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Dyslexia Solutions
Episode 169 - What are the best career options for a person with Dyslexia?

Dyslexia Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 26:54


https://cintrondyslexiahelp.com/og-protocols-3264-1588 https://bit.ly/3K8UlDxWhat are the best career options for a person with Dyslexia? Congratulations! Your child has successfully entered the tenth grade. As a parent, now is the time to talk to your child about their interests in terms of a career and begin preparing for their future in college or university. Tenth grade is the opportune time to begin volunteering and get involved in community service if your child has yet to. Listen on! Dr. Marianne Cintron is a Doctor of Education in Leadership and Administration, has a Masters in General Education and one in Special Education, and has two California Teaching Credentials. She is a Dyslexia Specialist, President of Step By Step Dyslexia Solutions, and an International Teacher Trainer. She has twenty years of experience in Education, ten years as a Classroom Teacher, is an Author, App Developer, Curriculum Writer, and Speaker, Virtual Teacher Trainer, and Speaker.https://youtu.be/IMbXm4pJqbk~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~She is a Board for FAB (Film Advisory Board) with President Michael Conley. She actively serves in a second term as a board member for the International Dyslexia Association. In 2021, Dr. Marianne earned several awards: Social Impact Award Finalist - Lady in Blue, Lifetime Legacy Award Nominee - National Women of Influence, 100 Women Global Award - CD Wilson Events, and Certificates of Recognition from the California State Assembly, the California State Senate, and the County of Riverside.  She hosts 3YouTube Channels, 3 Podcast Channels and has hosted educational webinars over the past two years. She is a speaker and author of seven books. Dyslexia Book Titles:Prisms of Brilliance: Closing the Achievement Gap and Stopping the School to Prison Pipeline.­­­­­ A Message of Hope: How Music Enhances Reading for Dyslexic ChildrenDyslexia – A Trait of Genius: Unlocking the Genius of Your Dyslexic Child's MindCurriculum:Dr. Cintron has training videos for two levels of her Step By Step Reading. Both come with digital files for online tutoring and training as well as hard copies are sent in the USA.Connect with Dr. Cintron 626-629-3024 or mcintron@stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com Landing Page for Scheduling and Subscribing You Tubehttps://bit.ly/3qXAbo7You Tube Link to Dyslexia Solutions  https://bit.ly/314YLGjPodcast - Link to Dyslexia Solutionshttps://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/podcast/Amazon Store Trait of Genius         https://amzn.to/33kVxCUPrisms of Brilliance  https://amzn.to/3uO4zDAA Message of Hope  https://amzn.to/3GI4wLNSocial Media – Linked In - https://bit.ly/3LsPRIchttps://www.facebook.com/mpcintronhttps://twitter.com/mpcintron16https://www.instagram.com/mpcintron/#Dyslexia #Marianne Cintron #Studentswithdyslexiahttps://www.stepbystepdyslexiasolutions.com/https://cintrondyslexiahelp.com/og-protocols-3264-1588Support the show

The Parent IEP Lab
E71: Developmental Delay [Eligibility Category BONUS Series]

The Parent IEP Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 32:13


***DOORS ARE OPEN TO THE ULTIMATE PARENT IEP PREP COURSE!*** Developmental Delay is...a little bit different than the other eligibility categories! In this episode we cover: -Using Colorado's Eligibility checklist as an example, we dive into the category of Developmental Delay -We cover common missed opportunities for parent advocacy (that help make that IEP effective!) -AND we talk about at what age you should know that things change to a different category and what to do at that point! Shownotes: www.TheIEPLab.com/episode71 The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast
E71: Developmental Delay [Eligibility Category BONUS Series]

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 32:13


***DOORS ARE OPEN TO THE ULTIMATE PARENT IEP PREP COURSE!*** Developmental Delay is...a little bit different than the other eligibility categories! In this episode we cover: -Using Colorado's Eligibility checklist as an example, we dive into the category of Developmental Delay -We cover common missed opportunities for parent advocacy (that help make that IEP effective!) -AND we talk about at what age you should know that things change to a different category and what to do at that point! Shownotes: www.TheIEPLab.com/episode71 The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course

Rad Mom Radio
A Conversation with Kirsten Fowler - author of Family, Faith, and Fragile X

Rad Mom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 33:55


Welcome to Rad Mom Radio!This week Natalie is joined by Kirsten Fowler - author of Family, Faith, and Fragile X. In this episode, Kirsten shares her story of being a Fragile X carrier and raising three children with Fragile X. You can find out more about Kirsten and her book on her website - www.kirstenfowler.com - you can also find her book on Amazon.Thank you for listening!

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
The low-risk way to explore career pivots (for therapists)

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 29:58


There's often a typical expected career path for pediatric clinicians, regardless of the discipline. It can often feel a bit constraining, especially if it doesn't fully align with your strengths; or if the system you're working in limits the way you serve your caseload. But what if you weren't limited to the typical model, or the traditional job postings? What if you could design a clinical career on your own terms? This idea is exciting…but scary. Especially if you're in a job that you enjoy and that feels “almost” in line with what you'd want to be doing. Many clinicians have this nagging feeling. They love what they do…but they wonder if they could be doing more for their field and in their career. I felt this way when I was nearing the end of my doctoral program and was working the school systems. I knew the next stage of my career was coming…but I wasn't exactly sure what direction I should go. Private practice? Higher ed? School administration? Something else? To answer this question, I did what I refer to as career “micro-experiments”. This is one of the strategies I used to launch my business while I was working in the schools full time. In this episode, I share:✅Why doing “test-runs” can help you discover your strengths, build your resume and skills, and serve your current caseload at the same time✅Why I turned down a job interview that could have led me towards what I thought was a “dream job”✅How to start building your leadership experience NOW, without leaving the security of your current job. In this episode, I mentioned the Clinical Leadership Roundtable, an ongoing event for pediatric clinicians that want to plan a career path that finally allows you to serve in a way that feels aligned and impactful.  You can join the Clinical Leadership Roundtable here. 

