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Parent Implemented Interventions for Individuals with Autism

This AFIRM EBP Brief is designed to help parents/caregivers learn the step-by-step process of planning for, using, and monitoring the EBP of Parent Implemented Intervention (PII) with their learners with Autism during home routines and activities.

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Social Narratives for Individuals with Autism

This AFIRM EBP Brief is designed to help you learn the step-by-step process of planning for, using, and monitoring the EBP of Social Narratives with learners with Autism.

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We Shake Hands at the Door: How a Focus on Relationships is Driving Improvement in Chula Vista

How a focus on relationships is driving improvement in Chula Vista

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Trainer's Guide - Leading Conversations with Families to Complete the DRDP

Over the years the Desired Results Access Project has been developing a process that home visitors can use to confidently complete the DRDP, even when they may not have had frequent opportunities to observe the child participating in a variety of routines and activities. · The purpose of this Trainer's guide supports hosting a session to share this process and some useful tools that can be used along with it.

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Family Engagement Toolkit. Continuous Improvement

The toolkit is designed to address the following questions and challenges: Family engagement activities are often isolated from other initiatives in districts; Family engagement staff in districts often work in a silo, not in collaboration with other district departments; Families of low-income students and families of students of color are often underrepresented in family engagement activities; Educators struggle with how to evaluate family engagement programs and activities, beyond tracking the number of participants attending events; While opportunities for family members to gain skills and knowledge are growing, building educators’ capacity to partner with families is not yet a focus in many districts.

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Family Engagement Framework. A Tool for California Districts

This Family Engagement Framework is intended to provide guidance to educators, districts, schools, families, and communities as they plan, implement, and evaluate strategies across multiple programs for effective family engagement to support student achievement and close the academic achievement gap.

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SEEDS of Partnership Family Empowerment Centers (FEC’s)

The Family Empowerment and Disability Council is coordinated through the Seeds of Partnership contract, funded by the California Department of Education, Special Education Division. The FECs provide training and information to families of children and young adults with disabilities, between the ages of 3 and 22.

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10 Ways to Leverage Your COVID-19 ADR and Learning Recovery Dollars Toward Equity

Infographic created by SELPA Administrators of California on the 10 ways to leverage COVID-19 ADR and learning recovery dollars.

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Grants to Build Local Level ADR Capacity- California

The California Department of Education (CDE) finds that the Alternative Dispute Resolution process is a desirable and effective practice that supports positive interactions and collaboration among parents and educators and the resolution of special education conflicts. This website includes resources developed by the Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE) with products and services that are high quality, relevant, and useful to the field of dispute resolution in special education and early intervention.

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Unfinished Learning

Unfinished Learning focuses on six specific instructional principles for supporting students with unfinished learning due to unprecedented school closures. Principles are put into context with examples in both ELA and Math specific to supporting grade transitions through prioritizing concepts and skills in terms of progressions of learning.

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