Autism Speaks put together a helpful guide to help families understand the Individualized Education Program process as their loved ones head back to school.
The Georgia Division for Special Education Services and Supports includes programs and services that support local school districts in their efforts to provide special education and related services to students with disabilities. Targeted areas for services and supports include accessible instructional materials, assistive technology, curriculum access and alignment, dropout prevention, family engagement, least restrictive environment, positive behavior supports and transition.
The Georgia Department of Public Health Transition Guide ensures successful transition from pediatric to adult health care for Georgia’s youth with special health care needs.
This guide is a resource for parents. Its purpose is to give each family the information and tools needed to successfully navigate the education system anywhere in the country.
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