Webinar, December 8th, 2020, 6:30 p.m., with the Northborough / Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council. Zach Smith, a 23-year-old Worcester State Graduate from Connecticut. At two years old, he was diagnosed with high-functioning autism. He had severe delays in his communication and interaction skills, and many loud noises took a hit on his very sensitive senses. Those struggles limited his daily life at home and school.
* Thanks to the support of his family, teachers, and administrators, Zach was able to get the support he needed to overcome obstacles and achieve the goals set out for him. His hard work and determination gave him the confidence to advocate for himself and led him to want to help others.
* Hear his story as he also discusses:
- The advocacy strategies for children to succeed academically
- Ways for parents to remove any stressful roadblocks impacting the growth and potential of their child/student
- The right approaches if a request or plan does not get met
- Transitional tactics for students to flourish beyond grade school
- The proper communication methods to make children thrive in their vital interpersonal relationships
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