Parent ResourcesTo obtain a copy of the Parental Rights in Special Education handbook, please click the link below.______________________________________________________________________________________Centers for Disease Control - First Signs CampaignFor facts about early detection of Autism and to take the Milestones Quiz, please follow the link below:ACT EARLY !!______________________________________________________________________________________Therapeutic Recreation DepartmentThe Therapeutic Recreation Department of Somerset County offers a number of recreation programs to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Please visit their web site at www.somersetcountyparks.org their brochure and registration form._______________________________________________________________________________________Bancroft NeuroHealth WorkshopsBancroft is pleased to offer a free workshop series on topics related to developmental disabilities. They include managing behaviors at home, special education law, toy selection, pharmacology and autism. Listed below are some of the workshops. Please visit their website: www.bancroftneurohealth.org or to register call: Pat Reid at (856) 429-5637 x371 or 257or e-mail Pat at email@example.com._________________________________________________________________________________________Schwab Learning Offers You Free ResourcesVisit www.SchwabFoundation.org to find trusted information from experts, free downloadable publications, and helpful resources.__________________________________________________________________________________________LDonline.orgPlease visit www.LDonline.org for the ABC's of learning disabilities. This Web site on learning disabilities is for parents, teachers, and other professionals.___________________________________________________________________________________________NJ Post-Secondary Disability Support DirectoryThe staff of the Adaptive Technology Center has compiled current disability support information from every college and university in New Jersey. The following directory includes contact information for each college, their disability support staff and admission's office. If any information has since changed, please contact us directly. We hope you find this directory to be a valuable resource.___________________________________________________________________________________________The College Planning GuideChoosing a college is never easy. If you are a college-bound student with a learning disability, finding the school that’s the best match for you is especially important. Currently, more than two-thirds of young adults designated as learning disabled attend colleges and universities across the country. Careful planning that starts early in high school will increase your chances of being admitted to institutions which best suit your personal needs. The attached resource is designed as a guide for college-bound student with a learning disability.__________________________________________________________________________________________Neuhaus Education CenterFounded in 1980, the Center provides a proven, multi-sensory approach to teaching the basic language skills of reading, writing, and spelling to all students, including those with language-learning differences, especially dyslexia.This is a link to a resource guide featuring books, videos and websites identified by the Neuhaus Education Center as resources for parents.___________________________________________________________________________________________The Service DirectoryThis is a resource for parents that provides information, books, videos and parent guides.____________________________________________________________________________________________DISTRICT SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICE - 609-466-7600Kristen Taylor,Director of Special Servicesext. 7231Support Staff (District)Patricia Leicht, Secretary, ext. 7232Gloria Rivera, Secretary, ext. 7231For Special Education contact numbers in the schools,please click on the school name shown above in left margin.
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