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CAPCA Listserv Information

CAPCA's listservs are designed to facilitate discussions regarding legislative and policy issues of special interest to Californians.

They usually involve low volume, except during legislative season. National special education issues will also be included as they relate to California.

To join, send an email to with:
Your connection to disability issues (parent or extended family member; professional; attorney, etc.) Your nameYour e-mail address you would like to use for membershipYour street addressOne or more phone numbers. If you work in an area related to disability issues, please let us know your occupation and the agency for which you work.Your child's disability, if applicableSpecial Note For Attorneys: Please include your Bar Number and the information of the law office where you are employed.

Because these listservs are a crucial organizational resource for our community, employees of school districts, county offices of education, SELPA's and …


CAPCA now has a store at Cafe Press. Visit the store at
There are many items at the CAPCA store and 60% of your purchase goes towards funding CAPCA's efforts!

CAPCA Hooded Sweatshirt  CAPCA's hooded sweatshirt is designed for comfort and warmth! The sweatshirt has the CAPCA logo on the front and the back.

CAPCA has tee-shirts just for kids! CAPCA children's tee-shirts are just like mom and dad's but with the logo on the back. Kids sizes range from infant to XL.

Acceptable Use Policy

CAPCA Listserv Rules and Acceptable Use Privacy Policies

Please read the following Listserv rules and acceptable use policy which apply to CAPCAWEB and CAPCALAW. By subscribing to and receiving any CAPCA email list, including having access to listserv posts through email and the archives, you acknowledge and agree to the following rules and acceptable use policies. Address questions about the rules or list to, not to the list.

The Purpose of the CAPCA Listservs is to share information that will improve the climate in California with respect to services and supports for children with special needs. As such, it is critical that the members of the Listservs feel comfortable about exchanging information without fear of that same information being used in any way other than to further the interests of the special needs community in California. Strict adherence to these Rules, Confidentiality and this Acceptable Use Policy is critical to the maintenance of these Listserv…