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  1. Michigan services for children who are deaf-blind state and multi-state projects : final performance report (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:393281) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1996
  2. Creating a book loan program for inner-city Latino families (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:447476) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1999
  3. Early literacy instruction for the new millennium (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:437613) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1999
  4. Teacher learning in the context of the SDP what are the opportunities? what is the context? (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:392794) by Barbara Neufeld, 1995
  5. Assessing adult/child storybook reading practices (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:447412) by Andrea DeBruin-Parecki, 1999

21. Michigan State Resources
Spina Bifida Association of Southeastern michigan PO Box 546 parent Training and InformationCenter (PTI) Pat Alliance to Uphold Special education (CAUSE) 6412
NICHCY State Resources : Michigan
A publication of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Michigan State Resources
Table of Contents
State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
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 and let us know.
State Agencies and Organizations
Age of Eligibility
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
Honorable Carl Levin (D)
269 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

22. Michigan School Board Leaders (Links To Other Resources)
and objective descriptions of every single bill, amendment, and vote in the Michiganlegislature. US Department of education. . parent Teacher Organizations.

23. Moving Beyond Bake Sales  [Michigan Education Report]
maintains a web site with resources for parents proposal, see the related article, parentdesigned survey to spring 2001 issue of michigan education Report (www

24. School Choice: Good For Teachers  [Michigan Education Report]
A teacher explores reasons why Choice will increase demand and salaries for good teachers.Category Society Issues education School Choice...... article, a graduate class, a parent, or a teaching methods, allocation of resources,and the Corliss, a member of the michigan education Association, teaches

25. Professional Links
michigan Electronic Library Social Issues Social Services resources.
Chapter Leadership Government Relations/
NASW-MO C.A.R.E. Lesbian, Gay
NASW National
LINKS: Professional Links LICENSURE: Licensure FAQ CONTRACTS: Continuing Education Application Advertising Policy Home Professional Organization
General Information

Searchable Databases

Educational and Career Resources

Practice Resources
Education/Parent Resources
National Association of Social Workers Other State Chapters of NASW In honor of National Social Work Month: N orth American Association of Christians in Social Work Council on Social Work Education School Social Work Association of Missouri Missouri Department of Economic Development (State Committee for Social Workers - Licensure)

Study Skills. parent resources. Midwest Talent Search. Tutoring. Immunizationsand Health Issues. METmichigan education Trust. World of Work.
DAVE TAYLOR'S GUIDANCE COUNSELING HOME PAGE Links to help families and students enrolled in Michigan educational institutions 4 Year Tentative High School Course Plan Meet Dave Taylor, N.C.C. East Lansing Public Schools Comprehensive Guidance Model K-12 Scholarships/Financial Aid ... High-Risk Behavior of Youth: Suicide, Driving, Sex, Violence, Binge Drinking, Inhalants, etc. Note : Most all of these pages are under constant construction; any suggestions for additional counseling web pages and/or improvement of current pages, please send to DAVETGC@ or Updated 4/6/2003 Caveat : The information provided does not mean that the Guidance Counselor: Dave Taylor, N.C.C. endorses or supports any program mentioned. The information is only provided as another resource to consider when making educational and personal decisions.

27. Links & Resources
of Higher education; Eastern michigan University's Strategic National Associationfor the education of Young Network, parenting Magazines; parent Soup; Childcare
UHS About our Staff
Calendar of Events

Checkpoint Program

Children's Institute
Medical Services

The Following Links Have Been Identified for Your Convenience by: The Administrative Office: The Children's Institute: Counseling Services:
The Health Education Program:
Medical Services:

28. LESA Resources
Learning Disabilities Learning Disabilities Association of michigan Alliance toUphold Special education (CAUSE parent Experience and resources Family Outreach

