The RRC is comprised of separate Projects and Academies. Each Project and Academy provides a unique service designed to operate either alone or in concert with complementary systems of service delivery. RRC staff is available to assist clients in the selection of the services to meet their individual needs.
¨ Education and Training Supporting Schools Project
The following services are offered:
1. Direct Technical Assistance to School Administration and Staff
2. On Call Administrative Support/Crisis Management
3. Professional Development Academy including a professional development schedule tailored to meet the needs of individual schools
4. Document Preparation and development of training materials
5. Program Review and Compliance Monitoring
6. Alternative Dispute Resolution
7. Subscription to RRC News Bulletin
8. RRC Publications
9. Statewide Community Directory
¨ Roy T. Morgan Family Academy
Provides technical assistance and resources for parents and family members to access programs and services for students with disabilities.
¨ Professional Development Academy
Provides professional training for identified professions requiring ongoing continuing education. Our established “Link to Learning” and “Brain Injury Education Series” will be joined by additional seminars specifically tailored for professionals and paraprofessionals.
¨ Center for Public Policy
Examines complex social issues and brings together community members, school personnel, state, city, town and legislative representatives to share experiences and offer solutions to emerging local challenges.
¨ Professional Consultant Group
Professionals from across a broad spectrum of disciplines and areas will gather in a“grand rounds” style of collaboration to brainstorm challenging cases and will be available to provide individual consultation to schools and organizations.
¨ School Local Advisory Committee Academy
Provides technical assistance and ongoing training and support to statewide local advisory committees.
¨University and College Affiliates
RRC partners with universities and colleges to provide training and CEU opportunities for professionals and educators.
¨ RRC Transitional Training Community Partner- ship
A partnership with local school districts to provide
Individually designed transition programs to meet identified needs of students requiring continuing programming including community based opportunities and training.
¨ RRC Club House Model Partnership
A structured program offering supervised employment within a business model known as a “clubhouse”. This program is designed for young adults with disabilities typically over age 21. Schools are encouraged to partner with the RRC to identify and prepare school aged children 18-21 who would benefit from this model.