North Dakota Chapter

TACA's North Dakota chapter is one of 29 TACA chapters across the country. TACA ND hosts meetings, events and coffee talks throughout the year. All parents, caregivers and professionals are welcome to attend. TACA hosts educational speakers on important topics and allows parents and caregivers to connect with one another to stay informed on the latest information in the autism world.

North Dakota Events

Monday, April 29

IEP Workshop for Parents

6:30 - 8:00 PM
Choice Fitness Center
4401 S 11th St
Grand Forks ND

Speaker: Carol Weiler, Disabilities Advocate with ND Protection and Advocacy Project
Learn as much as possible to prepare for your child’s IEP Meeting. The IEP (Individualized Education Program) is the foundation for your child’s education, and you are a very important member of the team that develops it. Increase your knowledge so that you can be an active, prepared member of your child’s IEP team. 504 plans will also be covered in this workshop as well as helping parents understand how to obtain an IEP for their child.
This workshop is free but an RSVP is appreciated. If you are new to TACA, you’ll receive the Autism Journey Guide as a take-home resource.
Carol Weiler is a Disabilities Advocate with the North Dakota Protection and Advocacy Project in the Grand Forks office. Carol has worked with people with disabilities for 33 years as a behavior analyst, case manager, and advocate. She earned a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Duquesne University at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and a master of social work from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks.

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