It would be rare that a child like Emily would be denied access to a school and/or at least some level of programs and services. However, schools could conceivably respond in a variety of less productive ways including: • Providing for no support. • Providing a limited support. • Allowing for unsafe situations … Continue reading Negotiating the Maze- Part 6
The need to understand fundamental special education regulations is an essential component of solid advocacy. In 2007, the Ontario Ministry of Education released the resource document Shared Solutions – A Guide to Preventing and Resolving Conflicts Regarding Programs and Services for Students With Special Education … Continue reading Negotiating the Maze – Part 3
The following in is support of material for my three part webinar series. I copy of this material with active links will be up in a few days.
In the meanwhile most of the material can be can be found at
The IPRC webinar series these notes unpin is found at
Preparing for the IPRC – Process
Understanding the rules: The case of Emily
1. I am going to, hopefully, lead you to an understanding of the rules and regulations that how we advocate for support with children with education related to disorders such as autism spectrum disorder.
2. The purpose of this section will be to show you how the system can work. In a sense, you will learn about “tools” that you can use. What remains to be explored later on is exactly how you should use a given tool and, if so, when and where to use it.
See page for rest of material…
Eventbrite – Autism Ontario presents London Workshop: Helping Parents be heard by Ontario School Boards – hosted by Educational Consultant Ed Mahony – Saturday, 2 June 2018 at Autism Ontario London Chapter Office, London, ON. Find event and ticket information.
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