Working Together a FREE special education webinar series for families

Transition from School to Adult LIife: Using the IEP to Create Success [WORKING TOGETHER SERIES]

This workshop will focus on youth with disabilities ages 14-22 and the special educationservices needed to prepare them for employment, independent living, and further education.The workshop will also provide information about the transition to the adult human servicesystem, including Chapter 688, the state law that helps plan for youth with disabilities afterthey leave school, and […]

Working Together a FREE special education webinar series for families

Massachusetts Anti-Bullying Law: IEP & School-wide Strategies to Prevent Bullying of Students with Disabilities [WORKING TOGETHER SERIES]

This workshop will focus on laws that require both school-wide efforts to create safe andsupportive school environments for students with disabilities and laws that require IEPTeams to address bullying of students with disabilities. This will be more important now while students adjust to being back in school with their peers, during the COVID-19 recovery. Link […]

Working Together a FREE special education webinar series for families

Compensatory Services to Address Covid-19 [WORKING TOGETHER SERIES]

This workshop will describe the range of compensatory services still available to addressdisruptions during the 2019-2020 school year and the 2020-2021 school year, the steps todetermine the need for services for individual students, the importance of includingparents in the discussion, and strategies to support parents. Link to register: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApd-2orTspG9LfPNn2KZ-JJtwNtAdTKDyy     This webinar is being […]

WORKING TOGETHER WEBINAR SERIES

Compensatory Services during COVID-19

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 […]

WORKING TOGETHER WEBINAR SERIES

Transition Training

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 […]

WORKING TOGETHER WEBINAR SERIES

Autism Parent Training

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 […]

WORKING TOGETHER WEBINAR SERIES

Anti-Bullying Training

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 […]

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COVID-19 Special Education Resources

Life has changed drastically for many, including students receiving special education services in Massachusetts. Parents now have the added responsibility of monitoring and making sure their children are keeping up with their school work. MassPAC/FCSN has created simple Student Remote Learning Record worksheet to help you keep track of your child’s learning activities. Download the […]