Meghan Rodo is like many 20-year-olds, leading a busy life with friends and her boyfriend, and planning for the day she can move out of her parents’ Reisterstown home and in with a roommate.
Decoding Dyslexia Maryland is a grassroots movement driven by Maryland families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public and non-public schools.
Dr. Cole Galloway, a professor in the department of physical therapy at the University of Delaware and the founder of GoBabyGo, an organization that modifies kids’ toys, like Fisher-Price Power Wheels jeeps, so that children with even the most severe mobility issues can still use them.
Americans with disabilities are entitled to the same rights and freedoms as any other citizen — including the right to dignity and respect in the workplace.
With over 300 attendees from across Maryland, Intersect exceeded expectations as a day for community learning and idea sharing for the residents of our state.
Children ages 3 through 5 who have a disability as defined by one of the categories listed below are eligible for preschool services provided through the local school system. In some local school systems preschool children may also be eligible if they meet the criteria of Developmental Delay. In Maryland, the categories of disability include: […]
Assistant State Superintendent, Marcella E. Franczkowski presented Maryland’s comprehensive approach to understanding the whole child at the Western Maryland Consortium conference: Understanding Anxiety, ADHD and the Brain: a conference designed to help parents, families, caregivers, and professionals better understand the physiological connections between these conditions. The conference was held at the Washington County Technical High School […]
Please join us in this 2-day workshop by Patty Cotton, a national expert in Person-Centered Planning for individuals with disabilities.
This road map is designed to help you understand your rights and responsibilities as a member of your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) team.
Follow pathways to all the ways to narrow the gap for children and students with disabilities.