Special Education Inner Circle
#151: Independent Education Evaluations - Why, How, and Who

Special Education Inner Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 15:41


Independent Education Evaluations (IEE) are something that we typically talk about in Special Education under very high-stress situations. With worried parents, stressed school staff, and a scramble to collect all the data needed - it's no wonder all that can lead to stress! In this episode, I'm bringing a couple of solutions to you when it comes to IEE. I can't wait for you to check out Parallel Learning! Learn to Become a Master IEP Coach Get free weekly IEP training! Get expert IEP Help you can't get anywhere else! Get Started with Parallel Learning Today: Book a free consultation at parallellearning.com/schedule-your-consultation or call them directly at 914.377.5655

ABA on Call
CentralReach “ABA On Call” Season 4 Ep. 8 - ABA Jobs and Issues in Special Education

ABA on Call

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 34:17


The job market for behavior analysts in special and general education has increased greatly in the past 20 years. Behavior analysts can have a caseload, they can consult in general and special education classrooms, and can even work in administration. Behavior analysts can contribute to the IEP process in several constructive ways. Additionally, contributing to or creating a schoolwide discipline program falls in the domain of the application of a science of behavior. In this episode, we also discuss do's and don'ts of interacting with colleagues, working with a consultative model, and providing resources.  To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don't forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review.   Show Notes References  Six Tips for Successful IEP Meetings – A great resource for running a productive IEP meeting. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285415291_Six_Tips_for_Successful_IEP_Meetings 

IndoctriNation
An Everyday Cult w/ Gerette Buglion

IndoctriNation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 76:48


Gerette Buglion is a co-founder of the #igotout movement and a lifelong educator, who brings discernment, compassion, and understanding to the psycho-educational journey of cult recovery. She published her book An Everyday Cult in May 2021 and is currently working on a new project called Misunderstood. Gerette has a B.A. in Elementary Education and Special Education and earned her "Master's Degree" in cult awareness education from the school of life. This training occurred during her eighteen-year odyssey with Doug (fictitious name, real person) who was the leader of the ‘Center for Transformational Learning (fictitious name real group) Gerette joins Rachel to express her passion for education and explain the events that led to her current work as a cult educator with the #igotout movement. Together Rachel and Gerette dive deep into the common difficulties cult survivors have as they leave their groups and discuss the best practices for alleviating the dizzying complexities of starting a new life outside of the high control they've become so accustomed to. Find more info on Gerette's work here: www.gerettebuglion.com/ More info on the #igotout organization here: www.igotout.org/ Before You Go: Rachel expands on how sharing personal stories of survival does not have to include naming the group or perpetrators in order for survivors to gain autonomy and healing from the process, noting it's just as cathartic for the survivors and just as educational for others to hear. You can sign up for Rachel's webinar series LIVING IN FREEDOM here: rachelbernsteintherapy.com/webinar.html Thanks to all of our newest Patreon supporters: Stephanie Ellis, Marianne Fox, Stacey Bellows, Dr. Jo Eckler, Travis Bouwer, Julia C, Tom Harper, Ginger Sorbara, Dao Tindukasiri, Emily Adele Fletcher, Marie-Claude Hébert, Jessica, Maria, Matt Faucher, and, Juliana Zhou !! Prefer to support the IndoctriNation show with a one-time donation? Use this link: www.paypal.me/indoctrination You can help the show for free by leaving a rating on Spotify or Apple/ iTunes. It really helps the visibility of the show!

Wait and See
Episode 10 | Sheehan, School Principal

Wait and See

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:58


Episode 10 | Sheehan, School Principal I loved talking with Colten's principal. She has a beautiful perspective on welcoming all children into the school just the way they are and she strives to support her staff and build up the children. I have been impressed with everyone in the Special Education department and love working with them to create a successful plan for Colten. It truly is a team effort when you have a child with learning differences and behavior challenges. I hope you all enjoy this episode. Sheehan mentions that her staff is trained in Restorative Practice, which I wish I would've asked more questions about, but here are the questions the teachers are trained to ask when there are behavior challenges: What happened? What were you thinking of at the time? What have you thought about since? Who has been affected by what you have done? In what way have they been affected? What do you think you need to do to make things right? I love how this makes the child slow down, look at what happened, evaluate how they are feeling and how they reacted, and how can they correct the problem and make better choices in the future. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amber-mustain/support

The Just 7 Steps Podcast
#014: The Importance of Assent Pt. 2 with Emily Wilson

The Just 7 Steps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 23:07


I'm continuing my discussion with Emily Wilson on the importance of assent in education. We last left off talking about my plans to rebrand Step Seven as a troubleshooting step. In other words, show your child that not following your most important instructions will not usually result in the same levels of reinforcement. All non-participation will be analyzed and problem solved, but it will also be respected. When we look at Step Seven as a troubleshooting step, it helps you consider all of your options of ways to respond when the first six steps haven't resulted in the assent you were hoping for. Emily provides a ton of great resources and influential people to follow to learn more about maintaining healthy boundaries and assent. More and more people are starting to bring this topic mainstream, which is great to see. We also discuss the state of the field of ABA and how to handle criticism and make improvements. Emily believes that one of the most beneficial things we can do for behavior analysts right now is to create analysts who can dissect composite skill sets in such a way that shaping is comfortable for the learner. We chat about how this perspective can be implemented, especially for kids outside of the autism spectrum and any diagnosis.What's Inside:More on using Step 7 as a troubleshooting step.Emily's recommended names to follow to learn more about boundaries and assent. Why behavioral principles are for every parent and child, independent of diagnosis.Mentioned In This Episode:Just 7 Steps YouTubeJust7Steps.com

