Projects & Programs
CPAC is involved in a variety of projects and programs that are designed to improve educational outcomes for children with disabilities in Connecticut.
- RESC/SERC Transition Resource Counselor Initiative
“Student and Adult Services – Partners for Future Employment”
- Collaboration Between Families & Schools
CPAC is working with four school districts in the state to “Enhance Collaborative Relationships between Families and Schools.” A variety of resources, including websites, articles and books are referenced on the subject to support this effort.
- Parent Training & Information
Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center is a Parent Training and Information Center (PTI). Parent Centers provide a variety of services including one-on-one support and assistance, workshops, publications, and websites.
- Next STEPs
Next STEPs is CPAC’s comprehensive training program for parents of children with disabilities and education professionals.
- Family Connections
Family Connections connects parents of infants and toddlers involved in CT’s Birth to Three system to other parents through mentoring and support.
- Training for Parents & Professionals
CPAC conducts a variety of workshops and in-service presentations for parents and professionals on topics related to special education and disability related issues. View a full list of these trainings.