Updated information during Distance Learning
Updated Meal Distribution- *Please note, one site has moved from the church in Manchester to across the street at Manchester Elementary School-/instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/Meal Distribution this week.pdf
Maryland Coailition of Families-Caregiver Support- Second Thursday of the month starting April 9.  See attached for more information- https://mdcoalition.my.salesforce.com/sfc/p/#41000002I4ZB/a/2M000001mao4/VIhHO6V5dgmK1GPbBoCgYSF3IRKHsG_dHOuLb9eYRW4 
 
Resources for Parents/Guardians:

Medication Assisted Recovery Anonymous Meeting:  /instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/MARA Flyer (1).doc

Family Medical Leave and Meetings: /instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/2019_08_08_2A_FMLA.pdf  and /instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/FMLA.4.IEPs.pdf

Positive Parenting Tips for Healthy Child Development (Infant-age 5):  /instruction/specialeducation/community/partners/Documents/Positive Parenting Tips for Healthy Child Development.pdf

The following PowerPoint contains information about the Special Education programs we have in CCPS:  /instruction/specialeducation/community/partners/Documents/Special Programs SECAC Presentation-Final.pptx

Parents As Teachers (PAT) and Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC) are voluntary Parenting Support programs.  They are for parent/caregiver and child together, in the home, sharing age appropriate child development information, family well-being discussion and connecting the community agencies involved.  We can help with developmental issues, attachment/bonding (with children 6mos-24mos), help detect developmental delays and prevent abuse/neglect to name a few things.   See brochures for more information: PAT brochure- /instruction/specialeducation/infants/Documents/_PAT brochure FY18-19.pub   and ABC brochure:  /instruction/specialeducation/infants/Documents/ABC Parent Brochure.pdf

Project Connect-This program connects families with children 0-5 who have an incarcerated parent with services, transportation to local appointments and the detention center for visitation, materials to communicate with incarcerated parent, referrals to community agencies, quarterly activities and support groups and school support.  For more information please see the attached flyer or call 667-600-2571.  /instruction/specialeducation/infants/Documents/Project Connect.pdf

Congruent Counseling-There are 35+ therapist in network with most commercial insurances in 4 locations:  Colombia, Millersville, Towson and Eldersburg.  For more information see their website:  https://congruentcounseling.com/

Family and Children's Services- Walk-In Case Management Services-offered for all residents of Carroll County.  See attached flyer for more information: /instruction/specialeducation/community/partners/Documents/Walk In Case Management Services Flyer (002).docx

Judy Center Referral Form for 2019-Carroll County Families from pregnancy until your child enters Kindergarten can participate.  Several services are provided.  See attached for referral form and the Judy Center Brochure for 2019:  /instruction/specialeducation/community/Documents/Judy Center Referral Form FY19.docx; /instruction/specialeducation/community/Documents/FY19 Judy Center Brochure.pdf 

Suicide Prevention Awareness Resources:  /instruction/specialeducation/postsecondary/Documents/Triple s flyer April 2019.pdf/instruction/specialeducation/postsecondary/Documents/More Than Sad Training Flyer.pdf/instruction/specialeducation/postsecondary/Documents/Teen Talk Flyer.pdf/instruction/specialeducation/postsecondary/Documents/safeTALK_Flyer_9.2019.pdf

Judy Center Early Learning Hub Newsletter-/instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/Judy Center 2020.pdf

The Youth Service Bureau and Life Renewal have walk in counseling hours where you can get a quick assessment and treatment recommendations (through Youth Service Bureau, must be 16 years or older, accepts private insurance and medical assistance-must call in advance; Life Renewal-MA only).  See attached for more information-/instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/CCYSBSeries Flyer.pdf  Life Renewal- /instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/LRS Carroll Clinic Walk-In Flyer.pdf

Newsletters

Fall Newsletter

Birth-Kindergarten-/instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/Fall 2019 Birth to 5 Newsletter.pdf

Winter Newsletter

All Families and Staff, Birth-21-/instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/Winter 2019-2020 Family Support Newsletter.pdf

Spring Newsletter

All Families and Staff, Birth-21-/instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/Spring 2020 Family Support Newsletter.pdf

Summer Newsletter

https://www.smore.com/4w1gn 

Upcoming Conferences/Workshops/Presentations

As information is provided, it will be posted here.

Summer 2020

 Due to the current COVID-several camps have canceled.  Please check back for updates.

Save the Dates

Save the dates for the 2020-2021 school year for the following Family Support Network Nights.  These are typically held from 6:00-7:30 at Carroll Springs Elementary, childcare will be provided for most nights (please check back to this site and look for emails and flyers to sign up as the presentation night approaches).   For more information on the topics please email Tammy Chisholm at tlchish@carrollk12.org

Family Support Nights 2020-2021-  /instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/All Family Support Nights 2020-2021.pdf

 

 

 
 
Thursday, March 26, 2020 from 6:00-7:30, Family Support presents "Getting Ready for Kindergarten" with Diane Groft and Cynthia Freed.  See attached flyer for more information-/instruction/specialeducation/community/family/Documents/March 26-Getting Ready for Kindergarten.pdf

Family Support Nights 2019-2020

Monday, September 24 Back to School Picnic
Thursday, October 10 Behavior Strategies for the Home
Monday, November 11 Talk about puberty and your changing body
Monday, December 9 Pictures with Sensory Santa
Wednesday, February 12 Dealing with Grief and Taking Care of Yourself
Monday, March 9 Resource Fair at *Winters Mill High School
Wednesday, April 15 Sibling Panel/Parent Panel
Tuesday, May 19 End of Year Picnic

 

*Please continue to check back on this site and look for emails about each night's presentation.  Topics are subject to change depending on availability of presenters.  As the winter season approaches please also be aware that the cancellation/early dismissal policy for schools will effect cancellation of that night's presentation.

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