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The following resources are available from Pathfinder Services of ND in either a Spanish edition or an English-Spanish dual edition.

The following resources are available from Pathfinder Services of ND in either a Spanish edition or an English-Spanish dual edition.

A Family Guide to Participating in the Child Outcomes Measurement Process

A Family Guide to Participating in the Child Outcomes Measurement Process (Una Guía Familiar Para la Participación en el Proceso para la Medición de Resultados de los Niños)
Pacer

This guide helps families determine if their child's early intervention or special education program is meeting his or her needs through three child outcomes.
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Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM): Basics for Families

Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM): Basics for Families (Materiales de instrucción accesibles (AIM): Información Básica para Familias)
Pacer

This booklet helps parents decide whether their child needs accessible instructional materials (AIM), what specialized format the student needs, how to access these materials, and what supports the student needs to use AIM.
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (Trastorno de Déficit de Atención e Hiperactividad)
NIMH

This booklet explains what ADHD is, symptoms, causes, how it is diagnosed and treated.
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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD)

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) (Trastorno por Déficit de Atención /Hiperactividad)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD).
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Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorders (El Espectro el Autismo)
CPIR

Disability fact sheet from CPIR in regards to information on the Autism Spectrum Disorders.
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Behavior or Conduct Problems in Children

Behavior or Conduct Problems in Children (Problemas de comportamiento o conducta)
CDC

Children sometimes argue, are aggressive, or act angry or defiant around adults. A behavior disorder may be diagnosed when these disruptive behaviors are uncommon for the child's age at the time, persist over time, or are severe. Learn more about behavior disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder in this article from the Division of Human Development and Disabilities at the CDC.
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Bookshare Brochure (Spanish translation)

Bookshare Brochure (Spanish translation) ()
Pacer

Este folleto proporciona información sobre Bookshare, una biblioteca en línea gratuita y accesible con libros electrónicos y herramientas de lectura para su hijo con una discapacidad impresa.
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Categories of Disabilities Under IDEA

Categories of Disabilities Under IDEA (Categorías de Discapacidad bajo IDEA)
CPIR

The nation's special education law is called the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA. As part of making special education and related services available to children with disabilities in the public schools, IDEA defines the term "child with a disability." That definition includes specific disability terms, which are also defined by IDEA, as this webpage describes.
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Cerebral Palsy (NICHCY)

Cerebral Palsy (NICHCY) (Parálisis Cerebral)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on cerebral palsy.
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Communicating with Your Child's School Through Letter Writing

Communicating with Your Child's School Through Letter Writing (Comunicándose con la Escuela a Través de Cartas)
CPIR

Throughout your child's school years, there is always a need to communicate with the school's teachers, administrators, and others concerned with your child's education. Letters (including emails) provide both you and the school with a record of ideas, concerns, and suggestions. This Parent's Guide will help you in writing to the professionals involved in your child's special education.
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Concerned about Development? How to Get Help for Your Child

Concerned about Development? How to Get Help for Your Child (¿Le preocupa el desarrollo de su hijo?Cómo ayudar a su hijo)
CDC

If you're concerned about your child's development, don't wait. Acting early can make a real difference.
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Considering LRE in Placement Decisions

Considering LRE in Placement Decisions (La Definición de Ambiente Menos Restrictivo (LRE))
CPIR

Least restrictive environment, or LRE as it is more commonly called, is one of several vital components in the development of a child's IEP and plays a critical role, influencing where a child spends his or her time at school, how services are provided, and the relationships the child develops within the school and community. This fact sheet from CPIR provides more information.
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Cyberbullying:What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Children

Cyberbullying:What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Children (Bullying Cibernético y Niños con Discapacidades)
Pacer

The internet has become a place for children to post mean and inappropriate comments about their peers. It is important that parents of children with disabilities learn what cyberbullying is and how to respond. This 8-page booklet has information for parents on how to address cyberbullying with your child and what steps to take if your child is being bullied online.
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Deafness and Hearing Loss

