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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Webinar: Transition in Action! Inspiring Vision Statements, Measurable Goals, and Dynamic Action Plans

From AANE
The Asperger/Autism Network



October 30, 2014

Even when you know what the law mandates about transition services --how do you bridge the gap between theory and practice? This webinar offers examples of how parents can work effectively with educators so that students will be well-prepared to take on the challenges of life after high school.

Facilitators

Jennie DunKley is a 15-year veteran special education consultant and advocate. She is a senior trainer for the Federation for Children with Special Needs (FCSN). She received SPED Advocate training though FCSN, Wrightslaw, OSEP/COPAA's SEAT with a practicum at the Massachusetts Disability Law Center, the ISEA Clinic at William & Mary Law School and at Suffolk Law School's Advanced Legal Studies.

A SPaN Board member, she is founder and chair of SPaN's Special Education School Fair as well as the "Same Side of the Table" forum. Jennie is a SpedEx Advisory Committee member and is the past Chairperson of the Massachusetts Special Education Advisory Council. She is a parent of a child with Asperger's Syndrome, Nonverbal Learning Disorder and Central Auditory Processing Disorder.

Marilyn Weber is a transition advocate with more than 15 years' experience working with youth between the ages of 14 and 22. She received her advocacy training through the FCSN, Wrightslaw & OSEP/COPAA's SEAT program with a practicum at FCSN. She was the Partnership Director for DRYVE, a youth career center funded by the Workforce Initiative Act.

Marilyn is a member of Mass Advocates for Children Transition Coordinator Subcommittee, which recently helped to pass "An Act Relative to Students with Disabilities in Post-Secondary Education, Employment and Independent Living." She is the proud mother of a young adult with autism.

When: 7:00 - 8:30pm Monday, November 17, 2014

Fee:    $40 per registered email

Register Here!

Payment Options: credit card through Paypal (you do not need a Paypal account to use your credit card) or Paypal (use the email address associated with your Paypal account).

Webinar Registration
  • Advance registration with payment is required for all webinars 24 hours before the webinar start time;
  • AANE reserves the right to cancel a webinar if the minimum enrollment is not met by the registration deadline;
  • If AANE cancels a webinar due to weather or a public emergency, and the webinar will not be rescheduled, registrants may sign up for an alternate date if available;
  • You will receive a refund if you are unable to make up a webinar canceled by AANE.
Fees
  • Webinar fees must be paid at the time of registration; reservations cannot be made without total payment;
  • No prorated/reduced fees if you cannot attend a full webinar;
  • If you register for a webinar and are a no-show, there are no refunds or credits given to attend another webinar;
  • We will make every attempt to forward you materials and a link to a recording, if available;
  • If you are an AANE member and would like a second family member to attend, contact ilia.walsh@aane.org.
Access

To access this training you will need:
  • A desktop or laptop with Internet access (tablets and smartphones might not support this technology);
  • Speakers or headphones that are attached to the computer or a telephone;
  • Participants can also access this training without a computer by using a telephone, which will give you access to the AUDIO ONLY;
  • Log in 15 minutes before the scheduled time;
  • Registration for this class is ONLINE ONLY. Once you have completed the registration process, a confirmation email will be sent with instructions on how to access your online class.
If you need to cancel your registration prior to the event, please contact ilia.walsh@aane.org to ensure proper cancellation.

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