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Episode 83. “… those lies early on really informed a whole lifetime of shielding myself that really was unnecessary because we have unlimited capabilities that are never tapped if we just give every individual the opportunity to attempt them and strive, and see what they are capable of and take the limitations away from them.”Judy Schwingel's story includes seizures due to epilepsy as a child and later in grade school, a diagnosis of dyslexia and a visual perception disorder. Judy experienced many societal biases, stigmas, and negative medical opinions that believed she was incapable of learning or overcoming her disabilities. These experiences, challenges, and the heroes in her life instilled in her a strong will to overcome and do anything she chooses. “If I can Imagine it, it can be done”, became Judy's mantra in life.After many years working as a nurse, Judy felt drawn and Spiritually called to return to what she knows as her true God-given talents as a spiritual, nurturing, healing soul.As a Faith-based Master Transformational Life Coach, Judy focuses on working with people in life-changing transitions struggling with what direction to take. She helps them light their divine Spirit's Power, and cultivate confidence, toward finding life's purpose, so they can set a new course in life.For more information about Judy and to contact her, visit: https://www.heartnsoulhlc.com What came up for you as a result of this conversation? Let Linda know by going to Normal-Lies.com and leave a review. Linda reads every one and every month, she chooses one review to read on air. Who knows, she may choose yours!If you have a question or a topic you'd like addressed on an upcoming episode, go to Normal-Lies.com and click the contact page to send Linda a message. Or, click on the microphone icon at the bottom right of the page to leave a voicemail.
Did you know that social workers are listed as someone to do functional behavioral analysis? Curious, as they aren't in every district! There are some suprises in this role, so let's see if you have it available! In this episode we cover: -qualifications for school social workers -what they actually do -what other professionals they overlap with Join The IEP Bootcamp Join the Facebook Group Shownotes
In today's episode, you will learn some "tricks of the trade" that will help your teens take better notes in class, especially when dyslexia is a problem and notetakers might not be available. You will learn how to create "user-friendly" notes that will help your child have useful study materials for tests. NCR Carbonless Copy Paper - also available on email@example.com
We are diving deep into today's conversation around learning differences and special educational needs. Even though we are doing so many things right in this field, there are still many changes that need to be made. Join us to learn more from today's guest!Dr. Bibi Pirayesh is an educational therapist in the Los Angeles area. Her work includes one-on-one remediation with families and helping them navigate the school system when a child is diagnosed. She believes in the uniqueness of every child and celebrates those differences. Dr. Bibi also does advocacy work around the belief that learning disabilities are a social justice issue. Show Highlights:How children with unique needs are being discriminated against in today's educational systemWhy the problems we need to address aren't in the brains of our special needs children but in the way our educational system is set upHow ideologies–even those we aren't aware of–fuel the systems used in US societyHow white supremacy is a lens through which we implement ideologyHow teacher training should include more critical thinking around consciousness and awareness–and instruction on teaching students to be critical thinkersWhat parents should know Why learning disabilities are a good context in which to learn more about social justiceHow disabilities, disability services, and disability rights are perceived todayLinks/Resources:Connect with Dr. Bibi: www.oneofonekids.org Contact us on social media or through our website for more information on the IEP Learning Center: www.inclusiveeducationproject.org Thank you for listening! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday.If you enjoyed this episode and believe in our message, then please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, or Google Play. It helps other listeners find this show.Be sure to connect with us and reach out with any questions/concerns:FacebookInstagram–We are doing videos on Instagram, so connect with us there and send us your questions!TwitterIEP websiteEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
When should a learning difference prevent a person from being successful in music lessons? Short answer? Never. Many times, small adjustments and accommodations can be made by music teachers to make lessons accessible for their neurodivergent students. Dr. Shannon McDonald is an educator, advocate, and avid researcher in the field of clarinet pedagogy. In today's episode, she shares her pedagogical guide on learning differences in the private music studio, in hopes of helping music teachers gain knowledge and confidence when teaching all of their students. Topics include: *Research in learning difference trends *Common Diagnoses found in the Private Music Studios *Strategies for Students with Behavioral and Emotional Characteristics *Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities and Processing Disorders *Strategies for Students with Sensory Impairment and Sensory Sensitivity *Strategies for Students with Physical and Orthopedic Disabilities https://www.shannonmcdonaldclarinet.com/ https://frostedlens.com/musicians-vs-the-world
Today's episode explores career development and employment, academic challenges and needs, independent living skills, community/ campus engagement, and self-determination skills as those topics pertain to helping your child plan a successful future. In each critical area, I share my perspective and experience supporting students with disabilities as they transition to college. STAR Person-Centered Planning ModelTeaching Students Self-Advocacy SkillsEmpowering Homeschool Conversations #90 Workforce Training for Students with Disabilities#28 Engagement in Clubs and Organizations on Campus with Christian Haas#26 Disabilities and Self-Determination with Dr. Richard ChapmanFree ebook Insights from a Disability Specialistwww.email@example.com
Alex Gilbert joins the podcast to discuss disabilities in the workplace and her own experiences working as an employee with dyslexia and ADHD. Alex Gilbert is a New Yorker, a Mets fan, a yogi, and a brunch enthusiast. She also has dyslexia and ADHD. After spending her career working in leadership development, she decided to start a consulting and coaching business that will help adults with learning disabilities and/or ADHD like herself who have been struggling in their careers. Her business, Cape-Able Consulting, was created to help them navigate their day-to-day workloads so that they feel supported and are able to reach their highest potential. Her biggest goal in creating Cape-Able Consulting is to change the stigma surrounding learning disabilities/ ADHD by reminding people what they Cape-able of. This episode is sponsored by Mystery. Try Mystery today: trymystery.com/hr-podcast Connect with Alex here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-gilbert-ceo/ https://www.capeableconsulting.com/ Connect with Traci here: https://linktr.ee/HRTraci Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe! Disclaimer: Thoughts, opinions, and statements made on this podcast are not a reflection of the thoughts, opinions, and statements of the Company by whom Traci Chernoff is actively employed. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hrtraci/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hrtraci/support
In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, Jeff welcomes Nebraska educator Jennifer Yoder onto the podcast to discuss how teachers can support pre-service and new teachers in their first few years in the classroom. A special THANK YOU to the NEA Foundation for supporting this episode and connecting Mrs. Yoder and I. If you are a new listener to TeacherCast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Contact Page and let us know how we can help you today! In This Episode … Teacher shortage crisis and educator retention Why do we have teachers leaving the profession? Classroom Management Issues Students needs are not being met so they are acting out in class Teachers need to understand why students are behaving the way they are Academically Socially Emotionally Not having an internal support system in the district How to create tiered level of supports for teachers and students Tier 1 - First level support Tier 2 - Second Level Allow students to see their counselor Tier 3 - Third Level Students have needs that are beyond the regular classroom can support Should teachers be encouraged to move on from a district and seek employment closer to their homes? How can teachers support themselves if they are looking to transition to another school district? How to build a portfolio How to stand out from the many other teachers applying for that same position Should educators “badge up” their resumes when preparing for career advancement? What skills are missing from pre-service or first year teachers? The value of having a mentorship program for new teachers. Developing new and novice educators Create “Tenure Classes” to support educators in their first few years in the classroom Topics Instructional Social / Emotional Procedural Staff member networking Links of Interest NEA Foundation Follow Our Podcast And Subscribe View All Episodes Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Radio Follow Our Host Jeff Bradbury | @JeffBradbury TeacherCast | @TeacherCast About our Guest: Jennifer Yoder Jen Yoder is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and holds advanced degrees in Special Education, Elementary Education, Learning Disabilities and Behavior Disorders. She is currently employed as a Special Education Teacher at the middle school level at Lincoln Public Schools. Mrs Yoder is the recipient of the 2022...
