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“From Emotions to Advocacy” by Peter W.D. Wright, Esq. and Pamela Darr Wright

A life-changing book for parents raising children with disabilities.

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Wrightslaw

A favorite website for information and guidance on any educational issue or question.

Deana recommends that parents keep these resources at their fingertips so they can get to the information they need quickly!

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Forward Motion

Free guides on how to get a job, when and if to disclose to your disability to an employer, and information for employers.

Deana recommends that parents keep these resources at their fingertips so they can get to the information they need quickly!

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National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability (NCWD)

This website and their newsletter offer information about employment and youth with disabilities.

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Reading Materials

Restraint and Seclusion

The Georgia State Board of Education adopted a rule in June 2010 which prohibits the use of seclusion and limits the use of restraint to situations where students are a danger to themselves or others. Parent to Parent of Georgia has also developed the following fact sheet which is available as a PDF file for download.

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Participant Direction

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Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services Program

Parent to Parent of Georgia and Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services have developed fact sheets on a variety of health-related topics including Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services Program.

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Healthcare Financing

Parent to Parent of Georgia and Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services have developed fact sheets on a variety of health-related topics including Healthcare Financing.

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Education Fact Sheets

Making Sure your Preschooler Starts on a Path Towards High School Graduation

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Making Sure your Elementary School Child Starts on a Path Towards High School Graduation

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Keeping Your Middle School Student on a Path to Graduation

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Keeping Your High School Student on a Path to Graduation

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DBHDD Fact Sheets

Participant Direction

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Health Fact Sheets

Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services Program

Parent to Parent of Georgia and Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services have developed fact sheets on a variety of health-related topics including Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services Program.

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Healthcare Financing

Parent to Parent of Georgia and Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services have developed fact sheets on a variety of health-related topics including Healthcare Financing.

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Health Transition

Parent to Parent of Georgia and Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services have developed fact sheets on a variety of health-related topics including Health Transition.

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Medical Home

Parent to Parent of Georgia and Georgia’s Children’s Medical Services have developed fact sheets on a variety of health-related topics including Medical Home.

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Facts and Figures

Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) School Report Cards

School Report Cards include data regarding demographics, state and national test results, accountability, financial, and more.

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Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Data

No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Data (student test participation, schools meeting and not meeting AYP, student academic performance on CRCT and High School Graduation test, and more)

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Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) Special Education Data

Special Education Data (numbers of students receiving services, race/ethnicity, disability categories, where students receive services, test results, student indicators, and more)

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Georgia Department of Education ESEA Waiver

As of March 30, 2012, the U.S. Department of Education granted Georgia a waiver from some accountability requirements of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), more commonly referred to as No Child Left Behind (NCLB).

The waiver allows Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) more flexibility for how schools are evaluated and supported.

Prior to the ESEA waiver, Georgia used Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as the state’s accountability measure.

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Special Needs Database

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Roadmap to Success