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General and Special Education Conference – March

March 10 - March 12

The March 2021 General and Special Education Conference provides in-depth, evidence-based training for educators, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists, and related professions. Full-day courses include:

DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY- MARCH 11, 2021
Achieve Success with Defiant, Emotional, and Disengaged Students by MaryAnn Brittingham, MS, Family and Child Counseling
Using the Power of Play to Create Calm, Grounded, and Engaged Learners by Janine Halloran, MA, LMHC
Every Move Counts, Clicks and Chats: A Sensory-Based Approach to Communication and Assistive Technology – part 1 by Jane Korsten, MA
The Challenge of Challenging Behaviors! Understanding and Effectively Addressing the Behavioral Challenges of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Susan K. Lewis Stokes, MA, CCC-SLP
From Embedding SEL in Daily Instruction to Improve Student Engagement and Academic Success – part 1 by Mike Anderson, MS

DAY TWO: THURSDAY- MARCH 11, 2021
It’s All About Independent Functioning! Practical Strategies that Foster Independence for Students with ASD by Susan K. Lewis Stokes, MA, CCC-SLP
Interventions for Executive Function Difficulties: Changing the Brain to Change Behavior by George McCloskey, PhD
Trauma Responsive Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Planning – part 2 by Lynne DeSousa, MS, School Psychologist
Every Move Counts, Clicks and Chats: A Sensory-Based Approach to Communication and Assistive Technology – part 2 by Lynne DeSousa, MS, School Psychologist
Embedding SEL in Daily Instruction to Improve Student Engagement and Academic Success – part 2 by Mike Anderson, MS
Teaching Social Skills Remotely by Rebecca Moyes, MEd

DAY THREE: FRIDAY- MARCH 12, 2021
Integrated Technology Tools to Support Dyslexia and Other Language-Based Learning Disabilities by Sharon Plante, MA
The Neuropsychology of Emotional Disorders: A Framework for Effective Interventions by Steven Feifer, DEd, ABSNP
Trauma Responsive Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Planning – part 2 by Lynne DeSousa, MS, School Psychologist
Grading Smarter, Not Harder: Building an Assessment Strategy to Empower Struggling Learners by Myron Dueck, MEd
“Yes, and…” Using Improv to Promote Academic and Social-Emotional Success for Students with (and without) Disabilities by Jim Ansaldo, PhD
Fostering Equity in Special Education by William White, EdS
Opening the Doors to Students with Moderate to Significant Cognitive/Developmental Delays by Kathy Morris, MEd

Plus a special keynote “The Difference Intervention: Reframing Student Backgrounds to Improve Motivation, Behavior, and Well-Being” by Mesmin Destin.

Organizer

Rehab Seminars
Phone:
(206) 749-9995
Email:
info@rehabseminars.org
Website:
https://rehabseminars.org

Other

Credits
Graduate Credit, ASHA, AOTA, APA, NBCC, NASP, NASW
Event Contact Email
info@rehabseminars.org
Event Contact Person
Justin Cole

Venue

Virtual Training
United States + Google Map