Ages 5 to 11

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Your Regional Education Service Center

The Special Education Process:

Community Services:

Accommodations vs. Modifications

ADD/ADHD

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Assessment Resources

Assistive Technology

Autism

Behavior

Blindness or Vision Impairments

Bullying

Charter Schools

Curriculum

Daycare Options

Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH) Services

Deafblindness

Diagnosis vs. Disability Label – Defining Eligibility

Discipline

Dispute Resolution Process - Overview

Dyslexia (ESC 10)

Evaluation - Overview

Extended School Year Services

Functional Behavior Assessments

The Future Is Coming – An Overview

TEA Guide To The ARD Process

Health Services – Coordinated School Health Model

Highly Qualified Teachers

Home School information

Inclusion

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) – Overview

It’s A New Idea – The Arc of Texas & Disability Rights Texas 

Least Restrictive Environment  (LRE)

Math

Medicaid Services – Parental Consent

Mental/Behavioral Health Issues in Education

Moving – Within Texas; To Texas

No Child Left Behind

Parent Companion: First Five Years – Information, inspiration and resources for Texas parents of children with disabilities, birth to 5 years of age

Parent Survey – ESC 9 Parent Coordination Network Leadership

People FIRST Language

Positive Behavior Supports

Private Schools

Procedural Safeguards

Reading

Related Service Guidance Document

Research Based Instruction

Response To Intervention

Restraint, Seclusion & Timeout

Revocation of Consent

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 

Sensory Integration

Social And Relationship Skills

Specific Learning Disabilities

Statewide Assessments

Supplementary Aids & Services

Supplemental Educational Services (Tutoring)

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

Therapy Services in Schools

Training Resources

Traumatic Brain Injury

Universal Design for Learning

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