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$250 per connection until January 13

$270 per connection from January 14 - 20

Additional Site:

$115 per connection Now to January 19

As a result of the ongoing pandemic and the current education environment, students who have experienced trauma — but also those who have not — may exhibit anxiety, grief, hopelessness and depression. It's more important than ever that educators know how to recognize and respond appropriately to all students' needs.

Join this timely webinar for an in-depth exploration of using a trauma-informed approach to meet the social, emotional and mental health needs of students with disabilities and create a trauma-informed school environment. You'll learn how to place strategic focus on measuring and improving students' social emotional learning — the skills, behaviors and mindsets that are critical to student success in both school and life.

Plus, you'll discover the strategies, supports and tools that work best to support the needs of students affected by trauma and the COVID-19 pandemic, so school and district staff are equipped to:

  • Adopt a trauma lens to understand and respond to student behaviors
  • Guide students in building social-emotional skills to navigate stressors, anxieties and challenges
  • Implement the 5 components essential to providing a safe emotional space for students
  • Create healthy relationships with students and promote wellness through trauma-informed care
  • And more!

Main Site (required for Additional Site registrations):

$250 per connection until February 9

$270 per connection from February 9 - 16

Additional Site:

$115 per connection Now to February 15

With the COVID-19 pandemic, schools are encountering an increase in requests for compensatory transition services, disputes over a student’s readiness to receive a regular high school diploma, and difficulties in implementing transition plans during virtual or hybrid instruction — and that's in addition to the day-to-day transition issues you routinely face.

This webinar will tackle both aspects of the transition planning challenge. You'll start by getting a review of the IDEA’s procedural requirements pertaining to postsecondary transition planning generally and get practical ideas for addressing specific concerns, such as stay-put during disputes over graduation. Then you'll learn about current guidance on issues created by the pandemic, from addressing disruptions in postsecondary transition services to identifying when students may be entitled to additional years of IDEA services.

You'll walk away with an experienced attorney's insights on legal issues plus practical strategies to:

  • Identify and avoid procedural pitfalls pertaining to appropriate transition planning
  • Address any lack of progress on a student’s postsecondary transition plan
  • Avoid compliance missteps when exiting students from special education due to graduation and/or aging out
  • Provide postsecondary transition services when switching between in-person, hybrid and virtual instruction
  • And more!

Registering by Purchase Order
To register using a Purchase Order, please submit your completed registration form with your official puchase order via fax (561-622-2423) or mail (LRP Publications, 360 Hiatt Drive, Dept. 150F, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418).

Please call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.

Webinar Cancellation Policy
Please notify LRP Publications in writing at conferences@lrp.com as soon as possible if you are unable to attend. Cancellations received more than 3 days prior to the event will receive a refund minus an administrative fee of $25. If you prefer, you may substitute an upcoming webinar of equal or lesser value for the one you originally registered for and we will waive the $25 administrative fee. Cancellations received less than 3 days prior to the event will not be refunded and you will be sent the recorded event on a disc. Unpaid cancellations will be billed for the appropriate fee. LRP reserves the right to alter this program without prior notice. LRP Publications is not responsible for any problems stemming from the registrants' organization's hardware. Recording of webinars is prohibited.

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