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Virtual 2021 Inclusion Conference Resilience and Hope (now and into the future) Friday, November 5, 2021Our PEAC Inclusion Conferences are for parents, administrators, educators, service providers, families, students who have disabilities, and their peers....
RECENT WEBINAR EVENT COPING WITH COVID A WEBINAR FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH IEP & 504 PLANSJun 23, 2020Attorneys Caryl Oberman, Lily Yazno-Bartle and Leona Goldshaw and Advocate Maureen Stankiewicz discuss school districts’ response to the COVID crisis, parents’...
Virtual IEP ConferenceMay 15, 2021Work with experts for FREE on your child’s IEP. Schedule a 45-minute session with two expert consultants to improve your child’s IEP.What to ExpectAbsolutely FREE! and open to families from all districts. Work with experts on your...
…parents who attended left feeling so much more secure about their options and the tools that are at their disposal when helping their children work towards their most independent life possible….
I am hopeful that in the future we will be able to join with the parents of students with special education needs from other ASPIRA schools so that all of our families are able to learn and grow together. That is one of the ways we can help ensure the students get the most out of everyday.
Please accept my most heartfelt thanks and appreciation for coming to speak to the Temple school psychology students!
Once again, you have “made” the class! I simple cannot emphasize enough how critical you and the PEAC organization are in explaining not only parent perspective, but how to incorporate parent expertise into educational decision-making. You demonstrate the concept of equally valued expertise (not equal expertise) in a collaborative rather than adversarial relationship.
PEAC’s work has made a significant difference in so many lives. I signed up for PEAC because I wanted to pass what I learned forward. I have learned so much from being a client of PEAC to being a parent consultant. There were countless learning opportunities that I had through PEAC. I participated in IEP Clinics, I have been a speaker for colleges, and I have done workshops and outreach opportunities. PEAC has helped me do more than pass on what I have learned. I love to say that I am still learning vastly more with every new opportunity that is being offered. I learned how to advocate better for my son, myself, and my new friends within the special needs community.