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English LEP Parent Fact Sheet
Diversity Resources – Cooperative Children’s Book Center
How to Use Simultaneous Interpretation in Zoom Proceedings
Interpreting in Schools: An Introductory Tutorial
Providing Additional Supports for Students with Mental Health Challenges in the Schools
ABLE To Save
Awareness and Prevention of School Based Bullying
Working with First Nations Students with IEPs
Mi hijo ha sido expulsado, ¿Y ahora qué?
WIDA
WI DPI Qualifications and Guidance
Understanding Latino Families, Implications for Family Education
Green Bay Bilingual ESL Special Education Team (BEST) Handbook
Let’s Talk: Holding IEP Meetings with ELL Families and Interpreters
Mejorando El Comportamiento en el Hogar: Por Laura Riffel y Ann Turnbull
Intro to Special Education (Spanish)
WI DPI Pupil Nondiscrimination
Wisconsin Txoj Cai Tsis Pub Muaj Kev Sib Cais Rau Menyuam Kawm Ntawv
Ley de No-Discriminación del Alumnado de Wisconsin
Wisconsin Promise
Serving on Groups that Make Decisions: A Guide for Families
Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System: How to Conduct Friendly and Productive IEP Meetings
ACCESS for ELLS Parent Brochure (English)
ACCESS for ELLS Parent Brochure (Hmong)
ACCESS for ELLS Parent Brochure (Spanish)
The Dear Colleague Letter
Family and Caregiver Handbooks for Students New to Wisconsin and U.S. Schools (Spanish)
A New Beginning for Ana and Her Family (Audio and Transcripts)
Opening Doors to Self-Determination Skills (En Espanol)
Special Education in Plain Language (En Espanol)
Communication Options for Families (Hmong)
Communication Options for Families (Spanish)
Introduction to Special Education (Hmong)
The Impact of Trauma and Stress on Young Children and How to Help
Educational Services for Children Placed in Foster Care
New Disability Criteria for Special Education Identification
Forgiveness and Its Role in Promoting Positive Mental Health
Inclusive Service Delivery in Early Childhood: Speech & Language, OT and PT
Inclusive Strategies to Address Behavioral Needs for Students with IEPs
Up to Me Series: Applying This Information to Your Child’s Story
Up to Me Series: How to Disclose
Up to Me – Different Types of Disclosure
Up to Me – Self-Stigma and Its Impact on You
Up to Me Series – Defining Stigma
Up to Me: Starting the Conversation – Series Overview
Wisconsin Promising Practices and Before Age 18 Resources
WI Transition App
Utilizing Visual Resumes to Increase Employment Outcomes
Transition Planning & Resources During COVID-19,
The Importance of Educating At-Risk Youth & Alternate Educational Programming
Project SEARCH
Post-Secondary Transition Plan (PTP)
Legal Options for Decision Making at Age 18
Incorporating Health Care Transition with Your Post-Secondary Transition Plan (PTP)
How DVR & Schools Work Together for Youth
Drop-Out Prevention
Career & Technical Education: What Families of Children with Disabilities Need to Know
Self-Advocacy: College Panel
Self-Advocacy: Failure IS an Option
Self-Advocacy: Branding Yourself for Employment
Self-Advocacy Series: Understanding Guardianship
Self-Advocacy Series: How DVR & Schools Work Together for Youth
Getting & Keeping Your First Job
Becoming a Better Self Advocate through the Stages of Transition
Working with Culturally Diverse Students with Mental Health Needs
WI Children & Youth w/Special Health Care Needs: Supporting Families and Providers who Support Them
Virtual Learning / Teleservice
Understanding Private and Religious School Choice in Wisconsin
Tribal Community and School Liasons: How They Are Helpful?
