The Ohio Coalition for The Education of Children with Disabilities

The Ohio Coalition for The Education of Children with Disabilities

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OCECD is a statewide nonprofit organization that serves families of infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities in Ohio.
The Ohio Coalition for The Education of Children with Disabilities
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At a Glance: Anatomy of an IEP

An Individualized Education Program (IEP) plan lays out what special education and related services your child will get from her school. Learn about the parts of an IEP.

10 Apps to Help Kids With Note-Taking

10 Apps to Help Students with Note-taking. Does your child need help with taking notes? These note-taking apps could help students with dysgraphia and other learning issues take notes and organize them.

Video: Inside a Dyslexia Evaluation

Have you ever wondered what happens in an education evaluation? Watch this video for an inside look at how a child gets tested for dyslexia.

Webinar: Writing Instruction for Kids With Dysgraphia

The rules of phonics help kids make connections between written letters and letter combinations and word sounds. Take a look at these phonics rules that help kids learn to read and spell.

Download: Sample 504 Plan for a Child With ADHD

Looking for a sample 504 plan for ADHD? Use this printable template to help you work with your child& school to create a 504 plan.

Ready for the new school year? Our First-Day Ready guide has tailored resources that fit your child& struggles and strengths. Dive in.

Why I Feel Invisible at IEP Meetings (a Dad’s View)

When the IEP meeting starts and the school staff asks for parent questions, all heads turn to his wife.

The Difference Between a School Identification and a Clinical Diagnosis

Kids may be diagnosed or identified with learning and attention issues. Learn about the difference between a special education identification and a clinical diagnosis.

Download: Parent-Child Behavior Contracts

Behavior contracts can help keep kids on track and reduce family battles. Use these sample behavior contracts to create one that works for your family.

Download: Parent-Teacher Conference Worksheet

Parent Teacher Conference Worksheet - Parent-teacher conferences can be intimidating. Planning ahead can help you have a confident conversation. (Room for notes on the worksheet.

How to Tell If Your Child’s IEP Goals Are SMART

Find out how to tell if your child's annual IEP goals are SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, results-oriented and time-based. Here's how to recognize SMART IEP goals.