All events are free and open to the public. 



Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Literacy Evaluations and the Dyslexic Student

Presenter: Sheryl Knapp, MEd

Sheryl Knapp, MEd, A/AOGPE, CDT/IDA, the Founder and Director of the Literacy Learning & Assessment Center of Connecticut in Norwalk, will discuss the essential components of literacy – including phonemic awareness, word identification, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. She will review the importance of each and the ways in which each can be effectively assessed, with a particular focus on students with dyslexia.

Sheryl provides evaluative and consultative services to local families and school districts, as well as direct literacy remediation for students with a wide array of disabilities. She earned her Associate level Certification with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners & Educators in 2010 and has completed a 200-hour practicum and all other requirements toward the next level of certification with the Academy. Sheryl has a Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction, with a specialization in literacy, from Post University, a Masters in Decision Sciences from the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in Cognitive Science and Psychology from Wesleyan University. A frequent presenter on topics relating to literacy interventions and assessments, Sheryl currently serves as President of the Dyslexia Society of CT, was a long-time Board member for the CT Down Syndrome Congress, and is a contributing writer and editor for Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, in Westport.

6:00 p.m. Sandwiches & Refreshments

6:30 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Presentation

SoNo Branch Library
Community Room
10 Washington Street, Norwalk

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-sponsored by SoNo Branch Library: SPED MATTERS

MATERIALS: Literacy Evaluations (PDF Format)


Thursday, September 13, 2018

Starting the Year Off Right:
Gearing Up for Your Next IEP Team Meeting

Presenter: Gail Mangs, Esq.

Gail Mangs, Esq. will share helpful information to assist parents who will be meeting with school district staff to discuss educational services. Specific tips will include: how to prepare for the meeting, what materials and information to bring, who will be at the meeting, how to participate fully in the meeting, and what to do if you disagree with IEP team decisions. Attorney Mangs will also review documents that the IEP Team may generate, such as a meeting summary, pages of the IEP, recommendations, and written notifications of action that the school district plans to take or refuses to take as a result of the meeting.

Ms. Mangs, a recent retiree from the State Department of Education, worked for 13 years in the Bureau of Special Education, where she managed the special education hearing and mediation systems, served as a special education mediator for parents and local school districts, and investigated special education complaints. Previous to that position, she was a special education hearing officer for 12 years. Ms. Mangs received her BA from Clark University, MA in education from Northwestern University, and JD from the UCONN School of Law.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Comstock Community Center
180 School Road, Wilton

MATERIALS: Gearing Up (PDF Format)


Monday, October 8, 2018

Children Do Well When They Can:
Identifying and Solving Problems That Cause Challenging Behaviors

Presenter: Ross Greene, PhD

Children do well when they can; when they can’t, it is because of lagging skills and unsolved problems. All children have times when they struggle to handle life’s expectations. Those with significant behavioral challenges seem to have more of those times and may respond in ways that are more extreme. But whether a child responds by whining, pouting, sulking, crying or withdrawing or in ways that are more concerning — hitting, kicking, screaming, swearing, biting or spitting — the goal of parents and caregivers is to identify and solve the underlying problems that are causing those behaviors.

In this presentation, child psychologist Ross W. Greene, PhD, author of The Explosive Child; Lost at School; Lost & Found; and Raising Human Beings, will help participants understand their children’s challenging episodes, identify unsolved problems and begin to solve those problems collaboratively and proactively.

Dr. Greene is the originator of the innovative, empirically-supported approach to children’s behavioral challenges known as Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS). As described in his books, the CPS model provides a compassionate understanding of children’s behavioral challenges and an effective, non-adversarial approach for reducing challenging behaviors, improving communication and repairing relationships.

Dr. Greene is the Founding Director of Lives in the Balance, a non-profit organization devoted to providing accessible resources and programs to caregivers of children with behavioral challenges. The organization advocates for non-punitive and non-adversarial interventions and takes a strong stand against the use of corporal punishment at home and in schools, restraint and seclusion in schools and restrictive therapeutic facilities, and detention, suspension and expulsion in schools, pre-schools and daycare settings.

Dr. Greene served on the faculty at Harvard Medical School for over 20 years and is currently an adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Virginia Tech and an adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Science at the University of Technology Sydney, in Australia. He lectures widely and provides consultations to families, schools and therapeutic facilities throughout the world.

This Special Parent Presentation follows Dr. Greene’s Keynote Address to all Wilton Public School faculty members during their professional development day.

