The Education Service Center Region 19, has created a Crisis Response Website. The site includes Parent support for at-home-learning, instructional support for parents and teachers, Special Education live chats, meal finder, and official local and global Coronavirus information.
Click to learn about TEA guidance for Compensatory Services
Haga clic para obtener información sobre la orientación de TEA para los servicios compensatorios
Early Childhood Intervention, is a program that provides developmental services for infants to toddlers up to the age of three.
Head Start is a child development program that helps promote school readiness through preschool services.
The Parent Companion website was designed to help parents navigate through abundant resources available to parents raising a child with a disability.
Per the Texas Education Agency (TEA), The resources provided on this page have been developed to help ensure the experiences of students with disabilities and their families are considered as part of the TEA's special education monitoring process.
The Special Education Information Center (SPEDTex), is designed to provide parents support on the development and delivery of services to children with disabilities in Texas.
Understood helps provide support to parents so that they can make effective decisions that help their children thrive.
The Texas Transition and Employment Guide offers students, and parents information on post-secondary education and work opportunities.
Provides classroom accommodations for kids with sensory issues
The Child Mind Institute offers information and strategies on helping students with autism, mental health, and learning disabilities.
Wikilawn offers ideas to create a sensory-friendly backyard landscape for children with special needs.
- Parents Guide to the Admission, Review, and Dismissal Process
This guide is designed to assist parents in understanding your procedural rights in the decision-making process.
This guide is designed to assist parents of children with disabilities in understanding their rights under IDEA.