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2017 Guidelines for Occupational Therapy in Connecticut Schools

In a May 10, 2017, memorandum to Connecticut Special Education Directors, it was announced that the 2017 Guidelines for Occupational Therapy in Connecticut Schools is now available. Please review this memorandum which contains the Web link leading to this guidance document. Read the document>>

U.S. Access Board Issues Guidance on the International Symbol of Accessibility

The U.S. Access Board has released guidance on the International Symbol of Accessibility (ISA) to address questions that have arisen on the use of alternative symbols. Some cities and states have adopted a different symbol that was created to be more dynamic and suggestive of movement. The Board's guidance explains how use of a symbol other than the ISA impacts compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn more>>

Testing for Students Enrolled in Out-of-State Facilities or State Non-Approved Schools

Connecticut public school districts are now responsible to test students in the Public School Information System (PSIS) who are enrolled in out-of-state facilities or are enrolled in state non-approved schools. Please see the following important previously published documents for information. Learn more>>

Parent Input Needed for IEE Task Force

In February a number of parents and organizations, including CPAC, filed a petition with the State Board of Education to amend the State’s regulations on Independent Educational Evaluations, (IEE) and on parents’ rights to observe their children in school. The Board responded by establishing a task force to study the issue and to report back in July with recommendations on how things can be improved. This means you have the chance to have your voice heard. Learn more>>

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Learning, Caring and Having Fun: One Mom's Advice for a New Parent of a Child with a Disability A huge thank you to Kristen for sharing her experiences raising a child with many disabilities and offering advice for other parents of young children.

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