Requesting the accommodation of extended time or flexible deadlines for assignments can either help a student or create a problem for the student. In today's episode, you will learn what types of situations and disabilities warrant the extended time, and which do not, and how extended time used incorrectly could impact a student's grades, financial aid, and future course load. #26 Disabilities and Self-Determination with Dr. Richard ChapmanFree ebook Insights from a Disability Specialistwww.firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode of Health on the Line, Matthew talks to Andy Bell and Marsha McAdam about No Wrong Door: a vision for mental health, autism and learning disability services in 2032.Andy is interim CEO at the Centre for Mental Health, whilst Marsha is a mental health influencer, an ambassador for many organisations, including the Centre for Mental Health, and vice chair of NHS Confederation's Mental Health Network. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
2022 is in the books! We covered many important topics with incredible interviewees. Today we are reviewing the top 10 most downloaded episodes of 2022 and have a replay of the most downloaded episode of the year. Check out the links to the top 10 below- 1) Behavior, Meltdowns & Mindshifts With Holly Blanc Moses 2) Learning Disabilities, Accommodations & More with Dr. Karen Wilson 3) Music Therapy for Neurodivergent Children and Teens with Yasmine White. 4) ADHD & Girls with Brendan Mahan 5) ADHD Medications & More With Dr. Beth Neel 6) Identifying Triggers & Preventing Parent Meltdowns with Carolina Ramirez 7) Solutions for Screen Time Struggle with Dr. Jerrod Brown 8) The Impact of Shame on Neurodivergent Children and Teens with Sydney Faith Rose 9) Improving Behavior & Learning at School With Audrey Tancini 10) Negative Self-Talk & What to do About it with Katelyn Mabry ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn more about Holly ⭐️ Get to Know my Child Guide Parents, get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here Educators, get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here Therapists get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here ⭐️Behavior Detective Guide Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Therapists - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Educators - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
Michelle was ostracized by her peers and held back in kindergarten. She struggled with learning, understanding, physical coordination and social interaction. Luckily, she was diagnosed with learning differences and got lots of needed support. But that didn't stop kids and others from treating her as dumb, and she internalized that identity. And, ambition didn't let her stop chasing her dreams. Hear how Michelle learned how to compensate with a disability. Find out how she moved away from believing she was equivalent to how she was perceived and treated to land in a place of self-love and acceptance. What were the needle movers? And, how does she deal with not being the person she might have been, if she didn't have this condition? Guest Bio Michelle Steiner lives with an invisible disability. She has articles published on The Mighty, Non-Verbal Learning Project, Dyscalculia Blog, The Reluctant Spoonie, Kalopina Collective, Imagine the World as one Magazine, Word Gathering, and her blog called Michelle's Mission. She has had her photographs featured in Word Gathering and Independent and Work Ready. She works as a paraeducator in a school with students with disabilities. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two cats. Guest Info. email@example.com https://michellesmission.blog/ Julie's Info. https://linkedin.com/in/julie-browne-courage-ignite https://instagram.com/juliebrownecourageignite https://facebook.com/juliebrownecourageignite Podcast — Bold Becoming Book — Masters of Change Website Email — Julie@courage-ignite.com Music — Happy African Village by John Bartmann --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-browne/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/julie-browne/support
Welcome to the extra-special 100th episode of The Parent IEP Lab Podcast! My very special guest is Jamie Spencer of Miss Jamie, OT. She is explaining the aspects of vision that aren't common knowledge that just may be impacting your child's ability to learn. We cover: 1) What is functional vision? 2) 3 Aspects of Vision (more than accuity or glasses!) 3) What professional to seek for diagnosis 4) Example treatment, goals, and accommodations! Register for The IEP Bootcamp January 27-19th *Recordings provided Join Facebook Group Shownotes Connect with Miss Jaime, OT
Dr. Michael Solis is an Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of California, Riverside. His line of research focuses on vocabulary and reading comprehension interventions for students with reading difficulties in grades 4 -12. He has published articles in peer-reviewed journals including Annals of Dyslexia, Journal of Learning Disabilities, Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, and Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Solis has expertise in K-12 reading interventions, multi-tiered systems of support, positive behavior interventions, and collaboration. Prior to his work in higher education, he was a special educator, reading specialist, and literacy coach for 10 years in the public schools. Dr. Solis works with state agencies, advocacy groups, and school districts across the United States on supporting the implementation of evidence-based literacy practices aligned with the science of reading. Resources from this episodeWebsites and clickable links:Michael's faculty pageDLD's website: https://www.teachingld.org/Response to Intervention overviewTo read: (Check out your local bookstore or favorite online provider)The Power of the Down State by Sara C. MednickStudent Focused Coaching by Jan Hasbrouck & Daryl Michel
Self-esteem is one of the most dangerous pandemics ever hitting the human race. In this episode, Dr. Kashey talks about self-esteem and why understanding self is a requirement to know your self-esteem. He clearly shows how self-esteem affects your personality randomly, intensely, and negatively. He proves self-esteem is a learning disability and elaborates how self-respect is the cure. He also shows us how to deal with self-esteem properly and what personality and humanity are made of. We learn the dangers of self-esteem and a clear explanation of the difference between self-esteem and self-respect, not leaving behind how the SRO model shows what affects how we respond to frustrations. Tune in now!
