Parent Education- Additional Web Resources parent, Family and Child Care education resources Additional parent education resources on the Web The following links provide an option for finding further information of a variety of parent education resources. of parent education resources. No endorsement of products or information is implied. University of nebraska Lincoln http://www.ianr.unl.edu/ianr/burt/parent.htm
Extractions: http://www.nnfr.org/ A wealth of resources on the following topics: Adolescent sexuality, evaluation, family economics, family policy, general family resiliency, intergenerational connections, National Money 2000, parenting education, program and curriculum, research, surviving childhood cancer and violence prevention.
Autism Spectrum Disorders ASD News in nebraska (Adobe Acrobat required to view.). ASD State Plan (AdobeAcrobat required to view.). education and Training. parent resources. http://www.nde.state.ne.us/autism/
Extractions: Adobe Acrobat required to view.) ASD Regional Teams ASD Standing Committee Education and Training Parent Resources The Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Network consists of a partnership between the Nebraska Department of Education, Office of Special Populations (NDE), the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Barkley Center (UNL), and five ASD Regions. The ASD Network is supported by IDEA Part B Set Aside Funds from NDE. NDE is responsible for maintaining the statewide network. Five ASD regions have been established throughout the State, each of which has a Regional Director and Coordinator who work hand-in-hand with NDE and UNL. A statewide ASD Standing Committee has been established to provide advice and recommendations to the ASD network on delivery of appropriate services for children with ASD, training of educators, parents and the community and teaching competencies. The Standing Committee is comprised of at least three individuals from each ASD Region in the State, including at least one parent, service provider and administrator from each Region.
Extractions: Factors Enhancing Parent Participation Factors enhancing parent/professional relationships: Factors enhancing communication among parents, school and agency personnel Factors Inhibiting Parent Participation Factors contributing to unsatisfactory parent/professional relationships: Teachers and/or adult services representatives fail to attend, or leave meetings; Team membership changes frequently; Professionals do not appear to listen to parents; and
ESU8 Resources Teach in nebraska The official nebraska Department of education jobs site The parentInstitute Newsletters Below are the April 2003 parent Newsletters http://www.esu8.k12.ne.us/~esu8web/resources/resources.html
Extractions: This page consists of many sites that can become a valuable tool for both teachers and students. Nebraska Educational Resources Nebraska Education Technology Plan Reporting Telecommunication Discounts for Nebraska Schools and Libraries Nebraska's Educational Service Units (and the ESU map) The Nebraska Department of Education ... The U.S. Department of Education Online
Extractions: Yard Waste Banned from Landfill. Grass and leaves are banned from the Lincoln Landfill from April 1 - November 30. Recycle your yard waste and kitchen scrapes into a valuable garden additive by composting. Learn how to compost and access a schedule of upcoming composting workshops and demonstrations HERE We're Expecting Babies...
Nebraska State Resources hotmail.com Web www.olliewebb.org parent Teacher Association views or policies ofthe Department of education, nor does NICHCY State resources nebraska http://www.nichcy.org/stateshe/ne.htm
Extractions: The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Extractions: The Parenting Calendar Note: Only new conferences not previously listed in Parent News are included in this issue. For a full listing of conferences, go to the PARENTING Calendar section of NPIN. Announcement For the 18 th year, the Summer Institute of the Wheelock College Center for Parenting Studies is bringing together professionals from many disciplines who want to learn more about contemporary issues in parenting and how to be more effective in supporting and working with families. Courses will be offered during the months of July and August. For more information, please contact: The Center for Parenting Studies
Extractions: Newsletters/Magazines This online newsletter is produced by the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The theme for 1998 is "Developmental Challenges of Adolescence." Newsletter articles will cover topics such as the development of autonomy, acquiring interpersonal skills, dealing with emerging sexuality, acquiring education, and resolving identity issues. Previous issues cover topics such as character, sports nutrition, responsibility, and how to talk with teenagers. For more information: Stephen T. Russell, Ph.D. Internet: http://www.ianr.unl.edu/ianr/fcs/upsdowns/index.htm This newsletter is the official bulletin of Parent Cooperative Preschools International (PCPI). The current issue includes topics such as Reggio Emilia in America and information about various books, videos, meetings, or other PCPI business. For more information: Parent Cooperative Preschools International
Parent nebraska Network for Children and Families; parent News; parents At Home Page;nebraska Department of Services for Grants; LTP education resources for Grants; http://www.paplv.esu3.k12.ne.us/carriage/parent.html
Parent Resources for Assistive Technology, located in ESU 3 in nebraska, offers students parent toparent. parents Engaged in education Reform (PEER) The PEER Project seeks to http://www.usu.edu/mprrc/parentrec.htm
Local Nebraska Resources For Health toparent support, information, parent education workshops, and on early intervention,special education, and other nebraska Respite Network was created to http://www.nfapa.org/local_resources.htm
Extractions: Nebraska Foster and Adoptive Parent Association "Promoting Safety, Permanency, and Well-Being of our Children" Local Nebraska Resources for Health A B C D ... Z A The Arc of Nebraska is a statewide association of people with developmental disabilities and their parents, other family members, interested citizens and dedicated human service professionals. Developmental disabilities include (but are not limited to) mental retardation, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, autism, and epilepsy. Ask Dr. Ed - A resource of the University of Nebraska. Dr. Ed Dominguez is an associate professor of Internal Medicine/Infectious Diseases at UNMC and the KETV "HealthWatch" reporter. Submit medical questions to Dr. Dominguez and he will respond to them as soon as possible. (Messages posted will not be displayed immediately.) This site also has information from previous "HealthWatch" reports. The Nebraska Assistive Technology Project links people with technology. The Partnership enables people with disabilities, their families, and professionals to learn about the latest innovations and identify funding for assistive devices and services. The Autism Society of Nebraska is a non-profit organization dedicated to the welfare of children and adults with severe disorders of communication and behavior.
Cpaa nebraska Network for Children and Families parent resources, Teen parent Project,Health resources, education resources, Organizations, Miscellaneous http://www.people.virginia.edu/~mon-grow/resources/home.html
State/Local Resources Index Page - Nebraska a statewide network of parentto-parent support, information on early intervention,special education, and other Over 40 resources for the state of nebraska. http://www.childrenwithdisabilities.ncjrs.org/nebraska.html
Educational Resources nebraska Social Science resources HomePage; Social Science and Science; NationalCenter for Bilingual education; parent News; Berit's Best Sites for Children; A http://www.mwedconnection.org/resources.html