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Marcia Maust will provide an informative presentation on the thinking style of the dyslexic learner and how that perceptual talent can lead to the development of a learning disability.
If you have an adult child who receives Medicaid waiver funding, you may be able to use those funds for payment of higher education tuition, fees, and support services.
This fact sheet will discuss the different types of abuse and common barriers to justice for victims with disabilities.
Participants will learn what bullying is, how to respond to it, how to get support. People with disabilities are experiencing bullying and harassment every day and often don't know how to handle it.
Learn about your right to live free from violence and your right to get help and support after being victimized in this archived webinar.
A student who does not qualify for special education services via an Individual Education Program (IEP) may still qualify for services under a 504 plan.