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PresenceLearning Launches New Winter-Spring 2017 Webinar Series Focused on Big Ideas for Transformation in Special Education

New series lifts off Tuesday, February 14, 2017 with scholar, author, and speaker Dr. Lori Desautels providing insights about educational neuroscience and its application to students with special needs SAN FRANCISCO, January 5, 2017 – PresenceLearning, creator of the leading network of teletherapy providers in education, is launching a free, three-part webinar series for special

Q&A With Dr. Barry Prizant

Our October webinar “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success” with Barry Prizant had one of our liveliest Q&As to date. And it’s no wonder, with 1700 special educators who registered! We received many requests to post Barry’s answers, and are happy to oblige. Click the questions below to jump to Dr. Prizant’s answers:

Reaching Consensus With Parents on Diagnosis

This post is the eighth and final in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from

Stepping Down From Services

This post is the seventh in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from Dr. Prizant.

Compromising and Negotiating With Parents

This post is the sixth in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from Dr. Prizant.

Collaborating With Families of Diverse Backgrounds

This post is the fifth in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from Dr. Prizant.

Motivating Parents to Get Involved

This post is the fourth in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from Dr. Prizant.

Family Engagement Strategies for Families with Typically Developing Children and Those With Special Needs

This post is the third in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from Dr. Prizant.

Creating Continuity After Early Intervention

This post is the second in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from Dr. Prizant.

Managing Family Collaboration When You Have Time Constraints

This post is first in a series based on a transcript from a recent Q&A with Dr. Barry Prizant as part of his webinar, “Family Collaboration: An Essential Element for SPED Success.” Questions came directly from audience participants — special education directors, special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents, and answers are from Dr. Prizant. Click