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May 19 Regular Association Meeting: “Inclusion Confusion”

“Inclusion Confusion:  Common Definitions, Continuing Questions and Emerging Trends in 2016” When: May 19, 2016, 7-8:30 pm Where:  Brookside Intermediate Are you experiencing Inclusion Confusion?   There are so many different definitions and practices associated with inclusive education that it is easy to become confused!  This session features Dr. Frances Stetson, President of Stetson and

4/11 Member Education Meeting: Caring for the Caregiver – CANCELLED

“Caring for the Caregiver.” – CANCELLED When: April 11, 2016, 12:30-1:30pm Where: Falcon Pass Elementary School Special Needs families have unique and special stress on a daily basis.  While taking care of our kids is important, it’s even more important that we take care of ourselves as well.   Join us to learn ways to identify the stress,

3/24 Member Education Mtg:  Sensory Strategies 101

“Wiggle While We Work” When: March 24, 2016, 6:30 pm – 8 pm Where: Brookwood Elementary School Join us to understand sensory processing, and why movement helps in the learning environment. Speaker: Lisa Otto, Occupational Therapist

4/21 Regular Association Meeting and Parent Support Night

April 21, 2016, 7-8:30 pm, Space Center Intermediate. Short business meeting then break-out sessions hosted by teachers, parents, and members of the community. Elementary:  ARD Document Basics, Understanding IEP Goals Intermediate:  Improving your Child’s Social Life, What to Expect in High School High School/Adult:  Secondary Education Options, What’s the Difference Between Guardianship and Power of

2/25 Regular Association Meeting

Thank you to all who attended our first regular association meeting.  It was a great success! We had a full house and a very informative and knowledgeable speaker.  Dr. Swanson’s research on reading intervention was really useful and  gave hope that we can continue progressing in reading fluency and comprehension at any age.  There was a  great

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