Today's episode explains to parents the difference they may find in reading accommodations when their child goes from the K-12 system into the college system. Although both systems will provide reading accommodations, there is a good chance the child will not find the same type of reading accommodations. Many of the differences your child will experience come from the methods used to provide the reading accommodations and originate from the changes from IDEA to ADA. 67 Dyslexia Testing for College & GED Documentation38 The Complexity of Dyslexia27 LD Evaluation: What You Should Know22 Jimmy Shares His LD Story15 Sorting Out SLD, LD, Dyslexia, and ADHD11 How to Read a College TextbookFree ebook Insights from a Disability Specialistwww.firstname.lastname@example.org
If your child has a visual impairment or is blind, this episode explains the qualifications and job responsibilities of an Orientation & Mobility Specialist, or O&M! In this episode we cover: 1) What is Orientation & Mobility Specialist (O&M) 2) Qualifications 3) What they actually do to help your child access their education 4) Possible overlap with Teacher of Visually Impaired (TVI) Facebook Group FREE IEP Process Step-By-Step Guide Register for IEP Bootcamp January 27-29th Shownotes
Today's episode will share examples of my own experiences with students when I could not provide the accommodations they needed or wanted. You will learn why some accommodations might get denied, and how you might benefit from a discussion with Disability Services even if you get denied an accommodation or don't have any documentation. Also, check out Episode 84, Unraveling the Mysteries of Disability Documentation and Episode 88 IEP and 504 for College? Problem Solving Q & AADA National NetworkFree ebook Insights from a Disability Specialist www.mickieteaches.com
Elvis leads our student producers in a round table discussion about their childhood experiences growing up with a disability, how bullying has affected them, and learning to move past obstacles. This episode was produced by Elvis, Genaro, Essence, D'Angelo, D'Vonte, and Alejandro. Enjoy! http://www.PowerYourStoryPodcast.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/poweryourstorypodcast Instagram: @PowerYourStoryPodcast YouTube: After School Matters - Power Your Story Podcast *** Power Your Story is produced by students in the Podcast Tech & Production programs of After School Matters in Chicago. We represent diverse voices, telling our real life stories through the power of podcasting technology. Each season features a new group of student producers under the mentorship of producer, Andrea Klunder of The Creative Impostor Studios, creating personal journals, interviews, and discussions about the topics that matter most to us. Our theme music is by DJ Sparkz.
Today we welcome Erin Yolac, an educational advocate from sunny California! Erin and I explore her advocacy journey through the lens of her own educational experiences. Erin will talk directly to parents, particularly those whose children have been diagnosed with dyslexia and/or ADHD, and will give lots of tips and empathy to them. We'll talk about the importance of early intervention and how to ensure that students have access to it! Enjoy!!!Transcript: https://share.descript.com/view/pwY8QrQ4Bga____Meet My Guest:Advocate to Educate founder and owner Eryn Schnel Yolac is a wife and proud parent of two great kids. She was also diagnosed with Dyslexia at age six. Her personal experiences and struggles to find proper reading intervention and mental health services as a child are what has inspired her to continue her life's mission: advocating for children just like her. Eryn's professional training began in the classroom as a special education teacher and progressed quickly when she decided to devote all her time and educational abilities to becoming a Board-Certified Education Advocate. She has extensive experience advocating for children with Learning Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Anxiety, and Depression and has managed with a wide variety of complex cases requiring intensive academic support, medical care, and residential treatment.Website: www.advocatetoeducate.com
School team underestimating your child? Do you ever feel like even you are suprised with what your child can do? Today our guest is talking about "presuming competence" and why this makes so much of a difference for your child's long term future (think going for it in your vision statement!!!) In this episode we discuss: 1) What presuming competence is 2) The risks of NOT presuming competence for your child 3) Specific examples of how it frequently limits a child's progress in the schools 4) What you can do as a parent if you want to presume competence through your vision statment, but school is limiting. Free IEP Process Step-By-Step Guide Sign up for IEP Bootcamp January 27-29th Join the Facebook Group Shownotes
Continuing Education CreditsDr. Tamara Soles is joined by Dr. Bibi Pirayesh to explore learning differences through a social justice lens and to understand how clinicians can better advocate for their clients. We also discuss ways to improve the recommendations of a psychological assessment report and the difference between unpacking a diagnosis vs understanding a child. Highlights- how are learning differences a social justice issue-how do politics play a role in educational biases and the school to prison pipeline-writing more collaborative recommendations-advocating for neurodivergent children-writing more inclusive and affirming IEP goalsResourcesDr. Bibi's YouTube channel @oneofonekids2115Dr. Tamara's IEP post https://drtamarasoles.com/IEP/Dr. Stephanie Nelson https://www.thepeerconsult.com/Hacking Deficit Thinking https://www.hackingdeficitthinking.com/ ConnectDr. Bibi Pirayeshhttps://www.oneofonekids.org/Instagram @oneofonekids_Dr. Tamara SolesInstagram @drtamarasolesTwitter @drtamarasolesFacebook http://email@example.comSupport the ShowHelp us spread the word so others can enjoy it as well1. Leave a review on itunes/apple podcast 2. Share an episode on Social media. Be sure to tag me on it so I can see @drtamarasoles on facebook twitter and instagramFREE 1 HOUR CE Credit https://drtamarasoles.com/episode-38/FREE 1 HOUR CE Credit https://drtamarasoles.com/episode-38/
Harlan reports on a new study suggesting dramatic health benefits from bursts of vigorous activity; Howie explains how genetic science is starting to illuminate a mystery in his own medical history. And they are joined by Yale physician and scientist Jeffrey Gruen to discuss his work identifying the genetic variants associated with dyslexia and designing early interventions for kids with learning disabilities. Links: ”Association of wearable device-measured vigorous intermittent lifestyle physical activity with mortality” Dr. Jeffrey Gruen –The New Yale Program for Learning Disabilities Research New Haven Lexinome Project Sherman Weissman, MD “Revenge of the gaslit patients: Now, as scientists, they're tackling Ehlers-Danlos syndromes” Learn more about the MBA for Executives program at Yale SOM. Email Howie and Harlan comments or questions.
