Workshops & Clinics
Special Guest: New Jersey Senator Troy Singleton
Audience: Medical and Mental Health Professionals, Education Professionals, Families and Undergrad and Graduate Students.
Join us as psychiatrist Dr. Anthony Rostain and neurologists Dr. Lawrence Brown and Dr. Michael Rubinstein from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania and the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia provide the latest information on childhood and adolescent mental health disorders and discuss appropriate treatment plans.
You’re invited to a Symposium:
Health and Health Care Disparities For Persons With Disability
Lisa I. Iezzoni, MD, MSc
Please join us for an hors d’oeuvre reception at 4:30 p.m., followed by the keynote address at 5:30 p.m.
by March 25, 2019 to
Center for Autism and Related Disorders at Kennedy Krieger Institute STAR TRAININGS (Sharing Treatment and Autism Resources)
This presentation is for parents who have teens with ASD who are planning for a transition from school to college, employment, and/or community. Transition planning can be confusing and here is an opportunity to learn about the process. Resources will be shared.
Center for Autism and Related Disorders at Kennedy Krieger Institute
STAR Sharing Treatment and Autism Resources
The purpose of this presentation is to provide information to families and professionals about the Life Skills Program at CARD, a short-term treatment program that focuses on increasing youth's independence within functional everyday activities as well as underlying sensory motor components that might impact self-care performance.
Sharing Treatment and Autism Resources
An individualized education program (IEP) is a document developed for children who need special education. This presentation will review the special education process and what the parts of the IEP mean. The important role of parents when developing the IEP will be discussed.
Workshop Descrption: The presenter will provide an overview of federal and state law and regulations, guidance from the federal government, and policies about bullying, harassment, and intimidation. The presenter will discuss how to address the issue in home, school, and the community, as well as provide tips for service providers and families.
Workshop Descrption: The presenter will provide an overview of school discipline in Maryland, including the laws governing school discipline. The presenters will discuss the types of suspensions and expulsions and the process to appeal a suspension or expulsion. The presenters will provide information about additional protections for students with disabilities and recent Maryland legislation related to school discipline.
Workshop Description: The presenter will provide an overview of special education law and additional protections provided to students under Maryland law. The presenter will also provide an overview of Maryland State Department of Education guidance and technical assistance bulletins and share online special education law resources.