Why Inclusion Is Worth Fighting For – Part 2

As a mom of three incredible boys, of which the youngest has Down Syndrome, Michelle Tetschner knows a thing or two about being an advocate for what it takes to include everyone in a classroom. In fact, she published the book “Fully Included – Stories to Inspire Inclusion” which is a resource of stories and tools for both parents and teachers to help open their hearts and minds to including all students into the general education classroom. As a result, Michelle has become an advocate for inclusion and loves to help everyone see the true value and benefits in including students of all abilities into the classroom. She sits down with her friend Liz Swift to talk more about why inclusion is worth fighting for and share some stories. Presented by Empowerment Parent Resource Center Northwest Florida

Why Inclusion Is Worth Fighting For – Part 1

As a mom of three incredible boys, of which the youngest has Down Syndrome, Michelle Tetschner knows a thing or two about being an advocate for what it takes to include everyone in a classroom. In fact, she published the book “Fully Included – Stories to Inspire Inclusion” which is a resource of stories and tools for both parents and teachers to help open their hearts and minds to including all students into the general education classroom. As a result, Michelle has become an advocate for inclusion and loves to help everyone see the true value and benefits in including students of all abilities into the classroom. She sits down with her friend Liz Swift to talk more about why inclusion is worth fighting for and share some stories. Presented by Empowerment Parent Resource Center Northwest Florida

Steps for Success: Making IEP Meetings Work

Do you often leave your child’s IEP meeting feeling as if your concerns were not heard or addressed and that nothing has changed? You may be missing one of the steps covered in this training. Learn how you can avoid some of the most common hurdles and how to have more productive IEP meetings and better outcomes for your child. Prepared by Leslie Junkin from Mississippi Parent Training and Information Center and presented by Destry Lebrun

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