What We Offer

These workshops provide training at your convenience on a variety of topics in education, special education, health care, mental health, youth self-advocacy, and more.

Workshop: Literacy Strategies for Families

Families play a crucial role in their child(ren)'s reading development and support reading success in many ways: by spending time together reading, making quality reading materials available at home, and working with their child(ren)'s teacher. This workshop helps...

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Workshop: Essential Components of the IEP

This workshop provides participants with a review of the essential components of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). After this workshop, participants will better understand the IEP document and the parent’s role in the development of an IEP. How to address IEP...

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Workshop: Bullying Prevention Strategies

Bullying is a harmful action towards another student or any act that infringes on a student's rights at school. It is important to know ways to prevent and respond to bullying in school. This presentation discusses what schools are required to do under the law...

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Workshop: Basic Rights in Special Education

This presentation provides families with an introduction to their rights and responsibilities as parents of children with special needs under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the New Jersey Code, and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation...

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Serving on Groups: Webinar Series & Resources

Joining decision-making groups is an important way for parents to have a voice and improve the lives of children and families. This webinar series prepares and empowers users to successfully serve on groups and teacher parents to:Recognize their personal...

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Other Available Webinar Offerings

Contact us for information about receiving one of these trainings

  • Developing an IEP with Measurable Goals
  • NJ Resources for Families
  • Paperwork for Families: Get Organized!
  • Problems at School? A 504 Plan May Help
  • Understanding Learning Differences: Using Multiple Intelligences to Help Children Learn