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(2017, February) | Useful to Parent Centers and others working with adolescents to promote their skills of self-regulation. Self-regulation refers to one’s ability to manage emotions and impulses. Adolescence and young adulthood are times of both risk and opportunity with regard to self-regulation. This 6-page brief describes the importance of self-regulation for adolescents and young adults […]

(2017, February) | Useful to Parent Centers and others working with children and adolescents to cultivate their skills of self-regulation. Self-regulation refers to one’s ability to manage emotions and impulses. This 3-page brief discusses how self-regulation develops over time from birth through young adulthood and then highlights 7 key principles that summarize a framework for understanding how self-regulation […]

(2016, December) | Useful to Parent Centers for sharing with staff, students with disabilities, families, schools, and other stakeholders. The Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education has released a suite of resources on the use of restraint and seclusion in public schools. This suite includes the following: Dear Colleague Letter on […]

(2016) | Useful to Parent Centers and all education stakeholders engaged in trying to create positive school climates and reduce disproportionality. This page of resources at the U.S. Department of Education is really a suite of resources that connects you with the latest data and thinking on suspension and expulsion of students from school. The […]

A webinar for the Parent Center Network Listen to the webinar and view the slides Download Webinar slideshow presentation and transcript Handouts Webinar Date: Friday, September 16, 2016 Hosts: Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR) Presenters: Renee Bradley Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) U.S. Department of Education Diane Smith Howard National Disability Rights Network […]

Links updated, September 2016 Behavior at school. What a gigantic topic, for families and schools alike. CPIR is pleased to connect you with resources for helping children with disabilities with respect to behavior at school. School presents a unique challenge for children with behavior issues. Teachers need tools to use to help provide support and […]

Links updated, September 2016 The CPIR is pleased to connect you with sources of information for helping your child with his or her behavior at home. Having a child with challenging behavior can affect the entire family, and family members often find the need for more information and guidance in this difficult area. The resources listed […]

Links updated, September 2016 Why is a student exhibiting challenging behavior? Behavioral assessments can help you answer that question. They also are helpful in developing a behavioral intervention plan that reduces problem behavior, including positive behavior supports. The CPIR is pleased to focus this page in the Behavior Suite on these three elements: conducting behavioral assessments, developing behavior plans, and providing positive […]

Links updated, September 2016 The CPIR is pleased to connect you with sources of information for helping children who have behavior challenges. This page in our Behavior Suite focuses on where to access Behavior Expertise. Find who’s who in the behavior field and where to go for more information, reading, links, and assistance. The list below […]

Links updated, September 2016 About behavior in Spanish | Sobre la conducta en español The CPIR is pleased to connect you with sources of information for helping children who have behavior challenges. Because “behavior” is such a huge topic, we’ve divided the subject up into separate pages to make digesting it more manageable! The separate […]