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Beachwood City Schools
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Neurodiversity, Disability, and Adaptive Education Family Network

Mission Statement

To connect, support, and work towards full inclusion of families with students who are neurodiverse, disabled, and/or require adaptive education in Beachwood City School District through social events, community building, awareness campaigns, and educational programming.

Membership/Participation

This network is open to ALL Beachwood Schools families. We welcome participation from any members of our community who wish to be educated on and contribute to matters concerning neurodiversity, disability, and adaptive education in our district. The participation and cooperation of families of students who are neurotypical, non-disabled, and do not require adaptive education is necessary and essential in order to achieve full inclusion.

Steering Committee

President - Yin Mei Lim

Secretary - Melina Aguinaga Meza

District Liaison (ex officio member) - Ali Ciccone

Please contact Yin-Mei for more information, or if you would like to join our mailing list and parent WhatsApp group.

Your tax deductible donations are always appreciated. Please make checks out to "Beachwood City School District", indicating "Neurodiversity Group" in the memo section. Mail checks to Beachwood Board of Education, 24601 Fairmount Blvd, Beachwood, OH 44122. 

Upcoming Events

Please join the Beachwood Neurodiversity, Disability, and Adaptive Education Family Network for our May meeting:

Sunday, May 22
11 am - 12:30 pm
Beachwood Playground
Rain location: Hilltop

This will be a pizza / picnic lunch playdate. Please fill out this form so we know how many people to expect, and also if you would be willing to bring something to share. Feel free to BYO lunch if you have dietary restrictions.


2nd annual ice cream social school year kick off event 
September 25, 2022 
3:00pm - 5:00pm

Membership / Participation:
This network is open to ALL Beachwood Schools families. We welcome participation from any members of our community who wish to be educated on and contribute to matters concerning neurodiversity, disability, and adaptive education in our district. The participation and cooperation of families of students who are neurotypical, non-disabled, and do not require adaptive education is necessary and essential in order to achieve full inclusion. 

Meeting Minutes