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NEWSLETTER FROM PARENT EDUCATION & DIVERSITY AWARENESS FALL 2012

*Free parent worksh ops *Free lending library ! call us! *Autism Fair *Advice and consulta tion about the IEP proces s

Books, videos, workshops, parent leadership institute, resource fairs, information and referral

Parent Program at SSD - RESOURCES!

Inclusive Schools Week 2012 December 3-7

We encourage you to take the lead in coordinating Inclusive Schools Week in your school, school district, or community. SSD would like to recognize schools and teachers for their efforts in including students with disabilities in general education classrooms and extra-curricular activities. Let us know what is going well for your child! For resources, go to http://inclusiveschools.org/ inclusive-schools-week/ or call our resource center at 314-989-8160. What you can do: *Attend "Meaningful Inclusion, Meaningful Lives: Supports for Inclusion in the Neighborhood School" on Dec. 5, 6:30-9 p.m. at SSD Central Office. *Review and print materials from the Inclusive Schools Week website above. *Nominate general and special education staff who use inclusive practices. *Help to plan ability awareness activities in your child's school. *Host a showing of "Including Samuel" or "Who Cares About Kelsey?" - videos that promote inclusive education. *Check out DVDs, books and read about strategies for inclusive education.

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West: Michelle Levi Perez (second left) - 314-989-8438 [email protected]: Parkway and Rockwood districts South: Joann Noll (second right) - 314-989-8108 [email protected]: Affton, Bayless, Hancock Place, Kirkwood Lindbergh, Maplewood-Richmond Heights, Mehlville, Webster and Valley Park Sarah Geer (left), program assistant - [email protected]

North: LaTrisa Morgan (right) - 314-989-8194 [email protected]: Ferguson-Florissant, Hazelwood, Jennings, Normandy and Riverview Gardens Central: contact Joann, LaTrisa or Michelle: Brentwood, Clayton, Ladue, Ritenour, Pattonville, University City, SSD Schools and Transition Programs Rachel Myers (middle), Family & Community Resource Center 314-989-8431 - [email protected]

Changes!!

Staff! With the retirements of Nancy Martin and Judy Presberg, you'll see some new faces in the Parent Education & Diversity Awareness program. However, you will still see the same commitment to families and to inclusive education for children with disabilities that Nancy and Judy promoted for more than 20 years. LaTrisa Morgan, a graduate of SSD's Parent Leadership Institute and a Parent Mentor for SSD, comes to us with a strong background in outreach to underserved communities. Michelle Levi-Perez returns to our parent program after spending the last several years providing and coordinating parent training and information for MPACT. Michelle is a proud graduate of Missouri's Partners in Policymaking program. New IEP System. SSD will be using a new IEP system starting this school year. Although there may be a slight change to the look of your child's IEP, you will not notice any other changes. Services will not be affected by this change. If you have any questions, contact your child's special education teacher or case manager.!!!! Atomic Learning! Parents and students may access SSD's account for Atomic Learning. This site provides video instruction on the use of a wide array of software your son or daughter may be using at school. ! http://www.atomiclearning.com/ ! Username: ssdmo Password: elearn

SSD Strategic Plan

SSD has approved its strategic plan for 2012-2017. *The mission of SSD: In collaboration with partner districts, we provide technical education and a wide variety of individualized educational and support services designed for each student's successful contribution to our community. *Our vision: Partners for every student's success. For more information: http://www.ssdmo.org/assets/about_us/ SSD%20CSIP,%202012-2017.pdf!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fred Saigh Parent Leadership Institute We welcome a new group of parents who are participating in the Parent Leadership Institute this fall. Consider applying for this life-changing experience for the 2013 school year. You will experience: * national speakers who will help you develop a vision for your child's future, provide support to pursue inclusive environments for your child *strategies to make your child's school community a better place for all children. For more information, contact Joann Noll, [email protected], 314-989-8108.

ABOUT PARENT WORKSHOPS...

Parent workshops are provided free to parents in St. Louis County. Unless otherwise noted, all workshops are held on the lower level at SSD Central Administrative Office, 12110 Clayton Road, Town & Country (just east of Ballas Road, next to Neuwoehner School). Childcare is not provided. Register by calling 314-989-7807 or 711 (Deaf/HOH), or register online at www.solutionwhere.com/ssd (call the registration number for assistance with setting up an account). When you are on the SSD professional development site (Solutionware), view the calendar of courses that includes workshops on technology, literacy and more. Please be sure to register for workshops as they are sometimes canceled due to low enrollment or weather conditions -- we need to be able to contact you! If you need more information, or if you have special needs and require an alternative format as addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, call Joann Noll, Administrator, Parent Education, 314-989-8108 or 711 (Deaf/ HOH). Note: Workshops presented by MPACT refers to Missouri's statewide Parent Training and Information Center that serves all disabilities and all ages.

Photos from Fred Saigh Parent Leadership Institute - contact us to apply for this life-changing 3-day workshop series.

SSD Parent Program · 12110 Clayton Road · St. Louis, MO 63131

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The Art of Effective Advocacy Monday, Sept. 10, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT staff SSD Central Office, Room 61 Learn the importance of keeping and organizing records, what information needs to be in your child's file, how to communicate more effectively with your child's school district and the importance of working collaboratively to solve problems. Signs with Families in Mind ­ 6 sessions Mondays, Sept. 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Presenters: Sharon Canaday, Linda Whiggam SSD Central Office, Room 60 Participants will demonstrate sign language vocabulary, sign sentence structure, conceptual accuracy, facial expressions, and body language. Focus is on families. Children 10 and older are welcome if accompanied/ supervised by an adult. Early Childhood Parent Training: Effective Practices for Challenging Behavior ­ 4 sessions Tuesdays, Sept. 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9, 6:30-9 p.m. Presenters: Peggy Cassani, Michele Pitman, Marjie Mader, Melanie Fitzgerald SSD Central Office, Board Room ­ Sept. 18, Room 60-other sessions Four-part workshop provides parents of young children with challenging behavior, autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder the strategies and best practices to develop rules/routines, improve compliance, address sensory issues, selfhelp skills, play/social skills and develop visual support to improve communication. Orientation for Parents to Special Education & the IEP Process Thursday, Sept. 20, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: LaTrisa Morgan SSD Central Office, Room 57

This orientation is designed to provide an overview of special education services and how they are provided through SSD. Learn more about how to develop an effective individualized education program (IEP), educational rights, community resources/support, and tour the Family & Community Resource Center. Understanding the IEP Process Monday, Sept. 24, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT staff SSD Central Office, Room 61 Workshop offers an in-depth look at the evaluation process, qualifying for an IEP, the many components that must be addressed in the IEP document, and how progress will be monitored. Parents will gain a better understanding of their role as an equal participant in the IEP process.

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How to Write Measurable Goals Monday, Oct. 1, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT Staff SSD Central Office, Room 61 Learn how to write individualized and measurable educational goals for your child and track your child's progress with this easy to understand training for parents. Autism-Asperger-PDD Resource Fair Thursday, Oct. 11, 3:30-7 p.m. SSD Central Office, Room 60-61 All In One Room! Come find out what you need to know and network with other parents. Representatives from SSD include early childhood behavior facilitators, effective practice specialists for autism, school-age regional facilitators, ABA program representatives and Family & Community Resource C e n t e r. A l s o a t t e n d i n g , Department of Mental HealthSt. Louis Regional Office Autism Project, MPACT Parent Training & Information, TouchPoint Autism Services programs, Recreation Council, Missouri Developmental Disabilities Resource Center, other agencies, support groups and resources.

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Sexuality Education for Children with Disabilities Tuesday, Oct. 16, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: Joann Noll SSD Central Office, Room 61 Workshop will deal with special sexuality issues for children with disabilities: information on puberty; preventing and dealing with sexual abuse; and presenting and reinforcing information for students with intellectual, developmental, language and learning disabilities. Comprehension Strategies for Elementary Readers Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: Mitzi Brammer, Ph.D. SSD Central Office, Room 61 If your child seems to read words well, but has difficulty with comprehension, this workshop will provide strategies that help children understand new vocabulary, connect new learning to prior knowledge, create images, determine main idea, summarize & more. Disagreement Resolution Process Monday, Oct. 22 , 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT staff SSD Central Office, Room 61 Learn strategies to prevent problems that arise through documentation and letter writing. Also covered are the resolution processes in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, the American's with Disabilities Act, and No Child Left Behind. Helping Children Develop Friendships & Social Skills Monday, October 22, 6:30-9 p.m. Presenters: Joann Noll, Katie Schmid, Michelle Levi-Perez SSD Central Office, Room 60 Workshop will offer strategies for parents to help children develop friendships, school strategies for building friendships through programs such as Circle of Friends and peer support groups and strategies that help children with language and learning differences, including autism, develop social skills.

