Overview of SESP Supports

Overview of SESP Supports
RTSC Home RTSC works to ensure that there are a variety of supports available to SESPs to assist you throughout your volunteer experience. Ongoing Support Call RTSC at (617) 399-8342 and ask for the RTSC Support Specialist or email us at rtsc@fcsn.org SESP Weekly Check-in Sessions MentorshipRead more

Accessing the Information Center

Accessing the Information Center

The Information Center is a free service for military-connected and civilian parents and professionals with questions about special education. It is staffed from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday, with trained volunteers and information specialists knowledgeable about federal / state special education laws and procedures

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Information Center

Information Center
The Information Center is a free service for military-connected and civilian parents and professionals with questions about special education. It is staffed from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday, with trained volunteers and information specialists knowledgeable about federal / state special education laws and proceduresRead more

How to Become an SESP

RTSC Home So you’re interested in becoming a Special Education Surrogate Parent (SESP) to help children in your community! Our staff  is available to assist you through the application process. Learn more about the roles and requirements of an SESP below: What is a Special Education Surrogate

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SESP Orientation Overview

The Recruitment, Training, and Support Center offers orientation trainings for parents, professionals, community members and others interested in becoming Special Education Surrogate Parents (SESPs). This training helps potential volunteers learn more about what is involved in becoming an SESP and the types of special education decision-making services

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Role of the SESP

Benefits of Being an SESP Eligibility Requirements Rights Responsibilities Limits to Authority Benefits of Being an SESP The first and best reason is to help a child or teen in need. Students who are eligible for an SESP face many challenges. You can help ensure that they receive

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Information Center

Information Center
The Information Center is a free service for military-connected and civilian parents and professionals with questions about special education. It is staffed from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday, with trained volunteers and information specialists knowledgeable about federal / state special education laws and proceduresRead more