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November 11, 2016
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A Sweet Way to Give Back!
 

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Champions of Inclusion
December 5-9, 2016
This year, the Inclusive Schools Week’s theme focuses on the concept of being a hero. This is particularly fitting because the definition of a hero, a person noted for courageous acts of nobility of character, resonates with all of the students, parents, teachers, principals and community leaders who take courageous steps forward each day to promote acceptance for all. As we celebrate inclusion you may want to download some special wallpapers to your computer or device!
 
 
Early Childhood Inclusion
Friendship might look like an inspired moment, but there’s a science to planting the seeds that encourage connections to bloom. The National Inclusion Project has created a model that builds inclusive friendships for all children, called the Science of Friendship. Check out this is a step-by-step guide, which helps adults connect children of all abilities to help them build friendships.
 
 
Early Childhood Check-In: Baby IDEA is 30!
OSEP celebrated the 30th Anniversary of IDEA's early childhood provisions earlier this month, sharing perspectives from families, researchers, policy makers, advocates and more. Visit the 30th Anniversary page for access to our video playlist-- including a wonderful message from ED Secretary John King. From this page, you can also view the Google Hangout, which featured practitioners who highlighted the importance of PL 99-457. Don't forget to visit the OSERS Blog and Twitter (#babyIDEAis30) for some amazing stories and resources! Read More . . .
 
 


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Helping to Keep Your Family Strong During Military Family Month
Military service is characterized by hard work and sacrifice, and families give service members the love and support they need to function well and stay mission ready. November is Military Family Month, and we salute the strength and vibrancy of our military families. There are also many services through the DoD and Military OneSource to help keep families healthy and strong.
Here are some highlights . . .
 
 
Geoboard App
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Geoboard is a tool for exploring a variety of mathematical topics introduced in the elementary and middle grades. Learners stretch bands around the pegs to form line segments and polygons and make discoveries about perimeter, area, angles, congruence, fractions, and more.

This virtual version of the manipulative is an open-ended educational tool, ideal for elementary classrooms and other learning environments. It also is a great app for learning how to navigate different devises.

      -Happy Apping
Geoboard, by The Math Learning Center by Clarity Innovations
Download Geoboard App in the Apple App Store     Download Geoboard App in the Google Play Store
 
Policy Progress Report on Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Assistive Technology (AT)
Technology is an essential element for citizenship and inclusion of people with disabilities. In October, the National Council on Disability (NCD) released their annual progress report which focuses this year on Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Assistive Technology in education, employment, health and well-being, and independent living. The report provides insight into both the current barriers and the possible innovations of the future related to technology. Recommendations to leaders, the technology industry and local communities are offered, including a Technology Bill of Rights for People with Disabilities.
Read More . . .

 
Evidence-Based Practices in Education
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The National Early Childhood Transition Center's mission is to examine factors that promote successful transitions between infant/toddler programs, preschool programs, and public school programs for young children with disabilities and their families.
Visit Transition TiPS, a web-based toolkit to assist in identification of specific practices and strategies.
 
 
PEP Webinars
 
These webinars allow you to take a short break to get the information you need without leaving your home or work. Click the links below to get a description and register for these amazing webinars.
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>> Planning for Change - School to Adult Transition
    Date: Thursday, 17 November 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
>> Introducción al Curso del IEP
    Fecha: Lunes, 21 de Noviembre 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
 
 
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Programs to Help Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities
If families are concerned about their infant or toddler's development, or suspect that their little one has a disability, services from early intervention provider can help a child learn many key skills to help meet their developmental milestones. The Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities, Part C of IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), is a federal grant program that assists states in operating a comprehensive statewide program of early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities, ages birth through age 2 years, and their families. In order for a state to participate in the program it must assure that early intervention will be available to every eligible child and its family. The federal law, IDEA Part C, requires states including Nevada to provide quality services that meet the individual needs of eligible infants and toddlers. Families can call to start the evaluation process and find out more about services from Nevada Early Intervention or from one of the seven community partners.
 
