Resources for Parents
San Francisco Unified School District
Special Education Services
750 - 25th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94121
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Are you concerned about a young child's development?
The Reason For Concern Brochure can help you see if your child's development is like that of other children the same age.
Does Your Child Need Help?
Special Education Assessment Information
All children develop at different rates and in different ways. If you think that your child may have a disability, please read the information below.
SFUSD Special Education Enrollment Information
This guide is designed to assist parents/guardians of children with special education needs through the enrollment process for the 2011-2012 school year.
Getting Thoughts on Paper
Video Program for Parents, Teachers and Paraprofessionals
San Francisco Main Library
4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Lower Level, Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room
No advance registration needed. All programs at the Library are free.
For information, call (415) 557-4540
Your First IEP Meeting: A Parent's Guide
This guide explains the special vocabulary and procedures of an IEP meeting, your legal rights, and how to make sure IEP goals address your child's learning strengths and needs. Tips are also offered to help your child and family understand learning disabilities.
Choosing a School
Questions To Help Parents Of Children With Special Needs
We have created some sample questions that we hope you find useful as you visit schools. Please feel free to use the questions below as a guide to help you select a school that meets the needs of your child.
Volunteer: Be a Surrogate Parent
The San Francisco Unified School District is actively recruiting volunteers to make a difference in the education of special needs children.
Support for Families
San Francisco Family Resource Guide