• Seth and Bebe
  • Colin Mathieu
La. Parent Training and Information
Center and Human Development
Center at LSU Health Sciences Center
are proud to present inclusionMatters
2014 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
June 5, 6, 7, 2014 at the New Orleans
Summer 2014 Parent Leadership in
Educational Policy Course 
Visit our Resource Center and browse our Lending Library. We offer hundreds of books, tapes, and CDís on a variety of topics that are disability related. We also have numerous brochures and pamphlets. Make an appointment to receive assistance surfing the web for disability information...
The state of Louisiana is undertaking the development of a statewide coordinated system of care (CSoC) for Louisiana's at risk children and youth with significant behavioral health challenges or co-occurring disorders. The CSoC project is an initiative of Governor Jindal and is being led by executives of the Office of Juvenile Justice, the Department of Children & Family Services, the Department of Health and Hospitals, and the Department of Education. The CSoC is an evidence-based approach that is part of a national movement to develop family driven and youth-guided care, keep children at home, in school, and out of the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

Louisiana Parent Training and Information Center (LaPTIC) is Louisiana's only statewide US Department of Education, Office of Special Education (OSEP) funded Parent Center. Parent Centers provide training and assistance to the families of the nation's 7 million children with disabilities. Every state has at least one Parent Center, and those with large populations may have more. There are currently 104 Parent Centers in the United States.
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