Chesterfield County Special Education Advisory Committee

Chesterfield County Special Education Advisory Committee

Welcome to the Chesterfield County Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) page! We pri Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

The purposes of the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) are below.

1. Provide advice concerning unmet needs in the education of students with disabilities in Chesterfield County.

2. Assist in the formulation and development of long-range plans, which will provide services needed for students with disabilities in Chesterfield County Public Schools and community.

3. Participate in the dev

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2023-2024 Coffee+Conversation Series 02/17/2024

📣 The IEP Process is the Topic of Conversation this Wednesday February 21st for Coffee & Conversation!

A virtual Coffee & Conversation discussion will focus on the individualized education program process. The Family and Community Engagement Office of Chesterfield County Public Schools will host the free webinar 1-2 p.m. Feb. 21, and a representative of the Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center will be the featured speaker.

Register through the link below or copy&paste https://www.oneccps.org/page/programs-for-families

2023-2024 Coffee+Conversation Series

02/16/2024

It's National Caregivers Day 💛

To all of the moms, dads, grandparents, and guardians who care for children with disabilities day in and day out, we see you 🤍

Happy

💗 Being a caregiver can be both emotionally & physically taxing.
💗 Thank you for all that you do!

Check out these resources that can support you in taking care of your yourself and others: samhsa.gov/find-support

02/05/2024

Monthly meeting this Wednesday February 7th!

CTC Hull St.
5:30pm-7pm
VCU Room B151

2023-2024 Coffee+Conversation Series 01/28/2024

Check out The CCCPS Office of Family and Community EngagementCoffee + Conversation Series!

There are many sessions specific to Special Education! Register now!

"Parenting is tough. Children do not come with an owner's manual. So, grab a cup of coffee and get some friendly support! Cat Tompkins of the CCPS Family and Community Engagement teams along with special guest experts from Chesterfield Mental Health and the community will discuss ways to help and understand your children. Register for as many of the sessions as you would like. Sessions will be recorded.

Send specific questions to [email protected] prior to the meeting, and we will try and address them in the conversation. Thanks!"

2023-2024 Coffee+Conversation Series

Photos from PEATC Transition Resources's post 01/24/2024

📣 Training Alert!

We've heard wonderful feedback about Transition University, sign up today!

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Transition University - Winter 2024

February 12, 2024 through April 8, 2024
REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/3sWMmF5

Join us for this FREE 5-session SELF-PACED online course that focuses on providing parent-friendly transition information to help make transition planning easier. This course is designed for parents/caregivers of elementary, middle, or high school students that receive special education services, and the professionals that support them. The goal is to share factual information on transition services and to help make the transition from school services to the adult services world less confusing. Participants who complete the full course will receive a certificate of completion showing 7.5 hours.

Each week a new session of the course will open each week and will then remain open for the rest of the course time.

Sessions contain video content, written content, discussion opportunities, and resources.

01/22/2024

📣 Lots of opportunities this week to learn about inclusion!

See below! ⬇️

Virginia Parents, this meetup is for you, whether your child currently has a general education placement or you are looking for ideas on how to change placements!
Email [email protected] for zoom code.

01/20/2024

Did you catch the CCPS Friday Family Update?

"Families and educators who support neurodivergent youth are always looking for trusted, helpful and practical resources to support neurodiversity. The Neurodiversity Speaker Series includes free, virtual events (Feb. 7, March 26, May 9, Aug. 29 and Sept. 24) crafted with their specific needs in mind. Go online for details and registration information. The series is presented by the Parent Venture, Children’s Health Council, Compass High School, REEL2E and the RILEY Project, with funding from the Educating All Learners Alliance."

See below for details ⬇️

We’re excited to announce our involvement with a new consortium of Silicon Valley-based nonprofit organizations launching the groundbreaking Neurodiversity Speaker Series, beginning in February 2024!

This collaborative effort includes Parent Venture, CHC, Compass High School, REEL, and The RILEY Project, generously supported by major funding from the Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA). We’ve united in a common purpose to provide families, communities, and educators with the knowledge and resources necessary to create supportive environments for their uniquely wired learners, including those who experience ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and more.

Parents, caregivers and others who support neurodivergent youth are always looking for trusted, helpful and practical resources. With the Neurodiversity Speaker Series, they will now have access to free, virtual, live events on topics that are specifically meaningful to them.