SPED Homeschool Conversations
Episode 223: Early Education Homeschool 101

SPED Homeschool Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 64:09


Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Julia Nalle, BiblioPlan's curriculum designer & co-author. Julia shared with us about "Early Education Homeschool 101"Watch the full broadcast on YouTube at https://youtu.be/z0c8iDoIDAI This episode of Empowering Homeschool Conversations was funded by viewers like you. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/To connect with Julia Nalle and her curriculum visit https://biblioplan.net/Also, visit this page on the BiblioPlan site to get more information on homeschooling struggling, sensory, and special learners https://biblioplan.net/adapting-bp-main/ To find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at https://spedhomeschool.com/ Check out our most recent articles on SPED Homeschool at https://spedhomeschool.com/articles/ Click here to power up your at home teaching: https://www.empoweredhomeschool.org/ #homeschoolpreschool #regulatedplay #unregulatedplay

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
The Levels of Clinical Leadership

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 40:32


A lot of the clinicians I work with feel very “boxed in” when it comes to the typical career path for therapists. They're boxed in by the way they have to provide services within the system, which often dictates how, when, and how often they see students/clients. They may feel boxed in by their schedule, their setting, or even their earning potential. Usually, they enjoy what they do, but have a nagging feeling that they could be doing more for their caseload, their field, and their community. What I've observed over the last 5 years of mentoring clinicians is that they often go through “levels” of clinical practice. I like to refer to this as “Clinical Leadership”. Many therapists don't think of themselves as leaders; especially if they aren't in an “official” leadership position…but I think that every clinician has an opportunity to be a leader regardless of their official job title. Once therapists get comfortable with the traditional model of therapy, they're often ready to transcend to the next stage of their career. So many of them are super talented, creative individuals; but they feel limited by what they see in the standard job postings. I've designed what I refer to as the “Pillars of Clinical Leadership” to help people get out of this career rut, so they can create a career unique to their own skills, talents, and preferences…and so they can make a bigger impact with the way they serve. In episode 78 of the “Are they 18 yet?®” podcast, I outline the common stages of leadership people go through, as well as the pillars for successful clinical leadership. If you don't feel fully aligned or excited by the typical career path for clinicians, or if you love your job but want to discover creative ways to be of service, you won't want to miss this episode. In this episode, I mentioned the Clinical Leadership Roundtable, an ongoing event for pediatric clinicians that take you through a series of exercises designed to help you craft your career path based on your unique skills, talents, and preferences.  You can join the Clinical Leadership Roundtable here. 

Rad Mom Radio
How do we keep our kids safe in school? Two moms discuss the local rise in reported instances of abuse toward special education students

Rad Mom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 52:41


Welcome to Rad Mom Radio!This week Natalie is joined by Niria - wife and mom of two - Natalie and Niria discuss what seems to be a local rise in reported instances of abuse toward special education students. As moms and leaders in their community, Natalie and Niria are open and honest about their feelings and perceptions about this issue.If you would like to contact Natalie you can send her an email at radmomradio@gmail.comThank you for listening!

The Great Teacher Resignation
How to Retain Special Ed Teachers?

The Great Teacher Resignation

Play Episode Play 21 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 24:56 Transcription Available


Today, Ali and JoDee are chatting with Rachel Watanabe Tate, a learning specialist with a focus on autism and behavior. She has over 12 years experience working in both public and private school systems. In this episode, they will be discussing ways in which school systems can retain teachers, how teacher pay is a localized issue, and transitioning from the classroom to different careers.Connect with Rachel:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rewbaby07/Connect with Ali and JoDee:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tgtrpodcast/

Expert Instruction: The Teach by Design Podcast
Ep. 22: School-wide Strategies for Preventing Escalated Behavior

Expert Instruction: The Teach by Design Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 50:29 Very Popular


In this episode of Expert Instruction: The Teach by Design Podcast, we're kicking off a two-part series about de-escalating the behaviors you see in your school. Today, we're exploring the school-wide, classroom-wide systems and practices you can leverage to prevent problem behaviors from escalating in the first place.Joining us today are two of the authors of a recently published practice brief from The Center on PBIS, Dr. Kathleen Strickland-Cohen and Alex Newson.Kathleen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Utah and a Doctoral-level Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has extensive experience conducting research and training both preservice teachers and in-service district and school personnel in behavior support implementation at Tiers 2 and 3. Her research interests include: designing inclusive educational environments, using efficient methods to train school professionals how to design individualized student behavior plans, and enhancing family-professional partnership within PBIS. Alex Newson is a doctoral student in Special Education at the University of Oregon. She is a recipient of Project COLEAD, which is a leadership grant focusing on autism, evidence-based practices, diversity, and collaboration across universities. Her current research interests include equitable neuroinclusive research methodologies, collaborative trauma-informed teacher education programs for neurodivergent educators and service providers, and the promotion of autistic mental health in schools for students and staff. She has taught throughout in the Pacific Northwest as a certified Special Educator and educational assistant.Oh, and we're also welcoming our new co-host, Nadia Sampson! Nad is a veteran in the PBIS game and she's ready to share her experience and her humor as we all learn more about the topics in each podcast episode. For more information about some of the resources mentioned in this today, please check out these links:Practice Brief: Strategies for De-Escalating Student Behavior in the ClassroomExpert Instruction Ep. 14: Relieving Staff Stress with System-level Solutions – Staff stress is a systemic issue best addressed with system-level solutions. We talked to two experts about how to do that in your school.10 Strategies to Combat Stress in the Classroom – Check out this article for more information about the affects of chronic stress and the fight, flight, or freeze responses you might see in your classroom.

