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Western Connecticut State University

181 White Street

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Danbury, CT 06810

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The road to advocacy can be a long and daunting journey for parents of children with learning disabilities and/or ADHD. It starts with having your child properly assessed and continues as you work to assure their needs are being met in an individual education plan.

This workshop features special education attorney and author of Do Not Tweet at An IEP Meeting, Anne Treimanis, Esq. who will share strategies on how to succeed in your child’s IEP meetings.

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Maneuvering the IEP Process: How to Put Yourself in the Driver’s Seat

Anne Treimanis, Esq. Special Education Attorney, Author and Advocate

Breakout Sessions

Signposts: Interpreting Your Child’s Assessment

Dr. Mary Murphy, PhD, Department of Psychology, Western CT State University, Clinical psychologist, psychological test expert, executive function coach, and former Yale professor


Passing Lanes: Moving Your Child Towards Self-Advocacy

Kristin Dineen, LCSW, Insight Counseling LLC. Over 20 Years of experience in the public school system helping students and parents advocate for support services to empower students to reach their true potential.


Signaling: Q&A with Our Speaker Panel

Your Questions Answered

Includes continental breakfast and Attorney Treimanis’ book.

Funds raised from this event go to support programs in the local community. Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities® is a CT-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting parents of children with LD and ADHD.

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