Parents are often confused about the services potentially available to their special needs child. As a parent, how do you know if your child needs or is even eligible for services?
From 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. EST on Wednesday, January 22, the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) will present “Accommodations, Strategies and Techniques for Working with Students with Tourette Syndrome.“
This webinar, to be presented by noted Tourette Syndrome expert Susan Conners, M.Ed., will propose many creative accommodations and strategies for working with children with TS in the classroom and at home. It also will include strategies for accompanying disorders such as OCD, ADHD, Executive Dysfunction. Sensory Issues, Learning Disabilities and Dysgraphia (writing deficits).
Susan Conners, author of “The Tourette Syndrome/OCD Checklist: A Practical Resource for Parents and Educators,” received her bachelor’s degree at Daemon College in Buffalo, N.Y., and her master’s at the University of Buffalo.
An internationally recognized speaker on Tourette Syndrome, Ms. Conners is an authority on educating students with TS and serves as a go-to source for major networks and other media outlets in their coverage of TS. She has presented workshops at more than 1,000 schools and is an education advocate for children with TS for the past 25 years. Ms. Conners is co-writer, producer and director of “A Regular Kid, That’s Me,” an in-service video for educators.
To receive a Professional Development Certificate or a Certificate of Attendance for attending any of NJCTS’ live Wednesday Webinars, there will be a $20 nonrefundable fee to receive the certificate. You will be redirected to a payment screen once you register.
To register for this webinar, please click here.
I just went back and looked this webinar on the njcts website. It was very good. Will there be more webinars on this topic?
Hi Bobbie, thanks for your bevy of comments today! We always appreciate that. To answer your question, NJCTS has Susan Conners do education-related webinars several times a year. Her presentations are among our most popular, so she will definitely be back. To view other presentations that she has done in the past several years, check out our webinar archive here: https://njcts.org/tsparents/free-webinars-related-to-tourette-syndrome-associated-neurological-disorders