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Exceptional Children's Assistance Center
907 Barra Row Suites 102 103
ECAC is a private non-profit organization that is operated by and staffed primarily with parents of children with disabilities and special health care needs. We have an extremely diverse staff and strive to bring multiple perspectives to our work. I hope
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Staff Directory â€“ Exceptional Childrenâ€™s Assistance Center
www.ecac-parentcenter.org, 2 April 2014 [cached]
"Parents shouldn't wait until their child ...
www.charlotteparent.com, 23 Aug 2013 [cached]
"Parents shouldn't wait until their child is a teenager or in their last year of high school," says Doreen Byrd, parent educator with Exceptional Children's Assistance Center in Davidson.
"In some cases, young people I know are perfectly capable of doing laundry or shampooing their own hair, and the parents are doing these things for them," says Byrd
"Don't think of your child as being sort of frozen in this stage of development forever," says Byrd
WORKSHOP ON INCLUSION SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY IN ASHEBORO
www.sandhillscenter.org, 3 April 2007 [cached]
Please see the attached flyer announcing a free workshop on inclusion presented by Doreen Byrd of the Exceptional Children's Assistance Center.Registration information is included in the flyer.Thank you,
Saint Matthew Catholic School
www.st-matts.com, 27 Nov 2004 [cached]
The speaker will be Doreen Byrd, Parent Trainer, Exceptional Children Assistance Center.
The evening offers parents a chance ...
www.newsobserver.com, 6 Mar 2008 [cached]
The evening offers parents a chance to attend one of three 90-minute sessions:* "Becoming Your Child's Best and Most Effective Advocate" presented by Judi Archer, parent educator at the Exceptional Children's Assistance Center.* "Planning for Transition From the School to the Adult World" presented by Doreen Byrd, parent educator at the Exceptional Children's Assistance Center.* "Understanding the Referral Process and Eligibility Determination for Special Education" presented by Kate Neale, Department of Public Instruction and Al Soulier, school psychologist.Child care for elementary school-age children will be provided for parents who pre-register by Friday.