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Event Series Behavior Escalation & Scripts

Behavior Escalation & Scripts


This event is co-sponsored by START and the MiMTSS Technical Assistance Center. Educators understand that a consistent, predictable, and positive environment sets students up for success and prevents many behavioral challenges. But what happens when it doesn’t? This two-part series will cover the cycle of behavioral escalation, including the course it takes, the behaviors that

Transition: What You Need to Know


This online workshop will teach participants how the IEP transition plan can be used along with community resources to plan a smooth transition from school to adulthood. -Understand the legal requirements of IEP's regarding transition planning and why it's important. -Understand the different parts of your student's transition plan. -Learn about options for life after

Level Up Your Peer to Peer Program

Crowne Plaza Lansing West 925 S Creyts Rd, Lansing, MI, United States

Date: October 3, 2023 Time: 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Location: Crowne Center Lansing Address: 925 S Creyts Rd, Lansing, MI 48917 Topic Focus: Peer to Peer Fee: $25 Description: This one-day training is intended for leaders of established Peer to Peer (P2P) “LINK” programs seeking to take P2P to the next level. During the training,  participants will learn new training content, engage in opportunities for

Project Lifesaver


Does your child/children or young adults with Autism and other developmental disabilities wander, elope or get lost? Come to this workshop to find out about Project Lifesaver, a nationwide program designed to help children or young adults with Autism and other developmental disabilities who may wander, elope or get lost. Project Lifesaver uses radio frequency

How to Communicate with the Most Challenging Personalities


True family and school collaboration is what we all strive to accomplish, but sometimes personalities and disagreements over how best to educate children create roadblocks to our success. · How do you rebuild a trusting relationship when that trust has been broken? · What are the most common barriers to collaboration? · What is our

Applied Behavior Analysis: Explained (Finally!)

Join our Board Certified and State Licensed Behavior Analyst for an in depth exploration into autism's most recommended (and controversial) therapies. Participants will learn everything from the basic science of applied behavior analysis, what ABA is and is not, how ABA can be presented, behavioral function, data driven decision making, shaping behavior using reinforcement, behavioral


Virtual Parent Member Training


This four-hour parent member certification is for parents/families with children with IEPs. This training is open to anyone interested in learning about the special education process, or even as a refresher course on CPSE/CSE! This workshop (through Zoom), will provide an overview and best practices approach to the CPSE/CSE process. It will​ educate parents and Parent

Webinar: How, When & Why to Disclose Your Disability to an Employer


In this webinar we will talk about how, when, and why to talk to an employer about your disability. We will also review protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and employment resources to help you as you consider completing disclosure. This event is being offered online at the following times: Wednesday, October 11th,

Using the CETA to Promote Evidence-Based Classroom Practices


Thank you for your interest in the Using the CETA to Promote Evidence-Based Classroom Practices Training Series. Teams are required to submit an application to attend (with administrator approval). Upon application approval, teams will register to attend the Training Series.  Title: Using the CETA to Promote Evidence-Based Classroom Practices Presented by: START Project staff Training Series: 5 half-day sessions

Event Series TAG Team

TAG Team

Disability Network - Community Bldg Kalamazoo 517 E. Crosstown Parkway, Kalamazoo, MI, United States

Transportation Advocacy Group (TAG Team) monitors the day-to-day service of public transit to ensure it complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn advocacy and leadership skills while making a real difference in Kalamazoo County. No experience needed! TAG Team meets on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month at 11:00 a.m. –

Due Process Complaint and Hearing


Due process is a formal way to resolve disputes with a school about your child’s education. In a due process hearing there is an impartial hearing officer, a hearing, evidence, and witnesses. This free, online workshop will explain when and why a parent may want to file a due process complaint/request a due process hearing