TASK provides legal
rights information, individual telephone assistance and peer support.
If you are in need of services, please call us at (866) 828-8275.
Team of Advocates for Special Kids (TASK) is a Parent Training and Information Center that parents and professionals can turn to for assistance in seeking and obtaining needed early intervention, educational, medical or therapeutic support service for children. More...
TASK is now on FACEBOOK!
Get Your Hands on Proloquo2Go! (hands-on workshop
with Bernadette Kennard of Trivinity Consulting). For those of you
who support someone who uses Proloquo2Go, this workshop will help you learn to
edit on the spot to keep communication motivating, save your users' vocabulary,
back up your app and more!
This workshop takes place Thursday, February 25 from 9:30 am -
12:30 pm at TASK's Anaheim office.
Download the workshop flyer for more information or call the TECH Center at
(714) 533-8275 to register. THIS IS A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP, SO PLEASE
BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE WITH THE PROLOQUO2GO APP ALREADY INSTALLED.
Other workshops: TASK's Basic Rights
workshop includes an overview of the basic rights and protections under
the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, an overview of Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and explanations of record-keeping
requirements and the assessment process. More...
The IEP Rights and
Strategies workshop provides an overview of the rights and
protections mandated for special needs children as well as advocacy
tips and strategies. More...
workshops provide information on entering the public school system.
TASK also offers an Adult Transition workshop. More...
Family Empowerment and Disability Council Survey
If you are a family living in Orange County and you received services
from TASK last year or attended our workshops, you are invited to respond to an
annual survey for the Family Empowerment and Disability Council. Click the links
below to participate:
If you would prefer to receive a paper copy of the survey, please call TASK at
(714) 533-8275 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phase 2! We are thrilled to announce that our grant
has been approved for
Communicate, Phase II! This means we will continue to provide augmentative
and alternative communication services through February 2017. Visit our
Communicate page for MORE information on this wonderful
program made possible by the Disability
Communications Fund. A HUGE THANK YOU TO DCF FOR THIS GRANT AWARD.
TASK and NOCCD Present a
The North Orange County Community
College District's School of Continuing Education is teaming up with TASK to
present a summer class on self-advocacy. The six-week summer session class takes
place Mondays and Wednesdays and begins June 27.
Download the Self-Advocacy Class Flyer for more information.
Do You Need Community
Service Hours for High School or College?????
If your school requires you to complete volunteer community service hours, TASK is the place to complete those hours! Even if your school doesn’t require the hours, community service can make a big difference when students are applying for admission to colleges and trade schools. Please make sure to obtain the Community Service Verification Form and find out the specific requirements from your school. While there are benefits to being a volunteer, the greatest reward is being part of a team that helps deliver the best service possible to those in need. If you are interested in doing your community service hours at TASK, please e-mail
DONATE and get a TASK Tote
Bag! More info...
Now available for viewing on our website or on YouTube, TASK has
produced a series of videos for families who are accessing special education for
the first time, as well as those who may still have unanswered questions.
Watch them on our videos page!
We also have a page featuring some of our favorite videos
from around the Web, like the following video, created by Laura Cobb, who has
aphasia and made this wonderful clip of tips on how to talk to people who have