KYCCBD

Mission, Polices and Procedures & Important Links

KYCCBD LogoMission Statement

The Kentucky Council for Children with Behavior Disorders (KYCCBD) is committed to promoting and facilitating the education and general welfare of children and youth with, or at-risk for behavioral disorders. We support the activities of the national Council for Exceptional Children (CEC),Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, and all other CEC divisions. Our goals include:

    • Promoting support networks for parents and professionals.

    • Promoting quality services for children and youth.

    • Advocating for children and youth, their families and professionals.

    • Disseminating information through professional meetings, conferences, newsletters and the annual EBD Summer Institute.


Getting Involved

We are most effective when our members are active. If you are a member, please consider how you can renew or increase your involvement in KYCCBD. Contact a Board Member or Regional Representative to find out how you can become involved. If you would like to become a member, visit our Membership Information page.

RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT INTERPRETING THE REGULATION (PDF)

 

KYCCBD Policies and Procedures (updated 2011)

Click on the Constitution and the Policies and Procedures of KYCCBD


Internet Links

Behavior Homepage

An excellent resource on many levels, this site is co-sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Education and the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services at the University of Kentucky.

Council for Exceptional Children

Homepage of the Council for Exceptional Children, parent organization of the KYFCEC.

National Council for Children with Behavior Disorders

Homepage of the National Council for Children with Behavior Disorders.

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) supports programs that assist in educating children with special needs, provides for the rehabilitation of youth and adults with disabilities, and supports research to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities.