…for Families & Caregivers of Children, K-Grade 4 with Special Learning Needs
As a parent or caregiver, you have a key role in your child’s education – one of bridging home with school to give your child the best chance at success. But, it can be difficult to know how best to approach your child’s teacher, principal and other involved staff. You may have questions such as: “How will my child’s teacher keep me informed about how my child is doing on a regular basis? How will my child’s progress be measured? How can I support at home what my child is learning in school?”
The SERC Library, in collaboration with colleagues from SERC’s IDEA and Families as Partners initiatives, is pleased to offer this special FREE Q&A session for parents and caregivers of children, K-Grade 4 with special learning needs. The session will be co-facilitated by an educator and a family advocate.
Come gather information on how best to work with school staff to inform IEP goals planning for your child that can be supported naturally at home and in the community. Learn strategies for how to clarify your own goals for your child and then how best to communicate them to your child’s teacher and other school staff.
**The session takes place in the Reading Room at the SERC Library, Middletown on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. Seating is limited. Dessert and coffee/tea will be offered!**