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Vermont Family Network’s one-hour webinars are presented by subject-matter experts as a convenient way for you to learn more about topics that are important to you and your family. Previously-recorded webinars are saved on our YouTube channel and listed below. To learn how to participate in a live webinar, refer to the Guide for Live Webinar Attendees.
Upcoming Live Webinars:
Families Are Important. Wednesday, September 24, 10am-11am. Click here to register. An early childhood webinar about Children’s Integrated Services -Early Intervention (CIS-EI) for families of children birth to age 3 with developmental delays or disabilities. This webinar will discuss your critical role as well as your rights as parents, what types of services are available through this important program, eligibility requirements and other resources that may be available to support your family. Presenter: Christine Kilpatrick, Family Support Consultant, Vermont Family Network
Resolving Disagreements between Parents and Schools. Wednesday, October 22, 10am-11am. Click here to register. Conflicts and disagreements between parents and schools are fairly common when the needs of students with disabilities are at stake. Issues related to evaluations, eligibility, IEP services, 504 plans, transportation, discipline and other issues often arise and need to be resolved. This webinar seeks to provide parents with common sense tools and approaches for conflict resolution in the educational setting. Presenter: Greg Van Buiten, private attorney admitted in Vermont and New Hampshire with a concentration in disability law.
When you select a webinar from the list below you will be automatically redirected to our YouTube channel where we save all previously-recorded webinars. If you do not have the technology to view webinars, you may request a free DVD copy by calling us at 1-800-800-4005 or email to email@example.com
- Assistive Technology
- Developmental Disabilities
- Early Childhood Development
- Special Education