Local Task Force Zoom Meeting Link

DUE TO COVID-19 WE WILL BE HOLDING THE APRIL MEETING EXCLUSIVELY ON THE ZOOM PLATFORM

The LTF3 Meetings will now be available on Zoom Meeting, so you can now access the meetings from your computer or telephone!  Thank you, Brian Welles and the Allegheny Intermediate Unit for setting this up; we appreciate your support!

Meeting START TIME CHANGE

LTF 3 

Meeting START TIME CHANGE 

6:30 PM 

After reviewing the answers to our meeting start time survey, we have decided to try out a new start time of 6:30 PM. In an effort to try to increase the membership of families and self-advocates and be respectful to agency responsibilities, we want to try this new start time.

A light dinner will be provided.

We will see how convenient this time start is over the first few months, and if need be will alter the time again. 

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Welcome to The Local Task Force on the Right to Education in Allegheny County

Welcome to our website.

PARENT ASSISTANCE LINE (412) 394-5930
A member will answer questions or provide information to the caller concerning special education issues.

IMPORTANT!
The City of Pittsburgh has its own Local Task Force. Their parent assistance hotline number is (412) 323‑3996.

OUR MISSION:
The Local Task Force serves as a resource for children with all disabilities and their families in the 42 school districts in Allegheny County.

Resources for Persons with a Diagnosis of Intellectual Disability and/or Autism from the Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS), Office of Intellectual Disability (OID)

Useful Links

Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates webpage

The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) has created a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates webpage for stakeholders to stay up to date with updates and resources from ODP.

February 2020 Approved Minutes

April 2020 Meeting Agenda

DUE TO COVID-19 WE WILL BE HOLDING THE MEETING ENTIRELY ON THE ZOOM PLATFORM

How to Read an IEP: Goals

The Goals section of the IEP charts where the team anticipates the student should be on their educational journey in one year’s time.  Each IEP goal states a desired measurable achievement for the student to accomplish within the upcoming calendar year with the assistance of the educational team.

When you are reviewing your child’s individual goals, consider whether it meets the following “SMART” criteria:

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