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Welcome to the Arc of Weld County's Resources Page—a dedicated space designed to empower and support our community.

The Arc@School


Do you find the special education process confusing? 

We are excited to share with our community The Arc@School, an online self-paced curriculum to assist anyone supporting a child with IDD in special education.  Topics include advocacy skills training, IDEA, IEPs, 504s, procedural safeguards and so much more.  An interesting fact is that several chapters of The Arc, from all across the country, participated in the development of this curriculum, including us!  We are so proud of this work and believe it to be an invaluable tool for everyone. 

If you work in the special education system, in any capacity, or support a child with IDD, please click the link below and learn more about this opportunity.  There is a cost associated with this curriculum, however, if you use the promo code thearc2688, you will receive a $5 discount courtesy of our chapter. 


  • Learn to advocate for the services and supports your child needs. 


Educators & Service Providers 

  • Understand what is required by law to support your students with IDD. 

  • Get the information you need to better serve your students with IDD and build relationships with their families. 


Curriculum Components 

The Arc@School’s Advocacy Curriculum includes eight modules on the topics below. Each module is about an hour long and includes a pre-test, a listening guide, narrated videos, a post-test, and additional resources. 

What do I get once I complete it? 

Once you have completed the entire curriculum, you will receive a certificate of completion and you will be given online access to all of the curriculum materials. Please note that the certificate of completion does not guarantee earning of continuing education credits, because every state, school district, and professional organization has its own standards and requirements. Contact your state education agency, local school district, or professional organization to determine whether the curriculum will be accepted for professional development. 

Need more information? 

Click here to check out the brochure

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