Main Library

This library contains CADRE resources as well as State, Lead Agency and Parent Center resources. Please note that CADRE makes no endorsement of the State, Lead Agency and Parent Center resources included here, nor of any policies, procedures, processes, or documents specific to any item.

A Tale of Two Conversations

A Tale of Two Conversations is a two-part video, originally developed by the Office for Dispute Resolution http://odr-pa.org/ in Pennsylvania, showing actors playing a parent of a child with a disability and a school administrator. The meeting was requested by the parent and takes place in the administrator’s office. Take One shows the parent and administrator talking about the child’s special education program. They are talking, but not listening. Their communication is unproductive. Take Two shows each person using more effective communication skills. We recommend that you view the "...

Engaging in Conflict Constructively: Tools and Skills

PEATC Advocacy Symposium 2021 presentation by Timothy Hedeen, Ph.D.

FFF - Becoming a Stronger Advocate for Children in Your Care

MI - Best Practices for SEMS Virtual Meetings (2020)

MI - Participant Tips for Virtual Meetings (2020)

MI - Virtual Meeting Checklist (2020)

MI - Virtual Meeting Participation Agreement (2020)

MO - 2014-15 Home Works! Executive Summary

MO - 2019-20 Annual Report

MO - Child Complaint: A Checklist of What to Expect

MO - Complaint Procedures - Infants and Toddlers

MO - Due Process: A Checklist of What to Expect from the Department

MO - First Steps Child Complaint - Model Form

MO - Home Works 2018-19 Evaluation Report

MO - Home Works! 2012 Evaluation Report

MO - Implementation Findings from the Home Works! Teacher Home Visit Program 2016-17

MO - Mediation Request Form (Part C)

MO - Part C Due Process Hearing Request Notice Form

MO - RFP Hearing Officer

MO - Special Education - Mediation in Missouri

MPACT - Child Complaint Timelines

MPACT - Consensus

MPACT - Due Process Timelines

PA - A Family's Introduction to Early Intervention in Pennsylvania

PA - Abeyance for Due Process

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