 
ESSA and Early Learners
Early education took center stage in October with the U.S. Department of Education. The Department authored guidance related to the Every Student Succeeds Act and the importance of early learning and education for all students. Key elements to the guidance include the benefits of early learning; ensuring alignment, collaboration and coordination across programs and communities; and expanding access to high- quality early learning. Early learning is an essential component to equity and educational success. Read The Guidance Here . . .
 
 
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High Expectations, Family Involvement and Post School Success
Two essential indicators for a successful transition from high school to adulthood are active parent involvement in the transition planning process and parents with high expectations for their son or daughter. In October, Nevada PEP representatives presented with transition expert Sean Roy of the PACER Center at the 2016 Nevada Transition Conference about partnering with families in the transition process and promoting high expectations. For additional information about these concepts, review this new brief that incorporates ideas from parent advocates from around the country and presents seven strategies and thirteen activities for professionals to partner with families and promote high expectations. Read The Brief here . . .
 
 
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The Negative Effects Of Cyberbullying & What We Can Do To Prevent It
This blog post describes cyberbullying and its effects. Cyberbullying should not be seen as any less of a threat as traditional bullying. Cyberbullying will evolve as new technology is used and adapted, and so should methods to not only react against cyberbullying, but also to be proactive and stop cyberbullying before it happens. Learn How To Be Proactive Here . . .
 
School Bullying And Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender Students
Bullying is a big problem for many children and teens, and especially for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. This post outlines the available data, and how schools can address bullying through policy. Read Post Here . . .
 
Webinar: Resources, Innovatioons, And Partnership:
Supporting The Wellness Of Military Children And Their Families
NOVEMBER 22, 2016, 1:30-3:00 PM ET
This SAMHSA Service Members, Veterans, and their Families Technical Assistance Center webinar will provide an overview of the research on military and Veteran children and tips for supporting military families. Presenters also will discuss strategies to build partnerships and develop targeted messaging to better engage and support military and Veteran families. Participants will be able to download the mobile app, a variety of links, and innovative tools and resources to aid parents, caregivers, educators, and providers in providing the needed support to the children of our service members and Veterans. Join Webinar Here . . .
 
 
 
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Your unique parenting experience combined with your passion to help other families navigate the maze of programs and services for their children, makes you an ideal candidate for a rewarding position with Nevada PEP. Apply Here . . .

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October 26, 2016



History - National Bullying Prevention Month
10 year Anniversary (2006-2016)
National Bullying Prevention Month is a campaign in the United States founded in 2006 by PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center. The campaign is held during the month of October and unites communities nationwide to educate and raise awareness of bullying prevention. Initially held the first week in October, the event was expanded in 2010 to the entire month. Continue Reading . . .


A Sweet Way to Give Back! Live to Give Presents: Desserts in the Desert Join Us: Saturday, November 19 from 3pm-7pm at Old School Brewing Company 8410 West Desert Inn Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89117 learn more and get tickets by going to www.dessertsinthedesert.com Click here to get tickets now for the Desserts in the Desert
 


Dinosaur Train Jurassic Jr. App
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The hit PBS KIDS show Dinosaur Train welcomes you to the Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic, Jr.!, a unique bilingual app designed to help young learners develop and build on valuable math skills as they play with shape puzzles, pan balances, sorting and counting activities.

-Happy Apping
Download Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic, Jr. App!, by: PBS KIDS
Download Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic, Jr. App in the Apple Store by clicking the button here Download Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic, Jr. App in the Google Play Store by clicking the button here



UPDATED: Survey of parents with uninsured children (0 - 8 years old)
The Nevada Institute for Children’s Research and Policy at UNLV is conducting a survey of parents with uninsured children (8 years and younger), and would appreciate your help reaching this demographic.

