What is “the plan” for after high school? A job? College? Training? Come learn how agencies can help make “the plan” a successful REALITY!
Special Education laws can get complex. In this interactive virtual training, we will take an in depth look at the laws that protect students with disabilities. Participants will learn about the 3 federal mandates that protect the rights of students with disabilities. We will also discuss the benefits for students with disabilities in the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that students who are eligible and need special education services have a written statement called the IEP.
Students with disabilities often experience challenges or barriers that interfere with their ability to access and demonstrate learning. Accommodations can be used for students with disabilities to help provide equal access to instruction and assessments. This training will provide a general overview of the key concepts of accommodations and how accommodations should be implemented.
Students with disabilities often experience challenges or barriers that interfere with their ability to access and demonstrate learning. Accommodations can be used for students with disabilities to help provide equal access to instruction and assessments. This training will provide a more comprehensive look at the key concepts of accommodations and how accommodations should be implemented.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that students with disabilities have measurable annual goals designed to meet the needs that result from a child’s disability and to enable the student to be involved and make progress in the general curriculum.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that students with disabilities have measurable annual goals and that these goals be progress monitored throughout the year. This session will take an in depth look at the use of progress monitoring for data-based individualization.
Learn what it means to be “medically self aware” and how to support your young adult as they move from pediatric to adult medical care.
Does your young adult know his/her diagnosis or medical needs? Is he/she able to share their needs with the medical team? Does your young adult know what medications they take and why? This informational session is an introduction to the decisions and factors to consider when transitioning from pediatric to adult medical care.
Questions about Medicaid eligibility for your child? What to expect when enrolling to choose the best option for your family’s needs.
Starting April 1, 2023, South Carolina will resume its standard Medicaid annual review process!
What does this mean for you/your family? SC Healthy Connections Medicaid will be reaching out to current members over the next 12 months letting them know it’s time for your review. Learn more about this, waivers, Medicaid and TEFRA eligibility, and more at this information session!
Dr. Debbie Greenhouse and the Parents as Teachers team discuss the importance of making sure your child is up-to-date with the current vaccines and well child visits. Bring your questions and concerns about the current COVID-19 vaccines for children and ask the expert! Our goal is to help families learn more about the recommended scheduled for well child visits.
Are you a parent of a child with a disability and have questions about SSI? Is your child currently getting TEFRA Medicaid and between the ages of 17 and 19, and not yet getting SSI? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then this training will help clear the air. This training will focus on how to apply for SSI, how the definition/criteria of disability is different between a child and an adult, and what happens when the child turns 18.
Have questions about the Covid-19, pediatric testing, and DHEC guidelines for childcare center? Dr. Debbie Greenhouse with Palmetto Pediatrics and Cynthia S. Lara, Director, Child Care Licensing for DSS will provide their expertise and answer your questions.
This workshop is in partnership with DSS and Palmetto Pediatrics
Have questions about the Covid-19 vaccine, the Delta variant and your youth? Dr. Jane Kelly, the Assistant State Epidemiologist with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) will provide updates on the vaccine and answer your questions.