Don't Miss This Dynamic Speaker!! Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Personal Perspective Tuesday, Oct. 23, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Presenter: Aaron Likens, TouchPoint Autism Services SSD Central Office, Room 61 Aaron Likens is the Community Education Specialist for TouchPoint Autism Services and the author of Finding Kansas: Living and Decoding Asperger's Syndrome. Aaron's passion is raising awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders and helping the world understand how the mind of a person on the spectrum works. Students with Asperger syndrome and autism who are interested in this topic are encouraged to attend with their parents. Helping Children Develop Friendships & Social Skills Wednesday, October 24, 9-11:30 a.m. Presenters: Joann Noll, Katie Schmid, Michelle Levi-Perez SSD Central Office, Room 60 Workshop will offer strategies for parents to help children develop friendships, school strategies for building friendships through programs such as Circle of Friends and peer support groups and strategies that help children with language and learning differences, including autism, develop social skills. Understanding Learning Disabilities Thursday, Oct. 25, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: St. Louis Learning Disabilities Assn. SSD Central Office, Room 61 Parents and teachers are invited to this introductory workshop on specific learning disabilities and how they impact academic performance. Information will be presented on processing deficits associated with learning disabilities and tips for teaching and learning. Let's Get Organized Thursday, Oct. 25, 7-8:30 p.m. Presenter: Julie Hough SSD Central Office, Room 60 Learn simple, effective strategies for home to organize your child's bedroom, keep track of

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appointments, stay on top of IEPs and organize school papers. This professional organizer will offer strategies to help bring peace and order to what can be an overwhelming experience. Orientation for Parents to Special Education & the IEP Process Monday, Oct. 29, 9-11 a.m. Presenter: Michelle Levi-Perez SSD Central Office, Room 61 (See Sept. 20 for description)

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NEW!! Participate in the following workshop from home through WebEx. Be sure to supply your email address when registering to receive a link to the presentations. Planning for the Future: Dealing with My Greatest Fears ­ 3-part workshop Mondays, Nov. 5, 12, 19, 6:30-9 p.m. SSD Central Office, Room 60 Series is designed to provide information to students and their families about the transition process and issues that cause anxiety for parents when planning for the post-school years. · Session 1: Nov. 5 - SSI, Estate Planning & Guardianship Presenters: Attorney and Joann Noll · Session 2: Nov. 12 - What Happens After Graduation Presenters: Representatives of Vocational Rehabilitation, supported employment agencies, sheltered workshops, continuing education · Session 3: Nov. 19 - Supports for Recreation, Community Participation & Community Living Presenters: Representatives of St. Louis Regional Office, Recreation Council, post-school enrichment/day programs A Medical Perspective on Autism Spectrum Disorders Wednesday, Nov. 7, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: Daniel Reising, MD SSD Central Office, Room 60 D r. Re i s i n g, a p e d i a t r i c psychiatrist and consultant to SSD, will present a medical perspective on the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders. Helping Your Child with Homework Thursday, Nov. 8, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: St. Louis Learning Disabilities Association SSD Central Office, Room 61 Session will feature a variety of practical strategies

November

Strategies for Learning Disabilities Thursday, Nov. 1, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: St. Louis Learning Disabilities Association SSD Central Office, Room 61 Ideas for helping your child learn more effectively will be the focus of this workshop. Tips on helping with reading, spelling, math and memory tasks, with a focus on specific perceptual learning disabilities, will be included. Transition Planning & the IEP: Through the Doorway to Adult Life Thursday, Nov. 1, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: Joann Noll SSD Central Office, Room 60 Focus is on the steps parents and students need to consider as they plan for the last years of school and the transition to adult life: personal futures planning; IEPs with transitional goals and action plans; resources for planning for post-secondary education, supported employment and living; working with the adult service system; and funding through Regional Center, Vocational Rehabilitation and Social Security. Positive Behavior Interventions Monday, Nov. 5, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT staff SSD Central Office, Room 61 Participants will be taught to think about problem behavior as a form of communication and will learn the importance of a functional behavioral assessment, how to reinforce positive behavior and how to develop a positive behavior support plan.

