Cognitive, Executive, Emotional, and Behavioral Interventions for students. Designing interventions that work!

Presenter: Dr. Sarah Allen View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Designing interventions in a classroom can be tricky. A whole-child centered approach is needed to improve children’s functioning, build skills, and develop strategies to promote learning and independence. This lecture will review the essential

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STOP: An Anti-Bullying Guide for Families, Schools, and Others Working with Children

Presenter: Graham Hartke, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Bullying is a serious and far too pervasive problem that may lead to long lasting problems for children, adolescents and adults. Effective intervention and prevention of bullying is essential to protect our kids, quickly

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The Relationship Between TS and Autism

Presenter: Roger Kurlan, MD View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Dr. Kurlan received his BA from the University of Rochester, and MD from Washington University, St. Louis. Dr. Kurlan is internationally recognized for his expertise in the clinical care and research of neurological movement

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How Anxiety and Repetitive Behaviors Interact to Complicate Your Child’s Life

View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar  Individuals with anxiety and related repetitive behaviors often qualify for more than one such diagnosis, or they may present with a singular set of symptoms that does not clearly fall into any one diagnostic category (e.g., Tourettic OCD,

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Usually Messy and Always Late: Understanding Executive Functioning and Organizational Skills Challenges for Students with ADHD

View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar    Presenter: Lisa Ahern, PhD, NCSP Late homework, missing materials, procrastination, and daydreaming are the frustrating hallmarks of executive functioning weaknesses for many students. They may also struggle with stopping and thinking before acting, being flexible when things

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Learning Systems – How to Improve, Build, and Develop Compensatory Strategies

View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar  Presenter: Dr. Sarah Levin Allen, PhD, CBIS Dr. Allen reviewed the essential systems for learning including those related to the cognitive, executive, emotional, and behavioral aspects of functioning in a classroom. She made recommendations for how to improve children’s

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The TS Puzzle: How Do the Pieces Fit Together?

View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar  Presenter: Dr. Martin Franklin This webinar will present the underlying neurology, development and treatment for TS along with strategies for the management of its typical co-occurring disorders anxiety, OCD and ADHD. Dr. Martin Franklin is an Associate Professor

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What a Difference a School Nurse Can Make! A Tourette Syndrome Guide for School Nurses

Presenter: Graham Hartke, Psy.D. View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar  School Nurses play an essential and invaluable role in the lives of children with and their families. Serving as onsite medical practitioners, counselors, and mediators between school personnel, health professionals and families, school nurses

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Grief and Loss: Handling Expectations

Presenter: Jesse Bassett, MDiv View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar  Grief is a topic most would like to avoid, as it often makes us feel uncomfortable and we find ourselves feeling awkward while trying to say and do the right things for our co-workers

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Parent Power: 5 Parenting Strategies to Improve Life at Home

Presenter: Justin R. Misurell, PhD View the webinar’s corresponding slides here        Download the Webinar Parents often struggle to manage their children’s difficult behaviors. Disobedience, back-talking, temper tantrums, fighting with siblings and refusing to go to school are common problems that can lead to frustration, aggravation and feelings of

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