Generation Text: Raising Well-Adjusted Kids in an Age Of Instant Everything

Presenter: Michael M. Osit, Ed.D. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Dr. Osit offered parents practical techniques and realistic strategies to help parents raise happy, well adjusted, and well behaved kids. He shared tips and advice on establishing a foundation of limits and expectations.

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Educational Rights Part 2 – Denial of Services and Discipline Issues

Presenter: Susan Conners M.Ed. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Ms. Conners explained the recourse a person has when the school has denied services for a child. She covered what a functional behavior assessment is, what the objective is and gave concrete examples of

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Educational Rights Part 1 – Your Child’s Educational Rights and Options

Presenter: Susan Conners M.Ed. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Ms. Conners spoke about the differences between a 504 and IEP plans, what each offers. She cleared up some issues about who is eligible for services and what those services may be.

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Chronic Illness: Psychological and Educational Impact

Presenter: Michael C. Zarabi, Psy. D. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Dr. Zarabi presents on how chronic illnesses affect many children and adolescents in the United States and how vital it is that school personnel be knowledgeable about them.

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Understanding Eating Disorders and How to Intervene

Presenter: Hue-Sun Ahn, Ph.D. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Dr. Ahn helped us to understand the different types of eating disorders and their diagnostic criteria. She explained some of possible risk factors in eating disorders; social, cultural, racial and biological. Dr. Ahn gave

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Anxiety and the Undergraduate: Common Difficulties Due to Anxiety and How Post-Secondary Educators Can Help

Presenter: Julie L. Ryan Ph.D. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Dr. Ryan presented how anxiety disorders manifest themselves in the post secondary school classroom and gave suggestions of accommodations to the professor/lecturer. She also furnished ideas of treatments that may be suggested to

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Managing Tourette Syndrome in the Classroom

Presenter: Susan Conners M.Ed. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Ms. Conners gave a teacher’s perspective on what can be reasonably be done in a classroom as far as accommodations for Tourette, OCD and ADD. She gave concrete examples of situations that she has

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Sleep and Developmental Disabilities: Lessons for All Children

Presenter: Lawrence W. Brown, MD Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here This talk will reviewed normal sleep and common problems that disrupt sleep or lead to daytime sleepiness in normally developing and children with neurological disorders. Dr. Brown discussed strategies in combating sleep problems

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OCD in Children and Adolescents: Guidelines for Parents and Educators

Presenter: Allen H. Weg, Ed.D. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Dr. Weg discussed the assessment and differential diagnosis of OCD in children and adolescents, then he reviewed cognitive behaviors treatment methods of the disorder including the use of storytelling. Dr. Weg reviewed the

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Emotion Regulation: Strategies for Children and Adolescents Experiencing Irritability and Difficulties Managing Their Emotions

Presenter: Julie Ryan, Ph.D. Download this webinar’s corresponding slides here. Download this webinar by clicking here Dr. Ryan reviewed emotion regulation strategies for children and adolescents. She gave us tools to use in validating the persons feelings without agreeing with their behaviors as well as understanding that feelings can also

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