Thank you for registering for our upcoming web stream event, POPARD’s Introduction to Navigating BC’s School System – For Families of Children with ASD.
Date: Friday, November 15, 2019
Please download your copy of the event handout prior to the event. This is for participants of this workshop only. Do not copy or share this document
Certificates of Attendance
Certificates of attendance for this workshop will be sent via email 1-2 business days after the event.
Troubleshooting Live Stream Issues
Please view these instructions from our webcasting partner XE Live on how to setup your live stream for optimal viewing. Most issues can be fixed by using an updated web browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome. Please use the live chat during the event or email [email protected] if you experience issues that can’t be fixed by using the instructions above.
Featured videos from Autism Videos at ACT
- The Essentials of Advocacy: A Parent’s Guide to Advocating for their Child with Diverse Needs
More details on how to document your concerns and the advocacy process.
- Education, Integration, Inclusion – Key Information for Parents of Children with Diverse Needs
This has info on psycho-ed assessments and how school districts need to act on the information.
Chapters from ACT’s Autism Manual for BC on the B.C. education system and on advocating within it:
|The B.C. Education System – An Introduction for Parents of Students with ASD
|The Role of Parental Advocacy in Navigating the B.C. School System
BCEd Access Resources: https://inclusionbc.org/our-resources/parent-handbook/
Video modeling: Resources on the Autism Information Database
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New ACT Guides for Schools and on Mental Health
ACT has prepared a new set of guides to our free online resources, including Autism Videos @ ACT. These guides are organized to help educators, mental health professionals, and families to discover the many resources that ACT offers.
Visit the ACT Print Materials page to download these guides. ACT can mail copies to your school or organization upon request.