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Parent Resources

Parent Involvement

Parents are involved in the education of their student through the Individualized Educational Program (IEP) or Individual Family Services Plan (IFSP) process. As an IEP or IFSP team member, parents/guardians participate in forming annual academic, behavioral, developmental, and social goals for the student. Parents receive quarterly communications regarding the student’s goal progress. Individual Transition Plans (ITPs) are written with graduating students and their families to facilitate appropriate adult life post-school options.

Community Advisory Committee (CAC)

Riverside County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA)

The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is made up of parents and other individuals with a personal or professional interest in ensuring that students with disabilities have access to appropriate services.  

For more information on CAC, please contact Lisa Kistler, Director of Special Education, Beaumont USD 

Parent Workshops

Parents and families are key in supporting successful re-entry to school and RC SELPA wants to ensure that they are equipped with tools and resources to support their student's social, emotional, and academic transition back to school when districts are able to bring students back to a traditional classroom setting.

CAC Parent Workshop

“Voices of our Families: Conversations on Education”
 
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
 
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
 

To register please click on the link below.

http://rcselpa.k12oms.org/1386-199151

 
For more information, please see flyers below.
 

Health Passport

The California State Council on Developmental Disabilities has released a Health Passport for people with intellectual disabilities who cannot be accompanied by a care provider when seeking treatment for a possible COVID-19 infection. This is a document you can download, print, and complete to have available in case of such an emergency.

View the passport at https://bit.ly/35SxA2o

 

Resources for Parent and Guardians

Beaumont Unified School District Family Engagement Resources

Autism Society - COVID-19 Preparedness and ResourcesCOVID-19 Preparedness and Resources

CAPTAIN - California Autism Professional Training and Information NetworkResources for Students with Autism
 

Department of Developmental Services

Corona Virus Information and Resources


Do2Learn

Resources for Individuals with Special Needs


Inland Regional Center 

Helpful Information and Resources

 

National Down Syndrome Society

COVID-19 fact Sheet

 

National Federation of The Blind

https://www.nfb.org 


Social Story to Read with Children Regarding COVID-19

Carol Gray Social Stories- COVID-19  


Understood.org

20 Learning Activities for Kids

 

Adult Transition Program Resources

https://vitanavis.com/home 

https://www.careeronestop.org/

https://www.cacareerzone.org/

 Procedural Safeguards and Parent Safeguards

This information provides you as parents, legal guardians, and surrogate parents of children with disabilities from 3 years of age through age 21 with an overview of your educational rights, sometimes called procedural safeguards. This notice is also provided for students who are entitled to these rights at age 18. [20 USC 1415; EC 56041.5 and 56301] A copy of these safeguards will be given to you once a year. Additional copies may be given; upon an initial referral or parent request for evaluation, upon the first occurrence of the filing of a complaint, when a decision is made to make a removal that constitutes a change of placement and at your request.
 
 
 
CAC Parent Handbook
 
Dear Parent,
This handbook was written by parents/guardians and special education administrators to help you become an effective member of the educational team and to provide a continual reference for you throughout your child’s years in school.
 
We believe … You and the educational team can create a successful program for your special child.