Special Education Disagreements
Knowing when to file

When families and school districts disagree on placements or educational services for a student with disabilities, due process may be a last resort in resolving the dispute.
Please join us for an informational workshop on how to resolve disagreements through the IEP process, understanding your procedural safeguards, and how due process works.

RSVP REQUIRED!
Call (714) 558-4404 or use this link to register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/75XTW5H
Parents of children with disabilities receive registration priority. Professionals will be placed on a waiting list and accommodated if space available.

The building is located at the cross streets of Fourth and Golden Circle and inside the Citizen’s Business Bank building.

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WALK NOW for Autism Speaks
Volunteer at GAN's Booth

Walk, sponsor a team, donate or volunteer to help us at GAN’s booth in the Resource Fair at the 2015 WALK for Autism Speaks.  Join other GAN members from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. to share information and GAN resources with families.  Contact us at info@ganinfo.org if you would like to volunteer an hour or two.

Please see the flyer for additional WALK details.

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“The Politics of Autism”
Lecture and Book Signing

LECTURE AND BOOK SIGNING
Author of The Politics of Autism
In the first book devoted exclusively to the contentious politics of autism, noted political scientist and public policy expert John J. Pitney, Jr., explains how autism has evolved into a heated political issue disputed by scientists, educators, social workers, and families.
Organizational attempts to deal with autism have resulted in not a single “autism policy,” but a vast array of policies at the federal, state, and local levels, which often leave people with autism and their families frustrated and confused.
Pitney’s fascinating look offers a compass to navigate the current systems and hope for a path towards more regularized and effective policies for America’s autism community.

Learn more and pre-register for free attendance online here or call Anne Brown at 714.364.1161

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Social for Adults with Autism (16 & Up) & their Caregivers: Volunteer to Help!
Volunteer to Help!

Volunteer to assist at three Socials during the 2015-16 academic year.  California State University Fullerton will host the fall Social on Sunday, October 11, 2015 on the CSUF campus.  GAN volunteers assist at the Social by setting up, greeting and registering guests.   Please come early at noon or 1:00 p.m. and stay until the Social ends at 5:00 p.m.  You can register online and get driving directions here   This is one of the most rewarding volunteer experiences you will ever have!

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Autism Safety Fair

Join Autism Speaks on Tuesday, September 8th from 5pm-8pm for the Autism Safety Fair! Meet with local first responders, service providers, and receive safety resources and information in a fun environment. See additional information here.

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  • Upcoming Events

    • Recent Advances in Autism Research and Implications for Treatments: Review of the Top Ten Research Studies in 2015
    • Sexual Safety Issues for People with ASD’s