Information and Events for Parents & Guardians
The Bureau of Special Education sponsors a toll-free Special Education ConsultLine to serve families and advocates who have questions or concerns about their child’s special education program or who are seeking information and resources related to special education. The ConsultLine can be reached via phone (1-800-879-2301), email ([email protected]), or through the Office for Dispute Resolution (ODR) website (

PVSD - COVID19 Special Education Letter - March 30 .pdf

parent resources.pdf
parent resources-cdc.pdf

Parent Resources to use during COVID 19
LVPM OTA Lesson Planner 2020.03.23.xlsx
LVL Memo.pdf

Speech and Language
100 Free TpT products for Speech Therapy Home Packets.pdf
Earth Day Scavenger Hunt.pdf

Physical Therapy Activities to Practice at Home
Physical Therapy Activities to Practice at Home.docx

Occupational Therapy
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Spring Home Packet - FREE.pdf 

Adolescent Social Skills Program for Autistic Youth : Adolescent Social Skills Participants Dissemination Flyer Nov 2014.pdf

HEART Flyer.pdf

Community of Practice:  Supporting Families Throughout the Lifespan
Invitation to Participate
CoP Session Invite.docx

Community Eligibility Provision - FREE lunch and breakfast
Free Lunch and Breakfast.pdf

Effective Communication By School Districts
effective communication -2.pdf

Video You Should Watch

BrainSTEPS Brain Injury School Re-Entry Program

Community And Residential Empowerment Services
Community Based Day Programs
Grand Opening Flyer.pdf
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Grand Opening Flyer-1.docx

Beginning June 2016
Admission Criteria.pdf

Finally, the College Board makes it easier for Students with Disabilities to get SAT Accommodations
College Board and SAT Accommodations, December 2, 2016.pdf

ODP News
February 2017 ODP News.pdf

Special Needs Art Class & Acrylics for Special Needs
The Art Establishment_Special Needs classes-1.pdf

Anthracite Center for Independent Living
CC Disability Action Crew.doc

CHIP school_flyer_english_spanish.pdf

504 Plans
504 Plans In Service.pptx

Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)
Specially Designed Instruction.pptx

Gifted Education.pptx

About and How to For Parents.docx

Child Find Notices
Child Find - FERPA 2018 8.5 x 11.pdf
Child Find - FERPA 2018 8.5 x 11 - SPANISH.pdf
Special Education Services Notice 2018.doc
Special Education Services Notice 2018 - SPANISH.doc

Family Reference Guide

School Flyer Letter.pdf
CHIP School Flyer.pdf

PBS Learning at Home

Care Star
Community to Home Flyer.pdf
Community to Home Referral Form.pdf
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Path to the Future
Started September 9, 2021
Concluding May 20, 2022
2021-22 Path to the Future Family Sessions.pdf

PA State Bio Collection
Letter to parents re PA State Police Bio Form.docx
PSP Lehighton Biographical Information Form.pdf


Try this calming technique:

Act 55 of 2022 Student Enrollment Notification Form
for the 2022-23 School Year 
Act 55 Student Grade Level Retainment Notification Form-fillable.pdf

Due Process Parent Guide


Alcohol Rehab Help

"Resources for Parents of Children With Disabilities," published by Speech Pathology Masters Programs. This guide offers an extensive list of supportive resources for parents of children with disabilities. It includes resources regarding autism spectrum disorder, deaf and hard of hearing children, and speech and language disorders. The guide also includes resources for parent support groups and financial assistance information.
Transition Academy
Social Club
For Students with Disabilities
Transition Academy.pdf

Join us for a week of Virtual Summits to hear from experts on Long Term Planning and Housing Options.
Summits will be held virtually from 9:30am- 3:30pm.

Monday, December 12- Northeast

Tuesday, December 13- Southeast

Wednesday, December 14- South Central

Thursday, December 15- Central

Friday, December 16- West

Seminar Sessions Each Day Will Include

-Keynote Speaker: David Gates Housing-

Options for Future Planning


-Planning Across the Spectrum-

Neurodiverse and Disability Financial Planning Services


-Q&A Panel with Leading Experts-

Special Needs Attorney, Financial Planner, PA ABLE

-Planning Across the Spectrum-

Financial Planning and Money Skills for People with Disabilities by People with Disabilities

A unique presentation will be given each day at 11:00am by Neurodiverse and Disability Financial Planning Services. This series will focus on helping families and self advocates themselves on preparing for the future and financial planning

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Transition Academy
Social Club
For Students with Disabilities
TASC Flyer - Winter Session 1.9.2023_Carbon County.pptx