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Learning Disabilities Seminar for Parents and Professionals

Learning Disabilities Seminar for Parents and Professionals

The Learning Disabilities Association of Connecticut will be holding a series of seminars on learning disabilities and appropriate educational programming for children with difficulty learning. The seminars will include information about reading disabilities, speech and language impairments, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, educational evaluations (including neuropsychological evaluations), special educational law, the IEP process, due process hearings, and more.

The series begins on September 16, 2010 and will occur on Thursdays from 9:30 to noon at the Learning Disabilities Association of Connecticut (LDA of CT), located in Hartford, CT.

Back to School IEP Clinic

SpEdConnecticut will soon be holding two FREE IEP clinics. The first hour will be a brief overview of the IEP. The second hour will be 1:1 time with a parent advisor to discuss your child’s IEP.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQA) Youth in School

While June was officially Pride Month, the importance of creating safe, supportive and inclusive school environments for all children including LGBTQA students must a year-round effort. Evidence suggests that a school’s failure to provide a safe, supportive and non-discriminatory environment for transgender and gender non-conforming students can result in significant harm to the child.

Welcome Emilee Guerrera!

It is with great pleasure that I announce the addition of Emilee Guerrera to my office. Emilee is an experienced paralegal with a strong educational background. She earned her Certificate in Legal Studies from Naugatuck Valley Community College before transferring to Central Connecticut State University where she is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree.

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