Deafness and Hearing Loss (Sordera y la Pérdida de la Capacidad Auditiva)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on deafness and hearing loss.
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Developing Your Child's IEP

Developing Your Child's IEP (Desarrollando el IEP de Su Hijo)
CPIR

Your child's education is most likely an area of great interest to you. As a child with a disability, he or she may be eligible for special education services in school. If so, this guide can help you learn what you need to know. It explains the basics of the special education process and gives you information on how to be an effective partner with your child's school.
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Developmental Monitoring and Screening

Developmental Monitoring and Screening ()
CDC

Taking a first step, waving "bye-bye," and pointing to something interesting are all developmental milestones, or things most children can do by a certain age. Children reach many milestones in how they play, learn, speak, act, and move. Developmental monitoring and screening are ways to look for your child's developmental milestones. This document contains both English and Spanish versions.
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Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome (Síndrome de Down)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on Down syndrome.
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Educational Advocates: A Guide for Parents

Educational Advocates: A Guide for Parents (Defensores educativos: Una guía para padres)
CADRE

An educational advocate assists parents of students with disabilities in navigating the complex world of special education. This guide will assist parents in: asking interview questions that will help get an understanding of an advocate’s approach to providing support, connecting with parent centers in your state, and connecting with additional sources of information about advocacy.
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Emotional Disturbance

Emotional Disturbance (Trastornos Emocionales)
CPIR

Find out what different emotional disturbances have in common, how they are defined in federal law, and where to find more detailed information on specific disorders.
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Engaging Parents In Productive Partnerships

Engaging Parents In Productive Partnerships (Participacion de los Padres en Asociaciones Productivas)
CADRE

Engaging Parents in Productive Partnerships is an easy-to-read presentation of suggestions on how educators and service providers can effectively collaborate with parents including specific recommendations for IEP meetings.
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Epilepsy

Epilepsy (Epilepsia)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on epilepsy.
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Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) (La Ley Cada Estudiante Triunfa (ESSA))

This is the U.S. Department of Education's official site for The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the nation's national education law.
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Evidence-Based Practices at School: A Guide for Parents

Evidence-Based Practices at School: A Guide for Parents (Prácticas Escolares Basadas en Evidencia:Una Guía para los Padres)
Pacer

One way to help your child succeed is to know if the school is using effective teaching and intervention practices. But how can schools and parents know if a practice is effective? One method is to see if there is any research or evidence to prove that the practice works. This handout explains the meaning of evidence-based practices and why they are important.
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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (Trastornos del espectro alcohólico fetal)
CDC

This fact sheet from the CDC offers facts about FASDs, including cause and prevention, signs and symptoms, types of FASDs, diagnosis. prevention, and how to get help.
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Five Options, 1-2-3

Five Options, 1-2-3 (Cómo Resolver Disputas Entre Familias y Escuelas)
CPIR

This article from CPIR provides an overview of the informal and formal approaches that parents and schools can use to help resolve disputes.
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Get Involved: Keeping Tabs On Your Child's Education

Get Involved: Keeping Tabs On Your Child's Education (Participe! Seleccione y lea sobre la educación de su hijo(a))
Channing Bete

You play a big role in your child's education. This means working with your child and his or her school to ensure the best education possible. No matter how old your child is, it's never too late to get involved!
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Help Your Child Be A Better Reader

Help Your Child Be A Better Reader (Ayude a sus hijos a ser Mejores Lectores)
Channing Bete

Even parents with basic reading skills can instill a love of reading in their child. This booklet shows them how -- by setting aside time each day to read together, choosing reading material that both parents and children can enjoy, and creating an at-home library of favorite books and magazines.
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Help Your Child With Writing

Help Your Child With Writing (Ayude a su hijo(a) con la Escritura)
Channing Bete

Every child can learn to write well, and every parent can help! This easy-reading booklet encourages parents to involve their child in simple writing activities every day.
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Helping Children with Learning Disabilities: A Parent's Handbook

