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Click on any of the topic below for a quick and informative slideshow.  For more information, or for answers to your specific questions on how to better support your child in Wyoming, please contact Parent Information Center at (307) 684-2277.

  1. Protections Under Special Education: 

  2. 3 Key Strategies for Managing Executive Function Skill Weakness

  3. 7 Effective Communication Tips

  4. Extended School Year (ESY)

  5. Promoting Self Advocacy in Youth with Disabilities

  6. Multi-Tiered Systems of Supports

Keys - Parent's Right Handbook

View our revised 2016 Keys to Confident & Effective Parent Participation in the Special Ed Process. A free handbook published by PIC to help parents become confident and effective participants in the special education process.


The final Wyoming Chapter 7 Rules Governing Services for Children with Disabilities (signed into effect 3-22-2010 for students ages 3 to 21). These rules have many references to the federal IDEA statute and additional rules Dec 2008.

Find topics and resources about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) at


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The following Federal IDEA regulations have been prepared by U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). View and print the regulations by clicking on the title below.NOTE: You may need Adobe Reader to view these files. You may obtain Adobe Reader free from

Find current resources on IDEA and NCLB on

What is PHP of WY, Inc.?

Parents Helping Parents of Wyoming, Inc is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1990. Governed by a board of directors, the majority who are parents or family members of children with disabilities. PHP 's mission is to help families become more active in their children’s learning and education, to serve and support children with and without disabilities through advocacy, education, and referral. 

It is the policy of the Parent Information Center to ensure equitable access to and participation in its activities for all Wyoming families with special attention paid to ensuring access for the most underserved families due to poverty, disability, race, color, language, ethnicity, immigrant status or national origin, gender, or age.

PHP of WY is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization; therefore, your donation is tax deductible. We welcome all donations. Every donation helps us strengthen our network of support for families.

Parent Information Center
238 N. Main St, Suite 5
Buffalo, WY 82834 
(307) 684-2277