Free Telephone Workshop on Other Health Impairment (OHI) February 22, 2012.
Just a few more days to register for this important and timely workshop. Please share with any and all who might benefit from this workshop...
SAVE THE DATE: IMPORTANT UPCOMING FREE WORKSHOP SPONSORED BY WI FACETS:
OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRED (OHI) AND THE SPECIAL EDUCATION PROCESS
DATE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2012
TIME: 12-1 PM
WORKSHOP FORMAT: FREE TELEPHONE ACCESS FROM HOME OR WORK
GUEST PRESENTER: THERESE DARY, DPI CONSULTANT FOR OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRMENT (OHI) AND EMOTHIONAL BEHAVIORAL DISABILITIES
This interactive discussion will cover such questions as: What role does a medical diagnosis play in eligibility? How is a student evaluated for a disability under OHI? What can parents do to help? Join this telephone workshop to learn more about your role as a parent in partnering with the school to ensure that your childâ€™s needs are met.
TO REGISTER: Contact Sandra McFarland at WI FACETS - (877) 374-0511 or smcfarland@wifacets .org or register on-line at www.wifacets. org. Sandra will mail to you all workshop materials and provide you with the toll-free number to call in for the workshop.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND PLAN TO BE A PART OF THIS INFORMATIONAL AND TIMELY WORKSHOP!
Teri Dary currently serves as the Emotional Behavioral Disabilities Consultant at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Co-Chair of the National Coalition for Academic Service-Learning (NCASL), and is a Partner in Cascade Educational Consultants. An educator for the past 28 years, Teri has taught in both EEN and regular classrooms in grades K-6. She provides training, support, and resources to K-12 school districts and teacher education institutions on high quality instructional practices within the context of effective school climate. As co-chair of NCASL, Teri leads collaborative efforts to advance academic service-learning in the school setting among state-level service-learning experts. She also provides consultative services in training and technical assistance, program development, and resources on service-learning and high quality instruction practices for a number of national programs, including Special Olympics and Americaâ€™s Promise Alliance.