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for helping your child with homework, including how to study for tests based on your child's learning style, and how to help your child develop more independence in completing homework. Orientation for Parents to Special Education & the IEP Process Thursday, Nov. 8, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: Michelle Levi-Perez/Joann Noll SSD Central Office, Room 57 (See Sept. 20 for description) Understanding Asperger Syndrome ­ 2-part class Tuesdays, Nov. 13 & 20, 6:30-9 p.m. Presenter: Colleen O'Leary Card SSD Central Office, Room 60 Identify and understand the social, communication, sensory and behavioral characteristics of Asperger syndrome and gain an awareness of effective, practical strategies that will support your child in being more successful at home and school. The second session will focus more on strategies, with time for discussion and questions. Brain Gym ­ 2 sessions Wednesdays, Nov. 14 & 21, 6-8 p.m. Presenter: Kathy French SSD Central Office, Room 60 Brain Gym is a program of physical activities that enhance learning ability. The easy-to-do, patterned movements target brain function to promote optimal learning, communication, stress management and creativity, and can prepare children with the physical skills they need in order to learn to read, write and function effectively in the classroom. Session 1 covers the background of Brain Gym and brain-based learning. Session 2 focuses on the application for using Brain Gym. Workshop is for parents, teachers and therapists. Resources will be provided. Sharing Our Strengths Mentor Training Wednesday, Nov. 14, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Presenter: LaRenda Hutt SSD Central Office, Room 57 This Missouri-wide peer support network matches parents raising children with disabilities or special healthcare needs to other parents. Mentors share experiences, practical information, resources and offer emotional support. Expectations are a willingness to listen and the time to make a few phone calls or send a few e-mails. Special Education Law Monday, Nov. 19, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT staff SSD Central Office, Room 61 Training provides an overview of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Safe Schools Act and No Child Left Behind.

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Understanding ADHD Monday, Dec. 3, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT Staff SSD Central Office, Board Room What is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder? How do you qualify? Who can diagnose it, prescribe medications, and offer counseling? Does a child with ADHD automatically qualify for an IEP? This training will provide strategies for parents to teach their children how to manage symptoms. Specific instructional strategies for the classroom will also be provided. Meaningful Inclusion, Meaningful Lives: Supports for Inclusion in the Neighborhood School Wednesday, Dec. 5, 6:30-9 p.m. Presenters: Pat VanDeRiet, Laura Torode, Rachel Valenti ! SSD Central Office, Room 61 Learn effective practices to include children with many levels of support needs in the general education classroom. Included will be principles of "least restrictive environment," planning strategies, approaches to adapting the curriculum, social supports and success stories.

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Orientation for Parents to Special Education & the IEP Process Tuesday, Dec. 11, 9-11 a.m. Presenter: LaTrisa Morgan SSD Central Office, Room 61 (See Sept. 20 for description) Understanding the IEP Process for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Monday, Dec. 17, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT SSD Central Office, Room 61 Workshop offers an in-depth look at the evaluation process, qualifying for an IEP, the many c o m p o n e n t s t h a t mu s t b e addressed in the IEP document, and how prog ress will be monitored. Parents will gain a better understanding of their role as an equal participant in the IEP process.

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Early Childhood Parent Training: Effective Practices for Challenging Behavior ­ 4-part workshop Tuesdays, Jan. 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12, 6:30-9 p.m. Presenters: Peggy Cassani, Michele Pitman, Marjie Mader, Melanie Fitzgerald SSD Central Office, Room 60 Four-part workshop provides parents of young children with challenging behavior, autism and PDD the strategies and best practices to develop rules/routines, improve compliance, address sensory issues, self-help skills, play/social skills and develop visual support to improve communication. College Preparation for Students with Disabilities Tuesday, Jan. 22, 6:30-9 p.m. Presenters: Fran Kepler, Terri Schnitzer SSD Central Office, Room 61 For parents, students, high school counselors and SSD teachers. Workshop addresses college and other post-secondary options primarily for students with learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder or other mild disabilities. Information will be presented about the planning and research process, services available, ACT/SAT testing accommodations and more. Writing Post-Secondary Transition Goals for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Monday, Jan. 28 , 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT staff SSD Central Office, Room 60 Young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders face unique challenges in transition to adulthood. This training addresses the development of PostSecondary goals that address common concerns among students with ASD - communication, social skills, self-regulation and sensory concerns - as well as transition assessment and measuring progress. Orientation for Parents to Special Education & the IEP Process Thursday, Jan. 31, 7-9 p.m. Presenter: LaTrisa Morgan SSD Central Office, Room 57 (See Sept. 20 for description)