Participants will receive a $15 gift card for taking a 20-30 min survey about their uninsured child’s healthcare quality.

Contact NICRP to schedule an appointment: 702-895-1040 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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PEP Webinars
These webinars allow you to take a short break to get the information you need without leaving your home or work. Click the links below to get a description and register for these amazing webinars.
- Presented by Nevada PEP
>>Six Advocacy Tips that Turn No’s into Yes’s!
Date: Wednesday, 26 October 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
>>How is My Child Reading?
Date: Thursday, 27 October 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
>>Bullies, Targets, and Bystanders: Responses that Work
Date: Thursday, 3 November 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
>>Six Advocacy Tips that Turn No’s into Yes’s!
Date: Wednesday, 9 November 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm



Best Practices for Engaging Youth
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"Seeking ways to engage the youth in your community? Check out The Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administrations (SAMHSA) Youth Engagement Guidance. This guide offers strategies, tools and tips for positive, supportive and meaningful youth engagement through demonstrating and role modeling best practices related to federal government-sponsored meetings, events, and activities."



It's time to cast your ballot!
Exercising your right to vote is an integral part of being included in your community. As is the case in every election, issues impacting the disability community are an important part of the discussion. The U.S. Election Assistance Commission has compiled ten tips for voters with disabilities to review before you head to the polls! Read More Here . . .



Join the We Will Generation!
"In celebrating National Bullying Prevention Month, the We Will Generation encourages youth to educate, inspire and support their peers about how to create kinder and safer schools. Through to reaching out to their peers, speaking up for safer environments, or educating with the We Will Generation free curriculum, the We Will Generation is there to offer support and stories of spreading love, not hate! Learn More . . .



Update’s on Youth Advocacy:
Keeping our eyes and ears out for you at a National Level!
As Youth Facilitators, we are always working hard to keep our young adults and families updated about youth advocacy efforts. In November, our Youth Facilitators will be engaged at a national level at the 27th Annual National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health Conference held in Phoenix, Arizona from November 10 through November 13th, 2016. We will offer the Nevada perspective and bring back the best practices from leaders from around the country. Read more about the conference here: http://www.ffcmh.org/conference



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The Nevada Department of Education published in October the Nevada Report Card, which also includes preliminary four-year high school graduation data. Learn how Nevada students in Grades 3-8 did compared to six other states on the Smarter Balanced State Testing. Talk with your child's school about the types of Universal Tools, Designated Supports and Accommodations that are needed for your child to participate in the testing. The Usability, Accessibility and Accommodations Guide may guide the conversation in identifying the supports that insure students have access while taking state tests.



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National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
This month, the world comes together to raise awareness for bullying prevention and to reflect on where we have been, where we are now, and where we hope to be in the years to come. Since 2006, the event has grown to an entire month of education and awareness activities, and is being recognized by schools and communities throughout the world.
Get More Bullying Awareness Here . . .

SAMHSA Provides Up To $215 Million For Children's Mental Health And Substance Use Treament
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) will be usuing the funding over several years for treatment services addressing the behavioral health needs of children, adolescents, young adults, and their families. These wide range of behavioral health issues affecting young people and families revolving around substance use and serious emotional disturbances.
Press Release . . .

CDC: Youth Bullying: What Does The Research Say?
Bullying is one type of youth violence that threatens young people's well-being. The harmful effects of bullying are frequently felt by others, including friends and families, and can hurt the overall health and safety of schools, neighborhoods, and society. This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) resource outlines the research on effects and strategies to prevent bullying.
Get Strategies Here . . .

Youth Voice: Growing Up Muslim In America
Asian American and Pacific Islander students as well as Muslim, Arab, Sikh, and South Asian students can be bullied based on their religion, appearance, immigration status, language skills, and more. In honor of National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, this blog post is highlighting the voice of Syeda Raza, who recounts her experience growing up Muslim in America.
Read Blog Here . . .



