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Bullying: Supports, Strategies & Solutions webinar series

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The New York Regional 1 Parenting Training and Information Center (PTIC) Collaborative is presenting a webinar series for parents of young people with disabilities on bullying.


Thursday, October 26th, 2017: Bullying: How to Identify It and What to do presented by Advocates For Children (AFC)


12-1pm


Description: This training explores how to identify bullying behavior and the educational rights of students who are targeted by or involved in bullying. The training covers how to report bullying, what schools are required to do, and special protections and supports for students with disabilities. Advocacy strategies for families will also be presented.


Friday, November 3rd, 2017: Know Your Rights / Conozca sus Derechos

(for Spanish speaking families) presented by Sinergia

12-1pm

This webinar will discuss the rights of parents according to the law entitled the “Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA.”) An overview of the six principles of the IDEA that describe parent’s rights will be provided.

*Este seminario discutirá los derechos de los padres según la ley intitulada “la ley de Educación de Individuo con Discapacidades” (IDEA por sus siglas en inglés).

Se proporcionará un resumen de los seis principios de la ley IDEA que describen los derechos de los padres.


Wednesday, November 15th, 2017: How to Talk to Your Child About Bullying / Tools to strengthen kids’ confidence and self-defense, presented by INCLUDEnyc

12-1pm

Learn how to support and talk to your child about bullying. Coach your child through any role – aggressor, victim, or bystander – in bullying situations.



Thursday, November 30th, 2017: Know Your Rights in the School Disciplinary Process presented by Long Island Advocacy Center (LIAC)

12-1pm

Basic rights for students when suspended from school.


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