What's in store for you when you visit the Yellow Pages for Kids?
Browsing the Yellow Pages for Kids is a colorful, lively, learning experience.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn how to use the Yellow Pages for Kids to find accurate information, resources, and help in your state. Find out how to get a free listing, become a sponsors, and build your team.
We hope you will forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.
Do you help parents and caregivers get special education services for children with disabilities? Does your organization provide information and assistance? Do you facilitate a support or study group for parents of children with disabilities.
If you already have a listing, is it time to update?
Don't let your address and contact information get out of date. Use the application link, and choose "listing update" to provide any changes.
Yellow Pages for Kids User Guide
The Yellow Pages for Kids User Guide will teach you how to be a more effective advocate. Learn how to build your team, get educated about your child's disability, find special education advocacy training, locate a parent group, and get legal and advocacy hreate
A Special Thanks to our Sponsors
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