5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Wilton High School Clune Center
395 Danbury Road, Wilton

Please contact Genevieve.Eason@gmail.com with questions
Co-sponsored by Wilton Public Schools and Wilton Youth Council


Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Second Annual Transition Expo

Transition into adulthood is an overwhelming time for students and families.

Representatives from providers will present an overview of services: DDS; BRS; College Steps (NCC); Abilis; Transition CT; a probate attorney; and a parent panel of families with students post-21.
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Wilton High School
Zellner Gallery
395 Danbury Road, Wilton

Co-sponsored by Wilton Public Schools


Thursday, November 8, 2018

Medication, Not Magic:
Making Wise Choices for Kids with ADHD

Presenter: Kevin T. Kalikow, MD

A thorough and balanced presentation of a thorny topic.

Kevin T. Kalikow, MD will help untangle the complexities of pharmacological treatments for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and co-existing conditions. He will discuss indications for medication; whether or not to give psychiatric drugs to your child or adolescent and, if so, when; potential benefits and risks; and ethical dilemmas.

Dr. Kalikow, a child psychiatrist in private practice for 30 years, speaks widely on the use of psychiatric medication in children and adolescents. He is the author of Your Child in the Balance: Solving the Psychiatric Medicine Dilemma and Kids on Meds: Up-to-Date Information About the Most Commonly Prescribed Psychiatric Medications, a guide to psychiatric medication for non-medically trained mental health professionals.

A graduate of Tulane University School of Medicine, Dr. Kalikow did his residency in psychiatry at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, Westchester Division, and his fellowship in child/adolescent psychiatry at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. He teaches at New York Presbyterian Hospital and is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at New York Medical College.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton

Co-sponsored by Wilton Youth Council and the Wilton Library

MATERIALS: Making Wise Choices (PDF Format)


Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Too Stressed to Learn:
Top 10 Practical Strategies for Getting Worry & Anxiety Out of the Way in the Classroom, During Homework, and Beyond

Presenter: Susan Bauerfeld, PhD

Is anxiety and worry getting in the way of your child’s learning? Susan Bauerfeld, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist, parent consultant/coach, and ADHD coach, will present an overview of the neurobiological mechanisms of anxiety and worry; a model for understanding how these mechanisms impact the brain’s availability for both learning and interpersonal connections; and a set of practical skills for managing worry that fosters self-regulation, an increased capacity for learning, and improved interpersonal relationships.

Dr. Bauerfeld’s passion is teaching skills that lead to positive, connected relationships, especially skills of self-regulation, anxiety management and effective communication. Combining the experiences and challenges she encountered while raising her own three boys with her experience in psychotherapy, neuropsychology, cognitive remediation, and ADHD coaching, she works to help parents strengthen their most powerful tool – a supportive, connective relationship with their children.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-Sponsored by the Wilton Library

MATERIALS: Too Stressed to Learn (PDF Format)


Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Your Kids’ Secrets about Drugs and Alcohol

Presenters: Dennis Bludnicki, Holly Robinson and Maggie Young

Vaping? Pharming? Bowling?

It can be difficult to speak with your kids about drugs and alcohol, especially when you don’t even know the language. Addiction, however, is a wide-ranging topic with dangerous, long-lasting consequences of illicit drug use, especially for teens and pre-teens with anxiety and depression, learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, OCD, executive function disorder and other regulatory issues. The recent trend of e-cigarettes and vaping has taken hold of kids as young as 12, who are under the mistaken impression that they pose few health risks.

Dennis Bludnicki, Holly Robinson and Maggie Young, staff from Liberation Programs, Inc., will discuss addiction in teens, including: how to talk to your kids about addiction; how stress and anxiety can impact your teen’s substance use/abuse and what you can do about it; and warning signs of substance abuse and how to catch them early.

Dennis Bludnicki, MDiv has been with Liberation Programs, Inc. for over 14 years. Currently, Mr. Bludnicki is working with youth and their families in the Greenwich community and surrounding area, providing prevention education and drug and alcohol counseling.

Holly Robinson, MA, NCC started with Liberation Programs, Inc. in 2017 working with youth and their families in the Greenwich community and surrounding area, providing prevention education and drug and alcohol counseling.

Maggie Young, MSW, LADC has been with Liberation Programs, Inc. for 24 years. Maggie is Director of Women and Children services with oversight over Youth and Family Resources, Gini’s House permanent supportive housing, and Families in Recovery, an inpatient treatment program for pregnant and parenting women with children located in Norwalk.

Liberation Programs provides a variety of services to help youth, adults and families stay free of the disease of addiction in order to restore their lives. The agency has sites in Norwalk, Darien, Greenwich, Stamford and Bridgeport, which serve 1,200 people daily. Services include inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs, as well as preventative education and community outreach.

