“Accessible design is good design.”
— Steve Ballmer, American businessman and former CEO of Microsoft
This issue of the Buzz announces a wave of new PDFs that CPIR has created for many of our most popular resources for parents. We know that Parent Centers frequently share resources with their families about bread-and-butter topics such evaluating children for disabilities, parental rights, IEPs, the steps involved in the special education process, and so on. Having accessible PDFs (yes, accessible!) that are easy to email, print, copy, and use as handouts makes it that much easier to share key information directly with parents.
We’ve posted the new PDFs (and often accessible Word files as well) on key-topic webpages that are highly visited, and you’ll find many of them listed (for starters) in this issue of the Buzz.
Do let us know if these PDFs are useful to you and the families you serve!
The CPIR Team
Parent Rights | Main Pages and PDFs
The Special Education Process | Main Pages and PDFs
Potpourri of Topics | Main Pages and PDFs
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