“Special education is a service, not a place.”
About Autism: Diagnosis and Early Intervention
The number of children with autism has increased dramatically in recent years. In KET’s two About Autism programs, Kentucky experts offer advice for parents and educators on the identification of autism, successful early intervention, and educational practices that help children with autism achieve to their full potential in school.
Your Child with Special Needs: Public School Resources
These two hour-long panel discussion programs from KET are designed for parents and educators of children with special needs. Public School Resources examines issues and options within the public education system, while From High School to Community focuses on post-high school options.
Exploring the Role of the Special Education Paraeducator
This six-part professional development seminar is designed for special education paraeducators at all levels. The programs outline the various roles played by the paraprofessional working with special-needs students, including team member, instructor, connector, and personal-needs aide, and offer valuable advice on working with education colleagues and family members. Program 6 aso includes tips for administrators of special education programs.