Offline Materials

Offline Materials

Pathfinder offers wonderful handouts, kits, flip books and other resources for parents. These materials are not available online but are available in limited quantities to share with families. We have created some of these items ourselves, and many were developed by commercial companies. If you see a resource that you think will help your family or other parents, contact us to place an order. Remember, materials are FREE for parents while supplies last. We collaborate with many North Dakota organizations and schools to make these resources available to you.

Si su hijo tiene autismo o un trastorno relacionado, este manual es para usted.

This case study includes the statement of transition services written in narrative form, as well as examples of both formal and informal transition assessment. This case applies to a student with severe disabilities.

This case study includes the statement of transition services written in narrative form, as well as examples of both formal and informal transition assessment. This case applies to a student with mild disabilities who will attend a two-year technical school.

The transition assessment process must be structured so students with disabilities and/or their families can be active participants on the assessment team. This case study illustrates questions that can help turn a student's vision for the future into a reality.

Los padres tienen el derecho de averiguar si su hijo tiene una discapacidad, satisfacer las necesidades únicas de su hijo y tener su beneficio para el niño. Este folleto le ayudará a empezar ya entender los fundamentos de sus derechos como padres. (Parents have a right to find out if their child has a disability, meet their child’s unique needs, and have their child benefit. This booklet will help you get started and understand the basics of your rights as parents.)

Also available in English.

Parents have a right to find out if their child has a disability, meet their child’s unique needs, and have their child benefit. This booklet will help you get started and understand the basics of your rights as parents.

Also available in Spanish.

Puede hacerle seguimiento al desarrollo de su hijo si observa cómo juega, aprende, habla y actúa en general.

You can follow your child’s development by watching how he or she plays, learns, speaks, and acts.

OSERS issued this Q&A document to provide State educational agencies (SEAs), local educational agencies (LEAs), parents, advocacy organizations, and other interested parties with information regarding secondary transition for students with disabilities. This is one of a series of question and answer (Q&A) documents prepared by OSERS to address some of the most important issues raised by requests for clarification on a variety of high-interest topics.

This checklist is designed to give family members an easy to use list of topics that should be taken into consideration when discussing transition from high school to college.

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