Parent and Family Resources (LINKS)

  • Child Find FLYER (link)


    My child just received a diagnosis. Now what? First...BREATHE! by The ARC of San Antonio FLYER (Link)


    SPEDTex Special Education Information Center (link)

    We provide information and resources that can help you understand your child’s disability, your rights, and responsibilities under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and facilitate collaboration that supports the development and delivery of services to children with disabilities in our state.


    Special Education Parent Resources(link)

    ESC-20 Special Education Parent Calls: 210-370-5411

    Education Service Center, Region 20 (ESC-20) is committed to being the definitive choice for educational services, products, information and solutions for parents, caregivers, and families. 


    The Arc of San Antonio: 2022-2023-Future Planning Series (link)

    Workshops and resource fairs designed to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their
    families reach their goals and dreams by planning for a future that allows them to live as independently as possible.
    Each session will start with a 30-minute meet and mingle over coffee. The workshops will begin at 9:30 a.m. followed
    by an hour-long resource fair applicable to each session.


    Any Baby Can of San Antonio (link)

    Any Baby Can of S.A. is a non-profit agency and all services are provided free of charge to families who have a child from birth through 12 years of age, and/or an adult individual with a chronic illness, disability, developmental delay, or health risk. 


    The ARC of San Antonio (link)

    Enhancing the Lives of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their Families

    Notice of Procedural Safeguards

    This document, produced by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), is intended to meet this notice

    requirement and help parents of children with disabilities understand their rights under IDEA.


    Aviso Sobre Procedimientos de Protección

    Este documento, generado por la Agencia de Educación de Texas (TEA, por sus siglas en inglés), lleva a cabo el requisito de aviso y ayuda a padres de niños con discapacidades a entender sus derechos bajo la IDEA


    Parent's Guide to the ARD Process

    This guide is designed to give you, as the parent of a child who is or may be eligible for special education and related services, a better understanding of the special education process and of your procedural rights and

    responsibilities so that you will be able to fully participate in the decision-making process regarding your

    child’s education.


    Guía Para Padres

    La guía está diseñada para darle, como padre de un niño que es o puede ser elegible para servicios de educación especial y servicios relacionados, un mejor entendimiento del proceso de educación especial y de sus derechos procesales y responsabilidades de modo que pueda participar totalmente en el proceso de tomar decisiones en cuanto a la educación de su niño.