Looking for ways to stop your child’s worry cycle? In this webinar, you will learn the role you play as a parent in your child’s mental health as well as tips, tools, and language to use in order to break the patterns of anxiety in your home.
Unexpected school closures and the sudden shift to virtual instruction has caused stress, frustration, uncertainty, and fatigue for many families. Virtual instruction comes with its own set of challenges, but there are useful strategies that can reduce tension and help maintain the connection between home and school. This webinar will provide families with methods for setting up schedules and routines for supporting distance and hybrid learning. We will go beyond just creating a calendar, by identifying specific ways to make schedules more rewarding and providing ideas to unwind and return to more normal home routines once the school day is complete. Participants will leave with strategies and resources they can use to set up a behaviorally-based learning environment at home.
Need some tips to support gender expansive students? This webinar offers useful, easy-to-implement tools to learn more about pronoun usage, promote gender inclusivity on your campus and to ensure your reports are student-centered and ethically informed.
The field of special education has historically been heavily influenced by the law and most professionals routinely keep abreast of legal updates; however, the global pandemic is challenging even the most legal savvy professional. Updates, changes, and new case law are emerging almost every week and it is becoming increasingly more difficult to balance the requirements of the law and still continue to practice ethically. This webinar provides an overview of current relevant case law.