VENTURA COUNTY SELPA, JANUARY 2021
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
PREPARING FOR LIFE'S TRANSITIONS
Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
February 1, 4 - 6 p.m.
You are invited, please join us!
The Ventura County SELPA has a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) that facilitates communication between districts and families, has regular meetings to discuss issues with SELPA leadership, and provides parent trainings on topics such as the IEP process, behavior strategies, life after high school and social skills. The CAC promotes services and resources for special education students and their families. We meet in early September and on the first Monday of November, February and May. CAC Meeting Schedule
SAVE THE DATE
March 20, 9 - 12 p.m.
Spring Transition Fair
Help your young adult with disabilities ages 15-22 prepare for the quality adult life they envision.
Students, parents, teachers and care providers are invited to join us via Zoom for the Spring Transition Fair. Meet local agency representatives, and attend breakout sessions to assist with making lifelong decisions, managing resources, self-advocacy, benefits planning, the college application process, and resume building.
FUTURE SELPA EVENTS
TRI-COUNTIES REGIONAL CENTER
Tri-Counties Regional Center is one of twenty-one non-profit regional centers in California providing lifelong services and supports for people with developmental disabilities residing in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.
TCRC provides person and family-centered supports for individuals with developmental disabilities to maximize opportunities and choices for living, working, learning, and recreating in the community.
To nominate someone (Teacher, Student, Parent, Specialist) for "going above and beyond" in serving special education students and/or families, go to the SELPA website, click on "Information for Families" and look under CAC for an application.
VENTURA COUNTY SELPA
The Ventura County SELPA office is responsible for the implementation of the Ventura County Special Education Local Plan, and for ensuring a free appropriate public education to all students with identified disabilities according to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act PL 94-142 (amended by PL 108-446, 2004).
Local Plan Implementation
Interagency Coordination, Policies & Procedures
SELPA Office Operations
Related Staff: Adapted PE Teachers, Assistive Technology Assessment Center,
Orientation & Mobility Specialists, Residential Placement Consultants
Program & Personnel Development
ERSES Program & COEDS
Related Services Staff: Social/Emotional Services Specialists, DHH Teachers
SIRAS Support, Forms & Instructions
Pattern of Strengths & Weaknesses Model
Related Services Staff: Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, WorkAbility Specialists