Educational Advocacy and More
Help with understanding IEP's or advocating for your child's education.
The Arc of Lehigh and Northampton Counties champions a life of inclusion, opportunity, and equity for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) through advocacy, education, and supports.
Pennsylvania families who have children with disabilities and/or special health care needs from birth to age 26. PEAL also educates self-advocates and youth on self-advocacy, self-determination, and leadership development.
HUNE is a not for profit organization that provides free bilingual (English and Spanish) programs, supports, and services on all aspects of special education.
Need to know more about special educational resources in the Lehigh Valley?
The purpose of the LTF21 is to inform and instruct parents, educators, professionals and others who would benefit from the training opportunities that offer assistance within their special needs community. (Lehigh/Carbon area school districts.)
The role of the Pennsylvania Local Special Education Task Force is to assist parents of students with special needs in understanding the laws/regulations that affect their rights and help develop an appropriate education for the student with special needs. (Bangor, Northampton, Easton, Stroudsburg, Wilson Nazareth area school districts)
The ARC of Lehigh/Northampton Counties has many informational presentations on a variety of topics related to individuals with Special Needs. This is a link to their advocacy and training events. There is a link to their Youtube channel for recordings of previous trainings.
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