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Extractions: Hawaii Association of Independent Schools HAIS/LavaNet Internet Access : Interested in connecting to the Internet from home? HAIS has a special agreement with LavaNet (a local Internet Service Provider) so staff and students of independent schools can get a special educational rate on their home connection. Click here for more information or to sign up. A great way for parents to save money! EDUCATION WORKS HAWAII Shop with us for all of your educational needs including, classroom supplies, teaching materials, educational toys and games and so much more! Parent Line Questions on parenting? Call 526-1222 (Neighbor Islands call ). Our hats off to this outstanding free local service. Whether you have a new born or a young adult, this is the number to call to get answers to your child rearing questions. Hawaii Association for the Education of Young Children
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Extractions: Parent Preparation and Planning checklist created by: The Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii. LARC's education program on Indivualized Education Plans (IEP) includes yearly workshops and information disseminated via our website. The LARC staff is available to attend IEP/Special Education meetings. The fee will be $50 per hour starting August 1, 2002. There will be a sliding fee scale available based on income or extenuating circumstances. Please feel free to inquire about these reduced fees. As before, there will be no charge for consults conducted over the phone. In addition to the hourly fee, each person must be a current LARC member. An individual membership costs $15. You can download a membership application at www.loudoun-arc.org.
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Extractions: The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
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Extractions: Resources The following are links to resources addressing primary health, substance abuse, mental health, sexually transmitted diseases, and violence prevention. The Center for Disease Control promotes health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury, and disability. The Division of Adolescents School Health provides many resources . In order to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and keeping our youth safe, there are other agencies making a difference as well. Health Resources and Services Administration takes the lead, directs programs and activities and advises the Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Key resources can be found by searching the HRSA Resources and Referral Database The Department of Health and Human Services is the agency ensuring the health and protection of all Americans, especially those who are least able to help themselves. There are several great resources for
Extractions: Fax: (808) 254-6575 YFF was established in Kaneohe in 1991 by Victoria Lewis, M.ED/MFCC, a licensed Marriage and Family Counselor and former school teacher, remedial reading specialist, and high school counselor. Victoria has worked with students with learning difficulties since 1979 and has a wealth of experience in helping them with their needs. YFF tutors and teaches to each student's natural learning strengths based on Howard Gardner's "7 Intelligences and Learning Styles." One-on-One Academic Tutoring
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Extractions: Home The Department of Education provides special education and related services to children, age 3 to 20, who meet the eligibility requirements due to a disability that affects their educational success. Special Education is specially designed instruction to meet the unique learning needs of students who required Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Related services are transportation and developmental, corrective and supportive services that are required to assist a child with a disability in benefiting from special education. These related services include, but are not limited to speech-language therapy, audiology, psychological services, physical and occupational therapy, counseling services and parent counseling and education. Services may be provided in a variety of settings based on the student's needs and are providede in keeping with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Hawaii's local implementing law relating to special educationChapter 56. All services are provided at no cost to the parent.
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Extractions: Following the introduction of Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) to fifth and sixth graders, school administrators and adults associated with the program saw a need to involve the family and community in the prevention effort. It was felt that families and communities have the greatest affect on child rearing practices, attitudes, values and behaviors which may in turn influence whether children will abuse drugs or become involved in violence. Current research in this area substantiates these perceptions and reinforces the need to involve families in prevention programs. The Illinois State Police, in cooperation with the Prevention Resource Center and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, designed this program for families and other interested adults in order to enhance their knowledge and the skills needed to reduce children's risks of substance abuse and violent activity.
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Extractions: Recent educational research has shown that students who have a general idea of what their career interests are do better academically than those who have no idea what they might want to do when they enter the world of work. In response to this understanding, the Hawaii State Department of Education in partnership with the University of Hawaii and the Governor's Office of Career and Technical Education, has developed a Career Pathway system in which students can take exploratory to specific career courses in high school. check out these links: This Agricultural Technology unit, developed by Janean Serrao, now the Ag Teacher at Kea'au HS, is a fine example of the way in which the study of natural resources, science, language arts and technology may be integrated in a standards-based framework. This site is maintained by
Extractions: The High/Scope Educational Research Foundation, in collaboration with the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), established the Program Recognition Project to identify programs offering high-quality services and above-average staff compensation, while maintaining affordable fees for families. One hundred and four programs either applied or were nominated to be considered by the Program Recognition Project. Through initial reviews and on-site assessments, the High/Scope staff selected ten exemplary programs. These programs represented a range of service types and reflected a diversity of affiliations. Almost all of the programs share certain features and goals that point to some keys to success for achieving high-quality care and education, good compensation for staff, and fees that are affordable to parents. The following are the common characteristics of the selected exemplary programs that make child care work for everyone. These programs:
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