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       Leanne Kidwell, Educator          

              Leanne.Kidwell@lcps.org           


      Welcome! Parent Resource Services (PRS) is committed to positive relationships among parents, schools and communities to support the development of the whole child. PRS assists families with questions and planning as well as provides resources and training.      

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      The Virginia Family's Guide to Special Education is now available on the VDOE website.
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      This publication is a revision of the former A Parent’s Guide to Special Education that was originally published in 2010. This new state guide was developed by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) to help those involved in special education, whether as families, teachers or school administrators, advocates, or students. Meeting the needs of children with disabilities requires an understanding of rights and responsibilities, which include the child’s rights, and the school’s responsibilities to meet their needs. This guide includes a description of the special education process and what is required during each step of that process. Important timelines are highlighted throughout.

      The Virginia Family’s Guide to Special Education is currently available in English. In the coming months, translations in Spanish, Arabic, Amharic, Urdu, and Vietnamese will also be posted. A limited number of printed guides in both English and Spanish are also forthcoming.

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    • A Trauma-Informed Wellness Workshop for Parents of Children Diagnosed with Developmental Disabilities

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