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PCTI Fees and Scholarship Info

Registration Fees

$350 for Parents (parents or grandparents who: pay their own tuition, pay with a third party scholarship for family members or pay through a government agency as a clients of that agency)

$450 for Professionals

The registration fee includes handouts and other materials. Attendance is limited to 36 in our Boston training room and can vary according to capacity in other locations. Registrations will be considered until the class is full. Early registration is recommended.

A withdrawal fee of $100 will be charged for withdrawals from the class within two weeks prior to the first day of class. No refunds will be made for withdrawals made on or after the first day of class.

For PCTI course related questions, please contact Ruth Diaz at rdiaz@fcsn.org.

For registration or payment related questions, please contact our business office at 617-236-7210.

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The Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council (MDDC) may reimburse up to $250.00 in expenses for individuals with developmental disabilities and/or a family member or guardian of an individual with a developmental disability to attend conferences or other events held in Massachusetts. The MDDC is a state agency that is not affiliated with the Federation for Children with Special Needs. To be eligible for consideration, an application must be received by the 1st day of the month prior to the month in which the event occurs (April 1st for an event occurring in May, etc.).

If you would like to receive more information please email or call Harold Lieberman at:


Voice:              (617) 770-7676 ext 115

TTY:                (617) 770-9499

Facsimile:        (617) 770-1987


A rebate of $100 is available to active Special Education Surrogate Parents (SESPs) who complete PCTI. Active SESPs should contact RTSC at rtsc@fcsn.org or 617-399-8342 to receive a $100 reimbursement upon completion of the training. Prospective SESPs can learn more about the program by clicking here or by calling the number listed above. 

The Federation does not provide scholarships.