Supporting Neurodiverse Students
Specially Designed PE and Universal Design
Related Services in a Virtual World: Teleservice Moving Forward
Medicaid Made Easy
Family Engagement in an Equitable Multi-Level System of Support (PBIS & RtI)
Dual Exceptionality – Gifted and Disabled
Special Education and Pupil Discrimination – Legal Updates
Discrimination and Harassment Protections for Public School Students
Co-Teaching and Specially Designed Instruction
Celebrating Differences: Teaching Children About Special Needs and Disabilities
Bullying & Harassment
Bridging the Gap: Health Care Transition for Community Partners
Assistive Technology (AT) Forward
ADHD Revisted
Addressing Homelessness & Poverty in the Schools
ABLE Accounts and Financial Advising for Families with Special Needs Children
Introduction to Disability Rights Wisconsin’s Victim Advocacy Program (VAP)
Why Adapted Physical Education is Important for Children with Disabilities
Fit Families Program: Physical Activity Program for Children with Autism and Their Families
Navigating the Juvenile Justice System when you have Mental Health Challenges
What are Executive Function Skills & How can they be Addressed in Students IEP
Using Medical Information & Reports Within the IEP Evaluation Process
Supporting your Preschool Child’s IEP at Home
Specific Learning Disabilities
Specially Designed (Adapted) Physical Education
Shortened School Day
Self-Directed College & Career Ready IEP Guide
Section 504: What Parents and Schools Need to Know
Results Driven Accountability (RDA)
Placement Decisions and Home-Based Instruction
Other Health Impairment (OHI) – Ways to Support Students
One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Family Engagement in the IEP Process
Navigating Special Education Resources
IEP Checklist
How to Provide Students with IEPs Accessibility to their Grade Level Reading Materials
Graduation for All: Tools to Improve the Graduation Rate for Students with Disabilities
Functional Behavioral Assessments
Comprehensive Special Education Evaluations
College and Career Ready IEPs
Alternatives to Exclusionary Practices: Ensuring a Free Appropriate Public Education for Students with IEPs
Additional Services, Compensatory Services, Extended School Year, and Monitoring Progress of IEP Goals
Helping Families Create Child Centered Goals
New Disability Criteria for Special Education Identification
Serving on Groups: The Role of Families & Skills for Serving on Groups (Sections 7&8)
Serving on Groups: Understanding & Using Data (Section 6)
Serving on Groups: Tools & Tips (Sections 4&5)
Serving on Groups: Processes Groups Use (Section 3)
Serving on Groups: Opportunities to Get Involved and Types of Groups (Sec 1&2)
The Power of Shame
Temper Tantrums
Resiliency and Self Care
Mindfulness for Students with Disabilities
How Smooth is Your Ride? The Importance of Self-Care
Forgiveness: One Way to Stop Self-Blame and Guilt
Dreaming and Re-Dreaming with Your Special Needs Child
Communicating in a Supportive Role
Supporting Literacy at Home in the Summer
Dyslexia Updates: What’s New in 2021
Dyslexia: How to Support Struggling Readers
Skills for Effective Parent Advocacy
Raising Awareness of Mental Health Needs in Schools
Finding Your Passion: How to Become a Good Advocate in Your Community
Advocating for Your Special Education Child’s Mental Health Needs in School
Special Education and COVID-19: An Update
WSEMS: Friendly and Productive IEPs
WSEMS: Dispute Resolution Options in Special Education
Practical Tips as You Prepare for Mediation
WSEMS: Facilitated IEPs
WSEMS: Mediation
How to File an IDEA Complaint
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Connecting to Our Purpose
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Wellness Strategies
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Expectations & Affirmations
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Compassionate Boundaries
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Our Locus of Control
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Self Compassion
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Compassion in Action
Compassion Resilience – Self Care Snapshot Series: Recognizing Fatigue
Compassion Resilience – Toolkits for Schools, Health Care, Community and Caregivers
Child Outcomes: What Families Need to Know & How to Take a More Active Role in the Process
Learn the Signs. Act Early! Tool Kit
Part C of IDEA: The Early Intervention Program for Infants & Toddlers with Disabilities in WI
Early Childhood Special Education Inclusive Practices & Related Services
Inclusive Supports for Children on the Autism Spectrum
Preschool Options – Birth to 3 Transition
Special Education Discipline Requirements
Revisions to Wisconsin’s Law on the Use of Seclusion & Physical Restraint in Schools
Manifestation Determination & Expulsion
Challenging Behavior Series – Understanding & Managing Challenging Behavior in Young Children
Getting Behavior in Shape at Home: by Laura Riffel and Ann Turnbull | Mejorando El Comportamiento en el Hogar: Por Laura Riffel y Ann Turnbull
Pupil Nondiscrimination | Ley de No-Discriminación del Alumnado de Wisconsin (Hmong)
Promise Grant Fliers and Resources
Growing Wisconsin Readers
My Child has Been Expelled, Now What? | Mi hijo ha sido expulsado, ¿Y ahora qué?
