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Attention!!!

State of Special Education Powerpoint Available now!

State of Sp Ed presentation 4.18.18 Final

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Attention: Please see our page  “Goals and Objectives” for an update!!

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SEPTA Speaker Series 2019 – 20

SEPTEMBER 30

Resource Fair| Meet and Greet  6:30 – 8:30pm

Ruth Braman room, Penfield Library       ***Note Location Change****   

Come on out for our first SEPTA meeting of the school year. Learn more about SEPTA and about agencies right here in our community that can provide supports and services to your child(ren).   SEPTA is comprised of parents, PCSD staff and administrators.

Talk to agency representatives from these local agencies:

AbilitYoga,  Adaptive Rec Services,  ARC of Monroe,  AutismUP,  Best Buddies,  Camp Puzzle Peace/Family Autism,  Cobblestone Arts Center,  Eastside YMCA,  Heritage Christian,  iCircle,    MATT,  Music Ed Center,  Pace Family Chiropractic,  OPWDD,  Parent to Parent,  Person Centered Services,  Physio Logics Wellness,  Roch Accessible Adventures,  Roch Special Hockey (Ice Cats),  Spectrum Creative Arts,  SportsNet/CP Rochester,  Spotted Rabbit Studios,    Starbridge ,  Tutor Doctor

OCTOBER 16

What can inclusion look like at Home, as School and in the Community?                         Baytrail Library 7:00pm

Presented by:   Valerie Smith, M.S.; Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities; Community Consultation Program Manager

This presentation will cover effective strategies for including children with disabilities in the school, home, and community settings, with a focus on recreational and leisure settings. Strategies discussed will include understanding behavior, using visual supports and sensory supports, and social inclusion, as well as strategies for advocating for inclusion. In addition, the presentation will include resources and organizations that are available in the Greater Rochester community.

 

 NOVEMBER 20

Executive Function

DECEMBER 7 

BOOK FAIR | Barnes and Nobles , Webster

JANUARY 14

INTELLIGENT LIVES!  Screening and discussion PHS auditorium 

FEBRUARY 11

Building Resiliency in Our Children

MARCH 18

Using Music and Movement to Enhance Communication

APRIL 15

Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia 

MAY 13

 

the State of Special Education

JUNE 11

SEPTA Social, Location TDB

 

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