This Neurodiversity Speaker Series brings together experts, including educators, mental health professionals, and advocates, all dedicated to enhancing understanding of neurodivergent learners.

Key Event Details:

When: Live virtually on Zoom from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. PST on select dates throughout 2024
Language Inclusive: Simultaneous Spanish interpretation available
RSVP: Secure your spot by registering on the website. All events will be recorded for asynchronous viewing. https://www.neurodiversityspeakerseries.org/

01/18/2024

📣 Resource Alert!

Details below on an upcoming webcast for Secondary Transition Services ⬇️

𝟯/𝟮𝟬 𝗪𝗲𝗯𝗰𝗮𝘀𝘁 (𝟮𝗽𝗺 𝗘𝗧): 𝗕𝗲𝗴𝗶𝗻 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗘𝗻𝗱 𝗶𝗻 𝗠𝗶𝗻𝗱: 𝗩𝗘𝗦𝗢𝗟 𝗜𝗻𝘀𝘁𝗿𝘂𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗧𝗿𝗮𝗻𝘀𝗶𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗣𝗹𝗮𝗻𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 - Learn the value of secondary transition planning, roles & responsibilities, secondary transition resources, and connecting Virginia Essentialized Standards of Learning (VESOL) instruction to secondary transition planning. 𝗙𝗥𝗘𝗘:
https://centerontransition.org/resources/webcasts/details.cfm?webcastID=1660

Photos from Swift Creek Family YMCA's post 01/09/2024

🎉 Shout out to these Cosby Titans hard at work!

Cosby High School Transition Services Department partnered with the Swift Creek Family YMCA to provide work-based learning experiences for three high school students this semester. Go Titans!

See below!

Voc Rehab Agencies Told To Beef Up Their Offerings 01/03/2024

✨ New Year, new resource!

Link in article below ⬇️

“New Vocational Rehab Guidance - In this 21-page technical assistance directive, the U.S. Department of Education instructs state vocational rehabilitation agencies to provide more than minimal services to help people with disabilities gain employment. The Education Department’s Rehabilitation Services Administration says states should make changes to promote “meaningful and sustained engagement” in the vocational rehabilitation program."

Voc Rehab Agencies Told To Beef Up Their Offerings The U.S. Department of Education is warning state vocational rehabilitation agencies that they need to provide more than minimal services to help people with disabilities gain employment.

12/08/2023

📣 Interesting new resource!

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The VCU-ACE team will be hosting quarterly parent meetings to highlight new ACE resources, listen and learn about parent needs, and invite guest speakers who specialize in topics ranging from early childhood to transition resources and community engagement. Join us on Zoom December 18, from 12:00-12:45. Register Today: https://vcuautismcenter.org/registration/parents/

We look forward to meeting you!

*Contact Whitney Ham, [email protected], with questions!

The VCU-ACE team will be hosting quarterly parent meetings to highlight new ACE resources, listen and learn about parent needs, and invite guest speakers who specialize in topics ranging from early childhood to transition resources and community engagement. Join us on Zoom December 18, from 12:00-12:45. Register Today: https://vcuautismcenter.org/registration/parents/

We look forward to meeting you!

*Contact Whitney Ham, [email protected], with questions!

12/05/2023

It's December already!

Join us for our next monthly meeting this Wednesday 12/06 at 5:30pm at CTC-Hull St in the VCU Room, B151.

12/03/2023

We couldn't have said it better!

❤️🩷🧡💛💚💙🩵💜

Cheers to International Day of Persons with Disabilities!

Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities and we are proud to celebrate!

Let’s take a moment to recognize the accomplishments and strengths of people with disabilities and commit to making our world more inclusive.

11/29/2023

📚 Application Time 📖

Details below for the ACE-IT college program ⬇️⬇️⬇️

The team at ACE-IT in College is thrilled to announce that the application for our fall 2024 cohort is live!

In case you haven’t heard, ACE-IT is a two year college program for students with intellectual disability who earned an Applied Studies diploma or equivalent.

Throughout the program, students take VCU classes, work part-time, and participate in an internship to earn a VCU School of Education certificate.

The main goal of ACE-IT in College is to prepare students to obtain competitive integrated employment in their area of interest. ACE-IT in College has a 90% employment rate for those that have graduated!