We can find ourselves in an unexpected situation where we or our children will need temporary accommodations at college. Today's episode takes a brief look at what kind of situations might arise, how to address the problem, and what kind of documentation and accommodations might be typical for a person with a temporary disability. NCR carbonless paperFree ebook: "Insights of a Disability Specialist" with over 35 questions you should know or ask about supporting students with firstname.lastname@example.org
Today on the Brain Beat podcast, Dr. Cheryl Silver takes over the mic. As a pediatric neuropsychologist for the past 40 years, she's had the opportunity to evaluate children, adolescents, and young adults with learning disabilities throughout the state of Texas. After graduating from college in 1973 and getting her Phd some years later, Dr. Silver found a deep curiosity in the brains and behaviors of children who struggled to read and do math. So today, with much experience under her belt, she walks us through the signs of learning disabilities in early childhood, what a learning disability actually is, and, perhaps even more importantly, what it isn't. There's a lot more to learning disabilities than just a diagnosis, and Dr. Silver knows that; it's tedious work to get the care you need for your children, especially when insurance companies don't consider private evaluations as medical care. With that said, she provides advice on accessible treatment and accommodations for those with specific disabilities and lauds the brain for its adaptability and resilience. So join Dr. Silver for this incredibly informative episode of Brain Beat and continue to learn about the immense intricacies of the brain that can impact our learning.The Finer Details of This Episode: What is a learning disabilityEarly signs of learning disabilitiesLegal definitions of disabilitiesGetting a diagnosisTreatment and accommodations The brain's resilience Quotes: “A learning disability is usually thought of as a specific problem in learning; you might say a narrow problem in learning in a person who otherwise has good intelligence.”“It sounds pretty specific, and that it should stand out to parents among other areas where the child seems to be developing normally and otherwise competent.”“Learning disabilities happen, as I said, as a result of differences in the way the brain develops and the way that certain parts of the brain work.”“I would say we know less about math disabilities than we know about reading disabilities.”“One thing I tell parents that they need to know is insurance companies often will not pay for that kind of private evaluation. The insurance companies say we cover medical problems, and learning to read and learning to do math and learning to spell are not medical reasons.””The parents need to get a written report, and the evaluator needs to know how to define the problem so that it meets the qualifications for considering it to be a learning disability.”“So that really speaks then to the resilience and the need for the kinds of supports, interventions, and accommodations that you're describing throughout childhood so that kids can maintain that resilience and figure those pathways out for themselves, so that they are able to be successful, perhaps even in spite of something that may affect them– potentially lifelong.”“ADHD is a disorder that can affect learning in a major way, but not because of these brain differences that create problems with written language or numbers, but it's a pervasive condition that affects a child's ability to pay attention.”Links: National Academy of Neuropsychology Foundation websiteDr. Cheryl Silver Profile
Alistair Beverley was speaking at Therapy Expo on Learning Disabilities and Diagnostic Overshadowing which is a vitally important and yet very poorly known subject amongst MSK Therapists. We couldn't miss this opportunity to ask him some questions about. Farouk Bello is behind the mic and discusses with Ali moving on to the lack of teaching at university level and how to avoid the common mistakes made by Health Care Professionals when they see People with a Learning Disability for treatment of MSK conditions. Find Ali on Twitter @theLDPhysio and online theldphysio.com
This episode will be an opportunity for different topics: Learning Disabilities, North Korea, and Infrastructure. We have you covered. No nukes, time to be inclusive for anyone having a learning disability, and go high for skyscrapers. Have some enjoyment in Random Topics #5. Stay for this episode.
Covid has impacted our kids' education on many levels including learning delays and learning losses. Although statistics show learning loss across all ages and grades, graduation rates have stayed stable. Unfortunately, that means that many high school students are likely graduating with academic deficits. As a result, those who transition to college are beginning classes at a disadvantage, and students with disabilities who are compounded by learning deficits are even more at risk. Today I share some strategies that could help mitigate those challenges. I have links to a couple of resources that might help parents and teachers support their students. You will also get links to some helpful episodes and articles. How Has the Pandemic Affected Students with Disabilities? A Review of the Evidence to Date Special Education During the Pandemic, in Charts6 things we've learned about how the pandemic disrupted learningCOVID-19 and education: The lingering effects of unfinished learningLearning AllyNCR carbonless paper#45 College & Autism 102: Finding Your Path with Charlie Kirkham#60 Training (Coaching) College Peer Tutors FREE video: Coaching College Peer Tutors for Students with a Disability #62 Prepping For Final Exams#72 Strategies to Accommodate Struggling Learners#39 Improving Executive FunctionFREE resource: Free tips on executive function
You are revisiting my most popular episode today. Enjoy!! Parents, teachers, and homeschoolers will appreciate the free online resources with an extensive jobs training curriculum that aligns with IEP goals for the K-12 students with disabilities, and the IPE goals for Vocational Rehabilitation clients. The podcast also shares a free SCANS jobs skills online assessment specifically for students with disabilities.The Complete T-Folio Online Jobs CurriculumThe Original Scans ReportERIC Research articleScans Skills and CompetenciesFree Scans Skills AssessmentBecoming a Master Student by Dave EllisFree Ebook, “Insights from a Disability Specialist: 9 Critical College Concerns
My guest is a learning-disabled adult, a husband, a father, and a professional statistician. He has functioned for more than 50 years with his disability, and his mission is to help other learning-disabled people learn from his personal experience.Professionally, he is a Statistician. His business collaborates with other individuals and businesses on the statistics that support their work. He also speaks and writes about being learning disabled, particularly about having nonverbal learning disorders (NLD). Additionally, he offers himself to give educational presentations or webinars about NLD.Although there are many experts on various aspects of learning disabilities, there are few people who have LD and are willing and able to share this information in ways that can help people with LD and their teachers, parents, and friends. www.IAmLearningDisabled.comhttp://www.yourlotandparcel.org
This week we are talking about General Education Teachers! A STRONG ally for you and your child...but also may have some similar feelings about IEP meetings as you do :) In this episode we cover: 1) Education/Qualifications 2) How they are involced in the SPED process (including the section of the IEP Meeting you do NOT want them to miss!) 3) What they actually DO for your child! Also! Here is the information to enter the giveaway! How to Enter the Giveaway: Rate and Review the Podcast in your preferred player & take a screenshot to submit! Make sure you are on the email list by CLICKING THIS LINK TO SIGN UP CLINK THIS LINK to fill out your submission form! You have until Thanksgiving to fill out your form to be entered into the drawings!
