Law Enforcement And The Community With Special Needs
Law Enforcement from both Concord PD and Oakley PD providing information on how the police departments interact with families and students with special needs! Watch Video
This presentation reviews trauma-informed strategies for parents to use who have children who’ve experienced trauma or stressful situations.
This presentation reviews strategies for de-escalating situations, setting appropriate limits, and debriefing after incidents of concern.
Strategies to use with children of all ages that will encourage someone to be more compliant and follow directions.
Fact: Self Care Leads To Family Care
This presentation provides adults with information and suggestions for implementing self-care, so that our children can also learn to engage in self-care. Watch Video
Using 5-Point Scales and Visuals to Learn Coping Strategies.
An overview of an escalation cycle and tools that can support people in learning coping skills, calming strategies, and how to debrief after an incident. Watch Video
Supporting Caregivers With Differentiated Async Packets
Information for caregivers on how to use Asynchronous Learning Packets to support diverse learning needs.
(The packets referenced in this training are available on our SEL Google Website!) Watch Video
Fape, Lre, And Ouesd Service-specific Supports
This presentation focuses on defining Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) as it relates to special education and our service-specific programs and supports. An overview of the STUDENT-NEEDS RUBRIC tool is
also discussed. Intended Audience: Families with children with disabilities. Watch Video