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Smith's Community Rewards Program
Helping Nevada PEP is easy!
Simply enroll you rewards card online at SmithsCommunityRewards.com. Once you're successfully enrolled, choose Nevada PEP as your organization of choice. A portion of your purchase will be dontated from Smith's. (Does not affect your normal Smith's card rewards!)

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Family Members of Children with Special Needs/ Behavioral Healthcare Needs
Your unique parenting experience combined with your passion to help other families navigate the maze of programs and services for their children, makes you an ideal candidate for a rewarding position with Nevada PEP. Apply Here . . .

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Volunteer!
We need your help statewide. If you are interested in making a positive difference in the lives of others and yourself at the same time, we highly suggest that you volunteer at Nevada PEP. Click Here . . .


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October 11, 2016
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Unity Day is Wednesday October 19, 2016 Wear Orange and use hastag UnityDay2016 Together Against Bullying United for kindness, acceptance and inclusion
 
 

10 Million Book Downloads Today Provides a 10x Model for Tomorrow
Many years ago I had the wild idea to start a deliberately nonprofit technology company in the heart of Silicon Valley. I knew that technology, when applied for social good, promised to usher in positive and sustainable change. Today’s 10 million download milestone is a celebration of our ability to deliver on that promise.
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Early Childhood Inclusion
The Center for Inclusive Child Care has developed podcasts to help parents and professionals support inclusive care for children in community settings. In this podcast, we take a closer look at the DEC and NAEYC Joint Position Statement on Inclusion and how its application can help us promote inclusion in early childhood settings. The Policy Statement On Inclusion Of Children With Disabilities In Early Childhood Programs developed by US Department of Education and Health and Human Services also discusses how all young children with disabilities should have access to inclusive high-quality early childhood programs, where they are provided with individualized and appropriate support in meeting high expectations.
 
 
 
OSEP Celebrates Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October
This month, the Office of Special Education Programs is partnering with several groups to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month.
Partners include (NCSER) | (AIDD) | (AUCD) | (NDSC) | (NDSS)
 
 


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Living in a Foreign Country? Military OneSource Can Translate Certain Documents for You
A PCS to a foreign country can be exciting and challenging, especially if you have not mastered the country’s language. There may be legal documents you need translated either while in the foreign country or upon your return. Military OneSource can help!
Learn What Documents May Be Translated . . .
 
 

Moose Math App
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Moose Math engages kids in a mathematical adventure and teaches counting, addition, subtraction, sorting and more. Moose Math introduces a whimsical group of characters who help with mastering math skills in 5 engaging math activities.

      -Happy Apping
Download Moose Math by Duck Duck Moose
Download Moose Math App in the Apple App Store     Download Moose Math App in the Google Play Store

 

The Sibling's Experience
Being a sibling of someone with a disability comes with unique experiences and lessons. In this video, In Being Amy's Sister: On Having a Sibling with a Disability, Meg Bost talks about her experiences discovering support, understanding her feelings and developing her voice as an advocate. Her story lets siblings know they are not alone. Learn More Here . . .

 

Evidence-Based Practices in Education

Keeping Parents Informed
The Every Student Succeeds Act allows districts to use strategies for school improvement, as long as there's strong evidence it works. The Institute of Education Sciences rolled out a new version of its What Works Clearinghouse intended to help district and school leaders search for more specific research on programs that might work for their students. Ask your child's school staff if they are using evidenced based practices that are listed in the What Works website.
 
 

PEP Webinars
 
These webinars allow you to take a short break to get the information you need without leaving your home or work. Click the links below to get a description and register for these amazing webinars.
      - Presented by Nevada PEP

>> Six Advocacy Tips that Turn No’s into Yes’s!
    Date: Wednesday, 26 October 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
>> How is My Child Reading?
    Date: Thursday, 27 October 2016, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
 
 
 
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How does the Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment help Families?
This office was created in 2015 and is housed within the Nevada Department of Education. The mission of the Office for a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment is to train, empower, educate, collaborate, advocate and intervene in order to ensure that every student in Nevada, regardless of any differing characteristic or interest feels fully protected physically, emotionally, and socially. If a family does not feel that the district has addressed a bullying incident, they can file a formal complaint with the Nevada Department of Education. To learn more, about bullying visit the Bully Free Zone Visit the National School Climate Centers and stopbullying.gov to learn about Safe School Centers in other states and national efforts to stop bullying.
 
