Updates

Episode 10: Behavior Interventions for Students with Disabilities

  Hello everyone! We are back in Episode 10 with Debbie Schutt. She is part of the Parent Network Family and is our Behavioral Support. We learn about possible behavioral interventions for students with disabilities by listening to some case scenarios. Do you have difficulty with time limits on devices in your home such as

Kindercamp – for Children Entering Kindergarten

About Kindercamp Kindercamp is a program specifically designed to ease the transition for children (and their families) entering kindergarten. Kindercamp is embedded within a graduate course offered by the College of Education, and introduces children to various developmentally appropriate learning experiences and activities that build upon and strengthen skills necessary for kindergarten. Activities focus on

NYSED Parent Dashboard

NYSED Parent Dashboard NYSED is gathering feedback from parents and stakeholders to guide the work of developing the Parent Dashboard. NYSED will use this feedback to identify the data that is most useful to parents and the public. Please distribute this five-minute survey which will inform us how we can make the Parent Dashboard as useful as

Episode 9: Court Working with Educators and the Community

***disclaimer:  Some gang references included and community violence.*** In this week’s episode Laura and Katie speak with Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn. This interview helps to clarify the role of District Attorney Flynn in our community and what his prosecution of an individual with a disability can look like. He offers some insight

Accessible Academics!

We have BIG transition news to share with you! A new non-profit agency in WNY is currently expanding and seeking new students for the Fall 2019 semester! Accessible Academics is to provide transition support exclusively to students with varying abilities who are seeking a credit or certificate bearing post-secondary education. With the help of this

New York State Announces February SNAP Benefits Being Issued Early Due to Federal Government Shutdown

Most New Yorkers Receiving SNAP Will Get Full February Benefits by January 17 The New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance today announced that most recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive their full February benefits early, due to the ongoing federal government shutdown. Current SNAP recipients may receive their