Director of Special Pupil Services:
Meghan Shelby. Ph.D. (216) 587-6100 ext. 3600
Special Education Supervisors:
Diane Kallos (216) 438-6400 ext. 1641
Courtney Starr (216) 438-6010 ext. 6308
SPS Secretary: Deborah Szalkowski (216) 587-6100 ext. 3601
Preschool Special Education: (216) 438-6030 ext. 5035
5740 Lawn Avenue
Maple Heights, Ohio 44137
(216) 587-6100 ext. 3600 or 3601
Fax: (216) 518-2679
NEWS FOR PARENTS
Interested in becoming a Surrogate Parent? Please see this attached flier for further information, or contact Terri McIntee, State Support Team 3 Family and Community Involvement Specialist at 216-524-3000.
There is a newer law that allows people who have a communication disability to register with an agency so that law enforcement is aware of their communication disability in the event that they are stopped or pulled over. This registration is voluntary. Please see the attached flier for further information.
Cuyahoga Campership Program
Presented by CCBDD. Please see this attached flier for further information.
Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities 2019 Schedule
Planting the Seeds of Knowledge. Please see this attached flier for further information.
Provider & Resource Fair
Saturday, September 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., FREE! at Holiday Inn - Cleveland South (6001 Brecksville Rd, Independence). Please see this attached flier for further information or call 216-941-2200.
Transition Bootcamp - 2019 Cleveland Area Transition Boosters for Families of Transition-age Youth
Various sessions/dates. Please see this attached flier for further information or contact Amy at email@example.com or 513-814-0674.
>2019 Transition Booster Session: "Sexuality, Safety & Relationships" - Thursday, July 18, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Cleveland Clinic South Point Hospital, Warrensville Heights. Please see this attached flier for further information.
NEW STABLE ACCOUNT INFORMATION
Click here for information about the new STABLE account that allows individuals with disabilities to save and invest up to $14,000 per year without losing government benefits such as Medicaid or SSI.
A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education - April 2017
This New Guide replaces Whose IDEA is This? (2012). Download a copy here or call us if you would like us to send you a copy.
CLEVELAND CLINIC MOBILE UNIT
Click here for Parent Letter & Required Forms
Educating Our Students, through Expectations of Excellence, to Prepare Them for a Lifetime of Success