Dover Family School Alliance
"Working Effectively with Parents in Preschool Special Education and Beyond!"
with a panel of families and professionals presenting from their experiences!
When: Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.
There will be optional time to talk with individual presenters from 5:00-5:30 to apply the knowledge to specific situations, or participants can schedule time with them via phone or in person before the end of June.
Location: McConnell Center, Dover, NH
Description: This interactive, small group workshop will provide participants with important components and examples of how school districts can support parents in preschool special education (and beyond!). From transition from ESS through identification, IEP development, service delivery, and transition to Kindergarten, there are many opportunities for successes in developing partnerships with parents. The panel of presenters from Dover Family School Alliance, Parent Information Center, NH Family Voices and Farmington School District Preschool Program will share their wisdom and advice regarding practices that have built relationships and trust. There will be opportunities to ask questions and learn about resources.
Participants: NH Preschool Special Education staff or Community Childcare personnel. Two people from each agency/program can apply. Others from the agency/program are placed on a wait list for available space.
To register: contact Pam Miller Sallet. Email or fax works best. Only 2 people from each agency/program will be accepted initially. Others will be placed on a waiting list.
Pam Miller Sallet, Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org/ (603) 772-7848 (phone) / 800-641-5614 (fax)
Co-Sponsored with DFSA, NH Family Voices, and Parent Information Center
eein gratefully acknowledges its funders:
Department of Education: Bureau of Special Education; Department of Health and Human Services: Division of Developmental Services and Child Development Bureau; and UNH Early Childhood Special Education Assistive Technology Program
EEIN Early Childhood Mentorship Program www.eeinnh.org / (603) 228-2040 / email@example.com
Group Classes for kids and teens with special needs, their family members and friends!
WINTER YOGA SESSIONS: Jan 5 – March 16, 2015 (No class on Feb. 23).
NESCA (Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents) recently opened an office in Londonderry, NH.
75 Gilcreast Road, Suite 305, Londonderry, NH 03053
Tel. 603-818-8526 | Fax: 603-965-4330
Initially, Pediatric Neuropsychologist Angela Currie, Ph.D. will be offering evaluations and consultation in our new space, supported as necessary by other clinicians and staff from our Newton, MA center. Our intention is to add permanent staff in Londonderry as needs and interests develop. For now, the scheduling of appointments there will be handled by our Newton administrative staff, who can be reached by calling 617-658-9800.
You can learn more about NESCA by visiting our website.
NESCA is a client and family-centered, private pediatric neuropsychology group practice with offices in Newton, Massachusetts and now, Londonderry, New Hampshire. We were established in 2007 by Dr. Ann Helmus, along with a core group of seasoned clinicians. NESCA serves children and their families from throughout the United States and from many other nations.
We assess children and adolescents confronted by developmental, learning or emotional challenges. Employing a range of specialized diagnostic and projective tests, we evaluate:
· Reading problems and academic issues
· Language-based, nonverbal and other learning disabilities
· Autism spectrum disorders
· Executive functioning deficits
· Emotional issues including anxiety
NESCA is well known and widely acknowledged as one of the finest private pediatric neuropsychology practices in New England.
Collectively, our senior staff has decades of experience at the highest levels. Working together with a shared commitment to best practice and a willingness to go well beyond the expected in time and effort, they deliver accurate and insightful assessments of even the most complex cases. Their evaluations generate timely, exceptionally clear and useful written reports, which embody a rich understanding of each child. They have the training, experience, clinical judgment and professional standing to perform thorough and accurate diagnostic evaluations, make persuasive, useful recommendations and monitor their effective implementation.
We also offer expert assistance with educational planning and school selection, transition assessment, planning and support for young adults moving into post-secondary education and beyond, into the workplace, and an array of accommodations for international clients.
Fox Run are hosting a private photo session with Santa on Sunday, December 8th for special needs families!
The Noerr Program, Ability Path & The Mall at Fox Run are hosting a private photo session with Santa on Sunday, December 8th starting at 8:00am exclusively for families of children with special needs.
RSVP today by contacting The Mall at Fox Run at 603-431-5951 or log on to www.caringsanta.com.
Sensory friendly accommodations, coloring activities, treats and no waiting in lines help make this a morning of treasured memories. The entire family is welcome!