Florida Diagnostic Learning Resources System (FDLRS)
Directions to complete the Child Find Referral Form
- Click on the form link below to download the form to your computer.
- Complete the form.
- Click on submit form button to send form to email@example.com.
NOTE: If submit form button does not work, email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org OR fax form to 754-321-7217.
The Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System (FDLRS) provides an array of instructional support services to exceptional student education programs in school districts statewide. The Florida Inclusion Network (FIN) collaborates with all districts and schools to provide customized services and supports ensuring all students with disabilities have the same educational, social, and future opportunities as their peers.
FDLRS provides the following programs and services for individuals working with students with disabilities (SWD), their families, and support agencies:
- Assist in the location, identification, evaluation and initiation of appropriate education or other needed services for children and youth, birth through 21 years of age who have, or are at risk of developing, special unique needs and are not enrolled in public school. (Child Find)
- Plan collaboratively with school districts and other professional development entities to provide information, professional development and technical assistance and follow-up related to effective instructional strategies. (Human Resource Development)
- Assist school districts and families who have children who are exceptional or have special or unique needs to develop effective partnerships allowing shared responsibility to improve the education of all children and youth. (Parent Services)
- Assist and support school district professional staff and families of students with disabilities in the appropriate use of assistive and instructional technology, assistive technology (AT), related services, universal design principles and technology that enhance learning and communication. (Technology)
In partnership with districts, FIN facilitates the implementation of best practices for inclusive education through:
- Data-driven, student-focused planning and problem-solving across districts and schools.
- Data-driven, professional development and technical assistance to increase knowledge and skills of district and school personnel.
- Coaching and resources for district and school personnel to build and sustain capacity.
- Sharing information to build collaborative relationships between families, schools, and districts
Human Resource Development
Florida Diagnostic Learning Resources System (FDLRS) Human Resources Development (HRD) function personnel collaboratively plan and provide information, training, technical assistance/consultation and resources related to effective instructional strategies and models for the education of children and youth who are exceptional and/or have unique needs based on locally assessed needs and established priorities.
HRD services include needs assessments and personnel development with multi-level professional development activities at the awareness, comprehensive, integration, application, and follow-up levels.
For more information on HRD services in Broward County contact your FDLRS Reach Associate Center through the Exceptional Student Learning Support Department.
Parent Resources: https://padlet.com/esebcps/fdlrshrd
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