29. Urban Parent Involvement: Internet Resources
michigan parent Information and Resource Center. US Department of education listingof parent Resource Centers (lists centers for all states). Tools
Urban Parent Involvement:
Internet Resources
Pathways Home Page Contents Organizations: Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships Communities in Schools Families and Schools Together (FAST) Family Support America ... U.S. Department of Education Parent Information and Resource Centers: Illinois Family Education Center Indiana Family, School, and Community Partnerships Center Iowa Parent Information Resource Center Michigan Parent Information and Resource Center ... Parents Plus of Wisconsin U.S. Department of Education listing of Parent Resource Centers (lists centers for all states) Tools: Checklist of How to Increase Parent Involvement Developing Family/School Partnerships: Guidelines for Schools and School Districts National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement Programs Parent Involvement Survey ... School and Family Involvement Surveys Content and general comments: Technical information:

30. Archived: Including Your Child Appendix B: Resources - Parent Training And Infor
Voice/TDD/TTY) 1800-221-91O5 (michigan only) Fax Statewide parent Advocacy Network,Inc. education for parents of Indian Children with Special Needs Project
A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
Including Your Child - April 1997
Appendix B
Parent Training and Information Centers
ALABAMA Special Education Action Committee, Inc. (SEAC)
3207 International Drive, Suite C
P.O. Box 161274
Mobile, AL 36616-2274
(334) 478-1208 (Voice/TDD)
1-800-222-7322 (Alabama only)
Fax: (334) 473-7877 ALASKA Alaska P.A.R.E.N.T.S., Inc.
(Parents as Resources Engaged in Networking and Training
540 International Airport Road, Suite 200
Anchorage, AK 99518 (907) 563-2246 (Voice/TDD) 1-800-478-7678 (Alaska only) Fax: (907) 563-2257 ARIZONA Pilot Parent Partnerships 2150 East Highland Avenue, Suite 105 Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 468-3001 (Voice/TDD) 1-800-237-3007 (Arizona only) Fax: (602) 468-3001 (call first) ARKANSAS Arkansas Parent Support and Information Network Arkansas Disability Coalition 10002 W. Markham, Suite B-7 Little Rock, AR 72205 (501) 221-1330 (Voice/TDD) 1-800-223-1330 (Arkansas only) Fax: (501) 221-9067 CALIFORNIA Northern California Coalition for Parent Training and Information (NCC), Region I

31. Kids Care Other Resources
Leadership Program 800292-7851 parent Participation Project 800 Citizens Allianceto Uphold Special education) 800-221 Family Support Network of michigan 800-359
Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children (MiAEYC)
Michigan's Children
Michigan Dental Association
Michigan Family Independence Agency (Directory Assist)
Michigan's Family Violence Helpline
Michigan Head Start Association
Michigan Self-Help Clearinghouse
Michigan SIDS Alliance
Migrant Head Start
National Organization for Rare Disorders
National Parent-to-Parent Support and Information System NICHCY (Information Center) Parent Empowerment Project Parenting Awareness Month-Prevention Network Parent HELPline Parent Leadership Program Parent Participation Project Parents of the Visually Impaired Runaway Assistance Program (RAPline) Social Security Adminstration Spina Bifida Association of America Stepfamily Association of America Toll-Free Information United Parents Against Lead of Michigan (UPAL) Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program
517-335-8246 TTY AIDS 24-Hour Hotline (Public Health Service) 800-344-7432 Spanish 800-243-7889 TTY Asthma Information Center Hotline Arc Michigan Association for Children's Mental Health Autism Society of Michigan Birth Defects Followup Program-Hereditary Disorders Birthline 800-26-BIRTH Building Strong Families CAUSE (Citizens Alliance to Uphold Special Education) Cerebral Palsy Association of Michigan Child Abuse America Child Abuse Hotline Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Project Children's Special Health Care Services

32. Community Resources - Children's Choice
10/25/2002; Exceptional parent Magazine 800247-8080; Family Assistive TechnologyClearinghouse; michigan Association for the education of Young
Home Community Resources Contact Us Regular Search Physician Name DMC Web Sites Homepage
About Children's Choice Of Michigan(CCOM)