The Speech Space Podcast
EP 97 - Digital Books Part 1: Where to Find Free Digital Books to Use in Speech Therapy

The Speech Space Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:29


Digital books are some of my favorite speech therapy tools. You can use them to target almost any goal. There are some wonderful options out there that are completely free for educators. In today's episode, I'll be discussing where to find digital books to use in speech therapy. Go here to access the show notes ===> https://bit.ly/TSSEP97

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast
Welcome to The Parent IEP Lab!

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 1:50


Welcome! If you are a parent or guardian of a child with an IEP and want to find a way to advocate that is balanced and doesn't involve a lot of conflict, you are in the right place!! Subscribe to this podcast to get insider information about the school culture and IEP process to get your child a supportive and effective IEP! The IEP Lab offers: The IEP 101 Parent Workbook Decoding IEP Data Workshop The Parent IEP Advocacy Summit and The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course! OR find all the information in one place at: www.TheIEPLab.com Email: Hello@TheIEPLab.com 

Hope on the Hard Road Special Needs Podcast
”IHSS & Medi-Cal Supports” with Wendy Dumlao

Hope on the Hard Road Special Needs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 30:58


Special Needs Supports Series "IHSS & Medi-Cal Supports” with Wendy Dumlao You're going to learn allot on today's podcast. Attorney Wendy Dumlao, is back for another episode in our Special Needs Support Series. This time she is sharing great insights with us about Medi-Cal and In Home Supportive Services or IHSS. Wendy Dumlao has been an attorney for almost 14 years practicing disability law. She worked for 5 years as the Clients Rights Advocate in San Diego, before opening her own practice. She specializes in advocacy related to Regional Center services, Social Security, Medi-Cal, IHSS and Special Education. So she has a lot of great insights to share.   Connect with Us: If you enjoy this podcast please share us with others and be sure to follow us so won't miss an episode.  We'd love to hear from you so please leave us a comment or rating and connect with us on social media or on our website. Website: https://hopeonthehardroad.org Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/hopeonthehardroad Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/hopeonthehardroad/ Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/2621447987943459/?source_id=105530184205752 Free Youtube Resource Library https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsSAfvTkSy87X-fEqtVR2qvo7w9UQBuxz  

The Modern Principal Podcast
A Principal's Role In Special Education

The Modern Principal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 26:30


We started this podcast with a DISCLAIMER: All districts have their own approaches to special education, and even more important, there are a lot of laws and statutes of which we are not experts. However, with that being said, there ARE ways to grow your own knowledge of special education as a principal. You can be a confident leader who understands the processes and supports available and provide leadership to your staff, students, and families!

OPOSICIONES DE EDUCACIÓN
La teoría de las inteligencias múltiples de Gardner ¿Mito o realidad?

OPOSICIONES DE EDUCACIÓN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 11:03


Apúntate a la newsletter: https://www.subscribepage.com/newsletterpreparadoredufis Mi formación anual de metodologías activas https://preparadoredufis.com/curso-metodologias-activas/ Mi formación de técnicas de estudio: https://preparadoredufis.com/tecnicas-de-estudio/ Mi curso de expresión oral de la programación y unidad didáctica https://preparadoredufis.com/curso-de-exposicion-oral/ Bibliografía Hattie, J. (2012). Visible learning for teachers. Maximizing impact on learning. Routledge. Howard Jones P. (2011). Investigación neuroeducativa. Neurociencia, educación y cerebro: de los contextos a la práctica. La Muralla. Howard-Jones P. (2014): “Neuroscience and education: myths and messages”. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 15. Hyatt K. J. (2007): “Brain Gym: building stronger brains or wishful thinking?” Remedial and Special Education, 28 (2), 117-124.

SPED Homeschool Conversations
Episode 222: Preschool Special Needs Homeschooling Advantages

SPED Homeschool Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 57:42


Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Leilani Melendez, homeschool mom and YouTuber at Living with Eve. Leilani shared with us about "Preschool Special Needs Homeschooling Advantages"Watch the full broadcast on YouTube at https://youtu.be/n0Ldxj5c0UwThis episode of Empowering Homeschool Conversations was funded by viewers like you. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/To connect with Leilani, you canVisit her website at https://livingwitheve.com/ Or, check out her YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL3MoxdBUw84VhPDUQ2ISIw To find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at https://spedhomeschool.com/ Check out our most recent articles on SPED Homeschool at https://spedhomeschool.com/articles/ Click here to power up your at home teaching: https://www.empoweredhomeschool.org/ #earlychildhoodeducation #homeschoolpreschool #downsyndrome

That Social Work Lady
Season 2, Episode 38: Talking Autism Awareness with Special Needs Advocate and Educator Vertongie Kendrix-Bailey

That Social Work Lady

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 27:35


Special Needs Advocate and Educator Vertongie Kendrix-Bailey  shares in Episode 38, that was stressful to see her toddler cry a lot, act as if he was lost at times and throw tantrums. When he was 4 years old, her son Hezekiah was diagnosed with autism after a comprehensive evaluation by his medical team. The medical team that evaluated Hezekiah included a pediatrician, a psychiatrist, an occupational therapist, a speech and language pathologist, and a nurse. After the evaluation and diagnosis Kendrix-Bailey knew she had to get help for her son.  With that in mind, Kendrix-Bailey took it upon herself to educate herself about autism. She took college courses on children with special needs and autism. Then she began a nonprofit to educate and empower parents and other community members named, Hezekiah Kidz, Inc.The mission at Hezekiah Kidz, Inc. is to empower children with autism and other disabilities with life skills. This nonprofit aims to move children beyond their disabilities,  provide them with the skills to survive, and prepare them to live a meaningful life.  Hezekiah Kidz, Inc. envisions a world where all children regardless of their disabilities are valued and afforded resources to develop the skills to realize their full potential. Each year Hezekiah Kidz, Inc. hosts an Autism Community Day. This event raises awareness, provides links to community programs for parents of children with special needs, and offers fun activities for families and community members alike. Autism Community Day will take place on Saturday, September 24, 2022 at The Game Room in Livonia, MI. Kendrix-Bailey credits her oldest son with laying the groundwork for the mission and purpose of Hezekiah Kidz, Inc. He did this simply by showing his mother that her youngest son may have a diagnosed disability but that doesn't mean he doesn't have abilities! Vertongie is a woman of great humility and expansive determination. She is a stroke survivor and parents a child with special needs. What others may see as set backs, Vertongie has turned into set ups for success. Parenting her son who has autism has taught her the importance of advocacy and has propelled her to work diligently to learn as much as she can in order to be the best support not only for her son but for all the children in her community.Vertongie began her educational journey in Detroit Public Schools. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration-Accounting, a Master's degree in Administration-Human Resources, and is currently working towards a 2nd Master's in Special Education with her eye on a Ph. D. in Behavioral Health. To say that she believes education is important in setting and achieving your goals would be an understatement.To learn more about  Vertongie's nonprofit and upcoming events check out:Hezekiah Kidz, IncAutism AllianceFriendship Circle