Helping Children with Learning Disabilities: A Parent's Handbook (Como ayudar a los ninos con discapacidades del aprendizaje)
Channing Bete

This guide explains different types of learning disabilities, possible causes, symptoms, where to find help, and how parents can help their child succeed.
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Helping Your Child Manage ADHD: A Parent's Handbook

Helping Your Child Manage ADHD: A Parent's Handbook (Como ayudar a su hijo(a) a manejar el TDAD)
Channing Bete

If your child has ADHD, this handbook is for you. It can help you learn about ADHD and to manage the challenges ADHD can bring. You wil also learn to work with your child and with others who can help him or her. There's a lot you can do to help your child live well and feel good about him or herself. It can help the whole family!
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Helping Your Child Prepare For School -- Tips For Success: A Parent's Handbook

Helping Your Child Prepare For School -- Tips For Success: A Parent's Handbook (Ayude a su hijo(a) a prepararse para la escuela: Sugerencias para el exito)
Channing Bete

Step-by-step guide teaches parents what it means to be ready for school, strategies to enhance their child's education, and the importance of good health and physical well-being. Interactive exercises help parents develop their child's language and thinking skills, prepare their child emotionally and physically for school, and more.
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Helping Your Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Parent's Handbook

Helping Your Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Parent's Handbook (Ayude a su hijo(a) con Trastorno del Espectro Autista (Manual para padres))
Channing Bete

If your child has Autism or a related disorder, this handbook is for you. It can help you learn about Autism and related disorders and how they are treated. You will also learn how to work with your child and the people who help your child.
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Helping Your Child with Homework: A Parent's Handbook

Helping Your Child with Homework: A Parent's Handbook (Como ayudar a su hijo(a) con la tarea escolar (Grados K a 12))
Channing Bete

This handbook explains how to set up a homework area, establish a study time, and help children develop effective study skills. Exercises prompt parents to write down homework goals, keep track of classes and after-school activities, and create a daily schedule. Also provides tips for modeling positive behavior, encouraging healthy habits, and getting involved in school activities; lists sources of additional help.
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How to Be Involved in Your Child's Education: A Parent's Handbook

How to Be Involved in Your Child's Education: A Parent's Handbook (Como participar en la educacion de su hijo(a): Manual para Padres)
Channing Bete

Interactive handbook explains the benefits of parent involvement in education and describes effective ways to make learning an everyday occurrence. Encourages parents to write down their expectations and rules for their child, keep track of important contact information, record questions they may have about school policies, track their child's progress, and more.
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IDEA Early Intervention Due Process Complaints and Hearing Requests - Part C Procedures

IDEA Early Intervention Due Process Complaints and Hearing Requests - Part C Procedures (Quejas y solicitudes de audiencias de proceso legal debido de intervención temprana de IDEA - Procedimientos de la Parte C)
CADRE

This publication is part of a series of guides on dispute resolution options available under Part C of the IDEA. These options include mediation, written state complaints, and due process complaints and hearings.
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IDEA Early Intervention Mediation

IDEA Early Intervention Mediation (Mediación para la intervención temprana de IDEA)
CADRE

This publication is part of a series of guides on dispute resolution options available under Part C of the IDEA. These options include mediation, written state complaints, and due process complaints and hearings.
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IDEA Early Intervention Written State Complaints

IDEA Early Intervention Written State Complaints (Quejas por escrito ante el Estado de la intervención temprana de IDEA)
CADRE

This publication is part of a series of guides on dispute resolution options available under Part C of the IDEA for families of infants and toddlers (Birth through Age 2). This guide covers written state complaints.
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IDEA Special Education Due Process Complaints/Hearing Requests

IDEA Special Education Due Process Complaints/Hearing Requests (Solicitudes de Quejas/Auiencias de proceso Legal Debido de Educación Especial de IDEA)
CADRE

This parent guide publication is part of a series about IDEA dispute resolution options and explains what the due process complaint/hearing process.
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IDEA Special Education Mediation

