WarmLine is a Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs to educate parents of children from birth to age 26 who have special needs. WarmLine serves 26 counties in California from Tuolumne County to the Oregon border. (map)
WARMLINE SPECIAL EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS & HANDOUTS
Turning Three Year Old for parents of children turning 3 as they "graduate" from early intervention. (English) (Spanish)
Understanding Special Education is a comprehensive guide to how special education services work. (English) (Spanish)
Goal Worksheet and Parent Report Templates helps parents parents prepare for an IEP meeting.
Concerns & Strategies Worksheet (English) (Spanish)
Meeting Notes & Seating Chart helps parents parents prepare for an IEP meeting.
Moving On: Transition to Adult Services is a guide for parents whose children are transitioning out of Special Education.
Request for Assessment (Initial) is to have your children assessed to see whether they qualify for special education services.
Request for Additional Assessments is to request additional assessments when your child already an IEP.
Targeted Questions for Parents to Ask helps parents parents prepare for an IEP meeting.
The contents of these publications were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education. #H328M150011. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the federal government.
COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Community Advisory Committees (CAC) advise local school districts and provide educational opportunities to parents. For more information about your CAC, contact your school district's Special Education Department directly.