March 22nd, 2018. What’s in a Placement? Essential Components of Programming for Students with Special Needs is for Parents, Special-Education Advocates, Attorneys, Administrators, Out of District Coordinators, Clinical, Therapeutic and all Related Service Providers. Presentations will focus on essential components of programming for students with special needs.
* Speakers and panelists will include school administrators, legislative advocates, program directors and teachers.
* Topics covered will include research based programming, determining service delivery, inclusion vs. “pull-out” vs. substantially separate programming, the overlap of disabilities, and the intersection of theory and practice.
* Breakout Sessions cover:
1. Specific Learning Disabilities
2. Emotional Impairments
3. Autism and Related Disabilities
* Afternoon Panel Discussion – Tying together the morning topics, experts from multiple perspectives will be discussing the intersection of theory and practice in implementing special education programming across settings. – Panelists have worked in a range of public and private settings and will offer their perspective on what works.
– Panelists will discuss such topics as inclusion, Least Restrictive Setting, current research, and the challenges and benefits delivering services across settings.
– Free IEP Clinics: Discuss your specific situation and concerns with an experienced Special Education Advocate/Parent Consultant.
– The Forum: Representatives from a wide range of Special Education Schools will present information regarding student profiles, program services, admission requirements and placement options to professionals within the special education field.
Fees apply. Registration Required to http://spanmass.org/conference–school-fair.html or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com 508.655.7999
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