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February 23 6:30-8:00pm This workshop will address COVID-19 compensatory services for students with disabilities. This is a chance to learn and ask questions about how districts will determine whether children with disabilities need compensatory services due to the unexpected school closures required because of COVID-19. This workshop will focus on describing the range of COVID-19 […]
April 27 6:30-8:00pm This workshop will address the transition planning and services required for youth with disabilities ages 14-22, including a focus on transition services during COVID-19. The training will focus on the transition special education services needed to prepare youth for employment, independent living, and further education, including guidance and strategies to address transition […]
May 11 6:30-8:00pm This workshop provides an overview of specific legal requirements about the unique needs of children with autism, including a focus on special education during COVID-19. This workshop addresses current trends, legal standards, and evaluation rights and procedures including guidance and strategies to address the special education needs of youth with autism during […]
May 25 6:30-8:00pm This workshop will address the significant changes in special education practice that are a result of the state’s anti- bullying prevention law. The training focuses on both school-wide efforts to create safe and supportive school environments for students with disabilities and laws that require IEP Teams to address bullying of students with […]
Like so many our world came to a crashing halt on March 16, 2020. It really hasn’t moved forward in almost a year. It has become so very lonely for our daughter Grace. No school, limited visitors, limited nursing support, and the constant fear that my job as a preschool owner would bethe way this […]