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In an effort to better help parents of children with special needs, we present the Fall 2021 issue of Special Parent! It’s full of advice and services for your children—all geared toward the specific needs of your family, including: • supporting students with disabilities in school • helping your child succeed in the classroom • tips to make IEP meetings as smooth as possible • and more! For even more great advice to help you make better decisions for your kids, from what to do with your children today, tomorrow, and next week to local news, visit nymetroparents.com. And stay up to date on all the best family fun in your area with The Scoop. Sign up for the newsletter today at nymetroparents.com/register! Jeannine Cintron, Katelin Walling, and Elizabeth Winchester Directors of Content, DM•Parents Helping Parents Make Better Decisions

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6 Supporting Students with Disabilities This Fall How to set your child on a course for success in their classroom 12 Helping Your Child Succeed in the Classroom 5 things you can do to help your child have the best school year possible 14 5 Tips for a Successful IEP Meeting One mom shares what she does in Individualized Education Program meetings to help them run smoothly. 18 Special Needs Resources Browse local businesses, including special education providers, therapies, advocates, laywers, and more.

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Supporting Students with Disabilities This Fall How to set your child on a course for success in their classroom By Jean Mizutani

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ll students have experienced some missed learning during COVID. Fortunately, schools have been given federal money to develop school Academic Recovery initiatives that will provide a comprehensive plan of additional support. This will include interventions for students with and without disabilities and is scheduled to start this fall in most school districts. This could be a valuable way to help students catch up. However, if you suspect that your child may have a disability or if your child needs accommodations to participate in school, here are some steps you can take.

REQUESTING AN EVALUATION An Individualized Education Program is a plan for students who have a disability that makes sure they receive specialized instruction or services. There are 13 classifications of educational disability set 6

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by federal law, such as autism or learning disability. Eligible children ages 3-5 would be considered a preschooler with a disability. The IEP is authorized under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act to ensure eligible students receive appropriate special education services (instruction, programs, and related services like speech or physical therapy) in a setting that maximizes access to non-disabled peers. This means that services can be provided in any setting, including general education. If your child (ages 3-21) enters school without an IEP, but you suspect that they may have a disability, you can request an evaluation from the school’s IEP team. Within 10 school days, you’ll receive a consent form. The evaluation, IEP meeting, and offer of services, if eligible, should not take more than 60 school days from the date the consent form is signed. If attending a private or charter school, you can make requests to the Committee for Preschool Special Education or Committee for Special Education in that school’s district. Evaluations must be done in a language your child understands and results must be translated into a language you understand.

PREPARING FOR AN IEP MEETING Parents know their children best and are key participants in their child’s IEP meeting. Parents should receive the IEP Meeting Notice at least 5 days before the scheduled date. The notice will include all meeting details, as well as the names and titles of everyone invited. If there is someone that you would like to invite, like an outside therapist or family member, you can. To prepare for the meeting, review recent documents, like the evaluation, and identify areas where your child may need additional support. Make a list of questions and be sure to share your concerns. Parent participation is your right during every step of the special education process, from evaluation and IEP development to the provision of services. Stay involved!

THE 504 PLAN The 504 Plan is used to provide accommodations—like extended testing time, having directions read aloud, classroom food limitations, or preferential seating in class— for students with a disability. The plan’s goal is to help these students have access to and success in their learning environment. A student may be eligible if they have a diagnosis that limits their ability to participate in one or more important life activities, such as learning, hearing, seeing, walking, concentrating, or communicating. The plan 8

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provides accommodations in the general education setting and it’s authorized by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The student disability can be temporary or permanent, and includes medical conditions such as allergies, asthma, diabetes, and visual impairment. For example, a parent concerned about her son having an asthma attack or food allergy reaction in school could request a 504 Plan, which provides accommodations in a general education setting. Through the 504, the parent could establish an action plan with clear, defined steps to monitor and respond to her son’s needs during the day. Unlike the IEP, parents who would like to establish a 504 for their child don’t need to request an evaluation. Instead, families submit a 504 Request Form with diagnostic or evaluation materials from a doctor, psychologist, or other professional. If the school receives any federal funding, eligible students should be covered from preschool through college or vocational school. A 504 must be renewed yearly for accommodations to continue. Parents should share updated diagnostic information each year. Parents will participate in future 504 team meetings if changes to the plan are being considered.