If you are a student or work with a student with an intellectual disability that is 18 years or older, resides or will reside in the Greater Richmond Area, and has the desire to attend college as their pathway to employment, check out our application today at aceitincollege.org/apply

All application materials are due February 2, 2024

For more information on ACE-IT in College, visit: aceitincollege.org

For questions, email: [email protected]

The team at ACE-IT in College is thrilled to announce that the application for our fall 2024 cohort is live!

In case you haven’t heard, ACE-IT is a two year college program for students with intellectual disability who earned an Applied Studies diploma or equivalent.

Throughout the program, students take VCU classes, work part-time, and participate in an internship to earn a VCU School of Education certificate.

The main goal of ACE-IT in College is to prepare students to obtain competitive integrated employment in their area of interest. ACE-IT in College has a 90% employment rate for those that have graduated!

If you are a student or work with a student with an intellectual disability that is 18 years or older, resides or will reside in the Greater Richmond Area, and has the desire to attend college as their pathway to employment, check out our application today at aceitincollege.org/apply

All application materials are due February 2, 2024

For more information on ACE-IT in College, visit: aceitincollege.org

For questions, email: [email protected]

11/21/2023

📣 Important Dates below ⬇️

The Virginia Board of Education started working on changing Virginia's Standards of Accreditation in August. They want to create a new way to measure accountability, different from accreditation. To get input from the public, the Board is organizing listening sessions all over Virginia.

These sessions, run by the Hunt Institute, a non-profit group, aim to gather ideas from parents, teachers, and anyone interested. If you're interested, you can go to the session in your area and share your thoughts on what accountability measures should be."

Region 6
Monday, November 27th | 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Roanoke City Public Schools
William Fleming High School
3649 Ferncliff Ave NW,
Roanoke, VA 24017

Region 3
Friday, December 1st | 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
Stafford Public Schools
Brooke Point High School
1700 Courthouse Rd
Stafford, VA
22554

Region 4
Tuesday, December 5th | 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
George Mason University
Science and Technology Campus
Building TBD

Region 5 Thursday,
December 7th | 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Bedford County Public Schools
Liberty Middle School
1237 Lacey Putney Way
Bedford, VA 24523

Region 1 Tentative
Monday, December 11th | 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Chesterfield County Public Schools
Career Technical Center
13900 Hull Street
Midlothian, VA 23112

Region 2
Wednesday, December 13th | 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Chesapeake Public Schools
Location TBD

Region 8
Thursday, December 14th | 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Greensville County Public Schools
Greensville County High School
403 Harding Street
Emporia, VA. 23847

Chesterfield County School Board BoardDocs® Pro 11/12/2023

🔔 School board meeting Tuesday November 14. Work session at 3:30PM and business meeting at 6:30PM.

Some topics that will be presented at the work session to the board are:
School Day Length and Time
Ending year round school (Bellwood and Falling Creek),
Elementary redistricting (supporting documents will not be posted until Tuesday prior to meeting according to agenda).
All information regarding the meeting can be found at https://go.boarddocs.com/vsba/chesterfield/Board.nsf/Public .

Can't attend? Follow the links for online viewing in the comments.

Chesterfield County School Board BoardDocs® Pro -

11/10/2023

November is National Family Caregivers Month 💙

Shout out to all of the parents, step-parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, guardians and caregivers of all sizes who show up daily for children with disabilities.

You're doing a great job!

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It’s important for caregivers to take care of their own mental health. Supporting caregivers with information and resources can help them maintain their mental health and better serve loved ones. Learn more at https://mhanational.org/national-family-caregivers-month

It’s important for caregivers to take care of their own mental health. Supporting caregivers with information and resources can help them maintain their mental health and better serve loved ones. Learn more at https://mhanational.org/national-family-caregivers-month

11/03/2023

📣 Training Alert!

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Attention, SEAC Members and Advisors!

PEATC in partnership with the Virginia Department of Education is pleased to offer SEAC trainings aimed at helping SEAC members understand the role of the local Special Education Advisory Committee in Virginia and to build a more efficient and effective advisory committee.

SELF-PACED ONLINE COURSE
November 21, 2023 through December 12, 2023
Register: https://bit.ly/45SuCII

LIVE ZOOM TRAINING
January 27, 2024 | 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Register: https://bit.ly/3QIaDIp

These trainings will include information on:
- SEAC in Virginia SPED Regulations
- SEAC Roles and Responsibilities
- Building Your Local SEAC
- Organization Tips for SEACs
- How to be an Effective Advisory Committee

Attention, SEAC Members and Advisors!

