For Paraeducators: Helping Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities Build Skills for Independence (Pre-school through 8th Grade)

For Paraeducators: Helping Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities Build Skills for Independence (Pre-school through 8th Grade)

Sep 19, 2017

The training aims to:

  • Review characteristics and learning styles of many students with moderate to severe disabilities
  • Describe educational strategies and tools to address behavior, communication, and social interactions
  • Show video clips to illustrate intervention strategies

Participants will:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the needs of students with moderate to severe disabilities
  • Learn strategies to prevent and/or reduce problem behavior
  • Understand the importance of providing meaningful, age-appropriate activities and tasks
  • Learn ways to help students become as independent as possible
  • Learn strategies to help students with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities reach their full potential
Title For Paraeducators: Helping Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities Build Skills for Independence (Pre-school through 8th Grade)
Date(s) Sep 19, 2017
Time 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Audience Paraeducators who support students with moderate to severe disabilities in pre-school through 8th grade
Facilitator(s) Shannon Johns
Partners Diagnostic Center North
Included Light breakfast and materials/handouts (If you have strict dietary restrictions, please plan to bring your own breakfast.)
Price $ 15.00 per individual

POs or checks should be made payable to:  "County School Service Fund" and mailed to (or sent via pony for San Mateo County districts):  

San Mateo County Office of Education
SELPA
101 Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065

POs may be scanned to:  etopacio@smcoe.org
Location San Mateo County Office of Education
101 Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065
Map | Driving Directions
Note: Pine & Oak (Please check training/events screens for the correct room assignments as this may change.)


Persons with disabilities who require auxillary aids or services will be provided such aids with a three-day notice.  For further information, please contact Margie Gustafson at 650-802-5602, TDD 650-802-5480.

Maps and directions provided by Google® Maps. Please verify map and driving directions for accuracy prior to attending event.
Contact Manny Topacio
etopacio@smcoe.org
P: (650) 802-5462
Sponsor SELPA (San Mateo COE)

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