Noblesville SchoolsSpecial Education DepartmentUnified Millers Week, May 20-24th!Monday, May 20th, today is the opening day of our Unified Millers Week. Throughout the week we will provide student activities to encourage unification and teacher learning by sharing strategies to support all learners. Our theme this year is “You are the U in Unified.” Providing a unified experience.Unified Millers Week represents the growth in Noblesville Schools in relation to inclusionary programming. Special education in Noblesville has grown through the decades from separation, to mainstreaming, to inclusion, to unified programming. Unified programming recognizes the benefits of inclusion for all students, both with and without disabilities.
Tuesday, May 21st - Unified Schools
Wednesday, May 22nd - Unified Millers
Thursday, May 23rd -Unified Community
Friday, May 24th - Unified ChampionsFun Fridays 2018-19The Noblesville Schools Special Education Department want to thank you for participating in our Fun Fridays. We enjoy meeting with you and are excited about the 2019-20 school year! Enjoy a fun, safe summer break, and we will see you in August!!
Summer 2019 Camps and Programs, click for the list provided by Indiana UniversityFamily Voices Indiana
As the Family-to-Family Health Information Center for the state, Family Voices Indiana’s primary purpose is to assist families raising children with special health care needs, parent-to-parent. Our experienced staff of family leaders listen and answer families’ questions about the complex system they must navigate to ensure their children get the care and services they need.
These are a few examples of ways we can help:
Answering questions about a new diagnosis
Helping to find an accommodating dentist
Assisting in navigating health insurance options
Connecting to local resources and support
Offering all services to families for free!
If you or your family would benefit from to talking to an FV Indiana Health Information Specialist, please contact us at email@example.com , or call 844-F2F-INFO. Se habla español.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse is now certified as "Sensory Inclusive"click for more informationNew Website: ACT EARLY INDIANAThe Riley Child Development Center at IU School of Medicine; Indiana Resource Center for Autism at Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University; The Arc of Indiana and Autism Society of Indiana have partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's "Learn the Signs. Act Early" program so children with autism and other developmental disabilities can be identified early and get the services and support they and their families need.A great link for information which may benefit many children and familiesIndy with Kids: Special Needs Sports Directory for the Indy areaHamilton County Special Olympics Newsletter/website
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