When:
September 27, 2024 – November 8, 2024 all-day
2024-09-27T00:00:00-04:00
2024-11-09T00:00:00-05:00

How Special Education is Funded in Massachusetts Classroom School j0439571Webinar, September 27th, 2024, with the Bridgewell Center of Peabody, MA. Teachers, special educators and mental health professionals have a role in ensuring that the child is being provided with the support and services necessary to make developmental and educational progress. Knowing and understanding the process of identification and how to access services, for a child with disabilities, is necessary for any professional working with children and adolescents.
At the conclusion of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Objective 1: Learn about assessing the different types of developmental data available
  • Objective 2: Understanding the 504/IEP eligibility process. Understanding special education history, laws and process.
  • Objective 3: Strategies to empower families to work collaboratively with their child’s team throughout the assessment process.

This workshop benefits social workers, psychologists, educators, counselors and other medical and/or mental health professionals and paraprofessionals working with children, adolescents and adults. The format includes lecture, case examples and discussion.
About the Speaker: Ryan Plosker, MS, EdD is the Executive Director and Founder of New England Academy. Dr. Plosker has worked in both clinical and school settings as a school psychologist, director and special education administrator. Dr. Plosker has a passion for bridging the gap between psychology and education to meet the needs of children with social, emotional and learning disabilities.
Fees apply, registration is required to https://bridgewell.org/event/virtual-live-understanding-the-special-education-process-identification-assessment-and-eligibility/    or contact kjanjar@bridgewell.org

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