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Greg Miller, President and CEO of Penn-Mar Human Services, a unique agency that helps to connect adults with disabilities to jobs where they will succeed.   Click here for the full story.

Latest Blogs

Changing the Look and Feel of Early Childhood Assessment

Kristie Pretti-Frontczak, Ph.D, of B2K Solutionsâ„  Ltd, shares her thoughts about how, when educators conduct an assessment, children can be interested, engaged, and experience joy, not stress, confusion, or a desire to run away. Her latest blog post is here. 

Apps for Everyday

Moody Monster Manor is a fun and engaging iOS app that helps young children learn about moods and emotions by creating an endless array of silly characters.

Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy

Watch our latest media piece about the important work of occupational and physical therapists in schools. Click here to learn about their unique approaches to working with children with disabilities, their teachers and their family members.

 


 

Take a Moment to Get to Know......

All across Maryland, and elsewhere, are amazing teachers, program directors and artists who are helping to make the lives of children with emotional and physical disabilities better in many ways.  All of these people are the embodiment of dedication. They work hard, putting in long hours, and are constantly educating themselves and refining their own practice because, as you’ll discover, they wouldn’t have it any other way.  Click here to read their stories.

 


 

Version 10 of the Maryland Online IEP Launches!


Assistant State Superintendent, Marcella E. Franczkowski launched Version 10 of the Maryland Online IEP (MOIEP) at two-day summer Professional Learning Institutes for teams from all Local School System and Public Agencies who are users and administrators of the MOIEP.  Ms. Franczkowski noted how new features like real-time progress monitoring, intervention tracking, and improved data displays make Version 10 of the IEP, built in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University, Center for Technology in Education, a cutting-edge tool that makes Maryland a leader in the nation in moving beyond compliance toward instructional decision-making designed to close the gaps for children and students with developmental delays and disabilities.

 


 

Network of Resources

If you are a parent or guardian of a child with disabilities or if you know one and want to offer assistance, check out our list of resources covering topics from respite care to housing and supports to transportation.  If you have suggestions to help us expand the list, please be sure to send them to info@marylandlearninglinks.org. 

 


 

Events

August 28: DSE/EIS Statewide Birth-21 Special Education and Early Intervention Leadership Teleconference , 9-11am.
 

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