6:00 p.m. Sandwiches & Refreshments

6:30 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Presentation

SoNo Branch Library
Community Room
10 Washington Street, Norwalk

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-Sponsored by SoNo Branch Library: SPED MATTERS


Thursday, January 24, 2019

Let Me Tell You a Story: The Importance of Narratives for Pre-School and School-Aged Children

Presenter: Lydia Soifer, Ph.D.

We all tell stories – all kinds of stories, about our experiences, about books, about friends and family. Learning how to tell stories is an important skill for young children. It is connected to both social skill development and reading comprehension. Lydia Soifer, PhD will discuss the nature of story telling, the developmental sequence of skill development, and what can be done to help young story-tellers develop more robust narrative skills.

Dr. Soifer, the founder and director of The Soifer Center for Learning and Child Development for its 25-year tenure, continues to provide educational consultation and advocacy services to families on behalf of their children, in coordination with other professionals and schools. Classroom Language Dynamics ©, the teaching training program Dr. Soifer designed, is used in a variety of school settings to empower teachers and invigorate learners of all kinds. A frequent presenter at local and national conferences, Dr. Soifer focuses on guiding all educational professionals to answer the essential question, “Who is this child?” Dr. Soifer is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and a faculty member in the Early Intervention Training Institute (EITI), both at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City.

7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Temple Sholom of Greenwich
300 East Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-Sponsored by Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities and Temple Sholom of Greenwich.


Tuesday, January 29, 2019

SNOW DATE: Wednesday, January 30, 2019

The Scoop on Psych Testing:
What Do All Those Numbers Really Mean?

Presenter: Caley Schwartz, PhD

Licensed clinical psychologist Caley Schwartz, PhD will present an overview of common areas examined in psychological and psycho-educational testing, including IQ, achievement, memory, executive functioning, social communication, and development. She will discuss the significance of psych testing, what information can be gained from it, how to interpret the numbers you see in the reports, and how important comprehensive recommendations based on the conclusions of the testing are for appropriate interventions and support services.

Dr. Schwartz earned a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Miami and completed a two-year Fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center, where she received generalist and autism-specific training. Upon completion of her postdoctoral training, Dr. Schwartz became a faculty member within the Autism Program at the Yale Child Study Center. In addition, she completed a certification in Clinical Issues in Adoption, developed jointly by the CT Department of Children and Families, the UCONN School of Social Work, and Southern CT State University. Currently, Dr. Schwartz is a Clinical Instructor at the Yale Child Study Center.

In her private practice, in Ridgefield, CT, Dr. Schwartz provides comprehensive psycho-educational and psychological evaluations, as well as diagnostic evaluations requested by both parents and school systems.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Comstock Community Center
180 School Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

MATERIALS: Psych Testing (PDF Format)


Thursday, February 14, 2019

“Put Your Oxygen Mask on First”
Tools for Parents of Kids with Special Needs

Presenter: Dave Sylvestro

I still recall hearing the flight attendant (way back then, the stewardess) say during my very first plane ride, “In the event of cabin depressurization, put the oxygen mask over your face first, and then affix it to your child.” WAIT, I thought. Isn’t that kind of selfish? Aren’t we always supposed to put our kids first?

Silly me. Those words serve as an important lesson to parents, NOT just pertaining to providing oxygen. Parenting kids in today’s world – in this particular area of the world, even – is both a joyful and satisfying yet increasingly complex, stressful, and often exhausting responsibility. Like those flight attendants knew, it’s crucial to make sure the adults are in the best shape they can be, while they provide for their children. As parents, we need to keep in touch with our OWN physical, mental and emotional pulse so we can provide the nurturing, structure and guidance our children need.

This interactive presentation is about keeping ourselves “steady and ready” – making sure OUR oxygen masks are properly on – by knowing how to recognize and what to do when our own stress levels may be interfering with our parenting goals.

School psychologist Dave Sylvestro facilitates individual- and group-counseling sessions, parent support groups and Dads-Only groups, provides training and staff development to professionals, and presents at LD conferences worldwide. He served as school psychologist at Eagle Hill Schools for over 35 years and currently is serving in that position at The Southport School.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-sponsored by the Wilton Library

MATERIALS: Tools for Parents (PDF Format)


Thursday, February 21, 2019

SNOW DATE: Friday, February 22, 2019

Planning for Children With Special Needs –
Now and in the Future

Presenter: Colleen E. Masse, Esq.

