Video

 The Parents (32:16)
Get to know the six parents.  Learn more about them and their families.
 Mike and Judy - How To Have Fun As A Family (4:13)
Mike and Judy talk about having fun as a family even when family members have different interest.

Education


Education for children with I/DD from a parents perspective (14:12)
Five parents discuss their experiences with their children's education, going through individual education plan meetings, making friends, inclusive classrooms and graduation.
How to get the most out of an IEP meeting.  (8:52) Noelle Sisk provides recommendations for an effective Individual Education Plan meeting.
Brandy and David - The result of more general ed classes for their daughter  (4:51)
Brandy and David discuss what happened when they placed their daughter in general ed classes. 
Inclusive Classroom (4:28)
Brandy and David discuss the education model known as the Inclusive Classroom and how it applies to their daughter.
 What Is A Person Centered Plan (7:15)
Noelle Sisk from FACT describes a Person Centered Plan and how it can be used.
How to get more support for your child at school (1:26) 
Roberta Dunn discusses how to get more support for your child while attending school.
How to help your child from being bullied (2:04) 
Many children with disabilities experience bullying. Roberta Dunn discusses how to help prevent your child from being bullied.
Private school wasn't right for our son (1:15)
Mike and Judy share why private school wasn't the best choice for their son.

Advocacy

Advocacy (20:35)
Six parents discuss their experiences with advocacy and State Representative Sara Gelser shares her point of view from a legislative standpoint.
Mentor Advocates (2:18)
Representative Sara Gelser explains the importance of doing advocacy in a group and the importance of mentoring advocates.

Why are advocates important (1:12)
Representative Sara Gelser explains why advocates are important.

Support

Benton County Developmental Disabilities Program (9:38)
Jasper Smith of BCDDP describes the resources they offer to people with developmental disabilities.   These services are not uncommon in other counties or communities throughout the U.S.
Parent to Parent Support (5:25)
Noelle Sisk of FACT explains Parent to Parent Support.






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