IDEA Special Education Mediation (Mediación de Educación Especial de IDEA)
CADRE

This parent guide publication is part of a series about IDEA dispute resolution options and explains about the mediation process.
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IDEA Special Education Resolution Meetings

IDEA Special Education Resolution Meetings (Reuniones de Resolución de Educación Especial de IDEA)
CADRE

This parent guide publication is part of a series about IDEA dispute resolution options and explains about the resolution meeting process.
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IDEA Special Education Written State Complaints

IDEA Special Education Written State Complaints (Quejas por Escrito sobre Educación Especial de IDEA ante el Estado)
CADRE

This parent guide publication is part of a series about IDEA dispute resolution options and explains about the written state complaints process.
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Individualized Education Program (IEP) Facilitation

Individualized Education Program (IEP) Facilitation (Servicio de facilitación para el Programa Individualizado de Educación (IEP))
CADRE

This publication on IEP Facilitation developed by CADRE is part of a series of parent guides on special education dispute resolution options.
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Intellectual Disability

Intellectual Disability (Discapacidades Intelectuales)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on intellectual disabilities.
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Kids Love To Learn -- Parents Can Help

Kids Love To Learn -- Parents Can Help (A los ninos les encanta aprender -- los padres pueden ayudar)
Channing Bete

Parents with basic reading skills will appreciate the practical tips and advice this easy-to-read booklet offers. Simple activities such as attending school events, helping out at their child's school, reading together, and sharing household chores are ways that parents can demonstrate their belief in the value of education.
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Learning Disabilities (LD)

Learning Disabilities (LD) (Discapacidades Específicas del Aprendizaje)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on learning disabilities.
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Living with Spina Bifida: Toddlers and Preschoolers

Living with Spina Bifida: Toddlers and Preschoolers (Vivir con espina bífida: Niños pequeños y en edad preescolar)
CDC

Parents should start helping their child develop independence early in childhood. Developing independence can be especially challenging for children with spina bifida. This article from the Division of Human Development and Disabilities at the CDC offers some helpful advice to help
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Mediation

Mediation (La Mediación)
CPIR

IDEA requires school systems to have procedures to make mediation available to parents and public agencies to resolve a dispute involving any matter arising under Part B, including matters arising prior to the filing of a due process complaint. Read more about mediation in this guide from CPIR.
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Middle School - Helping Your Child Make The Transition

Middle School - Helping Your Child Make The Transition ()
Channing Bete

This pamphlet helps parents recognize the critical role they play in their child's transition to middle school, and provides specific tips on supporting learning and growth. With text in both English and Spanish, pamphlet underscores the opportunities and challenges related to middle school, outlines common concerns, encourages parents to take an active role, and more.
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Milestone Moments

Milestone Moments (Indicadores del Desarrollo)
US Dept of Health/CDC

You can follow your child's development by watching how he or she plays, learns, speaks, and acts. Look inside this handout for milestones to watch for in your child and how you can help your child learn and grow.
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Other Health Impairment

Other Health Impairment (Otro Impedimento de la Salud)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on the 'other health impairment' category of IDEA.
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Parent to Parent Support

Parent to Parent Support (Apoyo Padre a Padre)
CPIR

Parent to Parent is a program that provides information and one-to-one emotional support to parents of children who have special needs.
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Parent-Teacher Conferences: Keeping Tabs On Your Child's Success In School

Parent-Teacher Conferences: Keeping Tabs On Your Child's Success In School (Las reuniones de padres y maestros)
Channing Bete

This guide is a great way to help parents understand the importance of parent-teacher conferences -- and to boost parent involvement! Includes information on how to prepare for a conference, the types of questions they can ask, strategies to maximize the effectiveness of the conference, and ways to maintain communication afterwards.
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Parental Rights for Public School Students Receiving Special Education Services Notice of Procedural Safeguards

Parental Rights for Public School Students Receiving Special Education Services Notice of Procedural Safeguards (Los Derechos de los Padres para los Alumnos de Escuelas Públicas que Reciben Servicios de Educación Especial)
NDDPI

