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Special ed experts on special ed topics for special ed parents. If I could ensure every parent has all the information they need before stepping into their child's IEP meeting, I would. While that may be a lofty goal, I hope this podcast helps you prepare to advocate for your child. If you have a child with disabilities and special education needs, congratulations! You have just become the CEO of your child's education! There are acronyms galore, terms of art that are counter-intuitive, and ...
 
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2MF is a series of community meetings – open and participatory experiences – organized by artists Sonya Derman and Maria Stabio. Collaborating with selected New York City thinkers, 2MF aims to encourage pro-emotive and ante-academic conversation among artists in New York City. All meetings are free and open to the public. Follow us on instagram at 2__m__f
 
We are thrilled to be launching the first episode of our series of Mothers Meeting podcasts which will be focusing on all things MUM/MOM/MAM/MOTHER but not in the conventional sense. We will be taking motherhood into the next dimension with humour, realness and honesty whilst always keeping things fun and fierce! We will be tackling subjects that are often seen as taboo or a bit embarrassing. With special guest speakers and topics which would normally make your eyes water we hope to inspire, ...
 
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A new MP3 sermon from Dutton United Reformed Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Give Thanks Speaker: Rev. Talman Wagenmaker Broadcaster: Dutton United Reformed Church Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/25/2021 Bible: Isaiah 11:1 Length: 35 min.بقلم Rev. Talman Wagenmaker
 
A new MP3 sermon from Redeemer United Reformed Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: "Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven" Speaker: Rev. Jacques Roets Broadcaster: Redeemer United Reformed Church Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/25/2021 Bible: Psalm 103 Length: 46 min.…
 
A new MP3 sermon from 5 Solas Ministry is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Mas Enseñanza Familiar Subtitle: Conferencias Veracruz 2021 Speaker: Paul Walker Broadcaster: 5 Solas Ministry Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/21/2021 Bible: Deuteronomy 6:1-9; 1 Peter 3:1-7 Length: 74 min.…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Sovereign Grace African Fellowship is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Ends Of The Earth Subtitle: Hausa Speaker: Heshimu K. Colar Broadcaster: Sovereign Grace African Fellowship Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/27/2021 Bible: Isaiah 49:6; Philippians 1:21 Length: 59 min.…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Shining Light Independent Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Breaking of Bread Subtitle: 30th Anniversary Speaker: Paul Haycock Broadcaster: Shining Light Independent Baptist Church Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/27/2021 Bible: Acts 2:34-47 Length: 66 min.…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Covenant Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Redeemed? Say So! Subtitle: Holidays Speaker: Kenneth E Klett Broadcaster: Covenant Presbyterian Church Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/25/2021 Bible: Psalm 107 Length: 31 min.بقلم Kenneth E Klett
 
A new MP3 sermon from The Old Paths Christian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Giving Thanks to God in Dark Times Speaker: Joe Rosales Broadcaster: The Old Paths Christian Church Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/25/2021 Length: 96 min.بقلم Joe Rosales
 
A new MP3 sermon from Washed By The Blood Ministry is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: I'm Ready For "No More" Speaker: Cody Harris Broadcaster: Washed By The Blood Ministry Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/26/2021 Bible: 2 Timothy 4 Length: 47 min.بقلم Cody Harris
 
A new MP3 sermon from Lafayette Missionary Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Church Responsibilities Speaker: Joey Green Broadcaster: Lafayette Missionary Baptist Church Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/21/2021 Length: 40 min.بقلم Joey Green
 
A new MP3 sermon from Partick Free Church of Scotland (Cont) is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Open-Air-1 26 Nov 2021 Subtitle: Open-Air Witness Speaker: Andrew R Allan Broadcaster: Partick Free Church of Scotland (Cont) Event: Special Meeting Date: 11/26/2021 Length: 48 min.…
 
Knowing your child’s IEP team isn’t enough. To be the best advocate for your child, you need to know who makes the decisions, how, and when. Your local Board of Education (BOE) consists of lay representatives who live in your community and are selected by you (in some areas there are appointed school boards, which are selected by either the mayor o…
 
Going back to school in person shouldn’t be a choice between a family member and an education. But for some families, it is just that. For children living with immunocompromised family members, going back in person really isn’t a choice at all. It’s not even one of the options. This episode isn’t about special ed, it’s about education and why we ne…
 
Justyna & Meghan from The Hangout Spot join me today to discuss how kids are adjusting to “back to normal” back to school! While I wouldn’t necessarily call it “normal” we are going back and most kids haven’t had an opportunity to flex their social muscles in a while. They will need time and patience while they acclimate. Justyna & Meghan talk abou…
 
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Looking for an Airline that suits your pocket and yet provides comfort and leisure at its best? Then there is no better option then Delta Airlines Reservations. Being one of the largest airlines in the united states, it provides many facilities to its travelers. To have a unique air travel experience and have a memorable journey, delta airlines fli…
 
