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Parents Guide to Special Education in Missouri - August 2017

State Plan for Special Education - July 2017


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Parent's Rights Under IDEA Webinar (Adobe Connect) - July 2017

Parent's Rights Under IDEA Webinar (PowerPoint) - July 2017

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Lincoln County Resource Guide



The Missouri Youth Leadership Forum announces the 17th Annual Statewide Youth Leadership Forum. This year's forum is a unique training opportunity that will focus on cultivating leadership, citizenship, social, and career development skills.  

The forum will be held on the University of Missouri campus in Columbia, Missouri, July 16-20, 2019, and is open to all high school students with disabilities ages 16-21 at no cost. The Governor's Council on Disability is currently accepting applications for this event through March 31, 2019. 

For additional information and to complete the application, please visit the website at or contact Rachel Rackers at 573-751-2600. 




The Parent Training and Support Group is finally ready to rock and roll.  We had our first training Monday and will be meeting every Monday throughout the whole school year. Please help spread the word to parents!  Here's what they need to join:

FREE Parent Support and Training
2018-2019 School Year
Monday’s from 6:00pm-8:00pm
St. Charles, Missouri
Attend remotely through Gotowebinar (GTW link below)

Amy Buie and her Team of BCBA’s will be providing parent training and support once a week throughout the 2018-2019 School year including topics for working with and decreasing challenging behavior such as meltdowns and refusals.  Also, training will also include teaching new skills such as tolerating no, flexibility, social skills, executive function skills and problem solving. All training is FREE and can be attended live or through GTW.
There will be Two sessions Running each week with core training for one hour.

6:00-6:30 ABA 101
Basic Terms and Technology in Applied Behavior Analysis

Training Track Number #1 
Behavior Strategies for Individuals with Verbal Language Repertoires
Training Track Number # 2
Behavior Strategies for Individuals with Limited Language Repertoires

Question and Answer/Specific Case Study Analysis/ACT for parents
To Log on Remotely using GotoMeeting:
ABA 101 (6:00-6:30)
Training Track #1 (Verbal Language Repertoires) with Amy Buie (6:30-7:30)
Q and A/Case Study/ACT for parents (7:30-8:00)
Training Track #2 (Limited Verbal Language Repertoires) with Amanda Foulke (6:30-7:30)
To Join the parent mailing list:
Parent Shared Drive (Resources, dates, recorded sessions, handouts, etc.):