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Rehabilitation Service Administration Parent Information and Training Projects
Developed by the Technical Assistance on Transition and the Rehabilitation Act
(TATRA) Project, a project of PACER Center
Paula Goldberg, PACER Executive Director
Deborah Leuchovius, TATRA Project Director
Special thanks to Timothy Muzzio, Ellen Chesley, and Tom Finch at the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration.
Thanks to Professor Susan Hasazi, University of Vermont, who worked with the TATRA Project and the staff of RSA-funded parent training projects to develop the forms and questions used to collect this information.
Table of Contents
- Report Summary
- Introduction: From Access to Achievement
- RSA Parent Programs Help Individuals with Disabilities and Their Families
- RSA Parent Program Data 2005-2006
- Who Benefits?
- Assist Parents Youth and Professionals
- Disabilities of Youth Served
- Ages of Youth Served
- Help Families of Diverse Backgrounds
- Help Families Work with VR Agencies
- Help Parents Obtain Needed Services
- Increase Parents' Confidence
- Workshop Information is Useful
- Information Meets Individual Needs
- RSA Parent Information and Training Project Help Parents
- Informed Choice
- Access to Services
- Sharing with Other Families
- Knowledgeable, Supportive Staff
- About TATRA
- About PACER Center
- Currently Funded RSA Parent Information and Training Projects
©2007, PACER Center, Inc.
This booklet is funded in part by PR/Award #H235G0200002 from the U.S. Department of Education.
Views in this book do not necessarily reflect the opinions of funders.