Join The Arc of Oklahoma for a Special Education Webinar Series in October
There is no denying that COVID-19 has been particularly disruptive to children with special needs. It’s important for parents to understand that schools must still provide their children with special education even during the pandemic. With the fall semester in full swing, The Arc of Oklahoma is offering a free webinar series on a variety of special education topics. For more information about registration for the webinar series, sign up for The Arc of Oklahoma’s newsletter at https://bit.ly/2H46gGh, follow their Facebook page at @TARC.Tulsa or simply click on the registration links below.
Tuesday, October 6th at Noon
Join The Arc of Oklahoma to learn what to expect during the school evaluation process to determine if your child is eligible for special education services. We will explore and explain each step of the evaluation process from beginning to end.
Tuesday, October 13th at Noon
Behavior in Special Education
Join The Arc of Oklahoma to learn about the appropriate steps to address your child’s behavior issues in special education. We will explore the functional behavioral assessment, positive behavior intervention plan and keeping your child in school.
Tuesday, October 20th at Noon
Join The Arc of Oklahoma to understand more about assistive technology for learning in the special education classroom. We’ll explore the basics to assistive technology tools and how to find the right tools to help your child in different subject areas.
Tuesday, October 27th at Noon
Join The Arc of Oklahoma to learn more about the transition services each special education student is entitled to receive. We will explore the services available to help students transition to the full range of post-school activities, including post-secondary education, vocational training, employment, adult services, independent living and community participation.
TARC is now The Arc of Oklahoma, a state chapter of The Arc of the United States, the largest national community-based organization advocating for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD.) The nonprofit will officially drop the TARC co-brand on Nov. 1st. At that time the social media page names will change too.