If you are the parent of a student who has an IEP, 504 plan, or is simply struggling, this is a great way to network with other parents about special education. Learn something, share something, laugh, and swap experiences, strength, and hope! This is a good way to expand upon what is working or get feedback from friends about the challenges or obstacles that you might be facing!
If you haven’t come before – there are always new faces – feel free to join the conversation!
Breakfast Meetings are typically the third Friday of the month, unless there's no school that day.
Registration is encouraged, but not required. If your plans change at the last minute and you find you have time to attend, don't worry about not having registered. We can make room for you, so just meet us there!
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This FREE workshop will explore how to achieve a successful partnership in special education through collaboration. Topics will include the dynamics of negotiation, becoming an empowered partner, using effective communication, finding real solutions, motivating a team, employing good meeting strategies, accessing resources and supports, and more.
Childcare registration must be completed by Friday, January 26, 2018. Registration is two part: (1) payment of $5 registration fee (which you will do when you register for the event) and (2) completion of All in Need's Child Enrollment form: https://allinneed.org/sign-up/family-forms/
Due to staffing, we can only provide a spot for one child who needs 1:1 care for this event.
In order to secure a spot for a childcare, one AiN Child Enrollment form (per family) is required by Friday, January 26, 2018.
SEED will be unable to hold the space for families who do not have a Child Enrollment form on file with All in Need prior to the registration deadline. (If you submitted a Child Enrollment form previously, you do not need to submit another form).
If you miss the Friday, January 26, 2018, registration deadline, please contact email@example.com to be placed on a waitlist and we will let you know if space becomes available.
SEED (Special Education Enrichment Development Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization run by parent and community volunteers to benefit diverse learners in Lafayette, California.