Advocacy

 
 

– IEP –

Effective advocacy starts with educating yourself. Make sure you understand your child’s disability and learning style. Become knowledgeable about your child’s school program, and learn about your rights and responsibilities under the law. As a key member of your child’s Team, your goal is to work collaboratively with teacher and other professionals.

– Life Skills –

The Educational Life CouncilĀ  at J.C.D. offers each youth and family the opportunity to find whatever they need, or at least get them pointed in the right direction. We believe youth/families should have access/exposure to the resources ready, and available all around them.

– Community Referrals –

At J.C.D. we don’t “compete” by duplicating services offered by neighboring programs. We’d rather refer youth and families to other community based programs offering services we don’t provide. In return, We embellish the greatness of our city, and the works of other organizations while creating a “win-win” for all involved.

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