My office mates join me to sum up IEP season, discuss the trends we saw, and postulate on what we should expect for '21-22. You can reach us all at SpecialEd.Law A transcript of this episode can be found here shortly after the episode is published: https://specialed.law/end-of-year-wrap-up/بقلم Dana Jonson
 
Summer's coming! So today, special education parent and advocate, Lisa Lightner, founder of A Day in Our Shoes, joins me to discuss Extended School Year services. What are they? Who gets them? And do you need them? Check out ADayInOurShoes.com A transcript of this episode can be found here shortly after the episode is published: https://specialed.l…
 
What's the deal with Mediation? Mediation is a wonderful tool for resolving disputes with your school district. It is voluntary, free, and offered by your State, so today we are going to check it out. We will discuss the entire process, all the players, and how you can prepare. NEWS: I also have exciting news about the re-brand of Need to Know with…
 
Today we head to SuperD!Ville where children who learn differently (and their peers) find out about how their brains work and social emotional learning. We talk with Peggy Stern, Founder and CEO, and Diana Correa-Cintron, COO, about how SuperD!Ville came to be and how it is helping children everywhere! https://superdville.com SuperD!Ville is a forw…
 
Happy IEP season! Today, special education attorney Laura Henneghan joins Lisa Lightner and A Day in Our Shoes to discuss Compensetory Education for services missed due to the global pandemic. She covers what comp ed is, who qualifies, and how to ask for it. You'll gain tools with which to advocate for your child in your spring IEP meetings. Check …
 
Is your child with special education needs college bound? What do they need to get there? And where is there? Today, Special Education Attorney Laura Heneghan shares her journey helping her children navigate transition skills for college and what questions to ask. You can find both Laura and me at https://SpecialEd.Law and you can reach Laura direc…
 
With IEP season comes IEPs and with IEPs comes Goals and Objectives, the heart and soul of your child's IEP. So it is critical that your child's goals and objectives are Smart, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Today, Special Education Advocate Stacey Tié and I talk about what you need to know to make sure your child has SMART goals…
 
With March comes IEP season and it's time to prep! Around the middle of March, schools start holding IEP meetings to plan for the following school year. School districts are slammed trying to schedule all the meetings, students are at the beginning of the end of their school year, and parents need to prepare to advocate on behalf of their child. So…
 
Today I'm speaking with John Flanders, a special education attorney and former Executive Director of Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center (CPAC), about why learning how to properly advocate for your child is so important. We talk about the importance of understanding not just your child's disability but the special education process and law! John tel…
 
Today I'm speaking with Kate Pearce, of Kate Pearce Educational Services, about reading deficits, assessments, and the importance of proper reading instruction. Kate is a reading specialist, educator, advocate, mom, and, yes... proud dyslexic! She provides reading assessments, instruction, and consultative services to parents and schools. Join us w…
 
Today I speak with Marc Bonaguide about residential placements. Marc is the Clinical Supervisor at The Glenholme School based in Washington, Connecticut. The Glenholme School, also known as Devereux Glenholme School, is an independent coeducational therapeutic boarding school situated on over 110 acres in Washington, Connecticut. The program there …
 
In this episode, I speak with Jeff Bravin, Executive Director of the American School for the Deaf (ASD) in Hartford, CT to discuss the importance of a literacy and language rich environment (their version of LRE). Not only does ASD serve deaf and hard of hearing students, they also have a successful program for hearing and non-verbal students with …
 
Pam Margolis is An Unconventional Librarian! She loves book and she loves inspiring students to explore new literature to expand their world. She reviews both popular books and those emerging in their genre. During this episode, Pam talks about Flamingo Rampant books. They are an inclusive publisher that she recommends: https://www.flamingorampant.…
 
Today I speak with Joulé Bazemore and Barb Coleman, Co-Coordinators of The Bridge Program at Wooster School, a program designed to address the needs of students with Language Based Learning Disabilities. We discuss what these are, how they impact students, and how the Bridge Program has found a successful way to remediate these challenges for stude…
 
Today we talk to Mandy Favolaro & Missy Alexander about the Annual COPAA Conference. COPAA stands for Council of Parents Attorneys and Advocates, an organization dedicated to protecting and enforcing the legal and civil rights of students with disabilities and their families. Their primary goal is to secure high quality educational services and to …
 
Twice-exceptional (2e) children struggle because their gifts mask their challenges and their challenges mask their gifts. So, how do we educate 2e children? Today we are talking with super-mom and co-founder of Cajal Academy (cajalacademy.org), a private special education school in CT designed for 2e children. Cajal integrates intellectually-stimul…
 
Special Ed 101 mp3 Thu, 11/19 9:46PM • 40:50 SUMMARY KEYWORDS child, special education, student, school district, parents, evaluations, education, iep, disability, attorney, iep meeting, mediation, state, due process hearing, least restrictive environment, timelines, hearing, school, procedural safeguards, decision Transcript:Today, I want to talk …
 
