Past Presentations

Past Presentations

Basic Rights –

An IEP for My Child –

Turning Three Essentials –

Social Security Disability Presentation SSDI_SSI_Appendix 

For families of children transitioning into Middle School in 2017 Transition to Middle school 2016 presentation

For families of children transitioning into High School in 2017 Curriculum Night Sped Presentation for HS

Special Ed Department presentation to the School Committee. School Committee Presentation 2015

Family Pizza Dinner and Safety Night with the Framingham Police Department sponsored by the Framingham Police Association presented by Officer Sean Riley Cyber Safety

Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career (PARCC) and Test Accommodations presented by Dr Wai, Director of Curriculum and Professional Development and Ildefonso Arellano, Assistant Director of Special Education PARCC and Accommodations presentation 2014 and PARCC Minutes of Meeting

Additional Minutes taken for TWPTO of the PARCC Meeting

Additional Information for Students on a 504 or IEP

PARCC Accessibility Accommodations

PARCC Accommodations Manual Third Edition

Online Resources

The Advantages of Dyslexia (and Why E-readers Help) presented by Dr. Matthew H Schneps and sent us some websites and additional resources:

Inclusion Transformation From Co-Taught to Grade Level Inclusion

Sped Summary 2013

Identifying Early Struggling Readers

Sensory-Motor Preference checklist Sensory Strategies for Kids

Speech and Language Presentation – Dr. Laura Becker Handout SLPTouch Cues to Help with Articulation

other local events

New England Center for Children (Autism) Parent Workshops

Asperger’s Association of New England (AANE)

Parent Workshops

Massachusetts Families Organizing for Change

Institute on DIsability/UCED

A University Center for Excellence on Disability at the University of New Hampshire

Hosts workshops and free webinars on various topics

Free seminars from Therapro for Parents and Teachers

Melmark New England

is sponsoring a host Family Training and Autism Speaks Parent Training.

Federation for Children with Special Needs Workshops

MGH Psychiatry – Patient and Family Reource Center

NOTE:  F-SEPAC is providing the information above for educational purposes as a public service.  References to any treatment, program, or professional are not endorsements.