We are looking forward to working with parents and our new SEPTA membership this year to find fun and creative ways to engage our parents and students virtually (and we hope eventually in person). We will share programs and ideas throughout the year!
Knowledge and Tools for Creating an Effective and Successful Caregiver Relationship
Tips from the Special Needs Caregiver Course
A special presentation at the October SEPTA meeting (October 28, 2020)
Rehab Associates team will share topline tips on what and how to prepare a new caregiver to work with special needs children. Insights and best practices from their Special Needs Caregiver Training. See templates and handouts
Strategies for success:
Presentation: To come
Laurie Markus, Kristin Berry, and Mary Waghorne of Advocacy for Kids, present The Nuts & Bolts of Your Child’s IEP (plus an introduction to the new Learning Model IEP Implementation Plan). This presentation will focus on navigating your child's IEP and identifying all the important elements to maximize your understanding of their rights. This will be a general presentation on IEP language and structure, and include explanations of new and latest guidance on implementation in the time of Covid.
Link to presentation below:
Helpful links for review before and after the session:
Join certified yoga instructor, Jackie Bakhash, for a seaside hour of self-indulgence in a casual, welcoming, non-competitive setting … no experience necessary.
When: Tuesdays, September 22, Oct 6, 13, 20 @6pm
Where: Jennings beach (J2)
Cost: $25 (come for one or come for all 4!).
Click: Register at MembershipToolkit
You must be a member to participate (and complete purchase). Children/students aged 14 years and above are welcome. You must bring your own mat and equipment and wear a mask on arrival.
SEPTA Cooking Series
SEPTA Halloween Hijinks
SEPTA Goes Bowling
SETPA Goes Ice Skating
SEPTA Dance party
Let’s Talk: Family Communication Workshop for Special Needs Families