HCPS Parent Resource Center
The Hopewell City Schools Parent Resource Center promotes a cooperative partnership between parents, educators, and the community to help parents become active participants in the development of their child’s educational program.
I hope this message finds you and yours healthy and safe. Remember to be kind to each other and to yourselves; everyone handles stress, chaos, and uncertainty differently. Please email me if you have any questions and I pray this information is helpful during this time. Linda
PEATC (Parent Educational Advocacy and Training Center)
January 2021 Workshops and Trainings
This blog is a good resource for families with a child or children with special needs. It is their belief that other families who have traveled the path ahead of you are your best source of wisdom and support. Check out their site for resources, support and guidance.
Family Anxiety Challenge - Changing the Neural Pathways In Our Brains
ACEsConnection.com has posted this activity an activity you can complete alone or with your children to build new patterns of thinking, which will change your emotions and behavior.
How to Create a Safe, Sensory-Friendly Backyard Landscape for Your Child With Special Needs
Botanist Danielle Bradley has written a comprehensive article. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom - you'll find some of the more useful info there.
Brook's publishing wants you to know - You’re rising to the occasion and they’re here to help.
They’ve compiled some helpful free resources to support you through these uncertain times. From blog posts to webinars, these expert resources will help you connect with students, teach remotely, address social-emotional needs, and continue your own learning while you stay safe at home. This is a GREAT resource.
We hope you'll find the information and resources provided useful for your child, regardless of the disability label, on their journey from high school to adult life.
The Parent Education Advocacy Training Center (PEATC)
For more details or direct assistance to a family needing special education information, please call us at 1-800-869-6782 or visit http://www.peatc.org
Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) Meeting
VCU ACE-IT in College Program
Inclusive College Experience for students with Intellectual Disabilities
For more information visit: https://aceitincollege.org