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Parent Resources

North Coastal Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE)
 
The NCCSE website contains information and resources for parents and family members of children who receive or who may be eligible for special education services within the fourteen school districts that are members of the North Coastal Consortium for Special Education (NCCSE). The information is designed to assist you in understanding and accessing special education services, and to resolve any concerns or questions you may have about those services. Click on the link below to access more information on parent resources.
 
Community Advisory Council (CAC)
 
The Community Advisory Council (CAC) is a committee made up of parents, educators and community members who are involved in special education. The California Education Code requires that each SELPA have a Community Advisory Committee. The CAC meetings take place once a month and consist of a business meeting followed by an educational presentation. Anyone interested is invited to attend. In addition, CAC provides related workshops, activities and resources at no cost. They are designed to help families understand and participate in their child's educational decision making, to access services and resources, and to connect families with each other. 
 
 You are invited!
  • CAC Meetings
  • Workshops
  • The ABCs of IEPs - a two part, in depth workshop for parents
  • The Community Resource and Recreation Fair
  • The Transition Fair
  • Resolutions for Student Success (RSS) 
 
 
  For more information, contact the CAC parent liaison Lisa Houghtelin at 760-761-5120, via fax at (760) 471-2008, or via email at lhough@sdcoe.net.
 Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) 
 
The EFMP assists Active Duty Service Members in managing the dual demands of a military career and having a family member with special needs, whether medical, emotional or educational. For more information call the office at (760) 725-5363 or visit the webiste. 
 
 
 
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