Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands presents Special Education panel
Are you a parent or a caregiver of a child with a disability and want more information about Special Education services in the local school systems?
If so, you should consider attending an upcoming group discussion hosted by a panel of Special Education advocates that includes former educators, parents, social workers and Special Education specialists.
The purpose of the panel is to assist families with finding solutions to barriers and gaining strategies to navigate the Special Education System. Topics discussed will include: ARDs, IEPs, 504s, FBAs, etc.
Here’s what you need to know if you want to go:
What: Panel discussion on accessing Special Education for your child with disabilities
When: 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Friday, February 21
Where: Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands, Second Floor Conference Room B
Panelist: Becky Nguyen, Gail Wright, Veronica Garcia, Sidney Wohlman, Louis Geigerman
RSVP: To reserve your place, register online, contact Jessavia Sampson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (832) 828-4179.
For over 50 years, the Meyer Center for Developmental Pediatrics has provided medically directed diagnostic services for infants, children and adolescents spanning the full spectrum of developmental-behavioral pediatrics – from intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and cerebral palsy to learning disabilities, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and developmental coordination disorders. The Meyer Center also provides medically directed developmental evaluations for children at increased risk for developmental-behavioral disorders due to prematurity or other neonatal complications, medical conditions such as congenital heart disease or neurologic disorders, genetic syndromes, or adverse psychosocial experiences.
In addition to evaluating patients referred to the Meyer Center for Developmental Pediatrics, Meyer Center physicians provide services through the Autism Center at Texas Children's Hospital and participate in subspecialty clinics, including:
- Desmond Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic
- Down Syndrome Clinic
- Spina Bifida Program
- Cardiac Developmental Outcomes
- Fragile X Clinic
- Cerebral Palsy Clinic
- SOAR Program (High Risk Neonatal Follow Up clinic) - only available at Texas Children's Hospital The Woodlands
- Tuberous Sclerosis Clinic
- International Adoption Clinic