January EPLAC meeting features BHDDH, ORS talk

Posted 1/19/23

The East Providence Local Advisory Committee For Special Education (EPLAC) welcomes all to attend the January 2023 meeting to be held on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. in the Martin Middle School …

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January EPLAC meeting features BHDDH, ORS talk

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The East Providence Local Advisory Committee For Special Education (EPLAC) welcomes all to attend the January 2023 meeting to be held on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. in the Martin Middle School Library, 111 Brown St.

This meeting will feature a Transition to Adulthood Workshop with shared information and resources from BHDDH (Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities & Hospitals) and ORS (Office of Rehabilitation Services) offices. The transition to adulthood process for special education students begins at age 14. Middle and high school parents will benefit greatly from this workshop. For more information, contact: eplac@epschoolsri.com

The public is welcome to attend all EPLAC meetings. Do you have a student receiving special services in school this year? EPLAC can support you to become an advocate for your child’s special education. Come, meet the committee, other parents, and E.P. school personnel. Through meetings and workshops, EPLAC focuses on current issues regarding special education and your child. Be sure to check out the EPLAC on Facebook for informative and helpful information.

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