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Partners Resource Network TEAM Project is one of four Texas Parent Training and Information Centers (PTIs) funded through the Department of Education. We provide free information, technical assistance and ARD support to parents of children with special needs.
Our mission is to empower and support Texas families and individuals impacted by disabilities or special health care needs
Our Regional Coordinators are here for you! We can help you understand your child’s disability, understand your rights and responsibilities under IDEA, obtain and evaluate resources and services for your child, and fully participate as a team member with professionals in planning services for your child.

What kind of assistance does TEAM Project offer?

-  Individual assistance over the phone and in-person
-  Workshops and webinars on a variety of special education topics
-  Access to resources such as printed publications and online courses
Contact us at 281-969-5944 or at and we will put you in touch with a Regional Coordinator in your area.

All of our services are provided at no cost to parents of infants, toddlers, children and youth with all types of disabilities.


Special Education

Virtual Symposium

August 10, 2021 @ 9 a.m-2 p.m

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TEAM Project is hiring!

Multiple positions, full-time and part-time, available across the Project area.

What we offer:
  • Paid time off such as holidays, sick days, and vacation days
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Work from home
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • internet reimbursement
  • Professional Development opportunities-get paid to learn!
  • Great company culture based on our values of being Humble, Hungry & People Smart
Visit our website at for more information on our job openings.
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View TEAM Project's full list of upcoming webinars HERE...

View all of Partners Resource Networks webinars scheduled across Texas HERE...
We have also gathered a great number of resources/information regarding COVID-19, to view them please click  HERE...
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Ed Department Wants Feedback On Discipline Of Students With Disabilities


Students with disabilities often face more disciplinary action at school than other kids and federal officials say they’re looking for ideas about how to put an end to the disparity.  The U.S. Department of Education is seeking public comment on discipline in schools serving those in pre-K through high school.  Continue Reading...

Pediatricians Urged To Avoid Certain Tests For Kids With Autism

Pediatricians and families are being urged to think twice before going forward with a handful of clinical tests for kids with autism and other disabilities.

The American Academy of Pediatrics says that the tests have the potential to do more harm than good.  Continue Reading...

Nonprofit Aims To Keep Adults With Autism From Falling Off ‘The Cliff’

ASBURY PARK, N.J. — Corey Mohr wakes up at 6 a.m. each day, brushes his teeth and eats breakfast, which he prepares with his mother’s help. Patty Mohr makes sure he’s dressed before she leaves for work.  Then, nothing.  “He paces around the house,” Patty Mohr said. “Sometimes he’ll go on the computer, but he doesn’t have anything that will hold his interest. He paces from one end of house to the other.”  Continue Reading...
How Project-Based Learning Can Teach Empathy

My middle and high school students eagerly walk into class with their homework fully completed, ready to ask follow-up questions. They have no desire to earn a grade for this work. They did it for the sake of learning... and then I wake up from this lovely dream.  Continue Reading...

10 Tips for Going to College With ADHD

College is an exciting time! You’re surrounded by new friends and new opportunities, and have more independence than ever before. However, college life also presents unique challenges to a student with ADHD. Managing classes, a social life, and extra curricular activities without day-to-day support from parents and a structured school schedule isn’t easy. But there are plenty of things you can do to set yourself up for success. These top ten tips are a great place to start.   Continue Reading...

Making Decisions about Children Attending In-person School During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Information for Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers

This tool is designed to help parents, caregivers, and guardians weigh the risks and benefits of available educational options to help them make decisions about sending their child back to school.


The U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) required TEA to make several edits to the Notice of Procedural Safeguards and Parent's Guide to the ARD Process. Please see updated documents below.

Notice of Procedural Safeguards: 

Parent's Guide to the ARD Process:

Dispute Resolution Handbook: 

Top 10 things to do when you learn your child has a disability or special health care need...

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You may have heard about something called an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP). Maybe you’ve even got one! If you do have one, you have a choice:

  1. Start it and treat it like any other assignment; or
  2. KICKSTART it into an experience that empowers you to take charge of your future.
Learn more here...
Texas Health and Human Services

Tuition Waiver

Students who meet certain criteria can apply to have their tuition waived at state-supported, post-secondary schools in Texas. It is called the Certification of Deafness Tuition Waiver (CODTW) program.

Learn more here...
BOSTNet Engaging Families in Out-of-School Time Programs Toolkit

Through the 4-year Engaging Families Initiative, BOSTnet worked with after school
programs to develop tools and strategies to help you improve how families are involved in programs and in the success of their children. These strategies were evaluated by the Intercultural Center for Research in Education (INCRE) at UMASS as powerful tools for promoting self-assessment of program practices, and as feasible and practical strategies for enhancing parent involvement in after school. This Toolkit summarizes best practice tools and strategies from the Engaging Families Initiative.

Get the toolkit here...

The Early Childhood Family Engagement Framework Toolkit: Maryland’s Vision for Engaging Families with Young Children

This toolkit was developed by the Maryland Family Engagement Coalition and the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Early Childhood Development, as part of the Family Engagement Initiative, funded through a grant opportunity with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. It was designed to support Maryland’s early childhood community as they implement strategies of the Framework to promote family engagement in early care and education settings and to improve families and children’s outcomes by promoting a two-generational approach.

Get the toolkit here...

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