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Partnering for Strength Conference 2017

February 28, 2017  NH Family Voices, the Parent Information Center and the YEAH Council  invite you to the Partnering for Strength Conference 2017 on March 11, 2017 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH.  Partnering for Strength is really two conferences under one roof with a common focus. Kathy O’Connell of Radiant Abilities is the keynote speaker for […]

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New Hampshire’s 10th Annual Transition Summit

Aug 26, 2016 Save the Date! The New Hampshire Transition Community of Practice announces its 10th Annual Transition Summit will take place on November 16, 2016 at the Grappone Center in Concord, NH. The Summit is the only statewide conference for training, collaboration, networking, and information focused on postsecondary outcomes for students with disabilities. Summit presentations will be on […]

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Lots of New Stuff on the Website!

A quick update on additions and improvements on this website in the past few months: New page to house all the Ed O’Leary transition IEP videos in one place More exemplar IEPs in the Transition IEP Requirements Tool New assistive technology reference page New postsecondary options and college disability services sections Updated the ELO page to connect to the new BeyondClassroom ELO website. BeyondClassroom now includes examples and a For Students […]

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Partnering for Strength 2016 Conference

February 22, 2016  The Parent Information Center, NH Family Voices and the YEAH Council are excited to bring you the Partnering for Strength 2016 Conference at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH on April 1 and 2, 2016. The Partnering for Strength Conference is a yearly event sponsored by the Parent Information Center, NH Family Voices […]

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Register for the Transition Summit

  The NH State Transition Community of Practice has opened registration for the NH Transition Community of Practice Summit IX – Tips, Tools, and Strategies for Successful Transition Planning. The Summit takes place November 18, 2015 from 8:30am – 3:00pm at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH. Register online and also review the Summit agenda, spotlight session descriptions, and other […]

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Online Transition SpEd Certificate at GW

George Washington University invites candidates to apply for the Fall ’15 cohort for their 12-credit online Transition Special Education Certificate Program.  Students who have enrolled in this program will be given priority when being considered for admission to the Master’s program and all credits earned will be easily transferred. Through active student participation, this program will: Develop […]

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Building Community Capacity for Engaging Families

The New Hampshire Parent Information Center (PIC) has developed a two-hour workshop, Promoting Family School Partnerships, to introduce the US Department of Education’s new family engagement framework, Partners in Education: A Dual Capacity-Building Framework for Family–School Partnerships. Released in 2014 through a collaboration between the US Department of Education and SEDL, the framework describes a process to guide school and district staff […]

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New Online Training on Secondary Transition

A new free online training, “Secondary Transition: Helping Students with Disabilities Plan for Post-High School Settings,” is available from the Iris Center at Vanderbilt University. Its focus is the transition process from high school to postsecondary settings. It covers IEP planning, engaging students in the process to become better advocates for their own needs, the importance of outside […]

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Try a Learning Differences MOOC for FREE

Been curious about MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)? There is a free one coming right up that may interest you: an online course for educators and coaches on Learning Differences. The Learning Differences Massive Open Online Course for Educators (MOOC-Ed) will begin October 6. It’s intent is to help you understand yourself as a learner and develop strategies that […]

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