We all want our children to be able to reach their potential. Along with a connected relationship, many, many children have neuro-diverse needs that affect their daily learning. When your child is identified with a learning difference, the question of evaluating may be raised. What then? As scary as it can be to get a diagnosis for your child, what's best for the long-haul development is awareness of strengths and weaknesses so success is assured. Educational consultant, Shannon MacNamara, helps parents understand and implement evaluations of their child's specific differences so the child finds the best fit for their capabilities. Shannon helps answer all your questions about finding an evaluator, the benefits of an evaluation, and what she can add to the process to help find ways for your child to shine alongside any challenges. Shannon can be found at: Curiouskidseducational.comAnd contacted personally at:email@example.comBonnie Harris, MS.Ed., director of Connective Parenting, 30+ years of coaching, teaching, and writing for parents. https://linktr.ee/bonnieharrisparentingWebsite: bonnieharris.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgProduced, mixed, and scored by Echo Finch www.echofinch.com
Multitiered Systems of Support (but called MANY other similar names) is a system outside of the special education system that provides targeted support to children. But why are we talking about it on an IEP podcast??? Because... 1) You may be a parent trying to get your child an IEP but are getting pushed towards the MTSS system first (this can be good or bad!) 2) You may be seeing a need your child has that isn't covered by their IEP currently...and they may want to provide support for THIS need through MTSS process first. Shownotes Facebook Group Connect with Special Education Attorney Sabrina Axt: https://www.axtlegal.com/ Prizes: -ALL submissions will receive an exclusive “Accommodations 101 Guide” -10 winners of IEP 101 Parent Workbook (make your 30-day advocacy plan!) $19 value -5 winners of the December Decoding IEP Data Workshop ($27 value) -Grand prize winner of The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course ($249 value) How to Enter the Giveaway: Rate and Review the Podcast in your preferred player & take a screenshot to submit! Make sure you are on the email list by CLICKING THIS LINK TO SIGN UP CLINK THIS LINK to fill out your submission form! Name Email Picture of podcast review What topics would you love to see on the podcast Any guests you know that would be helpful to have on the podcast? You have until Thanksgiving to fill out your form to be entered into the drawings!
Her uncanny ability to help her clients reclaim power over the limitations of their mind has earned Bambi Thompson the reputation of “the mind whisperer”. Not only does she have over 30 years in holistic healing, mind/body practices, metaphysics and the Law of Attraction, but she's also worked with the diagnoses of Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Aspergers. She's been known to be able to drive information into the brain regardless of one's learning style...auditory, visual, kinesthetic, etc. Listen in while Deb and Bambi talk about how to rewire your brian for success. [00:01 -12:05] Opening Segment Bambi tells us about her journey into the neuroscience and energy healing space Bambi says “I was always in alignment with the woo” She was gifted a private homeschool(preschool to highschool) Her passion was to help people unleash their inner badass [12:06 -20:13] What is the big excavator? Giving the microphone back to YOU. The power of acknowledgement. Our money comes from a frequency or worthiness and receiving we carry inside of us. [20:14 - 29:02] The Value of Receiving. Your frequency is creating everything Bambi teaches her client's to live in the question How your subconscious is actively seeking validation of your inner thoughts Learn Bambi's mindset hack [29:03 -34:02] The Benefits of (Emotional Freedom Technique) EFT Tapping The consequences of venting without tapping How to rewire your brain The power of “I Choose…..” Taking baby steps to your endgame [34:04 - 37:27] Closing Segment Connect with Bambi through the links below Follow us on social media and leave a review Final words Connect with Bambi Thompson Facebook: Bambi Thompson, coach | Facebook Instagram: @bambithompson Twitter: @ThompsonBambi LInkedIn: Bambi Thompson | LinkedIn Website: Bambi Thompson Here's another episode you might enjoy as well: Ep 80. The CEO Mindset with Leslie Grossman https://lifeaftercorporatepodcast.com/ Resources Mentioned on this episode Thinkup App Tweetable Quotes: “Choosing is an important phrase because it moves molecules” - Bambi Thompson “They saw me as valuable when I saw me as valuable…”. - Bambi Thompson SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A FIVE-STAR REVIEW and share this podcast to other growing entrepreneurs! Get weekly tips on how to create more money and meaning doing work you love and be one of the many growing entrepreneurs in our community. CLICK HERE to join our private Facebook Group! Connect with me on Instagram, LinkedIn, or checkout our website at www.lifeaftercorporatepodcast.com
IEP Team BONUS Series: DHH & TVI! This series is all about giving you the most basic context for what qualifications each IEP team member has and what they do so you know who you should go to on the team to advocate for what need! In this episode we discuss: -Deaf/Heard of Hearing Teachers: Their qualifications, responsibilities, and what they actualy do as a service provider -Teacher of Visually Impaired: Their qualifications, responsibilities, and what they actually do as a service provider -Also a bit of context into what their job could look like (aka "itenerant") and what that means when looking at service provision! ALSO don't forget about the HUGE giveaway! Here are the links you need to enter: Prizes: -ALL submissions will receive an exclusive “Accommodations 101 Guide” -10 winners of IEP 101 Parent Workbook (make your 30-day advocacy plan!) $19 value -5 winners of the December Decoding IEP Data Workshop ($27 value) -Grand prize winner of The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course ($249 value) How to Enter the Giveaway: Rate and Review the Podcast in your preferred player & take a screenshot to submit! Make sure you are on the email list by CLICKING THIS LINK TO SIGN UP CLINK THIS LINK to fill out your submission form! Name Email Picture of podcast review You have until Thanksgiving to fill out your form to be entered into the drawings!
