||Title: Services in School for Children with Special Needs: What Parents Need to Know (Los Servicios que Proveen las Escuelas Para Los Niños con Necesidades Especiales: Lo que los Padres Deben Saber)
Language: Spanish, English
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Publisher: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (March 2011 (Spanish version 2002))
Copyright: Copyright ? 2003 by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Facts sheets may be reproduced for personal or educational use without written permission, but cannot be included in material presented for sale.
Review Level: Informal review
Primary Content Area: Early Childhood
Content Type: General Information
Audience: General Public & Consumers; Parents
Resource Type: Not an extension nor a land-grant developed resource
- Early Childhood: Schools and Community: Diversity and Tolerance
- Early Childhood: Children With Special Needs: Laws and Public Policy
Keywords: school supports, parenting, developmental delays, IDEA, ADA, section 504, children with disabilities, special needs, intervention services, Spanish
Description: This fact sheet briefly explains some of the laws relevant to children with special needs in school, the evaluation process, and what parents can do to help their child. This publication is also available in Spanish as "Los Servicios que Proveen las Escuelas Para Los Niños con Necesidades Especiales: Lo que los Padres Deben Saber" at http://aacap.org/cs/root/facts_for_families/informacion_para_la_familia/los_servicios_que_proveen_las_escuelas_para_los_ninos_con_necesidades_especiales_lo_que_los_padres_deben_saber_no83.
Ordering Info: To order a complete set of loose-leaf black and white Facts for Families, for $25.00 or to order a spiral bound edition of the series for $35.00, contact AACAP?s Nelson Tejada: 202/966-7300 ext. 131, or 1.800.333.7636 ext. 131.
Media Type: HTML
Resource Listed: August 29, 2003
Resource Last Updated: August 8, 2011