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Signs with Families In Mind ­ 6-session workshop Mondays, Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Presenters: Sharon Canaday, Linda Whiggam SSD Central Office, Room 60 Participants will demonstrate sign language vocabulary, sign sentence structure, conceptual accuracy, facial expressions, and body language. Focus is on families. Children 10 and older are welcome if accompanied/supervised by an adult. Is Your Child a Target of Bullying? Monday, Jan. 14, 6-9 p.m. Presenter: MPACT staff SSD Central Office, Room 61 Workshop will introduce a range of bullying intervention strategies that can be used by the child, parents, and school personnel. It also will provide guidelines for the development of a plan to address the unique needs of the individual child and is applicable across all disability categories and age groups.

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SSD Family & Community Resource Center

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Call 314-989-8460 or email us to have books, videos and DVDs sent home through school mail (via your child's backpack). We need your name, address, phone number, email address, child's name, teacher and school.

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Go to www.ssdmo.org/cool_tools/fcrc.html and click on "view the online library of materials" to search by title, author or subject, or go to http://www.ssdmo.org/cool_tools/ fcrc_books.html browse the lists of materials by topic.

A.D.D. From A to Z

When You Worry Abou t the Child

CLASSROOM

The Bullyfree

Planning for the Future

K ids, D isabilitie s and Rgular e C lassroom s

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The Anxiety Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help You Deal with Anxiety & Worry. Schab (2008) Asperger's on the Job: Must-Have Advice for People with Asperger's or High Functioning Autism and their Employers, Educators, and Advocates. Simone (2010) Demystifying Psychiatry: A Resource for Patients and Families. Zorumski & Rubin (2010) Destination Friendship: Developing Social Skills for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders or Other Social Challenges. Benton, Hollis, Mahler & Womer. (2012) Finding Kansas: Living and Decoding Asperger's Syndrome. Aaron Likens (2012) Friendly Facts - A Fun, Interactive Resource to Help Children Explore the Complexities of Friends and Friendship. Carter & Santomauro (2010) Learning About Friendship: Stories to Support Social Skills Training in Children with Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism. Al-Ghani (2011) Love, Limits, Lessons: A Parent's Guide to Raising Cooperative Kids. Corbett (2008) Making Inclusion Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Evidence-Based Guide. Smith (2012) My Brother is Artistic: A Brother's View of Autism. Webb (2012) My Friend Has Autism. Tourville (2010)

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The Parent's Guide to College for Students on the Autism Spectrum. Thierfeld, Wolf, King & Kukiela Bork (2012) A Politically Incorrect Look at Evidence-based Practices and Teaching Social Skills: A Literature Review and Discussion. Garcia Winner (2008) 60 Social Situations & Discussion Starters to Help Teens on the Autism Spectrum Deal with Friendships, Feelings, Conflict and More: Seeing the Big Picture. Timms (2011) What I Wish I'd Known About Raising a Child with Autism: A Mom and a Psychologist Offer Heartfelt Guidance for the First Five Years. Sheahan & DeOrnellas (2011)

"Don't Miss" Favorites

The Bipolar Child. Papolos & Papolos (2006) From Emotions to Advocacy. Wright & Wright (2008) The Incredible 5-Point Scale. Duron & Curtis (2003) Kids with Down Syndrome: Staying Healthy and Making Friends (DVD 2008) The Out-of-Sync Child. Kranowitz (2005) Overcoming Dyslexia. Shaywitz (2003) Taking Care of Myself: A Healthy Hygiene, Puberty and Personal Curriculum for Young People with Autism. Wrobel (2003) Taking Charge of ADHD. Barkley (1995)

Special School District -- Notice of Non-Discrimination and Accommodation Special School District does not discriminate or tolerate discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, disability, veteran status, age, or activity protected by federal or state law in its programs, activities and employment. Direct inquires and complaints under this policy to Special School District's Compliance Coordinator, 12110 Clayton Road, St. Louis, Missouri 63131; telephone (314) 989-8100 or to the Office of Civil Rights, 8930 Ward Parkway, Suite 2037, Kansas City, MO. 64114-3302; telephone (816) 268-0550. Information about the existence and location of services, activities, and facilities accessible to impaired persons can be obtained from Special School District's Compliance Coordinator at the phone number and address listed above.

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