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.
For more information on CAC, please contact Lisa Kistler, Director of Special Education, Beaumont USD
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
To register please click on the link below.
CAC Parent Workshop Flyers
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
CAPTAIN - California Autism Professional Training and Information NetworkResources for Students with Autism
Department of Developmental Services
Inland Regional Center
National Down Syndrome Society
National Federation of The Blind
Social Story to Read with Children Regarding COVID-19
Adult Transition Program Resources