Drug Formulary

Children's Hospital of Michigan

Community Resources Online Community Resources

33. West Ottawa Harbor Lights Library Of Links Family And Parent
education. michigan's parent information center for special education issues.LD Includes information and resources for parents. Learning
Harbor Lights Library of Links
Family and Parent
Curriculum-Related Sites Learning Disabilities Sites Learning Styles, Theories and Issues Organizations ... Reviews
Curriculum-Related Sites Top of Page
Study Guides and Strategies Help your student learn good study skills with this great site that includes preparing for tests, basic writing skills, taking tests and more. Ten Tips for Parents - Helping Children with Math Ten practical tips from the Learning First Alliance to help parents assist their students with math. Science for Families Written for kids, this site features weekly science articles and projects, a featured book, hot topic and a directory of good science sites. Math Challenges for Families 80 puzzles that feature real-world math topics. Families can practice those important math skills and have fun at the same time. ALA Youth Book Awards Links to lists of award winning books from the American Library Association.
Learning Disabilities Sites Top of Page
Building partnerships between families, schools and communities. Specializing in information for parents of children with developmental disabilities in Michigan.

34. Special Education And Disabilities Resources
parents, Inc., is a multifaceted, comprehensive parent Directed Family was developedby staff from the michigan Department of education, Office of
Special Education and Disabilities Resources
Return to: The Resource Center
Index of Topics
General Resources
  • ADA and Disability Information Links to a large number of resources from Iowa State University
  • The Arc Home Page A national organization on mental retardation
  • Boys Town "Boys Town has a large variety of cutting-edge child-care programs to help children, families and other child-care providers"
  • Canine Companions for Independenc e a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve the needs of people with disabilities by providing trained service, hearing, and social dogs, and by providing continuing support to ensure the success of the working team
  • Central Iowa Center for Independent Living "The Central Iowa Center for Independent Living is a community based, non-profit, non-residential program serving persons with disabilities."
  • Children's Defense Fund " We pay particular attention to the needs of poor, minority, and disabled children. Our goal is to educate the nation about the needs of children and encourage preventive investment in children before they get sick, drop out of school, suffer family breakdown, or get into trouble."
  • Consortium on Inclusive Schooling Practices The Consortium on Inclusive Schooling Practices represents a collaborative effort to build the capacity of state and local education agencies to serve children and youth with and without disabilities in school and community settings.

35. Head Start Information And Publication Center: Parent Resources Internet Pathfin
has an Information and Public education Project designed parents which has safetytips, parent's Guide to Community/ This University of michigan site provides
Questions? Privacy Site Index Contact Us ... Contact Us
Parent Resources: An Internet Pathfinder
Resource Guides Introduction Child Care Child Development ... Special Needs Technology

Center for Neighborhood Technology

This Chicago-based organization produces several on-line publications and has pages on sustainable development, energy efficiency, and transportation issues within urban environments. It also has an Information and Public Education Project designed to promote empowerment and learning among community groups.
The Children's Partnership

TCP is a nonprofit organization focused on children's issues including children and the Internet. The site has an On-line Resource Center for parents which has safety tips, Parent's Guide to the Information Superhighway, and other Web resources. Spanish language and Italian language versions are available.
Children's Software Revue

This site offers a searchable database of over 3000 software programs for children with reviews and purchase information. The objective evaluation form helps adults and children gain critical perspective on software.
The Community Connector: Community Networks and Community Information Systems

36. Services And Departments
Instructional Services. Professional Development, parent resources/Safe andDrug Free Schools. michigan Department of education Field Services.
Services and
MCESA Site Map

