Wondering what you can do to make this the best possible school year for yourself and your child (to say nothing of your child’s teacher, too)? We’ve got a roundup of practical, parent-proven suggestions to pass along—a straightforward and simple five-step back-to-school plan.  Click here! Don't have time to read it ? Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/user-966629337-153601544/ann-and-kims-amazing-back-to-school-adventure  

Wondering what you can do to make this the best possible school year for yourself and your child (to say nothing of your child’s teacher, too)? We’ve got a roundup of practical, parent-proven suggestions to pass along—a straightforward and simple five-step back-to-school plan.  Click here!

Don't have time to read it ? Listen here:

https://soundcloud.com/user-966629337-153601544/ann-and-kims-amazing-back-to-school-adventure

 


Parents & Caregivers

Do you struggle with knowing what to do to help your child with special needs in school?You're not alone. It’s a new language and it’s confusing.  Parents want to know:

  • What are our child’s rights?
  • How do I deal with the school?
  • How do we get services?

The Ontario Special Needs Roadmap is the culmination of over a year and a half of research that has been compiled in this new interactive school roadmap to help parents navigate the system. The roadmap explains what the different processes mean and how they impact your child. 

This roadmap is your GPS to navigate the education system in Ontario for all children with special needs.

Download the Ontario Special Needs Roadmap for School.


Check us out in this Ottawa Citizen article written by Eric Elliott. November 22, 2015.

SNR shortlisted for the 2015 Samara Everyday Political Citizen Project Award!

We have HUGE news! We have been selected for the shortlist for the 2015 Samara Everyday Political Citizen Project Award by the Hon. John Baird.  We are beyond blessed and absolutely honoured to have been chosen. 

Conducted coast to coast to coast, Everyday Political Citizen aims to recognize the diversity of politics and democracy in Canada. From June to October we crowd-sourced over 300 nominations for political citizens, celebrating some of the many thousands of ordinary people engaging in big and small ways in this country’s rich political culture.
— from Samara

A jury of prominent Canadians came up with this shortlist. Winners will be announced on December 3rd by Rick Mercer. 

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