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July 28, 2022 -  Contents of the IEP- In Person @ 10:00am
This workshop is designed to provide parents with practical working knowledge of the contents of an IEP as defined by IDEA.  Through the process of writing an IEP, we will learn to set reasonable and measureable learning goals for a child with a disability, and to state the individualized services that the school district will provide for that child.

Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

Location:  Kids Developmental Clinic - 5206 Airline Dr Suite D, Houston, TX 77022


July 29, 2022 - Differences or Disabilities @ 6:00pm
The intent of this workshop is to help you learn to recognize your strengths and learning difficulties in order to maximize your potential. In this workshop, we will discuss various disabilities and how to identify your strengths and specific learning differences.  By understanding how differences and disabilities impact learning, you become a more empowered self-advocate.

Contact information:  Sabrina Thompson at 936-348-0013 | Region6prn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XtSTvPonQ3qwlS2yOqg8_g

August 2, 2022 - Overview of Procedural Safeguards – In Person @ 10:00am
Procedural Safeguards ensure that children with disabilities are provided a free appropriate public education.  This workshop will introduce the most prominent rights and responsibilities of children with disabilities and their parents, along with the rights and responsibilities of public agencies.

Contact information : Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

Location:  Kids Developmental Clinic - 8021 Bissonnet St. Houston, TX 88074

August 4, 2022 - What is an IEP? @ 6:00pm
The intent of this workshop is to teach you to identify, examine, understand, and accept your own strengths/weaknesses, as well as your diagnosed disability. You will then learn how that disability and your participation in the ARD meeting will affect you and your future goals.

Contact information:   Carolina Perez Covarrubia @ 979-383-4044 | region3prn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TEPFn-fERBe6l_hTisvO7A

August 5, 2022 - What is an IEP? @ 11:30am
The intent of this workshop is to teach you to identify, examine, understand, and accept your own strengths/weaknesses, as well as your diagnosed disability. You will then learn how that disability and your participation in the ARD meeting will affect you and your future goals.

Contact information:  Sabrina Thompson at 936-348-0013 | Region6prn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ytZO2sHMSiy_Wz8bpbSJMw

August 10, 2022 - Assistive Technology in the IEP @ 12:00pm
This workshop will provide participants with an introduction to the Assistive Technology consideration process that must occur for all students with disabilities in accordance with IDEA 2004, and can be used by staff developers and educators to train those involved in the development of IEPs. This includes teachers, parents, related services providers, administrators and, when appropriate, students. They will learn how to consider possible AT needs during the development of the IEP.

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com 

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xzaU1FCgQz6p5-00msOfKA

August 10, 2022 - Overview of Procedural Safeguards  @ 10:00am– In Person
Procedural Safeguards ensure that children with disabilities are provided a free appropriate public education.  This workshop will introduce the most prominent rights and responsibilities of children with disabilities and their parents, along with the rights and responsibilities of public agencies.

Contact information: Ana Esparza 832-720-2152, Email: Region4bprn@gmail.com


Location:  TBD

August 11, 2022 -  Cómo colaborar con el desarrollo de tu hijo con Trastorno del Espectro durante la adolescencia @ 10:00an
Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kJ15VxI6T8aeNt8lXzHHHg

August 10, 2022 - IEP Clinic - All Day- Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:
To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

August 12, 2022 - Strategies to Strengthen Parent Voice at ARD Meetings @12:00pm
This module provides an overview of the Supreme Court case Endrew F. and how the court’s ruling will affect changes in special education for students with disabilities. We will look at the practical application of Endrew F. on special education and the development of high-quality IEPs. We will introduce strategies for families to use when participating in the development of their child’s IEP and when participating in ARD meetings.

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4HbgMRhDQomIOmOfr7S1Lg


August 16, 2022 -  IEP Clinic  @ 10:00am-2:00pm By Appointment Only
An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com

August 17, 2022 -  Evaluating Children for the Presence of a Disability @ 12:00pm
This workshop will teach parents about the process of evaluating children for the presence of disability as well as their rights & responsibilities of having a child with a disability in public school.  Parents will learn the importance of understanding their child’s disability and how the disability affects their child’s learning.

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com 

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AWWwElamRxu1C-CVClgOMA

August 18, 2022 -  Overview of Procedural Safeguards – In Person @ 10:00am
Procedural Safeguards ensure that children with disabilities are provided a free appropriate public education.  This workshop will introduce the most prominent rights and responsibilities of children with disabilities and their parents, along with the rights and responsibilities of public agencies.

Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

Location:  Kids Developmental Clinic - 3333 Bayshore Blvd #340, Pasadena, TX 77504, USA

August 18, 2022 -  IEP Clinic @ 10:00am- 3:00pm-By Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic? English/Spanish

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information: Ana Esparza 832-720-2152, Email: Region4bprn@gmail.com

August 18, 2022 -  Assertiveness @ 6:00pm
This workshop is designed to teach parents to communicate opinions, thoughts, needs and feelings in a direct, honest, and appropriate manner, in order to secure a free appropriate public education for their children.