PEATC in partnership with the Virginia Department of Education is pleased to offer SEAC trainings aimed at helping SEAC members understand the role of the local Special Education Advisory Committee in Virginia and to build a more efficient and effective advisory committee.

SELF-PACED ONLINE COURSE
November 21, 2023 through December 12, 2023
Register: https://bit.ly/45SuCII

LIVE ZOOM TRAINING
January 27, 2024 | 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Register: https://bit.ly/3QIaDIp

These trainings will include information on:
- SEAC in Virginia SPED Regulations
- SEAC Roles and Responsibilities
- Building Your Local SEAC
- Organization Tips for SEACs
- How to be an Effective Advisory Committee

11/02/2023

Survey says.... 😁

Take some time to fill out the Family Engagement survey through VDOE.

*You may need to copy and paste the link below to your browser*

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November is Virginia’s Family Engagement Month and the VDOE would like to know how you feel about your child’s school. The survey is here: https://ow.ly/ZMla50Q3uxi. We’d love to know about the great work your child’s school is doing and the places where they may need support.

November is Virginia’s Family Engagement Month and the VDOE would like to know how you feel about your child’s school. The survey is here: https://ow.ly/ZMla50Q3uxi. We’d love to know about the great work your child’s school is doing and the places where they may need support.

11/02/2023

📣 Training Alert!

Check out this collaboration for a Statewide Continuing Education Workshop!

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We've added three exciting new speakers to our upcoming Continuing Education Workshop, DARS & VDOE Partnerships that Work!, on Nov. 17, from 12 to 2 p.m.

In addition to Matt Luther with DARS and Marianne Moore with DOE, we're excited to have three presenters from the Wilson Workforce Rehabilitation Center (WWRC). Guest speakers include Rusty Eddins, Director for Post-Secondary Education Rehabilitation Transition (PERT); James Hall, Manager of the Career and Workforce Development Division; and Ginger Sharrer, Field Services Supervisor for the PERT Program. With this great lineup, it's going to be an informative session. Don't miss out! Register today for this free workshop on DARS Programs and Services. To register, visit https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApdO-ppz0pG9BqwHerJ4lX4TonYG-vhscL #/registration.

We've added three exciting new speakers to our upcoming Continuing Education Workshop, DARS & VDOE Partnerships that Work!, on Nov. 17, from 12 to 2 p.m.

In addition to Matt Luther with DARS and Marianne Moore with DOE, we're excited to have three presenters from the Wilson Workforce Rehabilitation Center (WWRC). Guest speakers include Rusty Eddins, Director for Post-Secondary Education Rehabilitation Transition (PERT); James Hall, Manager of the Career and Workforce Development Division; and Ginger Sharrer, Field Services Supervisor for the PERT Program. With this great lineup, it's going to be an informative session. Don't miss out! Register today for this free workshop on DARS Programs and Services. To register, visit https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApdO-ppz0pG9BqwHerJ4lX4TonYG-vhscL #/registration.

AND PLEASE SHARE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT!

10/24/2023

Shout out to all of our students who use AAC! 🎉

Want to learn more about Augmentative and Alternative Communication? Follow the links below!

October is Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Awareness Month!

What is AAC? AAC is ANY mode of communication that supplements or replaces spoken language. Consider all the ways you communicate with others throughout the day!

Want to learn more, check out the following Lunch and Learn: Use Your Words! An Introduction to Everyday AAC from VCU-ACE: https://vcuautismcenter.org/te/lunchandlearn.cfm

10/12/2023

College questions?

Check out the upcoming event below with Decoding Dyslexia ⬇️

Join us on November 9th for our monthly meeting with DDVA Richmond!

09/30/2023

Save the date!

09/28/2023

Do you have questions about adaptive PE? We do!

Check out this upcoming webinar and learn more!

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Connecting the Dots: Physical Education for ALL Students
Wednesday, October 25, 2023 | 6:30 P.M.

Did you know that Physical Education (PE) should be made available to every child with a disability receiving a free appropriate public education (FAPE)?

In this webinar, we are Connecting the Dots on Physical Education! We will provide an overview of Virginia's health and PE requirements & information on how students who may need specially designed instruction and accommodations can participate. In addition, an adapted PE teacher will share his experiences within the school setting on what PE may look like and how this service is included within the IEP.