 
 
ESSA and Policy Guidance to Support Homeless Youth and Their Families
The U.S. Department of Education has issued a Policy Letter and Non-Regulatory Guidance in July 2016 addressing amendments to the McKinney-Vento Act in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). These provisions, which took effect on October 1, 2016, place greater emphasis on identifying and meeting the needs of the homeless children and youth. For instance, state and local education agencies must provide training and professional development for staff.
Read the Policy Letter Here . . . and the Non-Regulatory Guidance Here . . .
 
 
 
Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month and Assistive Technology
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month! Celebrate by visiting The Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology (PEAT), a national initiative focused on action and collaboration around assitive technology. PEAT hosts a virtual speaker series on the third Thursday each month at 11 am PST, promoting assistive technology in the workforce. Tune in Oct. 20, 2016, for National Disability Employment Awareness Month with Senior Associate Director for the White House Office of the Public Engagement, Maria Town.
PEAT’s website . . . Register Here . . .
 
 
 
Advancing our Voices with a National Resource Center for Self-Advocacy
Self-advocates will now have a center for more support. The Administration for Community Living has offered the first-ever grant to establish the National Resource Center for Self-Advocacy (NRCSA) to empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) by strengthening their skills and voice as self-advocates and through promoting best practices, training, technical assistance and much more. Learn more about the upcoming work of the organization Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE) that will lead the initiative through partnership with other organziations Here . . .
 
 
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Updates on the 2016 Nevada Transition Conference Held at the Nugget in Sparks, Nevada!
There is still time to join the Wait List for the 2016 Nevada Transition Conference at the Nugget in Sparks, Nevada on October 14 and 15. The conference will support students, families, and professionals increase their knowledge up to date information on current trends and best practices related to the transition from high school into adulthood into employment, postsecondary education and independent living. Join the Waitlist Here . . .
 
 
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Understanding Cyberbullying: Developing An Evidence-Based Definition
Cyberbullying raises new challenges for law enforcement, parents, and school officials to protect children. But is cyberbullying qualitatively different from “schoolyard” bullying? This question has led the National Institute of Justice to fund a series of research projects that explore the differences between what is traditionally known as bullying and cyberbullying. Learn More Here . . .
 
Webinar Series On National Academies Report: Key Findinigs
The recently released National Academies report, Preventing Bullying Through Science, Policy, and Practice, presents a lot of actionable findings and recommendations. Each webinar featured bullying prevention experts who were co-authors of the report during which they shared their own insights and supporting research. Register Here . . .
 
2016 Federal Bullying Prevention Summit Explores Themes Of Tolerance And Inclusion
In August the Federal Partners in Bullying Prevention hosted the fifth Federal Bullying Prevention Summit at the U.S. Department of Education. Conducted every two years, this year’s theme was “Keeping Kids Safe: Promoting Tolerance and Inclusion Among Students to Prevent Bullying.” This post summarizes the highlights of the meeting and links to the archived webcast. Read More Here . . .
 
 
 
 
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Volunteer!
We need your help statewide. If you are interested in making a positive difference in the lives of others and yourself at the same time, we highly suggest that you volunteer at Nevada PEP. Click Here . . .

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Family Members of Children with Special Needs/ Behavioral Healthcare Needs
Your unique parenting experience combined with your passion to help other families navigate the maze of programs and services for their children, makes you an ideal candidate for a rewarding position with Nevada PEP. Apply Here . . .

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