Parent Communication and Advocacy

PARENT COMMUNICATION AND ADVOCACY

PRESENTATIONS

A “How-To” Guide for Improving Parent-Provider Communication

Justyna Balzar, MEd, BCBA

VIDEO

Materials: Communication Skills (PDF Format)

Related Article: How to Use an ABA Approach to Advocate for Your Special Needs Child,
co-authored by Justyna Balzar (PDF Format)

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Transitioning to College:
Understanding Post-Secondary Challenges and Legal Issues for Students with ADHD and Learning Disabilities

Robert M. Tudisco, Esq.

VIDEO

Materials: Transitioning to College
(PDF Format)

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Co-sponsored by Wilton Library

Post High School and College Planning for Students on the Spectrum: Helping Our Students Prepare for Their Future and Find the Right Path

Jane Thierfeld Brown, EdD

Transitioning: When a Child with a Disability Turns 18, What’s Next?

Colleen E. Masse, Esq.

VIDEO

Materials: Transition at Age 18 (PDF Format)

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Co-sponsored by SoNo Branch Library: SPED MATTERS

How to Talk with Your Child’s Team:
Effective Communication During the PPT/504 Process

Todd Kellogg, LMFT, BCBA

VIDEO

Materials: Presentation Content (PDF Format)

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ARTICLES FOR PARENTS

by Eve Kessler, Esq.

Becoming the advocate your child with LD deserves means learning how to navigate the school system. It’s essential to educate yourself on policies that impact your child as well as develop positive relationships with those in a position to give your child what she needs.

ARTICLE

by Eve Kessler, Esq.

As a parent, it’s your job to manage your child’s education and secure their rights under the law. Here are some tips to help you establish a collaborative partnership with your school to achieve those goals.

ARTICLE

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