Video & Webinar Archive

This archive contains recordings of training series on a variety of relevant topics for families of children with disabilities. Topics range from Early Intervention to Transition to Adulthood, with videos covering rights and the law, how to start and run parent leadership groups, trainings for professionals, and information about what SPAN does to help NJ families and children.

Frequently Asked Questions: Special Education

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Special Education: You Have Questions, We Have Answers

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Early Intervention for Infants & Toddlers, Birth to 3

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Transition Webinars from the REACH Project

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Train the Trainer Webinars from the REACH Project

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Serving on Groups

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Inclusive Child Care

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Parents as Partners for Healthy Schools


 

START-EPSD Inclusion Webinars


 

Voices from the Field: Diana Autin

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Engaging Families in Response to Intervention (RTI)

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Perkins and the Ohio Center for Deafblind Education present: Advocating for Your Child’s Needs: What Do You Need to Know? with Diana Autin, Esq., the Executive Co-Director of the SPAN Parent Advocacy Network, New Jersey’s Parent Training and Information Center.

In this webcast, Diana presents the companion guides that were developed by NJ SPAN based on the Deafblindness: Educational Service Guidelines. These companion guides include fact sheets, mini-guides, and an IEP Meeting Checklist. These materials provide a framework to support the development of meaningful, appropriate programming for students with deafblindness.

The webcast chapters are:

  1. Introduction
  2. Evaluation: Classification and Access to Appropriate Resources
  3. Preparing for the Individual Education Program Meeting
  4. Social and Emotional Development and the IEP
  5. The Importance of Early Planning for Transition

Advocating for Your Child’s Needs

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ABOUT SPAN

 

Learn About SPAN


 

25th Anniversary Celebration


 

SPAN and Disability Rights New Jersey