Webinar - Live - Education Series: Navigating Special Education
Are you a parent or caregiver seeking guidance on navigating the realm of special education within the school system? Autism Ontario invites you to join our panel discussion where experts will shed light on the crucial aspects of communication, relationship building, and your child’s education rights.
During this webinar, our panelists will provide you with valuable insights and practical tips to effectively navigate special education, especially if your child is just entering school or has recently been diagnosed. We aim to empower parents and caregivers who are new to this journey by equipping them with the knowledge and tools necessary to advocate for their child's educational needs.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Discover how to access key information and resources relevant to your child's special education journey.
- Learn practical tips and tools to navigate the special education system, ensuring your child receives the support they need.
- Understand the significance of developing a strong relationship with your school team, fostering a collaborative approach to supporting your child's academic and personal growth.
Join us for this informative panel discussion to gain valuable insights to confidently navigate the special education landscape and build a strong foundation for your child's educational journey. Together, let's create a supportive educational environment for every child.
This webinar is designed for parents and caregivers who are new to navigating special education. However, all individuals interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the topic are welcome to attend.
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Disclaimer: Opinions reflected in this webinar are those of the speaker(s) and presenter(s), and do not necessarily reflect Autism Ontario’s views. Please note Autism Ontario does not endorse any specific therapy, product, treatment, strategy, opinions, service, or individual. We do, however, endorse your right to information. Autism Ontario strongly believes that it is important to do your own research and make your own informed decisions.