10 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Experience In School

Course Abstract:

This webinar focused on using real-life scenarios and practical ideas that parents could implement to navigate the legal and social struggles facing a child with apraxia.  Ten ideas were presented that could improve a child’s experience in school.

 

Presented By: Katie Bindrup, Esq.

This course is offered for 0.15 ASHA CEU’s (Introductory level, Professional area)

Learning Objectives

  • Identify 10 ideas that could be implemented to improve a child’s experience in a school setting.
  • Describe the basic legal difficulties that a child with CAS faces.
  • Describe social struggles that a child with CAS faces and ideas on how to respond.

Timed Agenda

Minutes 1-5:       Introduction
Minutes 6-14:    Things to do at home to help your child have a good start
Minutes 15-23:  Preparing your child’s teacher prior to the start of school.
Minutes 24-32:  Helping your child introduce himself/herself to others.
Minutes 33-41:   Working with Administration
Minutes 42-50:   Supporting school-directed therapy
Minutes 51-59:    Approaching the school district
Minutes 60-68:   How to know when to speak up
Minutes 69-75:    Celebrating successes
Minutes 76-77:    Conflict resolution
Minutes 78-86:   Hope for the future
Minutes 87-90:   Closing

Course Abstract:

This webinar focused on using real-life scenarios and practical ideas that parents could implement to navigate the legal and social struggles facing a child with apraxia.  Ten ideas were presented that could improve a child’s experience in school.

 

Presented By: Katie Bindrup, Esq.

This course is offered for 0.15 ASHA CEU’s (Introductory level, Professional area)

Learning Objectives

  • Identify 10 ideas that could be implemented to improve a child’s experience in a school setting.
  • Describe the basic legal difficulties that a child with CAS faces.
  • Describe social struggles that a child with CAS faces and ideas on how to respond.

Timed Agenda

Minutes 1-5:       Introduction
Minutes 6-14:    Things to do at home to help your child have a good start
Minutes 15-23:  Preparing your child’s teacher prior to the start of school.
Minutes 24-32:  Helping your child introduce himself/herself to others.
Minutes 33-41:   Working with Administration
Minutes 42-50:   Supporting school-directed therapy
Minutes 51-59:    Approaching the school district
Minutes 60-68:   How to know when to speak up
Minutes 69-75:    Celebrating successes
Minutes 76-77:    Conflict resolution
Minutes 78-86:   Hope for the future
Minutes 87-90:   Closing



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