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Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope

Covenant Presbyterian Church 1000 E Morehead StCharlotte,

Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope Monday, February 24, 20206:30 – 8:00 PMCovenant Presbyterian Church1000 E Morehead St, Charlotte, NC 28204 Please join us for a free screening of the award-winning film Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope. Through a generous sponsorship by Bank of America and […]

First Wednesdays: Strategies for a Successful IEP Meeting

Child and Family Services Center Training Rooms 1 & 2 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

March Topic:Strategies for a Successful IEP MeetingIndividualized Education Program (IEP) meetings can be a stressful time for parents of children with disabilities. This workshop is designed to help parents, caregivers, and professionals working with children with disabilities feel better equipped to advocate successfully during these meetings. We will discuss when to request a meeting, how […]

First Wednesdays: Special Education Evaluations

Child and Family Services Center Training Rooms 1 & 2 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

April Topic:Special Education EvaluationsHave you ever wondered why your child receives so many different evaluations during the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process? Would you like to know more about what those assessments are, and how to interpret them? This workshop will explain the basics of the evaluation process and commonly used assessments so that parents, […]

First Wednesdays: Special Education Conflict Resolution – CANCELED

Child and Family Services Center Training Rooms 1 & 2 601 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC

May Topic: Special Education Conflict Resolution Feel like your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) is not being followed? Disagree with the school about your child’s placement or amount of special education services? Not sure what to do about it? Sometimes advocating for your child at an IEP meeting may not be enough to resolve disagreements […]

Food Friendship Philanthropy

FOOD FRIENDSHIP PHILANTHROPY 2020 Get a gourmet meal delivered to your door.And keep the door open for at-risk kids. While we usually gather around a common table to change children’s lives and ensure better futures, this year we will be bringing the celebration to your doorstep! In partnership with Porcupine Provisions, our signature FFP dinner […]

Food Friendship Philanthropy

FOOD FRIENDSHIP PHILANTHROPY 2020 Get a gourmet meal delivered to your door.And keep the door open for at-risk kids. While we usually gather around a common table to change children’s lives and ensure better futures, this year we will be bringing the celebration to your doorstep! In partnership with Porcupine Provisions, our signature FFP dinner […]

2020 Holiday Cards

Give children a voice this holiday season! Share your support of Council for Children's Rights with your loved ones this holiday season. Your purchase of our holiday cards is 100% tax deductible and ensures that the children in our community have constant, supportive, and invaluable lifelines. Kids thrive when we show them that they matter!

First Wednesdays: Top Tips for a Successful Start to the School Year

Children and Family Services Center 601 East 5th Street, Charlotte, NC

The beginning of a new school year is a hectic time for families, but it is also a critical time for ensuring that your student has a smooth transition back to school. This workshop will provide concrete strategies you can use to build good relationships with school staff, establish consistent routines for your student, and stay on top of your student’s progress.

First Wednesdays: Special Education Eligibility Process

Children and Family Services Center 601 East 5th Street, Charlotte, NC

October Topic: Special Education Eligibility Process This workshop is designed for those whose student who does not yet receive special education. The workshop will provide an overview of special education, and will walk you through the eligibility process. Topics of discussion will include the responsibilities of the school district, how to request special education services […]

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