College Matters. Alma Matters.
Prof. Kymberly Harris of Georgia Southern University on UG Research: Students Become Scholars.

College Matters. Alma Matters.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 38:27


Prof. Harris was a school teacher before she became a University Professor. As a teacher you collect a lot of data. On academics, achievement test scores, how to motivate students, what time to day do they learn better etc. Research on that data, helps teachers provide better education to the kids in their classrooms! On our podcast, Prof. Harris talks about UG Research at Georgia Southern, the role CUR plays, Impact of Research on Students, Success Stories, and finally the Skills for high schoolers to do Research. Topics discussed in this episode: Introducing Prof. Kymberly Harris, GSU [] Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights [] Professional Background [] Why UG Research? [] Cascading Impact [] Chair of UG Research [] CUR's Role [] Student Participation [] Engaging Students [] Success Stories [] Impact on Students [] What's Ahead? [] Advice for High Schoolers [] Our Guest: Kymberly Harris is an Assoc. Professor in Elementary & Special Education & the Chair of Undergraduate Research Council at Georgia Southern University. Prof. Harris received the Bachelor of Arts degrees in secondary Education and Teaching from Athens State University. She then earned her PhD in Special Education and Teaching from the University of Alabama. Memorable Quote: “ I mean, it [Research] is for everybody. It helps everybody, but it's especially helpful for those students who, you know, haven't really got their feet set in the path that they want to go because it gives them so much more interest.” Prof. Kymberly Harris on UG Research . Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Newsletter. Follow us on Instagram. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email podcast@almamatters.io. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify.

Dave and Dujanovic
Special Education Resources in the Canyons School District

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 8:46


While “The Great Resignation” has been a major challenge for schools, it's proven to be especially challenging for special education departments. The dearth of teachers specially trained in special education is a concern for most school districts, including Canyons District. The shortage of para-educators for special education classrooms also is an issue, and CSD this week started a new incentive program for current employees to hopefully fill those positions. Current employees who refer a candidate who accepts a paraeducator job and stays for at least 90 days will receive an extra $500.  Employees who recruit a part-time paraeducator who stays for at least 90 days will receive $250.  Even with the shortage of teachers and staff, special education departments work hard to provide services to the students who need just a little more help to do big things. Special Education Director Nate Edvalson will talk about the need for    teachers, paraeducators, and the great work being done in special education classes and programs, such as speech-language pathology.  Special Education Director Nate Edvalson and Amy Buckley - Speech and language specialist join the show to discuss the resources available to students and need and the staffing issues they are facing in the department.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RTÉ - Drivetime
Childcare and School Busses

RTÉ - Drivetime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 14:04


Josepha Madigan, Fine Gael TD for Dublin Rathdown and Minister for Special Education and Inclusion

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast
E67: Visual Impairment Including Blindness [Eligibility Category Bonus Series]

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 26:18


The Parent IEP Advocacy Summit is only ONE WEEK away! You have until midnight of September 21st to get your free ticket (after that it's VIP tickets only!) So scoot on over to www.TheIEPLab.com/summit to get your ticket! In this Bonus Eligibility series, we are diving into ALL 13 categories of disability laid out by IDEA (the federal law that outlines special education)! In this episode we: 1) Go through an eligibility checklist together to see how someone may qualify under this category 2) Talk about specific cautions, dispel myths about the category, and talk about specific challenges related to this category (like staffing) 3) Give you resources for finding your own state's guidelines! Shownotes: www.TheIEPLab.com/episode67 2022 Parent IEP Advocacy Summit Free Ticket  

The Edmentum Podcast
E29: Realizing the Promise of Special Education with Elizabeth Hickey Orme

The Edmentum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 53:10


 David sits down with Special Education leader, innovator, and CEO of Creatively Focused, Elizabeth Hickey Orme to uncover the enormous challenges facing Special Education teachers and students, and how tapping in to their "super powers" is the key to professional and academic fulfillment. Creatively Focused is committed to helping special education teachers, paraprofessionals, and administrators feel connected and supported in the world of special education as it continues to change–so they can keep doing the job they love and supporting students. Learn more at https://creativelyfocused.net/.

Solutions and Strategies with Dr Sean: Living the Challenge
Encore Stress and Special Education

Solutions and Strategies with Dr Sean: Living the Challenge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 60:00


Why do parents and school staff get so stressed before, during and after IEP meetings. Let's discuss some strategies to support yourselves in the process.

Lindamood-Bell Radio
RtI, Science of Reading, and Learning Loss: What's next?

