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Learn from Anywhere

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puzzle pieces symbol504 vs IEP: What is the Difference? (Archived Webinar) – In this workshop participants will learn about the parts of an IEP, receive tips and tools to become more involved in the planning process.

puzzle pieces symbolAutism Spectrum Disorders: An Overview (Video) – Learn about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and ways to promote success at home, school and in the community.

behavior symbolBehavior Intervention Plan (BIP) (Archived Webinar) – Behavior! Now you know the cause of a challenging behavior… What’s next? Find out the process for creating a Behavior Intervention Plan.

arrows spinning symbolLive, Learn, Work & Play (Archived Webinar) – These four parts of our lives make our days go round. Young adults often need help fi nding a way to fi ll their days. Learn how to make sure they have the correct services and supports to reach their goals.

arrows spinning symbolPreparing for Life After High School (Archived Webinar) – Big changes, big adventures, big opportunities ahead!!! Learn strategies to make sure you are prepared and ready for the next stage of your young adult’s life, ADULTHOOD!

open bookIndividualized Education Plan (IEP) Plan (Archived Webinar) – Are you part of the planning team for your child? Learn how your child’s education program is just for them. Become confi dent as a partner creating your child’s IEP.

loud speaker graphicUsing Self-Directed Services (Video) – In this online video workshop individuals families and caregivers will learn what OPWDD funded self-directed services are and how they work.

hands supporting each otherWhat is Sensory Processing Disorder (Archived Webinar) –In this workshop you will learn what Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is, examples of behaviors associated with SPD, strategies for working with your child at home and how to work with your schools.

loud speaker graphicWhat is a Life Plan? (Archived Webinar) A Life Plan is a plan of care for implementing decisions made during a person-centered planning process that becomes the active plan of care document. This presentation will explain the life plan’s importance, the process and influences considered when creating it, how it affects you and your family, and when it will happen. Understanding Health Home services, keeping your Life Plan current to accurately reflect services available, and its impacts are discussed.

open bookFunctional Behavior Assessments (FBA) (Archived Webinar) – Behavior! Are you and your child stuck doing the same thing again and again without a positive change? Learn about the school’s responsibility to find out the cause.

two plus twoLearning Disabilities Celebrating the Whole Child (Video) – A workshop for families on meeting the emotional needs of children with learning disabilities.

hands supporting each otherHow to Handle Negative Behavior in the Home & Community (Archived Webinar) – The course will teach you how to manage conflict and offer suggestions for establishing consequences before the behavior turns into something even more difficult to handle.

graduation cap symbolTransition from Pre-School to Kindergarten – Learn what happens when Special Education students transfer from Pre-School to Kindergarten.

arrows going around symbolSupported Decision Making as an Alternative to Guardianship (Archived Webinar) –  You will learn about supported decision-making and an exciting project sponsored by DDPC, SDMNY that is facilitating supported decision-making in a number of sites around New York.