Many families worry about their kids' social lives. But when your child has a learning difference, you might worry even more. What happens when you realize that what looks like loneliness to you is actually not loneliness for your child? In this episode, hosts Rachel Bozek and Gretchen Vierstra talk with Ellen, a mom of three kids ages 11 to 16. Ellen shares the story of her son, a high-schooler who has a nonverbal learning disability (NVLD) and written expression disorder. Hear Ellen talk about why she always worried about her son's social life. And find out how she stopped worrying and learned to let her son have the kind of social life that works best for him. To find a transcript for this episode and more resources, visit the episode page at Understood. We love hearing from our listeners. Email us at email@example.com. Wunder is the first community app for parents of kids with learning and thinking differences. Learn more at about Wunder. Understood.org is a resource dedicated to shaping the world so the 70 million people in the U.S. with learning and thinking differences can thrive. Learn more about In It and all our podcasts at u.org/podcasts. Copyright © 2022 Understood for All, Inc. All rights reserved.
What is a Specific Learning Disability (SLD)? How is it defined for IEP/Special Education purposes? How do school psychologists help to identify SLDs in schools? How does SLD identification in the school system differ from private practice and Specific Learning Disorders?Listen in to learn about SLDs and some of the issues facing the field of psychology in this area!Episode Links:Episode 2: Intro to SPED LawIDEA Specific Learning DisabilityNew episodes monthlySubscribe to Podcast Emails hereFind me on Instagram & TikTokSupport the podcast hereFor inquiries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDisclaimer: The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this podcast are for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered professional, clinical, or medical advice. This podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing “standard of care” in a legal sense or as a basis for expert witness testimony. While every effort is made to ensure that the information shared is accurate, suggestions, comments, and corrections of errors are welcomed. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast.You should take all steps necessary to ascertain that the information you receive from the podcast is correct and has been verified. If you take any action or inaction as the result of any of the content you consume on the podcast, this is based solely on your decision, and School Psych Finds cannot be held liable for any consequences. All people, places, and scenarios mentioned in the podcast have been changed to protect the confidentiality of all persons involved. Neither the opinions of our guests nor the content of any third-party site referenced in the podcast necessarily reflect the opinions, standards, or policies of the host. The views and opinions expressed on this podcast by its host & speakers do not represent any entities they work with or national/professional organizations.Support the show
This episode answers many common questions on social media dealing with accommodations and documentation for students with disabilities. You will learn what happens if your child wants to use an IEP or 504 plan at college. Will it work, and will it be enough for the accommodations you expect or need? If you need additional testing, how much can you expect to pay? What will the additional testing provide? What happens if your child doesn't use the Disability Services at first? Can your child get accommodations after the semester in already started? Can the faculty give your child accommodations instead of Disability Services? Will the faculty see my documentation and know my diagnosis? Where do I go if I cannot get the help that I expected or if I felt discriminated against? Free ebook: "Insights of a Disability Specialist" with over 35 questions you should know or ask about supporting students with disabilities. Office for Civil Rightsmickieteaches.email@example.com
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Digital Promise.The webinar recording can be accessed here.The intersection of race and learning disabilities presents school-imposed barriers and roadblocks for students of color. These roadblocks include misidentification, incorrect placement, and severe and inappropriate discipline measures. In one study, for example, Black students from non-low-income backgrounds had about twice the likelihood of being identified with intellectual disabilities or emotional disturbances compared to White students from non-low-income backgrounds. The NCLD report also cited research that found, “Black students, for example, are three times more likely than White students to be suspended or expelled,” with one study concluding that this disparity is at least partially due to internalized racial stereotypes held by teachers. In this edWeb podcast, we learn what the research says about the intersection of disability and race, what schools can do to more appropriately determine a student's disability given racial and cultural uniqueness, and strategies for individual teachers to keep expectations high and ensure that students receive appropriate supports so they can meet their potential. During this edWeb podcast, listeners:Develop a better understanding of explicit and implicit racial bias and how that impacts students who have learning disabilitiesLearn about what the research says about barriers presented to students who are at the intersection of race and learning disabilitiesExplore strategies to ensure that students of color with learning disabilities are offered a robust education in a supportive environment with the appropriate supportsHear first-hand accounts from researchers and educators in schoolsThis edWeb podcast is of interest to K-12 teachers and school and district leaders.Digital Promise Digital Promise's mission is to accelerate innovation in education to improve opportunities to learn
[Scroll down for giveaway details!] Welcome to the FIRST EPISODE of the IEP Team Bonus Series! If you voted to continue the bonus series theme AND that you wanted this IEP Team theme thank you! Today we are talking about special education teachers! Here is what we cover: 1) What qualifications does a SPED Teacher have (education, licencing, etc) 2) They can be case managers AND direct service providers for your child -- sometimes one and sometimes both! 3) What interventions they do and what that looks like! Shownotes: www.TheIEPLab.com/episode79 ALSO Here is the Giveaway Information! Prizes -ALL submissions will receive an exclusive “Accommodations 101 Guide” -10 winners of IEP 101 Parent Workbook (make your 30-day advocacy plan!) $19 value -5 winners of the December Decoding IEP Data Workshop ($27 value) -Grand prize winner of The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course ($249 value) How to Enter the Giveaway: Rate and Review the Podcast in your preferred player & take a screenshot to submit! Make sure you are on the email list by CLICKING THIS LINK TO SIGN UP CLINK THIS LINK to fill out your submission form! Name Email Picture of podcast review What topics would you love to see on the podcast Any guests you know that would be helpful to have on the podcast? You have until Thanksgiving to fill out your form to be entered into the drawings!
