Training offered for parents seeking assistance with students with special needs

Parents and caregivers can learn how to become more involved with a child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) needs for the new school year.

The Parent Network of WNY is conducting a free two-part training on understanding the special education process with online videos and activities which are completed prior to a 9AM to 11AM Saturday, September 17, videoconferencing session.

Further information and registration are available at or (716) 332-4170.

The network also provides support through programs, services and workshops to families of children at every age level, from Pre-K to transitioning from college to adulthood.
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Helping identify needed services is among focuses of Allegany Hope as we encourage individuals and families to help one another by becoming involved with our free community Information Ambassador initiative for spreading the word about Building Healthy Communities Through Healthy FamiliesTM.

Volunteer Ambassadors assist in various areas of need which you, yourself, may have identified and have a passion for as it relates to greater community awareness, education and action that lead to positive impact in all areas of everyday life.

Learn more at or by contacting us at or (484) 435-0503.