American Indian Virtual Roundtable Discussion
Are you an American Indian/Native American parent or caregiver of a child with a disability, special health care need or learning difference? Have you experienced successes or challenges finding resources for your child, navigating the IEP/504 process or supporting your child through difficult transitions?
If so, we want to hear from you!
As North Carolina’s Parent Training and Information Center, ECAC is responsible for supporting and educating all of NC’s parents and caregivers in advocating for their child’s unique needs. In order to guide our work, we will be hosting a Virtual Roundtable Discussion specifically to learn more about the unique perspectives and challenges faced by American Indian/Native American Families raising children with disabilities, special health care needs and learning differences!
The purpose of the discussion is to share information about ECAC and to create a community space where NC American Indian families of children with disabilities can come together virtually to ask questions, share concerns and experiences as well as gather information and resources. Space is limited to the first 25 registered attendees, so admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis. This will be a zoom style meeting and the event will not be recorded.
This event is only open to American Indian parents or caregivers residing in North Carolina who have a child (birth to age 26) who has a disability and/or special health care need.