In this episode I explain the 7 intelligences. I express how the education system is rooted in enforcing only one intelligence. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justcine/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justcine/support
Accreditation is a standard of excellence that colleges follow to prepare students for future employment. Colleges will tell you they are accredited, but for one institution just to say they are accredited does not mean that another institution will accept their credits if you need to transfer. In this episode, you will learn how accreditations differ, and why some educational institutions do not accept credits your child may have earned at another site, especially in the case of proprietary colleges. Finding out a college will not accept another's credited coursework for classes your child has already done someplace else can cost everyone both time and money. Accreditation in the United States Free ebook "Insights From a Disability Specialist" with over 35 questions to ask at Disability Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make sure to subscribe to our email list at autisminactionpodcast.com to stay current on the newest episodes, and share on social to help families find autism resources, services, and support! Find Autism in Action Podcast on Social Media - Share your favorite episodes - Subscribe - Email us at email@example.com Don't forget to check out the amazing additional resources like online courses and downloadable freebies at autisminactionpodcast.com Eric Endlich, Ph.D., founder of Top College Consultants®, helps autistic students worldwide transition to college. His extensive list of autism-friendly colleges is popular among families and education professionals. An experienced clinical psychologist, Dr. Endlich is on the advisory board of the Asperger/Autism Network and the Learning Differences/Neurodiversity Committee of the Independent Educational Consultants Association. A frequent conference presenter and regular contributor to blogs such as CollegeXpress, Dr. Endlich has co-written a new book, Older Autistic Adults, In Their Own Words. He has taught undergraduate and graduate psychology courses at Boston College, Tufts University, Suffolk University and UMass/Boston. Connect with Dr. Endlich and Top College Consultants on LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube, or join the Facebook group he co-manages, Parents of College Bound Students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD and ASD. For more information please visit: https://www.topcollegeconsultants.com/ https://www.topcollegeconsultants.com/college-readiness-and-transition-for-students-on-the-autism-spectrum/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/autisminaction/message
Episode 78: What is an Educational Therapist? with Wendy Taylor Are you looking for a way to get your child more support outside of the school setting but aren't sure who can help? Wendy Taylor of Learning Essentials is sharing all about educational therapists today. She is giving us all the details on what an educational therapist is, what they do and the services they provide, and when it might be a good idea for parents to look into services from an educational therapist for their child. GIVEAWAY INFO: Rate and review the show in your podcast player to submit in the form Make sure your on the IEP Lab mailing list Fill out the submission form Shownotes: theieplab.com/episode78 Decoding IEP Data Workshop: theieplab.com/data Facebook group: https://urlgeni.us/facebook/IEPlab FREEBIE: 10 Free Tips to Prep for an IEP Meeting Check out the Learning Essentials Website
On Monday's show: Today marks the start of early voting in Harris County. We discuss what you should know before hitting the ballot box with a representative from the Harris County Elections Administrator's Office. Also this hour: Last weekend (Oct. 21-22), Houston was home to the National Black Book Festival, which bills itself as the largest African American book event in the south. Among those taking part was Jennifer Farmer, author of First and Only: A Black Woman's Guide To Thriving at Work and In Life. We talk with her about the challenges Black women face in the workplace. Then, we learn about Houston's Gateway Academy, which serves students with social and learning differences. And we preview the World Series as the Astros host the Philadelphia Phillies beginning Friday.
How a learning disability can be a gift. Join Joshua Maddux has he talks with Andrew Calderella this week on In The Bunker Podcast. Our episode highlights: Be a responsible business owner. Bio: Andrew was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1966 to parents fighting for the civil rights movement. His life is a combination of The Rocky Story, Think and Grow Rich, & The Celestine Prophecy on Steroids! He has been through so many harrowing and intense situations that those stories alone could fill volumes. He has overcome dyslexia, other learning disabilities, being legally blind in one eye, and being bullied to become a school leader, athlete and attain university degrees in Speech & Communications, Religious Studies, and Eastern Philosophy. He has lived overseas, traveled the world, is a martial artist, yogi, and what many call a health and fitness fanatic. He is a serial entrepreneur and has run a successful strategic consulting firm for over 20 years. He is the creator of The 7th Foundation, The One Show, The One Tribe, One Movement, One Party, and the bestselling author of The Way, 7 Revolutionary Steps to Living a Meaningful Life & Making a Real Difference in the World. Andrew is an inspirational speaker, trainer, and coach who specializes in helping everyone be their best in all areas of life while making a more significant positive impact in our world. He is helping some of our world's leading movers and shakers and will influence many more in the years to come. Links: Websites: https://7way.me/Link-Tree/ (https://7way.me/Link-Tree/) ---------- In The Bunker Podcast Links ---------- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/in-the-bunker-podcast (https://www.linkedin.com/company/in-the-bunker-podcast) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/inthebunkerpodcast/ (https://www.instagram.com/inthebunkerpodcast/) FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/InTheBunkerPodcast/ (https://www.facebook.com/InTheBunkerPodcast/) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyvc50KjJZCqDM37mug6W1Q (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyvc50KjJZCqDM37mug6W1Q) Website: https://www.inthebunkerpodcast.com/ (https://www.inthebunkerpodcast.com) Listen Links: https://www.inthebunkerpodcast.com/listen (https://www.inthebunkerpodcast.com/listen) Become a Guest: https://www.inthebunkerpodcast.com/guest (https://www.inthebunkerpodcast.com/guest)