Lindamood-Bell Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 45:59


Robert H. Pasternack, Ph.D., former Assistant Secretary for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) at the U.S. Department of Education Dr. Pasternack joins us with an authoritative perspective on the history and evolution of Response to Intervention (RtI). He describes how data-driven practices prevent learning gaps and improve student outcomes. Dr. Pasternack served as Assistant Secretary for the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) at the U.S. Department of Education.

Youth Worker On Fire Podcast
116 Jim Halstead - Go and Tell Ministries - Pastor and Evangelist

Youth Worker On Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 45:11


Jim Halstead started Go and Tell Ministries after working with students and discipling them for many years. Jim is a man who started life without a clue about who God is. A young man who did not grow up going to church. When I first met Jim, I had been 5 years into a student ministry that would end up being my longest term student ministry position. We would meet together with youth pastors and volunteers as a district in ministry department for the southeast and helped to create one of three locations for Challenge 90 Evangelical Free Church of America. I found out just recently that Jim would pray specifically for our student ministry and family for many years, while he was located in Jacksonville, Florida and I was in Central Florida. Jim has discipled so many students that are now adults, supporting him to help other workers do the same thing. Go and Tell Ministries: Jim has a story that will inspire you to see far beyond the next few weeks and months into your student ministry. Maybe even a glimpse far into your future and what staying around and investing more will look like on the other end of your life. Learn to Delight in God, declare the gospel and disciple others to fulfill the great commission. Connect with Jim and Go and Tell Ministries here: www.goandtellministries.org _____________________________________________________________________ EPISODE CREDITS: Email us at: youthworkeronfire@gmail.com Hosted by: Doug Edwards Theme Song: "The One and Only" by The 808 (Listen to more at: hypeddit.com/the808/thisisthe808) Edited by: Ryan James Edwards at Secret Roots Music House Recorded by: Doug Edwards Graphics by: Ryan James Edwards

Faith in the Family Podcast
Episode 36: Special Education

Faith in the Family Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 45:16


Bryan and Jamilla discuss special education, specifically in the United States. Jamilla spearheads the discussion as she has worked in New Jersey public schools for over 15 years as a school psychologist specializing in special education. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faith-in-the-family/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/faith-in-the-family/support

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Don't avoid problems. Plan for them.

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 34:19


There are a lot of challenges that we face as therapists; but not all of them need to prevent us from delivering quality services. By facing our problems head on, often we can mitigate them or eliminate them completely. This doesn't happen from avoiding or ignoring them. Instead, we need to get them all out on the table to figure out how to minimize them. This is also key in determining if you're on the right career path, or if it's time to pivot. I talk about how to think through this risk mitigation process in episode 77 of the “Are they 18 yet?®” Podcast. Getting this “risk mitigation” process out of the way is often the key to freeing up mental resources that allow you to think bigger about the way you show up for your caseload. In this episode, I mentioned the Clinical Leadership Roundtable, a special event for pediatric therapists who want to make a bigger impact with their services. When you'll be taken through a 3-stage process where you'll start to design a plan for feeling more empowered in your work. You can join the Clinical Leadership Roundtable here. 

Seek Learning
"Emotional Well-Being in Youth" with Ellie Young

Seek Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 34:38


Ellie Young, PhDProfessor, Counseling Psychology and Special Education, Brigham Young University "We may need to move beyond what we traditionally have done and look at how is this working. Could school counselors, school social workers, and school psychologists come together in different ways to support administrators and teachers?"

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast
E66: Math Anxiety with Allison Dillard of Allison Loves Math

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:47


Does your child struggle with math? Does working on, or even thinking about, math give your child anxiety? Today, we are diving into math anxiety and how to help kids who struggle with it.   Allison Dillard joins us to talk all about math anxiety. We are chatting about what math anxiety is, the difference in the “new” way of teaching math and the way we grew up learning math, tips for parents of children who struggle with math anxiety, and what resources Allison has to help you and your child.   Shownotes: theieplab.com/episode66   FREE Summit: theieplab.com/summit   Facebook group: https://urlgeni.us/facebook/IEPlab Allison's Website: www.allisonlovesmath.com

Stepping Into Special Education - Strategies for New Teachers, Self-Growth, Classroom Organization, Community Building
10. 4 Fun Back to School Activities for Special Education Elementary Teachers

Stepping Into Special Education - Strategies for New Teachers, Self-Growth, Classroom Organization, Community Building

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 13:28


Hey Sped Teacher, Are you unsure of what activities to plan for back to school? Stressing over which lessons will be the most impactful for that first day back? Should you jump right into academics? Today I share 4 fun back-to-school activities for special education elementary teachers that are not only fun but also necessary to establish routines and structure for you and your students. There are so many different activities, special ed lessons, and ideas that you can search for. But these 4 activities will give you the foundation you need to build the flow for the rest of the school year. Take Care, Michelle In this episode you'll learn: An activity that will help with your IEPs (Individual Education Plan)  What activities are necessary for  your special education classroom Ideas for what to do during a campus tour Resources Mentioned: www.instagram.com/tayloredforresource Connect with Michelle Vazquez: Join the Facebook Community, www.facebook.com/groups/steppingintospecialed Follow on Instagram www.instagram.com/steppingintospecialed Contact: steppingintospecialed@gmail.com

The Be More Today Show
EP 101: "Yoga For All" featuring certified special educator and Kundalini Yoga Instructor Le Shone Jai

