SEDRA: Special Education Disabilities Resources & Advocacy

 

Navigating the Special Education maze is hard, SEDRA makes it Easy!

Join me on Wednesday, February 24, 2010 at the Baltimore On  Purpose Women's Networking meeting.  I am one of this month's feature members. My presentation will touch on the shift in focus of SEDRA to increase awareness of resources and the special education process.  The venue is Mystical Voyage Cafe in White Marsh, MD.  The time is 5:30pm-9pm.  I look forward to seeing you there.

Are the cuts in DDA funding affecting you or someone you care about?  Let DDA know how funding cuts affect services and you.

For more information on the cuts go to http://www.endthewaitnow.com/.
We had a large turnout at the November 16, 2009 meeting in Baltimore City.  Over 100 people attended and CNN was there. Over 600 attended the Montgomery County meeting.  Come out and show your support.  If you didn't make it to a meeting, contact your representative in Annapolis.  Let them know how you feel! 

This Monday, February 22, 2010 is an important day for Baltimore County families of children with special needs.  It is time to voice how well the county schools are servicing your children.   Come to one of the five forum sites 

  Charlesmont Elementary, 7800 W. Collingham Drive, Baltimore, MD 21222.

  Church Lane Elementary, 3820 Fernside Road, Randallstown, MD 21133.

   Dogwood Elementary, 7215 Dogwood Road, Baltimore, MD 21244.

   Padonia International Elementary, 9834 Greenside Drive, Cockeysville, MD 21030.

 Vincent Farm Elementary, 6019 Ebenezer Road, Baltimore, MD 21162
IThe times are 7pm-8pm.  You get 3 minutes of comments.  Make sure to bring your comments in writing and provide them to the district representatives.  I will be at Church Lane.  Let us see a good turn out for our kids. 

Join the Baltimore County Public School's Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC). We meet the second Monday of the month from 7pm to 9pm at the ESS building on Charles Street. 

The next meeting of the Baltimore County SECAC is Monday,  March 8, 2010.  Our special  guest  will be Baltimore County Superintendent  of Schools, Dr.  Joe  A. Hairston. Come with your questions/concerns/ comments. This is our most popular meeting.

Not a resident of Baltimore County, all school districts are required to have a SECAC.  Go to your school district website to find out the information.

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!