2017NACSE_FBEvent

"It Starts With You"

About NACSE 

The Education for Parent of Indian Children with Special Needs' Native American Conference on Special Education has reached parents from across Indian Country and Canada for almost 2 decades. The conference is designed to provide resources to families of children with disabilities, developmental delays, and special healthcare needs. Parents are taught skills and provided with information that will aid them in advocating on their child’s behalf, thus creating opportunities that will positively impact systems, policy, and delivery of services that promote equal and quality service. Tribal leaders and special education professionals will learn from their peers, constituents, students, parents, and other advocates in promoting equal education opportunities for students with special needs.

If you have questions about the 2017 Native American Conference on Special Education, please call Kelsey Woody at (505) 767-6630

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Who should attend?

  • Parents or caregivers of children with disabilities (0-26 years old)
  • Administrators
  • Teachers
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Service Coordinators, Development Specialist, Case Managers
  • Home Visitors
  • Parent-Educators
  • Medical Professionals
  • Advocates
  • Family Support Staff
  • Policy Makers, Elected Officials, Tribal Leaders, School Board

Sponsors of NACSE