The Be More Today Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 41:15


Episode 101 of the Be More Today Show features LeShone Jai HoSang Navies. LeShone Jai is a certified special educator and Kundalini Yoga instructor with two decades of experience in both fields. In July 2022, she shared the intersection of her two passions at the International Association of Special Education conference in Vietnam, where she facilitated a presentation on wellness recipes for students with special needs, their educators, and families. LeShone Jai is a first generation Jamaican-American woman from the Bronx, NY who promotes courage and grace through education and yoga. LeShone Jai has worked in public, private and charter schools in the Washington, DC-area as a K-12 teacher and administrator. She currently works as a special education coordinator in a public high school in southern Maryland. LeShone Jai has practiced yoga for over 20 years, and has been a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher since 2007. She has taught yoga to babies, youth, and adults in birth centers, schools, studios, and gyms. She currently teaches a weekly online Kundalini Yoga class offered through Lighthouse Yoga Center in Washington, DC- the JaiYoga #SundaySesh at 11 am EST-  with students from all around the world. She encourages everyone and Anyone can join her “global yoga fam” for a physically invigorating and mentally stimulating JaiYoga experience. For more information about the Be More Today Show visit our website www.bemoretoday.com or email us at Drsean@bemoretoday.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/support

Free Your Energy
How To Recover From Overwhelm And Burnout | Lindsay Titus

Free Your Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 38:39


Hello friends, Lindsay Titus is a board-certified behavior analyst with a Master's in Special Education; she works every day to share simple yet strategic tools and strategies with educators so they can feel confident in who they are as educators and strengthen their connections with their students every single day. Website and Socials: https://www.defineyouniversity.com/ https://twitter.com/ltitus828 Lindsay's Podcast On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2V6laUWV0030uHo4sqIvqq?si=febb298810a74683 Lindsay's Podcast On Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-define-youniversity-podcast-with-lindsay-titus/id1493717473

Perspectives in Rural Education
Dr. Kathryn Havercroft - EIU Special Education Professor

Perspectives in Rural Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 32:23


Episode 16 features Dr. Kathryn Havercroft, a professor for the Special Education Department at Eastern Illinois University. In this episode she discusses her journey to becoming a professor in Special Education, along with her involvement in several organizations including the Special Olympics. This was a great and fascinating conversation to have, with a recurring theme of "accessible education for everyone". Hope you enjoy!

SPED Homeschool Conversations
Episode 221: The Hierarchy of Learning

SPED Homeschool Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 65:09


Our special guests this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations were Lori & MacKenzie Harris, clinic director and curriculum developer from Iconix Learning. Lori & MacKenzie shared with us about "The Hierarchy of Learning"Watch the full broadcast on YouTube at https://youtu.be/k4Exn2SfEUM This episode of Empowering Homeschool Conversations was funded by viewers like you. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/To connect with Iconix learning, visit https://www.iconixlearningcenter.com/Use this form to pre-order the SPOTS game our guests talked about: https://form.jotform.com/SuperpowersForGood/spots To find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at https://spedhomeschool.com/ Check out our most recent articles on SPED Homeschool at https://spedhomeschool.com/articles/ Click here to power up your at home teaching: https://www.empoweredhomeschool.org/ #heirarchyoflearning #homeschoolpreschool #howwelearn

That Social Work Lady
Season 2, Episode 37: Where Humility, Hard Work and Determination Meet

That Social Work Lady

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 49:45


In Episode 37, Vertongie Kendrix-Bailey shares her journey as a mother and advocate for her two sons: Zechariah and Hezekiah. Her parenting philosophy guides how she has crafted community to support her values and goals for her family. As a highly educated professional, Vertongie is the kind of mother who uses all her resources and skills to provide for and advocate for her children and herself. Vertongie also serves as a parent liaison for Children with Special Needs, participates on nonprofit boards, trains parents on how to be better advocates for their children, organizes local campaigns,  and found her own foundation/small business Hezekiah Kidz, Inc. Vertongie is a woman of great humility and expansive determination. She is a stroke survivor and parents a child with special needs. What others may see as set backs, Vertongie has turned into set ups for success. Parenting her son who has autism has taught her the importance of advocacy and has propelled her to work diligently to learn as much as she can in order to be the best support not only for her son but for all the children in her community. Vertongie began her educational journey in Detroit Public Schools. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration-Accounting, a Master's degree in Administration-Human Resources, and is currently working towards a 2nd Master's in Special Education with her eye on a Ph. D. in Behavioral Health. To say that she believes education is important in setting and achieving your goals would be an understatement.To learn more about a few of the program Vertongie supports check out:Hezekiah Kidz, IncDAPCEPCHADDAutism Alliance of Michigan

The On-Air Advocate
Texas A&M University's Work-Based Learning and Capacity-Building projects - Transition Series: High School & Beyond

The On-Air Advocate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 19:51


Seattle Now
Seattle teachers on the picket lines

Seattle Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 12:55


School was supposed to start yesterday. Instead of coming to classrooms full of students, Seattle public school teachers donned red shirts and took to the picket lines to strike.Teachers are striking for competitive pay, adequate classroom support, and a better teacher to student ratio for Special Education classrooms. In fact, Seattle's Special Education program has been a core issue at the bargaining table. We went to a few schools to talk with teachers and educators about why they are striking and the issues that are important to them.Special Education teacher Meggie Meter shares what is at stake for teachers and students in these programs and what kinds of support teachers would like to see from the school district.

The Good Life EDU Podcast
Supporting Nebraska's Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Their Families

The Good Life EDU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 36:00


This episode brings together all five of Nebraska's Regional Program Coordinators for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, and the group is joined by NDE's Darsha Pelland, who works in the Office of Special Education as the IDEA Low Incidence Director. On the pod, coordinators Heather Witte, Sara Peterson, Jill Hoffart, Lindsey Hinzmann, and Diane Meyer explain the full scope of services for our deaf and hard of hearing children and their families. Listeners will appreciate learning about the statewide structure, the programming available, and the heartfelt examples these great educators share from their personal experiences with serving their students. To learn more about this program and to contact a regional coordinator, access https://nrpdhh.esu9.org/ for more details.

