Donation
Life in High School and Beyond Virtual Conference

Life in High School and Beyond Virtual Conference

Actions and Detail Panel

Donation

Event Information

Share this event

Date and time

Location

Location

Online event

Event description
Thinking about the future during high school? Start planning by middle school and/or high school and continue to plan in adulthood!

About this event

Registration is closed. If you are interested in attending the conference, please email info@LDANJ.org.

Special thanks for co-hosting this conference!

The Richard West Assistive Technology

Advocacy Center (ATAC)

_______________________________________________________________________

Gold Sponsor

Beacon College

Silver Sponsors

College Living Experience

Landmark College

Manes & Weinberg, LLC

SPAN Parent Advocacy Network

Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler

Wilson Language Training

Winston Transitions

Full brochure

www.LDANJ.org -Events

***NOTE: on-line registration only***

Questions? info@LDANJ.org or text/call 732-645-2738

LDA Members FREE

Non-Members $25

Conference & Membership $50 (Membership alone is $55)

Parents, Students, & Adults with LD Free

Professionals/Educators will get certificates up to 5.25 PDUs _____________________________________________________________

Conference Overview

Level Codes: M=Middle School HS=High School PS=Post-Secondary A=Adult E=Everyone

Audience: F=Family Ed=Educators O=Outside Professionals S=Students A & E codes above

8:45-9:00 Welcome & Instructions

9:00-9:45 Session A

Room 1: Positive Psychology Strategies and Tools to Reconnect to Your Child/Corn (E; E)

Room 2: Special Education 101: Legalities and Practicalities/Meltzer (M-HS; E)

Room 3: NAMI New Jersey: Ending the Silence/ Koenig (E; E)

Room 4: Pandemic to ENDEMIC: Putting Community Back in Community Based Instruction/Shanahan (M-PS; F, Ed, O)

Room 5: The Roadmap to College for Students Who Learn Differently/Estrada (HS-PS; E)

Room 6: Financial Strategies for Families with a Child with Special Needs/Pedersen, Friedson (E; E)

9:45-10:00 Break

10:00-10:45 Session B

Room 1: Transition Ready: The Ultimate ‘Selfies’ to Take to College /Hebert (HS-A;E)

Room 2: Proven Techniques to Increase Learning, Manage Attention and Gain understanding of Executive Functions – Part 1/Elrom (E; E)

Room 3: Transitioning to the College Setting with Appropriate Accommodations/Meltzer (HS-A; E)

Room 4: Letting Go to Foster Independence-How to Support without Enabling/Taylor-Klaus (M-HS; F)

Room 5: How to Apply to Colleges with an IEP/Tellier, Rotter, Wyers (HS-PS; F, S)

Room 6: Building a Best Fit College List for Your Neurodiverse Student/McGaw, Royal (HS-A; E)

10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-11:45 Session C

Room 1: Practical Strategies for Supporting Student Mental Health & Resilience/Moore (M-HS; E)

Room 2: Proven Techniques to Increase Learning, Manage Attention and Gain understanding of Executive Functions – Part 2/Elrom (E; E)

Room 3: The College Search for Students with Learning Differences/Weil (HS; E)

Room 4: Adult Learning Disability Assessments 101/Cianci (HS-A; F, PS, A)

Room 5: Supporting Youth Voice in the IEP: A Path to Success/Monaco (HS; E)

Room 6: Assistive Technologies to Facilitate Reading and Writing Skills/Shepardson (M-PS; E)

11:45-12:00 Break

12:00-12:45 Session D

Room 1: Learning After Graduation: Day Program & Academy for Continuing Education/Morris-Marano (PS-A; E)

Room 2: Preparing Now….for Life After High School-Part 1/Dendy (M-HS; F, E, O)

Room 3: Interagency Collaboration and Pre-Employment Transition Services/Freeman, Atin-Shark, Scott (M-HS; F, Ed)

Room 4: The College Disability Support Office: Everything You Need to Know/Sullivan, Yost (HS-PS; E)

Room 5: Top 10 College Admissions Myths: The LD Edition/Endlich, Swenson (HS; F, S)

Room 6: Executive Function, Metacognition & Technology: Promoting the Success of ALL Students/ Kincaid (E; E)

12:45-1:00 Break

1:00-1:45 Session E

Room 1: Neurodiverse Adulting 101/Winston (HS-A; E)

Room 2: Preparing Now….for Life After High School-Part 2/Dendy (M-HS; F, E, O)

Room 3: Mindful Parenting: Learn to Respond Rather than React/Bandy (M-HS; F)

Room 4: Transition Services: Who Pays for What and How to Enforce It-Part 1/Disability Rights NJ (HS-A; E)

Room 5: Cultivating Independence After High School/Franklin (HS-A; E)

Room 6: Preparing for Life beyond High School: Tech Tools for Independence Pt. 1/Janowski, Marotta (HS-A; E)

1:45- 2:00 Break

2:00-2:45 Session F

Room 1: Owning Your Emotions: Social-Emotional Support for Adults with LD-Part 1/Grigg Mason, McGaw, Samaniego, Teach (PS-A; F, S)

Room 2: Planning Before High School Graduation/Ford (M-A; E)

Room 3: Supporting High Schoolers’ Executive Functions while Preparing for College/Sperrazza, Haller (HS-PS; E)

Room 4: Transition Services: Who Pays for What & How to Enforce It-Part 2/ Disability Rights NJ (HS-A; E)

Room 5: Recovering from the Pandemic for Teens and Children with ADHD-Part 1/Hughes (HS-PS; E)

Room 6: Preparing for Life beyond High School: Tech Tools for Independence Pt. 2/Janowski, Marotta (HS-A; E)

2:45-3:00 Break

3:00-3:45 Session G

Room 1: Owning Your Emotions: Social-Emotional Support for Adults with LD-Part 2/Grigg Mason, McGaw, Samaniego, Teach (PS-A; F, S)

Room 2: Adult Learning Disability Assessments/DeSantis-Moniaci

Room 3: Solving for X: Math Disabilities and Executive Functioning/Murphy (M-HS; F, E, S)

Room 4: Innovative Employment for People with Autism-A Model for Others/Rothman (PS-A; F, E, O)

Room 5: Recovering from the Pandemic for Teens and Children with ADHD-Part 2/Hughes (HS-PS; E)

Room 6: Succeeding with Learning Disabilities & Other Related Disorders: The Student Perspective/STAMPNJ (M-PS; E)

3:45 Complete Feedback Form to get a Certificate of Attendance for up to 5.25 PDUs (Professional Development Units - NJ Provider Id #568) emailed immediately to you

*** Some changes may occur to workshops due to speaker changes or cancellations.

Disclaimer: LDANJ and ATAC do not endorse or recommend any method, treatment, or product, evaluation or remedial center, program, or persons for children and adults with learning disabilities. They do endeavor to inform, believing that you have the right to know what is available to assist those who have a learning disability to reach their full potential.

Share with friends

Date and time

Location

Online event

Save This Event

Event Saved