Does your child have difficulty focusing or paying attention? Are they hyperactive? And do you wonder if they may have ADHD? Today, we are talking to Dr. Walt Karniski, an ADHD expert and author for some answers. Listen in as he explains where ADHD comes from and helps us understand that the diagnosis doesn't mean that your kid is doomed. If you've ever wondered whether you or your child has ADHD, this episode will address some of those common questions. Walt Karniski is a Developmental Pediatrician. He trained at Boston Children's Hospital, affiliated with Harvard Medical Center. He was the Director of the Division of Developmental Pediatrics at the University of South Florida, in Tampa, Florida for 15 years. He then opened a private practice and for 20 years, evaluated and treated children with ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Learning Disabilities and other developmental difficulties. TIMESTAMPS• [14:08] “The first question that I asked in my book is, is medication effective? Does it work? And there's actually three ways that we know that medication works and works extremely well.”• [17:11] Dr. Karniski shares why there is compelling evidence that medication works.• [19:54] “Many other people have been diagnosed with ADHD and they found ways to To make it a productive part of their lives…” • [26:54] Dr. Karniski explains, “as young as three years of age, we can distinguish that a child is having difficulty with hyperactivity, impulsivity, short attention span, distractibility…”For more information on the Imperfect Heroes podcast, visit: https://www.imperfectheroespodcast.com/Connect with Us!DJ Stutz - DJ Stutz: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littleheartsacademy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleheartsacademy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpphCRklDJiFXdS76U0LSQInstaCart: https://instacart.oloiyb.net/c/3434912/1402209/7412**This post contains affiliate links, and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.Dr. Walt KarniskiWebsite: https://adhdmedicationbook.com/Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/ADHD-Medication-Does-Work-Safe/dp/153815577X/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=adhd+medication+does+it+work+and+is+it+safe&qid=1654545666&sprefix=adhd+medication+do%2Caps%2C82&sr=8-1Link to Cicerone Society: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/cicerone-societyLittle Hearts Academy - Challenge Group for Parents: https://www.facebook.com/groups/154671059580181810-Day Challenge to Find your Peaceful Voice: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/your-10-day-challange-to-finding-your-peaceful-voice
Today's guest is a force in the special education space and her journey began as a parent of a special needs child. Raja Marhaba joins the conversation today to tell you about her traumatic experiences navigating the special education system and how her journey led her to create The Jonathan Foundation. The Jonathan Foundation for Children With Learning Disabilities is a non-profit organization that raises funds for parents who can't afford assessments for their children. In many unfortunate situations, a child's struggles go unnoticed, undiagnosed, and without support for too long and that wasted time impacts their education and their future. This conversation with Raja will put you in her shoes as a parent who has learned through the eyes of her own children. She hopes that, through the work she does with The Jonathan Foundation, fewer families will experience the challenges she faced and more families will get the support they need. Show Notes: [1:50] - Welcome to the show, Raja! [3:15] - Raja's experience began 26 years ago and she has a parent's perspective. [5:27] - As a new mom, she didn't know how to navigate the special education process. But, she knew her child better than anyone and she learned to be her child's best advocate. [7:16] - At the time, Raja found that not every piece of information was given to her. [8:15] - Raja realized that not everything that was suggested was happening at school to help her son, Jonathan. [9:57] - Raja describes the journey of learning her son has dyslexia. [11:37] - He lost a lot of confidence, but acting classes helped to build it back up. [12:42] - Raja had a lot of questions and lost faith in the school system. [14:54] - This experience set Raja on a new path. She knew she needed to fight and advocate for her children. She sees this as a turning point in her life. [16:35] - Back then, there was no Google. Raja's resources for information were limited, but many of the same problems exist today. [19:38] - This process and the lack of understanding leads to wasted time. [20:53] - Because a psychologist took the time to explain and answer her questions, Raja understood the data from assessments. [21:57] - The assessments could cost a family up to $15,000. [23:55] - It is important for parents to have a professional in their corner. Raja describes some situations where advocacy was crucial. [25:57] - Raja focused on assessments with The Jonathan Foundation because of her experience with the huge cost of assessments for her sons. [27:23] - This experience hurt her family and her own mental health. [28:20] - Raja describes what she learned about her children and what she learned from them. [30:11] - Understanding her children opened up the world for her. [32:05] - Having one child who took so much of her attention, Raja's youngest son was impacted. [34:51] - The sooner the better when it comes to an assessment. [36:29] - If you feel that your child is struggling and the school has said that their evaluation revealed no difficulties, you can request another assessment. [39:02] - The data from an assessment tells a story. [40:41] - Donations can be made to the Jonathan Foundation to help children and families without the funds to afford a quality assessment. [43:29] - Sometimes schools are missing a piece to the puzzle without an assessment. [44:27] - Raja is currently writing a book and she provides a sneak peek. [49:57] - Raja's book will connect you with her story; she hopes that others can learn from her experience. About Our Guest: Raja B. Marhaba is the Founder and President of The Jonathan Foundation for Children with Learning Disabilities, Inc. The motivation for establishing The Jonathan Foundation was driven by her personal struggles with having two children with disabilities and the multiple battles she endured to obtain appropriate special education and related services from their school district over a period of eight years. The result: eight due process complaint filings, including a hearing; an appeal to the Federal Ninth Circuit District Court; as well as periods of extreme financial hardship from the cost of paying for private assessments, specialized interventions, and placements, retaining legal representation, and witness fees. Thus, Raja envisioned The Jonathan Foundation to be the vehicle she would use to assist families, like her own, in dealing with a "broken" special education system, "one child at a time". Since its inception in 2001, The Jonathan Foundation has provided families of children and adolescents with various types of disabilities with information, resources, referrals, and direct advocacy services by Raja in both special education and regional center matters. Connect with Raja Marhaba: The Jonathan Foundation Website Apply for an Assessment Scholarship Links and Related Resources: Episode 1: Demystifying the Assessment Process How to Initiate a Special Education Assessment Episode 14: Pursuing and Pushing for a Special Education Assessment with Educational Attorney Leejanice Toback What is a Comprehensive Evaluation and How Can It Help Support My Child's Learning? Episode 3: Neuropsychological Evaluations Through a Cultural Lens with Dr. Vindia Fernandez Connect with a Neuropsychologist Join our email list so that you can receive information about upcoming webinars - ChildNEXUS.com The Diverse Thinking Different Learning podcast is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or legal advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Additionally, the views and opinions expressed by the host and guests are not considered treatment and do not necessarily reflect those of ChildNEXUS, Inc or the host, Dr. Karen Wilson.
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