At Adapt Community Network’s next free webinar “Sensory Smart Strategies for Real-Life Challenges” Tuesday, March 21st from 10 am –11:30 am Lindsey Biel noted occupational therapist and author will answer questions and teach strategies to deal with sensory challenges that impact how students function at home, in school or in the community. Spanish and Mandarin translation will be provided. The flyer in English, Spanish and Chinese is attached. Registration is required
To register please click on https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_G1D_iJ_LQoCSy81UHOK9wA to attend this workshop. You will receive confirmation informing you that registration is complete. If there is an issue with the link, please copy and paste it into your browser or email email@example.com or call (718) 436-7979 Ext. 704.
Our next Zoom discussion group meets on Tuesday, March 28, at 7:00 pm.
To register, visit https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqc–ppzkiGdLNb3pg51CS4TfR1hFcibfp
From High School to Adulthood
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 29, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
John Clausson, Wildwood School
John Clausson is the Young Adult Program Coordinator at Wildwood School, where he supervises the Transition Readiness Department. With a deep commitment to supporting students with disabilities, John has dedicated his career to facilitating the transition process. He brings extensive experience from his work in OPWDD day services and the school environment as a social worker. Through these experiences, John has gained a nuanced understanding of the challenges students with different abilities face in transitioning after school and has developed effective strategies for preparing them for post-secondary success.
Sheri Gaylord, Wildwood Programs
Sheri Gaylord joined Wildwood Programs in 2014 as an Educational Resource Specialist working with families and community partners, helping them to understand the special education process, the educational rights of students, and how to foster collaborative working relationships with school teams. In her current role as the School Age Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Center Director, Sheri’s work with parents, families, school districts, and community partners focuses on promoting meaningful change within the educational system, building collaborative and meaningful family-school-community relationships, and improving outcomes for students with disabilities. Sheri has spent the last 21 years navigating disability-related systems and advocating for her children, ensuring they received appropriate services.
Need additional information or any accommodations? Contact Helen Hellmuth at DRNY.
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