2022 Wrightslaw Conference Q&A Session

The Parents’ Place of MD proudly presents the virtual 2022 Wrightslaw Special Education Law & Advocacy Conference!

We will be hosting a follow-up Question & Answer session with Pete Wright after our 2-day Wrightslaw Special Education Law & Advocacy Conference on November 16 and 17.

Be sure to join us to get all your questions answered!

This Q&A session will be held virtually!

Wrightslaw 2022 Flyer

Purchase your family ticket here.

Purchase your professional ticket here.

What To Do During a Traffic Stop – Practice sessions for drivers and passengers with developmental disabilities

EVERYONE feels anxiety when they see that police car light up behind them and may worry about what will happen next. Practice being pulled over by Anne Arundel County Police Officers in a calm environment. The goal is to have a safe interaction during a traffic stop. This program is offered to drivers and passengers of any age with a developmental disability free of charge.Registration is required. Register here!

Child Find and How to Refer – Age 3-21

This document describes the school systems’ obligation to locate, identify and evaluate children who are suspected of having a disability; ages 3-21. Local “Maryland Child Find” phone numbers are provided.

Resource: PDF Child Find and How to Refer - Age 3-21
Resources for Crisis Intervention

Watch this webinar to learn about crisis, how to move away from a crisis, and trauma.

Resource: PPMD Webinar
Maryland School for the Deaf

The Maryland School for the Deaf is Maryland’s school for the Deaf and hard of hearing students.

Resource: URL Maryland School for the Deaf

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