CONNECT WITH US INCLUDEnyc is the leading provider of training and information for young people (newborn to 26) with any disability and their families. The organization can help you navigate and understand special education and disability systems. • The Help Line at 212-677-4660 (English) or 212-677-4668 (Spanish) offers interpretation into more than 200 languages. • Parents can attend free online workshops. • Hundreds of resources are available at includenyc.org. Jean Mizutani is the senior education specialist at INCLUDEnyc and has worked at the organization for more than 20 years. She is also the parent of a daughter with disabilities. 10

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Helping Your Child Succeed in the Classroom

5 things you can do to help your child have the best school year possible By Jacqueline Neber

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ood parent-teacher communication is crucial for any successful school year, but being on the same page becomes even more important when your child has a learning disability. There are a few steps you can take to help ensure your child has the best year possible.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AND SPEAK UP. Parents are entitled to receive information about special education from their schools and teachers—reading up and staying informed is the best way to advocate for your kid. When attending Committee for Special Education meetings, annual review meetings, or parent-teacher conferences, if you don’t understand something, ask questions.

COMMUNICATE WITH TEACHERS FREQUENTLY. Kathy Devine and Emily Cole, teachers at Waverly Avenue Elementary School in Holtsville, say parents of students with special needs must be extra communicative with teachers. “We would like to know sooner when things might be happening at home, whether it’s medication changes or maybe something in the home life has changed,” Cole says. When it comes to homework,“ reach out to us as soon as possible so that we’re not waiting until the end of a trimester to know [kids are] struggling,” Devine says. Another tip? Write a letter describing your child and their needs at the beginning of the year (you can still do this now, as it will help your child’s teacher get to know them better).

UNDERSTAND INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLAN GOALS. Equally important is understanding your child’s IEP goals—which can differ from their classroom goals. This difference often confuses parents who see their student accomplishing goals on one end of the spectrum and not the other.

INVOLVE YOUR CHILD. Cassie Reilly, transition coordinator at Northport High School, suggests involving your kid in IEP and parent-teacher conferences. Being open with them from the time of diagnosis helps them stand up for themselves and understand their learning disability does not make them inferior to others.

BE SENSITIVE TO DIFFERENCE. Parents should understand their kids might be different at home than at school, Reilly adds. And, even more importantly, their kids might have an atypical path toward success. Communicating with teachers is key to understanding how your kid can progress in the best way. SpecialParent 13 Special


5 Tips for a Successful IEP Meeting

One mom shares what she does in Individualized Education Program meetings to help them run smoothly. By Dana Greenberg

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hose of us who’ve been through it before are very aware how stressful and unpredictable IEP meetings can be. IEP stands for Individualized Education Program, which is the plan created for every child eligible for special-needs services from their public school specifying how the school will meet your child’s specific educational needs. IEP meetings are the yearly get-together at which parents gather with a team of professionals from the school district to discuss your child’s needs for the upcoming school

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year and develop your child’s plan for the year. We parents know what our children need better than anyone, but, unfortunately, we are not always heard. Here are some of the things I do at my meeting to help ensure that it is a success.

SHOW A PICTURE OF YOUR CHILD. One of the first things I do is hold up a picture of my son and introduce him. Usually there are people at the meeting who have never met him. I would like them to all see the boy we are talking about.

TAKE GOOD NOTES. Ask the professionals to slow down if you need them to. Let them know you don’t want to miss anything. I usually bring a notebook to write in. Be sure to ask who everyone is and what their titles are. Before you leave, ask for a copy of the minutes (that someone should have been taking). You can compare the minutes to your notes to make sure you're all on the same page.

NEVER SIGN ANYTHING—EXCEPT THE ATTENDANCE SHEET. This is definitely something to remember. If they ask you to sign something else, tell them you want to review it at home; you're allowed to say this. Before you leave the meeting, ask them to give you a copy of the attendance sheet as well.

DON’T LET THEM RUSH YOU. If these meetings are still new to you, you may hear words and terms that are not completely familiar to you. Feel free to ask them to explain everything. That is their job. Remind them, if necessary, that this is your child who is being discussed, not an abstract idea. If time runs out and you feel like you need more time, you can ask for an additional meeting to continue the discussion.