Children with disabilities and their parents are guaranteed certain educational rights, known as procedural safeguards, from ages 3 through 21. This document helps parents or guardians of these children make appropriate educational decisions on their behalf.
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Positive Discipline For Children Ages 1-5

Positive Discipline For Children Ages 1-5 ()
Channing Bete

This encouraging pamphlet provides parents with a solid understanding of positive discipline, why it's needed, and how to use it. With text in both English and Spanish, pamphlet describes common causes of misbehavior and how to respond to it, ways to encourage good behavior, and advice on being a good role model.
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Questions Often Asked by Parents about Special Education Services

Questions Often Asked by Parents about Special Education Services (Preguntas Comunes de los Padres sobre la Educación Especial)
CPIR

This Q&A explains in parent-friendly language such special education "basics" as the evaluation process under IDEA, how special education can support children's learning, how eligibility and placement are decided, the writing of the IEP, and more.
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Requesting a Meeting to Review Your Child's IEP

Requesting a Meeting to Review Your Child's IEP (Cómo Solicitar una Reunión para Revisar el IEP de su Niño)
CPIR

This short publication from CPIR comes from a much longer Parent's Guide that focuses on communicating with your child's school via letter writing. There are times when you, as a parent, may want to communicate in writing with your child's school about some problem or concern with your child's education or well-being.
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Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Otras Leyes Importantes)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability.
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Speech and Language Impairments Fact Sheet

Speech and Language Impairments Fact Sheet (Trastornos del Habla y Lenguaje)
CPIR

A fact sheet from CPIR on speech and language impairments.
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Spina Bifida

Spina Bifida (La Espina Bífida)
CPIR

Spina bifida is one of the most common birth defects in the United States, affecting some 1,500 babies each year. 2 Spina bifida happens during the first month or so of pregnancy and means that the baby's spine did not close completely. This fact sheet from CPIR provides more information.
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Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child's School

Steps to Success: Communicating with Your Child's School (Pasos Hacia el Exito: Comunicacion con la escuela de su hijo)
CADRE

This brochure offers specific communication skills that may be helpful to parents as they develop and maintain partnerships with their child's school. Developed in partnership with the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY).
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StopBullying.gov

StopBullying.gov (StopBullying.gov)

StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
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Track Your Child's Developmental Milestones

Track Your Child's Developmental Milestones (Siga de Cerca los Indicadores del Desarrollo de Su Niño)
CDC

Your child's early development is a journey. Use this map of milestones to know what to look for along the way.
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Transition to Adulthood

Transition to Adulthood (Transición a la Vida Adulta)
CPIR

Life is full of transitions, and one of the more remarkable ones occurs when we get ready to leave high school and go out in the world as young adults. When the student has a disability, it's especially helpful to plan ahead for that transition. In fact, IDEA requires it.
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Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury (Lesión Cerebral Traumática)
CPIR

A CPIR disability fact sheet on Traumatic Brain Injury.
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Understanding Special Education Under ESSA, IDEA & Section 504: A Parent's Handbook

Understanding Special Education Under ESSA, IDEA & Section 504: A Parent's Handbook (Entender la educacion especial segun las leyes ESSA, IDEA y la Seccion 504)
Channing Bete

Easy-reading guide empowers parents to advocate for their children and work with school personnel to get their children the services they need to realize their full potential. Includes straightforward answers to commonly asked questions, tips for encouraging one's child in school, an education glossary, and sources of additional information. Fill-in sections, worksheets, and other interactive features make handbooks ideal for ongoing reference.
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Visual Impairment, Including Blindness

Visual Impairment, Including Blindness (Impedimentos Visuales)
CPIR

Fact sheet from CPIR on visual impairments, including blindness.
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Ways to Help Your Child with Math

Ways to Help Your Child with Math (Como ayudar a su hijo(a) con las matematicas)
Channing Bete

