP? We are here to help! FDLRS NEFEC is proud to offer a series of short videos that takes you on a step-by-step orientation through each part of an IEP. These videos were created especially for parents.
Are you interested in learning more about assistive technology and how it can help your student? This short webinar provides some basic information about assistive technology and how it can help your child.