Today we talk with Aubrey Schmalle, a registered occupational therapist, about Body Activated Learning to support attention and engagement. This is an innovative, sensory-based program to support attention and engagement in children that can be embedded into the existing curriculum of any school environment. Schools and parents can implement this p…
 
"Back to school" elicits images in my head of long lines in stationery stores, exorbitant shipping fees for backpacks I forgot to order, and the promise of a great new school year. None of that, however, was part of back to school 2020, at least not for us. As we have learned, nothing is written in stone with COVID-19. Here in CT, we heard schools …
 
Being a mom is hard on a good day but just because something is hard doesn't mean it can't bring you joy! Today I talk with Meredith Masony, a work-from-home mom of 3, helping other woman through one of the most isolating jobs they have: motherhood. We talk about her new book, her quest for self-discovery, & the fun that disabilities adds to the jo…
 
What is the least restrictive environment? The one that is appropriate! And which one is that in the world of hybrid models where no one even knows what regular education looks like? Great questions. Join Stacey Tié and me as we discuss LRE, what that might look like now, and how to advocate for your child. More information about Stacey can be foun…
 
As parents contemplate their options for Fall 2020, the terms "online learning" and "virtual instruction" have become more commonplace than "unprecedented." Many students struggled to access their education in Spring of 2020, which made parents wary of the new digital components for Fall 2020. But what is that digital component and how can you advo…
 
Raising a child with Autism can be difficult for anyone, however, in the Black community there are additional challenges that may affect you. Although early intervention is key, African American children with autism are one to two years older than white children before they're even diagnosed! Maria Davis-Pierre is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor…
 
Where are your kids hanging out these days? Are they learning the social skills they need to navigate the world in-person AND online? To be a friend? To get a friend? To maintain a friend? And, what do Applied Behavior Analysis, Precision Teaching, Natural Environment Teaching (NET) have to do with any of this? This episode is what you need! Today …
 
Amy Pleet-Odle is an inclusion coach and founder of Inclusion Focused Coaching. She brings nearly 50 years of experience in education to her coaching work. She's been an English teacher, special educator, department chair, secondary transition coordinator, state department specialist, college professor, and parent. And in this episode she talks to …
 
ESY, or extended school year, provides students with services beyond the end of the school year for those who need it. While these services typically happen in the summer, they are not summer school. ESY is for students who would otherwise regress (more so than typical peers) over the long summer break or for students whose disabilities are such th…
 
Schools closed due to a global pandemic. If that's not enough to trigger you, what about having to stay home, having to go out, having to work, not working? And the cherry on top? You now need to oversee your child's education, whatever that is right now. Speaking of your child, their schedules have been obliterated, the people who support them dai…
 
The purpose of transition goals and objectives is to prepare your child for life after high school, whatever that may be for them. So now, all you need to figure out is what life after high school will look like for your child AND what skills your child will need to be there AND how to successfully teach those skills to your child. No pressure. Luc…
 
The science tells us we feel AND do better when we attend to our own nutrition, physical activity, and mental health. So, what have you done for yourself lately! Dr. Marney White, clinical psychologist and Associate Professor at the Yale School of Public Health, joins us and she's going to tell us what we need to know about self-care! Especially no…
 
What is compensatory education (comp ed) and who needs to know about it? It's what children with disabilities are entitled to when they don't get the services in their IEP (sound like anyone you know?) and the person who needs to know about it is YOU! Comp ed is educational services awarded to students with disabilities to make up for services they…
 
What is crisis schooling? Exactly what you are doing now! Distance learning, educational opportunities, work packets, zoom sessions, and (in all your free time) don't forget you have to work too! Catherine Whitcher is the founder of Master IEP Coach Mentorship®, a program that teach parents, educators, and any member of the IEP team how to build IE…
 
The most important skill you need as a parent of a child with a disability is communication. Communication with your child, communication with outside providers, and communication with your school! Today we talk about important components of your communications and how to make them as clear, efficient, and successful as possible! Good communication…
 
Executive functions (EF) are much more than just organization! We need executive functions to be able to be flexible, generate ideas, problem-solve, hold information in out brain while completing a task, manage task demands, and monitor one's own performance against some standard of what is needed or expected. Today we speak with Kit Savage, founde…
 
What you need to know about Animal Assisted Play Therapy™! Today we talk with Diane Dioguardi, LPC, RPT, CAAPT, about what animal play therapy is, how it works, and who should do it. Diane is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Connecticut and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York. She partners with her eight-year-old golden retriever, Sh…
 
Today we talk to Christine Lai whose journey as a parent led her to co-found Special Education Legal Fund (S.E.L.F.). We talk about challenges parents experience while advocating for their child(ren) and why they need special education legal services. You can find Christine at Christine@spedlegalfund.org You can find S.E.L.F. at specialedlegalfun.o…
 
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