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Creating assets and leverage to amplify the impact of your services

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 40:49


When people talk about assets, they're often thinking about personal finance. They're talking about things like real estate, index funds, crypto and other things aimed at giving you some kind of return on your investment. But I want to talk about how therapists can apply this concept to what they do, because it's the key to making a bigger impact. When we make the “leadership shift” and start thinking about service delivery in the broader sense, we have to start thinking about how to coordinate an entire service plan for a student. This means utilizing other people and thinking creatively about how we can ensure that kids are getting the support they need across the day; rather than just focusing on what's going on when they're in a therapy session or in your classroom. One of the biggest challenges therapists face is that they don't have enough time with their clients to address all the skills they need to cover.This is exactly why we need to stop functioning in silos and instead see ourselves as part of the bigger picture, like puzzle pieces that fit together seamlessly. It's remiss to imply that people working in education and healthcare have endless resources at their disposal.But many times, they have more power than they realize. And when they use their time the right way, they can actually create more time, resources, relationships, and impact. In this episode, I mentioned that I'm about to open the doors to my Clinical Leadership program. This program is designed to help pediatric therapists be better leaders, so they can make a bigger impact with their services. If you're a therapist or an educator working with kids, and you want to think bigger about how you serve your caseload, community, and your field, then this program is for you. You can join the waiting list here to be notified when program enrollment is open. 

Progressively Incorrect
S2E4: Sarah Powell on Myths that Undermine Math Teaching

Progressively Incorrect

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 47:46


In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Sarah Powell. Sarah is Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Texas at Austin. She has become a go-to expert for research into interventions for students with mathematics difficulties, and she has co-authored an important paper with Elizabeth Hughes and … Continue reading S2E4: Sarah Powell on Myths that Undermine Math Teaching

The Speech Space Podcast
EP 96 - Best Back to School Tips for SLPs

The Speech Space Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 8:08


Today, I'll be sharing my three favorite back-to-school tips for SLPs. The core theme of this episode is the importance of self-compassion. The beginning of the school year is a great time to commit to treating ourselves with compassion, and I hope this episode gives you some ideas for how to put that compassion into practice. To access the show notes, please click this link ===> https://bit.ly/TSSEP96

Disrupt The Everyday Podcast
Episode 81 - A Teacher's Struggle with Tourette's with Mark Chartier

Disrupt The Everyday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 66:00


Watch Here: https://youtu.be/_jt-XCV-TEE SCHOOL IS BACK IN SESSION, HOW IMPORTANT ARE TEACHER'S ? On this episode we are joined by Mark Chartier. Mark is a special education teacher, poet, speaker, and a man living with Tourette's Syndrome. On this episode we discuss: Destigmatizing Tourette's Syndrome How the Teacher's Worst Nightmare Became a Teacher Himself Overcoming Disabilities, Abuse, and Mental Illness For places to listen, places to connect on social media, to be a guest, collaborate with or sponsor DTE visit: https://linktr.ee/DisruptTheEveryday Mark's website: https://www.markchartier.com/ Get Mark's Book Here About Mark in his words As a child, I exhibited bizarre actions such as neck thrusting, facial grimacing, eye blinking, barking, and screaming, which caused me to be ostracized in school. I got in many fistfights, had poor grades, and was suspended from school frequently. In short, I was a teacher's worst nightmare. Despite this, I was fortunate to have some very caring educators who inspired me to do my best in everything I did. When I was 17, my father took me to a neurologist who diagnosed me with Tourette's syndrome. Although we finally had an answer for my behavior, this was just the first chapter of my journey with a disability. After barely graduating high school, I was admitted into college on a probationary status. Every day was a battle with my Tourette's symptoms and the side effects of medications. A brain injury in 2000 also caused me to develop a significant stutter that made communicating with others exasperating. But I overcame these challenges and earned a BA in English. As I considered where I wanted to go from there, I thought about the people who made a positive impact on my life growing up; the answer was easy — educators. So, I decided to pursue an MA in Special Education, which I completed in 2005. I began teaching special education in 2008 and quickly became known as "Mr. C" to my students. I fell madly in love with teaching and realized that my disability served as a bridge with my students. They realized that "Mr. C." was "different", so they were able to identify with me in a unique way. My passion for teaching kids with disabilities has inspired me to share my story of triumph and success, as well as the poignant anecdotes and life lessons I have experienced with my students. Through poetry, memoir, and humor, I prove that anyone can conquer any challenge with a positive attitude, hard work, and determination. Today, I am a published author, a motivational speaker, and a disability advocate. It's been a long journey from being the teacher's worst nightmare to becoming a success story they can be proud of, but it's taught me so much about myself and life that I can now share with others.

Hope on the Hard Road Special Needs Podcast
”Regional Center Supports” with Wendy Dumlao

Hope on the Hard Road Special Needs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 35:10


Special Needs Supports Series "Regional Center Supports” with Wendy Dumlao Today we're talking with attorney Wendy, Dumlao. Wendy is an incredible advocate for families of children with special needs and those with disabilities. You are going to love her caring, fun, and engaging way of presenting the insights that she brings to this first episode in our Special Needs Support Series. Wendy Dumlao has been an attorney for almost 14 years practicing disability law. She worked for 5 years as the Clients Rights Advocate in San Diego, before opening her own practice. She specializes in advocacy related to Regional Center services, Social Security, Medi-Cal, IHSS and Special Education. So she has a lot of great insights to share.   Connect with Us: If you enjoy this podcast please share us with others and be sure to follow us so won't miss an episode.  We'd love to hear from you so please leave us a comment or rating and connect with us on social media or on our website. Website: https://hopeonthehardroad.org Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/hopeonthehardroad Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/hopeonthehardroad/ Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/2621447987943459/?source_id=105530184205752 Free Youtube Resource Library https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsSAfvTkSy87X-fEqtVR2qvo7w9UQBuxz  

CHIT CHAT WITH HOPE
Transitioning from special education classroom to general education classroom

CHIT CHAT WITH HOPE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 25:24


Ask to observe a general education classroom in progress