This booklet reassures parents that they don't have to be math wizards to help build a child's math skills. Simple everyday activities such as measuring recipe ingredients, estimating distances, and counting utensils introduce children to basic mathematical concepts.
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When the IEP Team Meets

When the IEP Team Meets (Reuniones para Desarrollar el IEP)
CPIR

This article describes how the IEP meeting is scheduled, who comes, and the special factors that team members must consider when writing an IEP.
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You Are Not Alone - For Parents When They Learn That Their Child Has a Disability

You Are Not Alone - For Parents When They Learn That Their Child Has a Disability (Ud. No Está Solo)
CPIR

If you have recently learned that your child has a developmental delay or a disability (which may or may not be completely defined), this message may be for you. It is written from the personal perspective of a parent who has shared this experience and all that goes with it.
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Your Baby at 2 Months (Checklist)

Your Baby at 2 Months (Checklist) (Su bebé a los 2 meses)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by the end of 2 months. Also includes 'Help Your Baby Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 2-month-old baby today.
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Your Baby at 4 Months (Checklist)

Your Baby at 4 Months (Checklist) (Su bebé a los 4 meses)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by the end of 4 months. Also includes 'Help Your Baby Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 4-month-old baby today.
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Your Baby at 6 Months (Checklist)

Your Baby at 6 Months (Checklist) (Su bebé a los 6 meses)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by the end of 4 months. Also includes 'Help Your Baby Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 6-month-old baby today.
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Your Baby at 9 Months (Checklist)

Your Baby at 9 Months (Checklist) (Su bebé a los 9 meses)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by the end of 4 months. Also includes 'Help Your Baby Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 9-month-old baby today.
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Your Child at 1 Year (Checklist)

Your Child at 1 Year (Checklist) (Su hijo de 1 año)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by his or her 1st birthday. Also includes 'Help Your Child Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 1-year-old child today.
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Your Child at 18 Months (1 1/2 Yrs) (Checklist)

Your Child at 18 Months (1 1/2 Yrs) (Checklist) (Su bebé a los 18 meses (1 1/2 años))
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by the end of 18 months. Also includes 'Help Your Child Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 18-month-old child today.
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Your Child at 2 Years (Checklist)

Your Child at 2 Years (Checklist) (Su hijo de 2 años)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by his or her 2nd birthday. Also includes 'Help Your Child Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 2-year-old child today.
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Your Child at 3 Years (Checklist)

Your Child at 3 Years (Checklist) (Su hijo de 3 años)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by his or her 3rd birthday. Also includes 'Help Your Child Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 3-year-old child today.
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Your Child at 4 Years (Checklist)

Your Child at 4 Years (Checklist) (Su hijo de 4 años)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by his or her 4th birthday. Also includes 'Help Your Child Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 4-year-old child today.
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Your Child at 5 Years (Checklist)

Your Child at 5 Years (Checklist) (Su hijo de 5 años)
CDC

Developmental milestones are things most children can do by a certain age. Check the milestones your child has reached by his or her 5th birthday. Also includes 'Help Your Child Learn and Grow', which includes activities to enjoy with your 5-year-old child today.
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Your Child with a Disability Can Take Part in Extracurricular Activities

Your Child with a Disability Can Take Part in Extracurricular Activities (Su Hijo con una Discapacidad Puede Participar en Actividades Extra-curriculares)
Pacer

Schools do more than teach students to read and do math. Students also eat lunch together, go on field trips, and join school sponsored clubs and sports teams. These “nonacademic” or “extracurricular” activities are important for all children, including those with disabilities. This brochure from the National Parent Technical Assistance Center tells how you can get your child included like other students.
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Your School Responsibilities -- Understanding A Parent's Role

Your School Responsibilities -- Understanding A Parent's Role ()
Channing Bete

With text in both English and Spanish, this concise title explains why parent involvement matters, encourages building a partnership with teachers and administrators, offers tips on supporting education at home, and urges prioritizing good behavior and attendance. Also emphasizes the benefits of ongoing communication and setting clear expectations.
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