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- Families seeking inclusive childcare options for young children with disabilities
- Families of newborns/infants identified as Deaf/Hard of Hearing
- Peer mentoring and support at IEP meetings
- Doula support before, during, and after pregnancy (Essex County only)
- Professionals providing childcare for children with disabilities
- Parents navigating the education system
- Engaging families to improve student outcomes
- Parent leadership development
- Families of children at risk of being born with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and lead poisoning
- Professionals supporting children with disabilities
- Customized training, coaching, and consultation
- Navigating the Early Intervention system
- Miilitary-connected families of children with disabilities
- Children and youth with special health care needs served by the child welfare and juvenile justice systems
- Individualized assistance for families on their rights and ensuring that children with special needs receive early intervention, education, and transition services
- Children involved in the Child Welfare system
INFORMATION & RESOURCES
- Related to special education
- Accessing quality health care/mental health care
- Youth/young adults transitioning to adulthood
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SPAN Fact Sheets
- Extended School Year
- Inclusive Education
- Inclusion and Preschool
- Related Services
- The Rights of Children with Disabilities Enrolled by their Parents in Private Schools
- The Rights of Parents of Children with Disabilities Involved in NJ’s Child Welfare System
- Transition to Adulthood
- What Happens When We Disagree? Making Special Education Decisions in the Case of Divorce
- What to Do While You are Waiting for the Results of your Child’s Evaluation
- The Rights of Immigrant and Limited English Proficient Parents and Students in the Education Process
- Los derechos de los estudiantes y padres inmigrantes y con dominio limitado del inglés en el proceso educativo (The Rights of Immigrant and Limited English Proficient Parents and Students in the Education Process – Spanish)
- 이민 가정과 영어 사용에 제한이 있는 부모님과 학생이 교육 과정에서 가지는 권리 (The Rights of Immigrant and Limited English Proficient Parents and Students in the Education Process – Korean)
- Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) In Schools
- La Seccion 504 y la ley de americanos con discapacidades (ADA) en las escuelas (Section 504 – Spanish)