Federation for Children with special needs
How to Help
How to help
Complete the form below to register for the
Visions of Community
Earlybird registration is $80 and ends February 10th. After February 10th registration will be $95.
If you have any questions, simply call the office at (617) 236-7210. We will be happy to help. Or, if you prefer,
click here to download a .pdf version of the form.
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I am attending as a
Special Education Surrogate Parent
1. East Meets West: Primary Care Model for ASD
2. Demystifying Dyslexia: Essential Information about Assessment, Intervention and Support at Home
3. Challenging Behaviors in Children with Developmental Disabilities
4. School Systems and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission: Providing Transition Services to Support Students’ Visions
5. Complex Care: Family Challenges and Insights
6. Sped Law Updates: What Did You Miss Last Year and What You Don’t Want to Miss This Year
7. Expanded Core Curriculum: Leveling the Playing Field for Students who have Visual Impairments and Other Disabilities
8. A Conversation with Keynote Speaker Paula Kluth
9. Fostering Peer Relationships in All Young Children
H-1. Pèspektiv kilti ayisyèn nan sou lasante mantal (Perspective de la culture haïtienne sur la santé mentale)
C-1. 教育評估: 家長需知
E-1. Los Componentes Integrales de Una Evaluación Psico-educativa
A-1. ورشة عمل: المحاضر: د. محمد عثمان )استشاري طب نفسي أطفال ومراهقين(
P-1. Melhorando o Cuidado Familiar: Aprenda Sobre as Terápias Terapêuticas em Casa
V-1. Những điều cần biết sau khi con bạn nhận được chẩn đoán
10. Red Flags for Learning or Communication Disabilities in Young Children
11. Serving on Groups - Participating in Decision-Making
12. Families and Care Providers: Improving Outcomes for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
13. We’ve Got the Diagnosis and the Recommendations, Now What?
14. Physical & Communication Access: Isn’t that the Law?
15. Inclusive Schools Project
16. From Local to National Advocacy: Cultural Humility Revisited
17. Access to College and Jobs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
18. Facilitating Greater Independence for Transition: Using Self-Management to Support Self-Advocacy and Self-Determination
19. Autism Insurance in Massachusetts: How to Obtain ABA Therapy and Find an ABA Therapist
H-2. Kenbe lafwa a, istwa yon manman (Gardant la foi, l’histoire d’une mère)
E-2. Derechos Básicos: Madres, Padres, y el Proceso de Educación Especial
A-2. ورشة عمل: المحاضر: د. رولا شويري
P-2. Aprendendo com Disordem do Processo Sensorial
V-2. Tìm hiểu về Đánh giá Giáo dục
20. Advocacy Lessons from BSEA Decisions
21. Family Wellness: Integrative Therapies to Relieve Caregiver Stress
22. Supporting Individuals and Families During Transition Planning
23. Special Education Law: Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
24. Transforming Small Actions into a Movement
25. Working Together: A Team Approach to Assistive Technology
26. What Happens After School For Us? Young Adults with Different Abilities Talk!
27. Go Team! Interdisciplinary Planning for Young Adults
28. Finding and Establishing an Independent Living Facility for your Child
29. The Pyramid Model: Positive Solutions for Families
30. The Warp and the Weft
H-3. Pwomosyon entèkiltirèl ak fanmi ayisyèn yo ki gen timoun ki gen bezwen espesyal (La promotion interculturelle et les familles haïtiennes ayant des enfants nécessitant des besoins spéciaux
E-3. Como Contar su Historia Para Ser Recordado
P3. O poder do auto-estima: Reconhecendo Sua Força Interior
V-3. Những điều cần biết về ABA – Phân tích Ứng dụng Hành vi
The Seaport World Trade Center is fully accessible. Requests for all accommodations MUST be made/postmarked by February 6th.
A limited number of English workshops will be interpreted if requested by February 10th. If you need interpretation, please indicate your preferred language below. (If Chinese, please indicate Cantonese or Mandarin.)
Spots are limited to 30 and provided for children ages 3-12 ONLY. After you have registered for the conference and indicated that you are interested in childcare, a Federation staff member will contact you to begin the Childcare Enrollment process. Due to a high demand for childcare, some families will be placed on a Waiting List. By February 17th, a Federation staff member will inform families on the Waiting List of the status of their request for Childcare. Families with confirmed Childcare will receive a CHILD CARE REGISTRATION FORM in the mail and receive a Confirmation Code for each child.
No child will be admitted on the day of the conference without a Confirmation Code.
How many children need care?
Free bus transportation will be available on a limited basis. Please indicate below if transportation is needed, and where it is needed from. A conference staff person will contact you to confirm your needs.
(Continental Breakfast & Lunch included)
A limited number of partial scholarships are available for families of children with special needs who are in need of financial assistance to attend the conference. Please enter the unique scholarship code assigned to you by a conference staff person. If you would like more information about applying for a scholarship please call 617-236-7210, ext 198 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org and leave your name, telephone number, and times you can be reached. A conference staff person will respond to your message.
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