Contact information:   Carolina Perez Covarrubia @ 979-383-4044 | region3prn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:  
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__h9KHPW6T2Optt8A0thCig

August 19, 2022 -  IEP Clinic @ 11:00am-1:00pm-By Appointment
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:  Sabrina Thompson at 936-348-0013 | Region6prn@gmail.com

August 23, 2022 - Overview of Procedural Safeguards @ 12:00pm
Procedural Safeguards ensure that children with disabilities are provided a free appropriate public education.  This workshop will introduce the most prominent rights and responsibilities of children with disabilities and their parents, along with the rights and responsibilities of public agencies.

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com 

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ubxmvebTToeg_sZvBOTWxg

August 24, 2022 - IEP Clinic @ 10:00am-By Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

August 24, 2022 - IEP Clinic- All Day- Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:
To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

August 25, 2022 - Overview of Procedural Safeguards  @ 10:00am– In Person
Procedural Safeguards ensure that children with disabilities are provided a free appropriate public education.  This workshop will introduce the most prominent rights and responsibilities of children with disabilities and their parents, along with the rights and responsibilities of public agencies.

Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

Location:   Kids Developmental Clinic - 5206 Airline Dr Suite D, Houston, TX 77022

August 25, 2022 - What is an IEP? @ 6:00pm
The intent of this workshop is to teach you to identify, examine, understand, and accept your own strengths/weaknesses, as well as your diagnosed disability. You will then learn how that disability and your participation in the ARD meeting will affect you and your future goals.

Contact information:  Sabrina Thompson at 936-348-0013 | Region6prn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_d5fBSZh3Snukq2GKpokoxA


August 26, 2022 -  Organizing Special Education Paperwork @ 12:00pm
This workshop will help parents understand the importance of documentation and organizing special education paperwork into a notebook.  We will discuss materials needed, possible sections to include and how to effectively organize paperwork so that we can find the information we need to fully participate and make informed decisions for our children.  

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9FOMiux7QRKsBYH8uX67lQ


August 30, 2022 -  IEP Clinic @ 10:00am-2:00pm By Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com


August 30, 2022 -  Strategies to Strengthen Parent Voice at ARD Meetings @ 10:00am
This module provides an overview of the Supreme Court case Endrew F. and how the court’s ruling will affect changes in special education for students with disabilities. We will look at the practical application of Endrew F. on special education and the development of high-quality IEPs. We will introduce strategies for families to use when participating in the development of their child’s IEP and when participating in ARD meetings.

Contact information: Ana Esparza 832-720-2152, Email: Region4bprn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lGWQ8zYqS_WCS0ufPt0leA

August 31, 2022 -  Estrategias para fortalecer la voz de los padres en las reuniones de ARD @ 10:00am
Este modulo provee una perspectiva general del caso Endrew F. de la Corte Suprema (de Estados Unidos) y cómo este fallo afectará los cambios en educación especial para los estudiantes con discapacidades. Veremos la aplicación práctica de Endrew F. en educación especial y en el desarrollo de IEPs de alta calidad. Presentaremos estrategias para que las familias las empleen cuando participen en el desarrollo del IEP de su hijo y cuando participen en las reuniones del ARD.

Contact information: Ana Esparza 832-720-2152, Email: Region4bprn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IwXhdzE1SvOUjtKaAgnMyQ

September 2, 2022 - Section 504 @ 11:00am
This workshop will provide an overview of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  Participants will learn that schools have an obligation to prevent discrimination based on disability, to provide equal opportunity to all students, and to provide FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) to each qualified student with a disability.  The definition of disability will be explained and the identification process for the 504 Plan will be explored.

Contact information:  Sabrina Thompson at 936-348-0013 | Region6prn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__Cx8K9vWR8272W2qyfKQLw


September 7, 2022 - Autodefensa y Educación @ 11:00am
La intención de este taller es enseñarle a la juventud (8 vo. grado a los 26 años de edad) con discapacidades a cómo autoafirmarse. La autodefensa es aprender a hablar por sí mismo, tomar sus propias decisiones sobre su vida, aprender a cómo obtener información para que pueda entender cosas que son de interés para usted, a descubrir quién le apoyará en su camino, conocer sus derechos y responsabilidades, llegarle a otros cuando necesite ayuda o amigos, y a aprender
sobre la autodeterminación.

Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VpyAXej9RKuhgUH1nZdrMg


September 7, 2022 - IEP Clinic- All Day- Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:
To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

September 8, 2022 - IEP Clinic-English/Spanish @ 10:00am- 3:00pm-By Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information: Ana Esparza 832-720-2152, Email: Region4bprn@gmail.com

September 9, 2022 - Strategies to Strengthen Parent Voice at ARD Meetings @ 12:00pm
This module provides an overview of the Supreme Court case Endrew F. and how the court’s ruling will affect changes in special education for students with disabilities. We will look at the practical application of Endrew F. on special education and the development of high-quality IEPs. We will introduce strategies for families to use when participating in the development of their child’s IEP and when participating in ARD meetings.

