ARIN will destroy records for any person with a birthdate prior to July 1, 2008 who was referred to, evaluated by, and/or received services from the ARIN Early Intervention Program or other ARIN programs including but not limited to speech, vision, and/or hearing services. If you are a former student or custodial guardian of a former student and you wish to review or receive these records, please contact ARIN Intermediate Unit at 724-463-5300, ext. 1246 before October 10, 2017.
Fiscal Training for IDEA-B, Contingency and APS/CSDB presented by Sue Leonard.
ARIN IU and RIU6 have been working in partnership for the past two years in a variety of areas. This new partnership expands the shared services to another level.
Early Childhood Educators work closely with and provide support for families with children who have special needs. Increasingly, staff are encountering families caught up in the current opioid crisis. This training will provide attendees with local trend data, risk factors and symptoms as well as information about recovery services. This epidemic can weigh heavily on educators and resiliency of staff is essential. This training will also provide an interactive workshop to discover how “Mindfulness, Play, and Gratitude” are skills for self-care that can be actively and intentionally practiced.
ARIN Intermediate Unit 28 invites you to review our 2016 Annual Report to learn more about our programs and services.