The Youth Services
Program
 

 
 

The Youth Services Program at WCICIL provides parents of children with disabilities with services to insure that they receive the most appropriate and least restrictive education possible. Armed with knowledge of the rights of children with disabilities, Youth Services can provide:

* Advocacy at school conferences to help assist parents and students to better understand their options and educational rights.

* Trainings to assist parents in becoming advocates for their children.

* Transitional services to assist students with a disability to generalize their skills into daily living after leaving school or entertaining post-secondary training.

For more information,
please contact
Dustin Gorder
at (217)
223-0400
Dustin Gorder - Youth Services

 

or email dustin@wcicil.org.

- ALL EMAILS will be kept private
and given confidential protection
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We will also have a presentation about
Response to Intervention:
Helping All Kids Succeed

 

 

 Inclusion is Belonging



 

There are also many resources on the web, such as:

The IEP

Individualized Education Program (IEP) An Overview

How to Solve Problems and Protect Parent-School Relationships

Roadmap to the IEP

IEP Goal Bank

 

 
Illinois State Board of Education
Wrightslaw
IDEA 2004
NICHCY
KIDS TOGETHER
EQUIP FOR EQUALITY
TECH CONNECT LOW INTEREST LOAN PROGRAM  
DISABILITY RESOURCES
FAMILY MATTERS TRAININGS
YELLOW PAGES FOR KIDS
Illinois Special Education Rules (Administrative Code - part 226)
 

specialneedsadvocate.com

Autism Services Resource Directory

For additional information and related resources,
click here for wrightslaw.com

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