It is important to ensure that your child with special needs will stay financially secure – now and later, when you’re no longer able to provide support. Colleen E. Masse, Esq., an attorney specializing in estate and special needs planning, will discuss strategies to qualify for public benefits, protect income, and put a financial plan in place to secure your child’s future. For example: What is a special needs trust and how does it work? What is an ABLE account and how does it differ from a special needs trust? How can your child qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income, and health insurance through Medicaid and Medicare? What are funding options for the trust and whom can you select as trustee/s?

Attorney Masse, a graduate of UConn Law School, has spent years working with and advocating for people with disabilities. She is experienced with the complicated Medicaid application process and has in-depth knowledge of public programs to help protect your loved one’s eligibility to receive benefits.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Comstock Community Center
180 School Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

MATERIALS: Planning for Children With Disabilities (PDF Format)


Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Post-Secondary Educational Opportunities for Students With Intellectual Disabilities

Presenter: Walter Glomb

Walter Glomb, Executive Director of the Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities, will be in Wilton to discuss the Think College Strategic Plan for Connecticut. The plan was developed last year by the University of Connecticut Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities and is ready to be implemented. This is the beginning of a three-year project, which will be funded by the Council’s grant from the federal Administration for Community Living.

The goal is to develop a rational system of post-secondary educational opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities in Connecticut. It will follow the Think College model and include Comprehensive Transition and Post-secondary Programs (CTP) at colleges and universities in Connecticut. Becoming an approved CTP allows colleges and universities to provide financial aid to eligible students with intellectual disabilities.

The Council is now seeking students with intellectual disabilities who would like to attend college in September 2019. The Council would provide technical assistance with the application, accommodations and curriculum. The student and family would be part of a participatory action research project that would report to the college trustees and to the legislature about processes that need improvement.

6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. 

Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-sponsored by Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities and Wilton Library.

MATERIALS: Think College! (PDF Format)


Thursday, March 7, 2019

The Physiology of Addiction:
Effects of Drug-Taking Behavior on the Brain

Presenter: Ruth A. Potee, MD

Ruth A. Potee, MD will provide an overview of how substances and addictive behaviors impact the brain and how the brain is injured by prolonged exposure to these substances and behaviors.

Her presentation will explore normal risk taking behaviors of the developing brain, as well as the impact of marijuana on the adolescent brain acutely and long term. The risk and impact of addiction on adolescents with ADHD will also be addressed.

Dr. Potee is a board certified Family Physician and Addiction Medicine physician at Valley Medical Group in Greenfield, MA. She attended Wellesley College, Yale University School of Medicine and did her residency at Boston University, where she remained as an assistant professor of Family Medicine for eight years. In addition to practicing full-scope family medicine, she is currently the Medical Director for the Franklin County House of Corrections, the Franklin Recovery and Treatment Center and the Pioneer Valley Regional School District, as well as the Chair of the Healthcare Solutions of the Opioid Taskforce of Franklin County. She was named Franklin County Doctor of the Year by the Massachusetts Medical Society in 2015.

This program is appropriate for parents of middle and high school parents. You are encouraged to bring your children.

7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. 

Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-sponsored by Wilton Youth Council, Weston Youth Services, Wilton Youth Services, and Wilton Library

MATERIALS: Addiction Effects (PDF Format)


Wednesday, March 20, 2019

LIKE: The Impact of Social Media On Our Lives

Free Screening
Followed by Discussion With Susan Bauerfeld, PhD

Join us for a screening of LIKE, a brand new IndieFlix Original documentary film that explores the impact of social media on our lives. The screening will be followed by a discussion with licensed clinical psychologist Susan Bauerfeld, PhD, a popular speaker on the topic of managing the impact of digital devices and content.

Technology is a tool that’s here to stay and social media platforms are places to connect, share and care. But what’s really happening?

Fifty-seven percent of all teens agree that using social media often distracts them when they should be doing homework. Twenty percent of teen drivers say they check notifications while driving, at least sometimes. And 57% of teens say that if parents knew what happens on social media, they’d be a lot more worried about it.

So, are we addicted? How do we stop? Where do we start? What do we need to know? By understanding the effects of technology and social media on the brain, on our lives and on our civilization, we can learn how to navigate it more safely together.

The goal of the documentary film LIKE is “to inspire people of all ages, especially kids, to self-regulate. It’s not about blame. It’s about looking in the mirror and empowering ourselves to create balance in our lives and to learn to be there for each other.”

