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    Parent Resource Center
20 Union Street, NW,  Leesburg, VA 20176
Allyson Pate: Educator  
  Pam Spiering: Parent
Register here to  KEEP IN TOUCH
A way for us to notify you of special events and announcements
 Now in its 25th year, the Loudoun County Parent Resource Center (PRC) is a place where parents and professionals can come to learn about a variety of disabling conditions, the special education process, and resources available to special needs students and their families or families whose children are experiencing difficulties in school, home or the community.
      Parents of Children with IEPs
The Purpose of the survey is to identify best practices and generate new ideas for transition planning for students with IEPS.  The Survey results will be provided to the Special Education Advisory Committee's Transition Sub-Committee.  Please take a few minutes to fill it out at the link provided above.    

News from the PRC

Includes links to the event flyers and registration
April 9
For young children with Autism or developmental delays.
Designed for those who are just acquiring play skills or have not yet developed them. 
 News from Loudoun County Public Schools 

Meetings are open to the public and held from 7 to 9 pm in Room 102 of the

 LCPS Administration Building in Ashburn, VA.

If LCPS schools are closed, then the SEAC meeting will be canceled.

April 22, 2014
Leveled and Postgraduate Transition Planning 
 News from the Community 
The following list of upcoming events and resources may be of interest to the community and
are not necessarily endorsed by the Parent Resource Center.

NAMI (National Alliance on  Mentally Illness)
Loudoun Family Support Groups
A free presentation for high school students. 
 Learn about mental illness and recovery an informative
power point and short videos. 
Summer Leadership Training for Students with Disabilities
Apply Now
for YLF!

Once a year, rising high school juniors and seniors can apply to become a delegate for the Youth Leadership Forum (YLF). Although applications are due by APRIL 15. 
the YLF occurs in the summer--this year it will be held July 28-Aug.1 at Virginia Commonwealth University.


If you know of a student with a disability who is motivated, and wants to learn not only leadership skills but also is interested in advocacy, history, and improving the lives of people with disabilities, share the link to the video on You Tube at and the application, which can be downloaded at   


Twenty-five students from across Virginia will be chosen to attend. The application, which requires two letters of reference and a signature page, is due no later than March 31, so students should begin the process right away. All expenses of the YLF are paid by the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities, so spread the word!

Adapted Recreation Summer Camp Information 

Just a reminder that the much sought after Adaptive Recreation Summer Camp program through Loudoun County Department of Parks and Recreation will be starting the process for applications.


Here is a link to the website: 

Please contact Eden Gilligan, Adaptive Recreation Specialist, at or 703.771.5010 with questions.

Adapted Recreation 
Parent's Night Out 
May 2nd 
Paxton Campus Activities
 Spring Fling on April 6 from 1-4
Egg Hunt, Games and Sports, Music, Food and More
Muppet Movie
Sensory Sensitive Showing on April 12
Other Programs for Children and Teens
Sensory Sensitive Movies
Social Skills Groups
 If you are interested please contact TAMMY GODDARD at 703.777.1939, xt 200 or

 Maggie's Closet  (Free clothing)  

Library Services   
 Gamers Union  Ongoing club for students with Aspergers ages 12-21 
A Place To Be
Loudoun County Parks and Recreation Adapted Rec
Loudoun County Special Olympics
Very Special Arts Dance Class
Ages 16 +, On-Going

Last Modified on August 17, 2011