REGISTER AT: tinyurl.com/w7w498z7

This webinar will be held on Zoom.

Follow PEATC Early Childhood for more!

Connecting the Dots: Physical Education for ALL Students
Wednesday, October 25, 2023 | 6:30 P.M.

Did you know that Physical Education (PE) should be made available to every child with a disability receiving a free appropriate public education (FAPE)?

In this webinar, we are Connecting the Dots on Physical Education! We will provide an overview of Virginia's health and PE requirements & information on how students who may need specially designed instruction and accommodations can participate. In addition, an adapted PE teacher will share his experiences within the school setting on what PE may look like and how this service is included within the IEP.

REGISTER AT: tinyurl.com/w7w498z7

This webinar will be held on Zoom.

Follow PEATC Early Childhood for more!

09/26/2023

💡The more you know!

Check out this SpEd Monthly Moment from PEATC!
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On September 26, 1973, Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act was the first disability civil rights law to be enacted in the United States. It prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in programs that receive federal financial assistance. The Rehab Act paved the way for the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and was our nation’s first step toward guaranteeing the right to equal opportunity under the law.

Learn more here: https://www.parentcenterhub.org/section504/

Factsheet for Virginia’s Parents — IEP vs. 504 Which is Right for My Student?: https://tinyurl.com/5n6dj3uw

Factsheet for Virginia’s Parents — Is a 504 Plan Right for My Student?: https://tinyurl.com/mryuj2yb


On September 26, 1973, Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act was the first disability civil rights law to be enacted in the United States. It prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in programs that receive federal financial assistance. The Rehab Act paved the way for the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and was our nation’s first step toward guaranteeing the right to equal opportunity under the law.

Learn more here: https://www.parentcenterhub.org/section504/

Factsheet for Virginia’s Parents — IEP vs. 504 Which is Right for My Student?: https://tinyurl.com/5n6dj3uw

Factsheet for Virginia’s Parents — Is a 504 Plan Right for My Student?: https://tinyurl.com/mryuj2yb

Photos from Center for Family Involvement's post 09/19/2023

📣 Resource Alert!

What is Pre-ETS & VR Transition Services? ALL Services are FREE!

The Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) works together with students, youth, families, schools and community agencies and organizations to provide services that promote successful transitions from school to work and adult life.

DRS offers two sets of services to help students with disabilities move from school to post-school life: pre-employment transition services (Pre-ETS) and vocational rehabilitation (VR) transition services. Learn more about these services and get connected by clicking on the links below.

Pre-ETS offer students with disabilities an early start at career exploration and preparation for adult life. Beginning at age 14, students with disabilities can connect with DARS for Pre-ETS.

DARS works with students, their families, their schools and community partners to enrich transition planning and support students with gaining knowledge and experiences necessary so they may make informed decisions about their future.

Topics covered through Pre-ETS include: career exploration; work-based learning experiences; exploration of education and training programs for after high school; workplace readiness training to develop social and independent living skills; and self-advocacy.

Link: https://www.dars.virginia.gov/drs/transitionservices.htm .tab=0

Photos from Center for Family Involvement's post 09/12/2023

New Resource Alert!

“Virginia Department of Education - VDOE has put out a NEW copy of “The Virginia Family’s Guide to Special Education.”

It 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.“

Link: https://www.doe.virginia.gov/home/showpublisheddocument/890/638289859630600000

09/05/2023

First SEAC meeting of the 2023-2024 school year! Come join us!

Wednesday
September 6th
5:30pm
CTC Hull St in the VCU Room

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Photos from Chesterfield County Public Schools's post 08/21/2023

Happy 1st Day of School!

We hope it was a great day for all!

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08/20/2023

📣 Resource Find!

Do you have a student or child receiving services or in need of receiving services from Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS), Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI), or
Center for Independent Living (CIL)?

Register to attend the Client Assistance Program. Space is limited. Details below.

*Not sponsored by CCPS SEAC, please see the post for more information.

1. Do you need to know how to access services from Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS), the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI), or your local Center for Independent Living (CIL)?
2. Are you currently receiving services from DARS, DBVI, or your local CIL?
3. Do you have questions about the services you are getting?

If so, register now for dLCV's FREE Client Assistance Program (CAP) Clinic on Thursday, August 24, 2023 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

***Space is limited to only five (5) registrants and is first-come, first-served!***

https://dlcv.salsalabs.org/capclinicaugust2023

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