6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Fairfield Public Library
1080 Old Post Road Fairfield, CT

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-Sponsored by Fusion Academy Fairfield and Fairfield Public Library


Thursday, March 28, 2019

Biofeedback: Emotional Regulation & Stress Management

Presenter: Mary Murphy, PhD, LADC

Licensed clinical psychologist Mary Murphy, PhD will discuss and demonstrate how biofeedback works. Biofeedback, a promising treatment for ADHD, anxiety and stress, allows a person to learn how to monitor and change his or her body’s reaction to stressors.

Using a computer or smartphone, biofeedback software allows you to monitor your biological responses, such as breathing rates, muscle activity, and heart rate. The therapy process teaches you to notice changes in your body and ways to intervene to stop the body’s reactions that cause you to feel stress. It allows you to process information more efficiently, to improve focus, and to interrupt the process of fight-flight-freeze, which causes distress to so many.

One of the most important benefits of Biofeedback is that it can be learned relatively quickly, while working with a trained provider, and has the goal of transitioning to independent use.

During our demonstration, Dr. Murphy will display sample biofeedback software (HeartMath) and show participants how to use common biofeedback apps at home.

Dr. Murphy, in private practice in Newtown, CT, specializes in counseling, executive function/academic coaching, psychological testing, and biofeedback. Her counseling practice focuses on helping adolescents and adults affected by mood disorders, neurological conditions, and substance use. Dr. Murphy completed advanced fellowship training at the Yale School of Medicine. She is currently a professor of psychology at Westconn.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Comstock Community Center
180 School Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

MATERIALS: Biofeedback (PDF Format)


Monday, April 8, 2019

10 Practical Strategies to Help Your Children Improve Their Executive Function Skills: Planning; Organizing; Initiating & Completing Tasks; Managing Time; Self-Regulating; Being Flexible; and More

Presenter: Mary Murphy, PhD, LADC

Children and teens with Executive Function deficits have difficulties managing time constructively; setting goals appropriately; controlling emotional and behavioral impulses; prioritizing; sustaining attention; planning and organizing; starting tasks and following through; self-regulating; and making mature judgments regarding right & wrong and cause & effect.

In readily understandable terms, Mary Murphy, PhD will explain the complex topics of executive function and working memory – crucial aspects of a child’s ability to be successful in school and with everyday tasks – with an emphasis on how parents can assist them in developing and implementing helpful strategies.

A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Murphy specializes in counseling, executive function and academic coaching, psychological testing, psychotherapy, and biofeedback. Her counseling practice focuses on helping children and adolescents affected by mood disorders, neurological conditions, and substance use. Dr. Murphy’s unique training and clinical experience allows her to look at patients through multiple relevant lenses to evaluate the impact that emotional symptoms, learning/cognitive issues, medical conditions and/or substance use may have on their ability to reach their true potential in school. Dr. Murphy completed advanced fellowship training at the Yale School of Medicine. She currently is a professor at Westconn and in private practice in Newtown, CT.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

Co-Sponsored by the Wilton Library

MATERIALS: Executive Functioning [Handout version](PDF Format); Executive Functioning [Powerpoint Slides version](PDF Format)


Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs):
Who? What? Where? Why? How?

Presenter: Jeffrey L. Forte, Esq.

Parents of kids receiving special education services are often confused about what an IEE is and how the evaluation should be used. Jeffrey L. Forte, Esq., of Forte Law Group, will discuss the laws and guidelines concerning IEEs and address your child’s rights to an IEE; what constitutes an IEE; the value of an IEE and why your child may need one; who can conduct an IEE and how it is conducted; and who is financially responsible for an IEE.

Attorney Forte is the founding member of Forte Law Group, LLC. He is both a special education lawyer and certified child advocate. His entire practice focuses on representing families and children with special needs. Attorney Forte received his juris doctorate from American University, Washington College of Law and his certification in child advocacy from William & Mary Law School’s ISEA program.

Forte Law Group has offices in Shelton, Westport and Rocky Hill, CT. For more information, visit www.fortelawgroup.com.

10:00 a.m. – noon

Comstock Community Center
180 School Road, Wilton

Questions/Comments: info@spednetwilton.org

MATERIALS: IEE Presentation (PDF Format); IEE Documents (PDF Format)


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Martes, 14 de Mayo

¿Qué es la tecnología de asistencia y cómo puede ayudar a su hijo?

Special Education Presentations in Spanish

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Gratis (Free of Charge)

6:00 p.m. Cena española (Spanish Supper)

6:30 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. Presentación (Workshop)

SoNo Branch Library
Community Room
10 Washington Street, Norwalk

Por favor, háganos saber si viene (Please Register): info@spednetwilton.org

Co-Patrocinado por (Co-Sponsored by) SoNo Branch Library: SPED MATTERS and
SERC (State Education Resource Center)


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