Your Child’s Rights in the Classroom: Making the most of support services and resources

NJCTS invites families to attend a workshop which will provide training on education advocacy strategies and a review of IEP/504 plans.

In this workshop, you will receive valuable training on a variety of school support options for your child including 504, IEP, I&RS, and decision making and advocacy strategies. You’ll also have the opportunity to hear from two college students with Tourette Syndrome who share their experiences with and without formal school support. During the Advocate/Attorney Panel, leading special education attorneys and advocates will discuss effective strategies to utilize when working with a school district.

As a special offer, you will have the opportunity to consult with an advocate/attorney in a one-on-one 504/IEP review session. Seats for this session of the program are very limited and available on a first-come first-serve basis. In order to secure your 30-minute 504/IEP review session, you must click “Yes” on the registration form.

We expect to accommodate families from New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

When: Sunday, October 23, 2016
Doors open at 12:30pm and the program will take place from 1pm to 5pm.

Where: Virtua Hospital, Holman Conference Center, 100 Bowman Drive, Voorhees, NJ
Free parking is available in lots A or B.

Registration: To guarantee your 504/IEP review slot, please click here to register. You must register by October 7th.

Cost: $10 per family. This seminar is for adults only.

Registration is closed.