DISCUSS PLACEMENTS. If you have already visited potential schools, let them know. Give them details of what you saw and why it would not work for your child. Let them know that you have been proactive about the situation. Ask them to discuss their ideas about possible placements for your child. Remember, nothing is set in stone at this time, but it's something that should be discussed. These are some of the things I always do at my son’s IEP meeting, I hope they may help guide you to a smoother, more successful IEP meeting of your own. Dana Greenberg is a mom of twins living in Manhattan. Her site, TheAutismClub.com, was created to connect moms who have kids with special needs, like her son Jack—who has autism—and offer them a space to tell their stories. This article was originally published in 2017. 16

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Special Needs RESOURCES BROOKLYN Huntington Learning Center

Bay Ridge, Flushing, Lynbrook, Park Slope, Upper East Side 718-230-4600 • huntingtonhelps.com Huntington is the premier tutoring and test prep provider, including SAT/ACT and state tests, for kindergarten to 12th grades. The company prides itself on personalized attention and proven results. Founded in 1977, Huntington’s mission is to give every student the best education possible. Tutoring is available in-center and online.

Los Niños Services Home & Center Based Early Childhood Special Education Services for Children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities

New York City: 212-787-9700 x0 Westchester: 914-593-0953 x0 losninos.com • info@losninos.com Proud of our reputation for excellence serving New York City and Westchester for 20 years. Our therapists speak English and other languages. Our ABA program for children with autism is highly regarded, as are our centers in Valhalla and Hawthorne. We provide private insurance, early intervention, and preschool special education services.

MANHATTAN The 13th Child

718-316-8057 rebeccabusiness13@gmail.com The 13th Child Autism & Behavioral Coaching Inc. is a consulting company focused on those living with autism spectrum disorder and other socio-behavioral uniqueness. We focus on children, teens, and adults who struggle academically, behaviorally, and socially. Tele/ video therapy is available.

Apex Social Group

844-787-6566 apex-social.com/nymp • family@apex-social.com Apex Social Group offers live-in special needs and infant care, providing developmental child care solutions. In addition to our whole-child approach, enabling us to customize matching our families with care professionals from Europe or America to meet their specific needs, our care providers have specializations in a variety of health care/social fields. 18

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Birch Family Services Inc.

104 W. 29th St., Chelsea 212-616-1800 • birchfamilyservices.org Birch Family Services is a leading provider of educational, employment, and community supports for people with autism and developmental disabilities. With 12 programs located across New York City, Birch provides preschool and school-age special education programs for children ages 3-21 in environments appropriate for their individualized needs. Learn more at birchfamilyservices.org.

Chatty Child Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapy, PLLC

325 Broadway, Suite 403, Tribeca 347-491-4451 chattychild.com • info@chattychild.com Chatty Child is a unique, personalized pediatric therapeutic center in downtown Manhattan. We provide in-person and remote options for speech-language, occupational, and physical therapy. We offer evaluations, individual treatment, socialization groups, tutoring classes, and creative arts enrichment programming - InterAct: Theatre and Therapy Lab (summer workshops and yearly classes).

Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, P.C.

Manhattan location: 180 E. 79th St., Suite 1C, Upper East Side Queens location: 114-20 Queens Blvd., Suite CS 2, Forest Hills 718-441-0166 • comprehendthemind.com Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, P.C. is a group of school and neuropsychologists, that diagnose and assess a variety of conditions. We perform neuropsychological, educational, speech and language, and psychiatric evaluations to help you understand your child’s strengths and weaknesses, and plan for their educational success and emotional well-being.

Gillen Brewer School

Julian Parham Santana, director of admissions 410 E. 92nd St., Upper East Side 212-831-3667 gillenbrewer.com • julian@gillenbrewer.com Gillen Brewer School is a family-oriented, early childhood and elementary special education program for ages 2.8-10 years old. We provide an integrated, developmentally appropriate, academic-therapeutic program that includes speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, and counseling. Our curriculum is enriched with arts, music, science, and physical fitness.


The Ideal School of Manhattan

270 W. 89th St., Upper West Side 212-769-1699 • theidealschool.org admissions@theidealschool.org The IDEAL School of Manhattan is NYC’s only kindergarten to 12th grade and older independent inclusion school. At IDEAL, we believe that differentiated learning is the key to academic excellence. We offer a supportive environment where all children are valued and celebrated. Contact admissions@theidealschool.org to learn more about our unique inclusion program.