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cDK00FTiQWaKoYYriINYsQ

September 9, 2022 - IEP Clinic @ 1:00pm-3:00pm -By Appointment
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:  Sabrina Thompson at 936-348-0013 | Region6prn@gmail.com

September 12, 2022 - IEP Clinic @ 10:00am-2:00pm By Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com


September 13, 2022 - Positive Behavior Intervention @ 12:00pm
This workshop will help families understand the reason for behavioral assessments and positive interventions with a focus on behaviors that serve a specific purpose for a student. We will discuss using positive consequences versus punishment to change behavior, as well as what IDEA 2004 says concerning positive behavior interventions.

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com 

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_l30_toSWSAKYEuHrMulytQ


September 14, 2022 - IEP Clinic @ 10:00am-By Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

September 15, 2022 -  IEP Clinic @ 10:00am-2:00pm By Appointment Only
 What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com


September 20, 2022 - Related Services @ 12:00pm
Speech, occupational therapy and psychological services are only a few of the Related Services that may be needed by students with disabilities.  This workshop will teach parents how students become eligible for Related Services, as well as how those services are delivered and coordinated.  An overview of all Related Services under IDEA will be provided.

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com 

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_23RP5vOCR52pNKVZBuufXQ

September 21, 2022 -IEP Clinic- All Day- Appointment Only
What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:
To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

September 22, 2022 - Top 10 Basics of Special Education @ 10:00am
This workshop will provide participants with an easy to follow roadmap of the Special Education process. We will discuss some acronyms, their definitions and why we use them.  A basic overview of the Special Education process from “identification” through “re-evaluation” will be discussed.

Contact information: Ana Esparza 832-720-2152, Email: Region4bprn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-GE6IcY6T6qPxBhJV54d6Q

September 22, 2022 - IEP Clinic @ 10:00am-2:00pm By Appointment Only
Event:  What is an IEP Clinic?

An IEP Clinic is a designated 1 HOUR appointment time to meet with your PATH Project Regional Coordinator. There are different ways your Regional Coordinator may assist you at an IEP Clinic. Here are some ways:

To learn what the ARD process is like
To review your child’s IEP
Help you determine what you want for your child and how to achieve it
Help you understand what your rights are under IDEA

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com

September 23, 2022 - Organizing Special Education Paperwork @ 12:00pm
This workshop will help parents understand the importance of documentation and organizing special education paperwork into a notebook.  We will discuss materials needed, possible sections to include and how to effectively organize paperwork so that we can find the information we need to fully participate and make informed decisions for our children.  

Contact information:  Marion Campbell at 409-790-0741, email @ mcampbellpath@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QFxcksccRh6OfuphukTyrg

September 23, 2022 - Section 504 @ 6:00pm
This workshop will provide an overview of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  Participants will learn that schools have an obligation to prevent discrimination based on disability, to provide equal opportunity to all students, and to provide FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) to each qualified student with a disability.  The definition of disability will be explained and the identification process for the 504 Plan will be explored.

Contact information:  Sabrina Thompson at 936-348-0013 | Region6prn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hpAmbpeuSaupR8VI4Duhrw


September 27, 2022 - Section 504 @ 12:00pm
This workshop will provide an overview of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  Participants will learn that schools have an obligation to prevent discrimination based on disability, to provide equal opportunity to all students, and to provide FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) to each qualified student with a disability.  The definition of disability will be explained and the identification process for the 504 Plan will be explored.

Contact information:   Natalie Parker at 361-445-2381, Email:  region2prn@gmail.com 

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vsTNSi-DRG-I5lgrzEN3Tg

September 28, 2022 - ¿Discapacidad o Diferencias? @ 10:00am
El objetivo de este taller es ayudarle a aprender a reconocer sus fortalezas y retos de aprendizaje para maximizar su potencial En este taller, discutiremos varias discapacidades y cómo identificar sus fortalezas y diferencias de aprendizaje específicas. Al comprender cómo las diferencias y las discapacidades afectan el aprendizaje, usted se convertirá en un
auto-defensor más capacitado.

Contact information: Celia Ulloa, 832-720-2369, Email:  Region4aprn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_P_sxYj3qTDG6KK592xEe4A


September 29, 2022 -  Los 10 puntos básicos de la educación especial  @ 8:00pm
Este taller proveerá a los participantes de una guía fácil del proceso de Educación Especial. Discutiremos acrónimos, sus definiciones y porqué los usamos.  Se ofrecerá una perspectiva general sobre el proceso de Educación Especial: desde la Identificación hasta la Re-evaluación.

Contact information: Ana Esparza 832-720-2152, Email: Region4bprn@gmail.com

Link to attend/register:   https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OeQJg1o2TA-fNGJqLXDUGw

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