Learn more about special education evaluations from PBS Parents, including what to expect, your rights in the process, and what to do with the information you learn.
Parents: Special Education
Learn more about inclusive education for children with special needs from PBS Parents.
This brochure from Child Care Aware provides parents with important factors to consider when choosing quality child care for a child with special needs. A sample checklist is included.
The goal of The F2FHIEC website is to improve access to quality care and supports for children with special needs in their communities by empowering families. The F2FHIEC website is designed as a virtual center you can visit for information, education and/or parent-to-parent support.
The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) is a component of the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), which is one of the principal components of the U.S. Department of Education (ED). OSEP's mission and organization focus on the free, appropriate public education of children and youth with disabilities from birth through age 21. OSEP is a major funder of Reading Rockets.
NICHCY provides information to the nation on: disabilities in children and youth; programs and services for infants, children, and youth with disabilities; IDEA, the nation's special education law; No Child Left Behind, the nation's general education law; and research-based information on effective practices for children with disabilities.
LD OnLine is the leading web resource on learning disabilities and ADHD for parents, teachers, and other professionals. The award-winning service offers the latest information on issues such as ADHD, special education, assessment, adult issues, and much more. Special features include Q&A's with leading practitioners, such as Richard Lavoie and Larry Silver, the Learning Store, active bulletin boards, and a kid's area.