Events Calendar

Oct
18
Wed
Transition Planning: Getting Started @ Dryden High School Library
Oct 18 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

This is part of a series with Dryden Central Schools; however, parents can come to both or one.  The other training session is scheduled for November 7th.

Post-Secondary Transition is planning and preparing for one’s future after high school while still in school. In this workshop, you will learn about the transition process for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).  You will also learn the answers to the following questions and more:

  • What does Post-Secondary Transition mean?
  • When should planning begin for transition from school to the adult world?
  • Who is involved in the transition process?
  • What does transition planning look like in the IEP?

This training is open to all families that want to learn about transition planning for students with IEPs and is highly recommended for families of students in Middle School and High School.

In collaboration with RSE-TASC.

 

Oct
24
Tue
The Special Education Process @ Finger Lakes Independence Center
Oct 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The special education process can be complex and difficult to navigate for many families. This training will cover everything you need to know from referral to resolving disagreements. Some of the items we cover are:

  • Timelines
  • Referral process
  • Evaluations
  • Eligibility
  • IEP development and implementation

And much more…

The presentation will end at 11:30am and then there will be time for a Q&A at the end if parents and guardians want to stay.

 

 

 

Oct
25
Wed
HANDWRITING & TECHNOLOGY FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS WITH AUTISM AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES @ Ihaca Marriott Downtown
Oct 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Handwriting can be a difficult task, especially for students with developmental disabilities.  This course will teach strategies to promote improved handwriting using technology. Technology is motivating for children and it’s wonderful if it can be paired with academics.  This course is for parents of children of all ages, from preschool to teenagers!  A variety of apps will be demonstrated including:

  • Apps to encourage proper letter formation for preschool aged children
  • Apps to promote handwriting practice and written expression for school aged students
  • Apps for handwriting compensation techniques for secondary students

If possible, please bring your devices to practice along with the instructor.

ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTOR:

Kim Wiggins OT/L is an occupational therapist specializing in pediatrics.  She has been speaking nationally since 2011.

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.  This event is free. Deadline to register is October 20, 2017. FOR QUESTIONS OR TO REGISTER BY PHONE CALL SHELLEY AT 607-437-0077.

PARENT REGISTRATION:

Email:  register@familyrn.org

Please include the names of individuals attending, phone number, county of residence and indicate if your loved one has OPWDD eligibility.

Please put “Technology” on the subject line of your email.

PROVIDER REGISTRATION:

Email: register@familyrn.org

Please include the names of individuals attending and contact phone number.  Please put “Technology” on the subject line of your email.

Sponsored by The Family Resource Network, Inc. and The Syracuse University Parent Assistance Center.

 

Nov
2
Thu
Understanding Diploma and Credential Options for Students with Disabilities @ Rome Free Academy
Nov 2 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Presented by:Illustration of a cap and gown

Kristine O’Brien, SUPAC Training Specialist and Carol Watros, RSE TASC Transition Specialist

Thinking about what you want to do after high school is exciting.  Preparation for that journey is key while you are still in school.  Parents/guardians and students and need to learn the requirements for graduation. A high school diploma is achieved through mastering state academic standards, passing required tests and courses and earning credits. In this training, we will explain the different requirements for the Regents and Local Diploma. We will also discuss how students can use their strengths to achieve a diploma through multiple pathways. We will explore the importance of career readiness skills and the credentials available. This training is sure to help you navigate which options are the best for your child.

We encourage parents and guardians of Middle School and High School Students to attend!

 

Nov
7
Tue
Understanding Diploma and Credential Options for Students with Disabilities @ Dryden High School Library
Nov 7 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

This is part of a series with Dryden Central Schools; however, parents can come to both or one.  The other training session is scheduled for October 18th.

Thinking about what you want to do after high school is exciting.  Preparation for that journey is key while you are still in school.  Parents/guardians and students and need to learn the requirements for graduation. A high school diploma is achieved through mastering state academic standards, passing required tests and courses and earning credits. In this training, we will explain the different requirements for the Regents and Local Diploma. We will also discuss how students can use their strengths to achieve a diploma through multiple pathways. We will explore the importance of career readiness skills and the credentials available. This training is sure to help you navigate which options are the best for your child.

In collaboration with RSE-TASC.

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