Contact Us

Office of the Superintendent
Service and assistance to local schools. Liaison with Michigan Department of Education.
Information resource for Michigan School Code and governance rules for Michigan public schools. Administrative Services Human resources Personnel information Job Postings ... Michigan Department of Education Field Services Field Services Consultant for the Michigan Department of Education. Regional office serves all districts within MCESA , Arenac, Bay, Clare, Gladwin, Gratiot, and Isabella counties.
Events Services Directory ... Community Links

education in michigan, serving as a local school board trustee, a member of stateeducation, gifted advocacy, and legislative committees, and as a parent.
The liaisons are available to provide assistance and support to any group involved in the education of gifted students. Assistance may include: helping schools and school districts to become involved in the Midwest Talent Search or the Midwest Talent Search for Young Students ; assisting already participating schools to design educational and support programs for talent search students; and working with parent groups, other educational and state organizations, and institutions of higher education who are involved in gifted education. Michigan Liaison: Carol R. McCarthy Carol R. McCarthy is the Executive Director and founder of Academically Talented Youth Programs (ATYP) and Accelerated Pre-College Programs at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo. These programs provide high school and early college accelerated curriculum to Michigan's MTS students as a part of their school day. Carol has a long history of involvement with gifted education in Michigan, serving as a local school board trustee, a member of state education, gifted advocacy, and legislative committees, and as a parent. Because of Carol's long experience with the Talent Search process - both as a parent and administrator, she views MTS/MTSY as a research-based educational catalyst; objective, above-grade level assessment helps schools recognize the depth of students' potential and helps parents become informed advocates. In her view, objective student assessment combined with parent advocacy can make the goal possible. Tlent Search students will be matched with the curriculum they are ready to learn.

38. Parent News January-February 2001. Resources For Parents. Guides, Brochures, And
michigan Department of education 608 W for using the program, and a program summary;(2) bibliography of 12 resources for parents and parent educators and 20
Parent News for January-February 2001 Resources for Parents Guides, Brochures, and Fact Sheets R.E.A.D.Y.: Read, Educate and Develop Youth. Reading Plan for Michigan: Parent Information for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers [Kit with Videotape and Cassette]. (1998). Lansing: Michigan Department of Education. Michigan Department of Education
608 W. Allegan St.
Hannah Building
Lansing, MI 48933
Telephone: 877-997-3239 (toll-free)
Internet: Copeland, Tom. (2000). Hiring a Nanny: Your Tax Responsibilities as an Employer. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press. Redleaf Press
450 N. Syndicate, Suite 5
St. Paul, MN 55104
Telephone: 800-423-8309
Internet: Help Your Child Make Good Decisions [Videotape with User’s Guide]. (2000). Pleasantville, NY: Sunburst Technology. Sunburst Technology 101 Castleton St.

39. Education Links
Ohio Proficiency resources; parent resources; Pathways to School Colleges of EducationCleveland State University; DeweyWeb (University of michigan) (CNIDR);
Choose Location Alumni Calendar of Events Career Development Career Prep Consortium Community Services Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) Curriculum Educational Resources Education Web Sites Email Human Resources Ideas for Classroom Projects Performance Audit Proficiency Resources Online Research Sources PS21 Model Classrooms Staff Development Search Web Sites Technology Help Desk Technology Integration Video Collection Workshops
Instructional Resources

Educational Services

Central Office

Educational Resources
Staff Development

Practice Proficiency Tests

Classroom Ideas

Cleveland History

Education Links Plagiarism Research Search Links Video Collection
General Educational Resources
Lists Journals Organizations Colleges ... State

40. Cpaa
Technical Assistance Alliance for parent Training Info. Special education Link forTeachers and parents meet at Parkside Middle School in Jackson, michigan.
Internet Resources
See also our comprehensive list of electronic discussion lists West Virginia Part H Early Intervention West Virginia Directory of Early Intervention Programs Indiana's Early Intervention Program ... Nebraska Network for Children and Families , with subsections on Government Resources, Parent Resources, Teen Parent Project, Health Resources, Education Resources, Organizations, Miscellaneous Resources, NNCF Project Office and Reference Room, and also a large section on special education in NE and about preparing an IFSP. Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy Virginia Institute for Developmental Disabilities Parenting Web sites providing support and information to families of children with a gastrostomy:

Parent of children with feeding tubes report their successful tips.
Reviews supplies, feeding techniques, cleaning and care of the gastrostomy and equipment.

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