Los Niños Services Home & Center Based Early Childhood Special Education Services for Children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities

New York City: 212-787-9700 x0 Westchester: 914-593-0953 x0 losninos.com • info@losninos.com Proud of our reputation for excellence serving New York City and Westchester for 20 years. Our therapists speak English and other languages. Our ABA program for children with autism is highly regarded, as are our centers in Valhalla and Hawthorne. We provide private insurance, early intervention, and preschool special education services.

SAY: Confident Voices

917-697-7183 say.org • kate@say.org Confident Voices is SAY’s award-winning, after-school and weekend Creative Arts Program for children who stutter, ages 8-18, with three programming sessions every school year. Our 2021/2022 season begins with Confident Voices Online: Fall Program starts Oct. 14. Visit say.org/programs/confidentvoices for details and to register a child who stutters today!

QUEENS Academy for Young Minds

11-20 46th Road, Long Island City 646-670-5999 aymschool.org info@aymschool.org AYM is an independent private school for mid- to high-functioning school-age children on the autism spectrum. Led by Board-Certified Behavior Analysts®, we focus on social and functional language skills and provide personalized, rigorous curriculum using the principles of applied behavior analysis.

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Confidence Blooms at Chatty Child! At Chatty Child, our therapists provide quality care that is nurturing, innovative and creative. We work with the family to provide each child with a comprehensive treatment plan, while taking into account each child’s interests, strengths and goals. We are here to help your child reach their fullest potential. Chatty Child’s state-of-the-art therapy center for children is conveniently located in lower Manhattan. Please come in for a tour to discover what we can offer your child and become a part of the Chatty Child family!

Does your child need extra support? Boost academic, social and verbal skills to improve school success. Chatty Child offers: l Individual & group treatment for speech-language, occupational and physical therapy l Socialization groups l InterAct Theatre + Therapy Lab™ – classes & summer workshop program l Feeding and oral motor treatment l PROMPT therapy for apraxia of speech l Handwriting instruction l Sensory Integration therapy l Individual & group language, literacy and creative arts tutoring For Speech, Occupational & Physical Therapy, we accept: l Private pay (coded invoices for out-of-network reimbursement) l Department of Education Related Service Agreements (RSAs) l InterAct classes and tutoring are private pay only. To register, or schedule a tour, private consultation or evaluation, email info@chattychild.com, call 347.491.4451, or visit www.chattychild.com. 325 Broadway - Suite 403 New York, New York 10007

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Special Needs RESOURCES cont’d Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, P.C.

Queens location: 114-20 Queens Blvd., Suite CS 2, Forest Hills Manhattan location: 180 E. 79th St., Suite 1C, Upper East Side 718-441-0166 comprehendthemind.com Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, P.C. is a group of school and neuropsychologists, that diagnose and assess a variety of conditions. We perform neuropsychological, educational, speech and language, and psychiatric evaluations to help you understand your child’s strengths and weaknesses, and plan for their educational success and emotional well-being.

Long Island Speech

Locations across Suffolk and Nassau: Stony Brook, Farmingville, Commack, East Yaphank, Islip Terrace, Jericho, Wantagh, New Hyde Park 844-5-SPEECH (577-3324) Newest Location: 2915 Sunrise Highway, Islip Terrace 631-675-1065 lispeech.com Janine Stiene, speech-language pathologist, owns and operates Long Island Center for Speech and Myofunctional Therapy. With her group of therapists, she supports families across Long Island, specializing in PROMPT, feeding, myofunctional therapy, voice disorders, fluency, augmentative communication, articulation, auditory processing disorders, and expressive and receptive language disorders.

Los Niños Services Home & Center Based Early Childhood Special Education Services for Children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities

New York City: 212-787-9700 x0 Westchester: 914-593-0953 x0 losninos.com info@losninos.com Proud of our reputation for excellence serving New York City and Westchester for 20 years. Our therapists speak English and other languages. Our ABA program for children with autism is highly regarded, as are our centers in Valhalla and Hawthorne. We provide private insurance, early intervention, and preschool special education services.

index CHILD CARE Apex Social Group...............................................5

CLASSES & FUN SAY: Confident Voices........................................ 11

DOCTORS & THERAPIES Chatty Child Speech Therapy, PLLC .................... 19 Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services..........................................9 Long Island Speech............................................ 17 Los Ninos ............................................................2 The 13th Child................................................... 15

EDUCATION Academy for Young Minds...................................3 Birch Family Services.......................................... 15 Gillen Brewer School.......................................... 17 Huntington Learning Center............................... 11 Ideal School.........................................................7

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