Inclusion of people with disabilities and special health care needs is part of a larger picture than simple placement in jobs or classrooms with non-disabled peers. It is being included in all aspects of life and participating using one’s abilities in daily activities as a full member of their schools and communities.
Achieving Inclusion: What Every Parent Should Know When Advocating for Their Child!
In this engaging and practical one-hour webinar, inclusive education experts, Dr. Julie Causton and Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak, take you through five key strategies you can use to advocate for inclusive educational placements for your child. From big ideas like how to explain the educational research and legal preference for inclusion, all the way to specifics like how to write an inclusive Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) goal, Julie and Kristie will share clear and practical ways to help you achieve inclusion for your child. You will all get full access to tons of helpful resources you can download and share with your school team. Together, let’s achieve inclusion for every single student!
Achieving Inclusion: Strategies for Creating Inclusive Classrooms for ALL Students
In this engaging and practical one hour webinar for educators, inclusive education experts, Dr. Julie Causton and Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak, take you through seven key strategies to help you create effective inclusive educational opportunities for all of your students. From understanding the educational research and law supporting inclusion, to learning effective ways to collaborate and co-teach with school professionals. They will also share how to design inclusive lessons, inclusive IEPs goals, and inclusive behavior supports. You will leave this webinar with many helpful downloadable resources all designed to help you achieve inclusion for every single one of your students.
Practical Solutions Series: Inclusion and Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
A new resource from PEAL for families, educators, and service providers, as well as peers, siblings, and communities. The good life is built with good relationships; friendships make our lives meaningful. There is no set formula for friendship development for children with disabilities. However, there are six key elements that appear repeatedly in research related to friendship and children with disabilities. To learn more about each element and what you can do to facilitate friendship development check out the entire toolkit and tip sheets.