Parent Special Education Information PACER is the Minnesota Parent Training and Information Center, funded by the U. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs. Who is preparing for school children with intellectual disabilities my Child’s IEP Team? To make sure parents have the information they need most, PACER conducted a survey, and nearly a thousand people responded.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Learn the Signs. How Will I Know If My Child Is Making Progress? Parents of children ages 6 to 131. Minnesota Manual of Accommodations, Tool 2. Parents of children ages 14 to 21 1.
PACER is the Minnesota Parent Training and Information Center, funded by the U. As children with disabilities age into adulthood and well beyond, their families face a crisis that will impact us all. It has been decades since the state closed notorious institutions that warehoused people with disabilities. We have yet to adjust to the fallout.
March morning in 2014, I picked my way across an icy corner in Point Breeze and knocked on Patricia Sankey’s storm door. I heard slow, heavy steps and the rattle of keys, and then Sankey opened the inside door. She was a short, round, older woman dressed in a pink housecoat. Her body was found the next day on a sidewalk, five miles away. She had frozen to death overnight.