Disability Rights Enforcement Highlights
Serving on Groups that Make Decisions: A Guide for Families/Sirviendo en Grupos que Toman Decisiones: Una Guía para Familias
Minnesota Department of Education
Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System
Colorin COLORADO
Parent Brochure/En Espanol/Hmong
ACCESS for ELL Page Resources
ACCESS for ELLS
WIDA
Special Education Model Forms – WI DPI
Back to School IEP Prep Sheet for Parents
Equity Through Language Access: Best Practices for Collaborating with Interpreters
Frequently Asked Questions on Confidentiality (Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction)
Speech and Language Assessment Linguistically Culturally Diverse: Spanish Speaking
Interpreter Manual for Special Education Mediation
Refugee Children in U.S. Schools: A Toolkit for Teachers and School Personnel
Providing Language Assistance to Parents
OSEP Spanish Glossary
WI DPI Guidance for Conducting Parent Friendly and Productive Virtual IEP Meetings
Interpreters in Healthcare – California
Public Health Toolkit for Translating
Culturally Responsiveness for Working in Schools – Alaska
Tips for Working with Telephone Interpreters
Tools and Resources for Ensuring Meaningful Communication with Limited English Parents
Dual Language Learners with Disabilities: Supporting Young Children in the Classroom
Family and Caregiver Handbooks for Students New to Wisconsin and U.S. Schools (English)
Special Education Acronyms
A New Beginning for Ana and Her Family
Opening Doors to Self-Determination Skills (English)
Special Education in Plain Language (English)
Communication Options for Families (English)
Introduction to Special Education (English)
Procedural Safeguards (Available in Spanish/English/Hmong)
Back to School IEP Prep Sheet for Parents
Equity Through Language Access: Best Practices for Collaborating with Interpreters
Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (WBPDD)
The Arc Wisconsin
The Arc National
Disability Rights WI
Autcom (Autism National Committee)
Programs for Adults with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities – DHS
Milwaukee County Office for Persons with Disabilities: Recreation for People with Disabilities
Independence First
Developmental Disabilities Programs Information (Wisconsin)
Wisconsin Families Ties
Serving on Groups that Make Decisions
Family Voices of WI
Easter Seals Wisconsin
Alianza Latina Aplicando Soluciones
Bookshare | An Accessible Online Library for people with print disabilities
National Center Accessible Educational Materials
Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative
AEM Explorer
Wisconsin DPI – Early Childhood Special Education
Well Badger Resource Center
Developmental Milestones
Birth to 3 Wisconsin
United Through Reading
Toolkit Basics: Where to Begin When a Student Needs More Help
Support for Military Personnel & Families • Military OneSource
Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP)
Military Families Resources for Young Children | Sesame Street 
EFMP | Education Directory for Children with Special Needs 
DoD Tutoring Program – Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families
Child and Youth Behavioral Counseling – Military Parent Technical Assistance Center
Wisconsin DPI’s Update on Covid-19
U.S. Department of Education Covid-19 Resources for Schools, Students and Families
Conducting Parent Friendly and Productive Virtual IEP Meetings
Back to School Virtual IEP Meeting Prep Sheet
Mental Health America (Wisconsin)
The Office of Children’s Mental Health (OCMH)
Partner Project – WISE Initiative for Stigma Elimination
National Alliance on Mental Health Illness
Wisconsin Transition App
When Your Child Turns 18
Student Rubric for IEP Participation 
Building Self Advocacy 
Think College (National) 
Self-Supported Decision-Making Toolkit BPDD 
Transition Assessment Tools
The Arc’s Self-Determination Scale
Transition Goals in the IEP 
National Parent Center on Transition and Employment 
PEATC Life Skills Checklist
SDM and Guardianship Alternatives
Wisconsin Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Transition Goals in the IEP
Think College Learn
Self Determination/Guardianship
Guardianship Support Center
Accommodations on the ACT
Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities
United Cerebral Palsy
Tourette Syndrome Association (TSA)
Spina Bifida Association of America (SBAA)
Prader-Willi Syndrome Association
National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS)
National Library for the Blind
National Down Syndrome Society
National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD)
National Association of Blind Students
Learning Disabilities Association of America
Hydrocephalus Association
Hear Wisconsin
Family Connect
Epilepsy Foundation of America
Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin (DSAW)
Developmental Delay Resources
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD)
Cerebral Palsy Group
Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin
Autism Society of Wisconsin (ASW)
Autism Society of America
American Foundation for the Blind
ADDitude
Wisconsin School Choice for Students with Disabilities
Equitable Services Requirement: Special Education for Parentally Placed Private School Students
Know Your Rights: Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools
Steps to Success – Communicating with Your Child’s School
Filing a Complaint with the State Education Agency
Resolving Disputes Between Parents and Schools
Dispute Resolution Options in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System
The Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education
Center for Parent Information and Training Bullying Resources
DOE: Bullying Fact Sheet: What are Schools Required to Do?
StopBullying.gov
National Bullying Prevention Center
504 Plan Templates, Accommodations, and Resources
A Parent’s Guide to Section 504 in Public Schools
IEP vs. 504 Plan: What’s the Difference?
FAQ with the Office of Civil Rights
Guiding Questions to Navigate Your Journey to Inclusion
Special Education Eligibility Worksheets & Guides
Overview of Special Education: Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Determining Whether a Child is Eligible for Special Education Services
Wisconsin School Choice for Students with Disabilities
Wisconsin DPI Special Education Bulletins
College and Career IEPs