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Living In The Community: Schools Educational Resources

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1 hours ago Living in the Community > School > Educational Resources: School - Educational Resources . Students with Disabilities Preparing for Post-Secondary Education Tip Sheet (opens new window). Autism Society of Maine - The Autism Society of Maine provides informational and referral services, outreach programs, newsletter, lending library, free publications, trainings and workshops for parents

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Living In The Community: Parent Resources Maine And Regional

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7 hours ago Maine Parent Federation - Maine Parent Federation is a private non-profit organization that provides free information, support and training to parents and professionals including parenting, education, services, support groups, information on specific disabilities, and other resources to assist families and professionals within the home, school

Website: https://accessmaine.org/living_parentres_ME.htm

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Employment And WorkBased Learning Activities For College

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3 hours ago Career Center 63 Main Street Sanford, ME 04073 Phone: 324-5460; Toll-free: 1-800-343-0151. This is a combination of the following employment support programs: Maine Job Service, Vocational Rehabilitation, Workforce Development Center (York County) and Training Resource Center (Cumberland County).

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Created Date: 5/1/2002 6:24:00 PM

Website: https://www.accessmaine.org/Emplmt-CollegeStudent.doc

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Taking A Break! Toolkit: Other Resouces For Adults And

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800-343-01514 hours ago Taking a Break! Toolkit - Other Respite Resources for Adults and Children: Eldercare Locator assists older adults and caregivers find resources and supports in their

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Living In The Community: Advocacy Organizations Maine

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6 hours ago Maine Parent Federation - Maine Parent Federation is a private non-profit organization that provides free information, support and training to parents and professionals including parenting, education, services, support groups, information on specific disabilities, and other resources to assist families and professionals within the home, school

Website: https://accessmaine.org/living_advocorg_ME.htm

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Living In The Community: Housing General Information

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7 hours ago New Beginnings — This organization is based in Lewiston and serves homeless youth ages 12-21. They have a drop-in center, crisis counseling, training, and other services for teens. They are located at 436 Main Street, Lewiston. Voice: (207) 795-4077.

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Maine Store Access Maine

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(207) 795-40777 hours ago Mainely Access - Providing adaptive technology assessment and training to individuals with disabilities throughout the state of Maine. www.mainelyaccess.com Quantum Technology - This site provides products and services for individuals who are blind.

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Tip Sheet: Students With Disabilities Preparing For Post

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7 hours ago For instance, Section 504 requires a school district to provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to each child with a disability in the district's jurisdiction. Whatever the disability, a school district must identify an individual's education needs and provide any regular or special education and related aids and services necessary

Website: https://www.accessmaine.org/TipSheets/SWDPostSecondTS.htm

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Information For Baxter Compensation Authority Board

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8 hours ago Interpreters may have expertise and special training in some areas and not others. For example, some interpreters work primarily in medical settings, while others work mainly in court and legal settings. Familiarity with the subject and vocabulary is crucial for effective interpreting. Can any interpreter work in courts or for police situations?

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Library: Glossary M P Access Maine

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5 hours ago Public Law 94-142 (P.L. 142). A law passed in 1975 requiring that public schools provide a "free, appropriate public education" to school-aged children ages 3-21 (exact ages depend on your state's mandate - SD is 3-21), regardless of handicapping condition.

Website: https://accessmaine.org/library_glossary4.htm

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Maine State System: DHHS Office Of Adults With Cognitive

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5 hours ago Maine State System > DHHS > Office of Adults with Cognitive and Physical Disabilities Services (OACPDS): OACPDS coordinates the state's long-term care resources and services for adults with disabilities. Through its programs it promotes independence and advocacy for adults with disabilities. OACPDS programs and services include:

Website: https://www.accessmaine.org/MEStateSystem/mestate_DHHS_OACPDS.htm

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Taking A Break! Toolkit: What Is Respite?

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1 hours ago Children's respite workers are required to complete a 20 hour classroom training program. They are taught very basic skills including first aid. Some children's respite workers may be more qualified and may be certified as behavioral specialists or have other specialty skills.

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