Easter Seals is looking for volunteers who would like to help students with physical disabilities. One opportunity is to become a volunteer on the Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) for your school board.
These three videos provide information on the purpose of SEAC, Roles and Responsibilities, and Meeting Process. Have a look at the videos and decide whether you might be interested in finding out more. If you are interested, please e-mail Alison Morse at email@example.com
Click on the links below to view each new module.
Purpose of SEAC
SEACs play an important role in your school board. Learn what a SEAC does and how they contribute to special education.
Roles and Responsibilities
What exactly does a SEAC member do? Learn how to be an effective member of your SEAC.
Setting agendas, making motions, minority reports and much more. How to be a part of a successful SEAC meeting.
The videos have been developed by the Provincial Parent Association Advisory Committee on Special Education Advisory Committees (PAAC on SEAC), a network of provincial associations that represent the interests of exceptional students. Each of the 16 provincial associations, including Easter Seals Ontario, supports the members of SEACs. PAAC on SEAC has been providing information and resources to SEAC members since 1983. For more information about PAAC on SEAC visit our website at www.paac-seac.ca