Tips For Transitioning Special Needs Learners Back to School
Thursday October 29, 2020
This training is free to all CVA-CASP members and nonmembers!
Limited to the first 100 registrants.
Are you nervous about the upcoming transition from distance learning back to school? Are you looking for some helpful tips and strategies for supporting your students' with their transition back to school? This training will provide practical tips and resources for special education teachers and school psychologists, on how to transition students with special needs back to school. Strategies and resources will be focused on specifically supporting students with Autism, Intellectual Disabilities, and other Developmental Disabilities.
This training will provide tips, evidence-based practices, and resources for school teams on the following topics:
Developing and teaching new routines and daily schedules for the “new normal”.
Tips for creating better sleep routines
Tips for teaching students to social distance and wear masks at school
Behavioral strategies for supporting the transition from home to school
Information about the Presenter:
Valerie De Fehr, M.A., BCBA, is a School Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools, a Positive Environment Network for Trainers (PENT) Cadre Member. She has extensive experience working with children with special needs in the home and school settings and is passionate about the use of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to support parents and children in helping them reach their full potential.