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DDRS Quarterly Financial Review

To: Consumers, families, advocates, providers and stakeholders who support individuals with disabilities in Indiana From: Peter A. Bisbecos, DDRS Director Re: SFY 2009 Quarterly Financial Review Date: August 14, 2009 You are invited to attend the Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services (DDRS) 2009 State Fiscal Year (SFY) Quarterly Financial Review. During the presentation I will share with you the current financial status of DDRS as well as provide an update on many of our programs and services. Event: SFY 2009 Quarterly Financial Review Date: Monday, August 17, 2009 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. EST Location: Indiana Government Center (IGC) South Auditorium (1st floor) 402 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46207 Parking: Parking is available at meters on Washington St. as well as at nearby parking garages such as Eiteljorg Museum, the Marriott, and Circle Centre Mall Access to IGC North and South: Visitors must enter through the Public Entrance at 302 W. Washi

SAC Meeting August 14, 2009

August 14, 2009 Agenda I. Welcome II. Minutes from May 8, 2009 III. What’s New at the Department IV. Overview of Monitoring Plan V. Focus of On-site Monitoring VI. Needs Assessment and the RFP Process VII. Navigating the Course Document VIII. Revisions to Article 7 IX. Hearing Decisions All meetings will be held at the Carmel Clay Educational Service Center, 5201 East 131 Street Carmel, IN 46033, in the from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Indiana State Advisory Council on the Education of Children

Members of the State Advisory Council must be citizens of Indiana who are representative of the state’s population and selected on the basis of their involvement in or concern with the education of children with disabilities. A majority of the members must be individuals with disabilities or the parents of children with disabilities. Members must also include teachers, state and local education officials, program administrators, representatives of various state agencies, representatives of higher education institutions that prepare special education and related service personnel, representatives of nonpublic schools, and representatives of vocational, community, or business organizations concerned with the provision of transitional services to children with disabilities. Interested parties may send their resume to Becky Reynolds at