Federally-funded non-profit serving Missouri families since 1988. Our Regional Transition Networks (RTN) and youth focused events support ages 14-26 in preparing for adult life Empowering Families and Enhancing Opportunities Staff and volunteer mentors serve families of children with disabilities ages birth to 26 Enhancing Opportunities through free trainings, resources, individualized support, and collaborative partnerships Empowering families to advocate for themselves so that children with special education needs can reach their full potential in education and life
Sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to prevent it in the first place. Through this training you will learn strategies to prevent problems from arising in the first place through documentation and letter writing. Also covered are the resolution processes included in the Individuals Read More »
What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? How do you qualify? Who can diagnose it, prescribe medications, and offer counseling? Does a child with ADHD automatically qualify for an IEP? This training will answer these questions and many more. It will also provide strategies for parents to teach Read More »
Summit aimed at empowering youth with disabilities to own their future and plan for life after high school. About this event The summit is designed for those age 14-26 who have disabilities as well as family members, educators and service providers who offer support and provide services Read More »
This workshop is designed to help parents of young children make a smooth transition from IFSP (Part C of IDEA) services to IEP (Part B of IDEA) services. Learn when the transition process should begin, what the difference in services will be, as well as the difference Read More »
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