Turning Age 3: For Children Going from Early Intervention to Special Education

Special needs parents advisory group will hold a lecture tomorrow night to help parents who have a child about to turn age 3 and enter the Framingham Public Schools and its special needs department.

Turning Age Three: For Children Going from Early Intervention to Special Education, a free lecture hosted by the  (FSEPAC) will be held tomorrow, April 28 from 6:30 to 8:30  p.m. at at the Juniper Hill School Conference Room, 29 Upper Joclyn Ave. Please drive to the back of the building and enter through door #6.

The free lecture will be presented by Cheryl Caira (trained advocate), Susan Arndt, co-chairs of F-SEPAC and as well as the other F-SEPAC board members,  Marcy Rosch, Marjorie Hansen and Rachel Richer.

Parents and families will learn what they need to help with the transition to special education, eligibility for special education, and learn about the their role in planning, decision making, and overseeing their child's transition and progress in school. 

Attendees also will hear the parent's perspective as well and get a chance to ask questions to those who have recently gone through it. 

We will be able to answer questions from our experiences with physical disabilities to autism related questions to social and emotional supports. 

Come bring your questions.  F-SEPAC is here to help!!

Babysitting is available but you must RSVP for a slot to earlychildhood@F-SEPAC.org. YOu will get a confirmation if there is room available by email.


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